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Psychologisches Institut


Arboleda Cuéllar, L. M. (2014): Die Borderlinestörung gesprächs- und erzählanalytisch betrachtet – Eine linguistisch- empirische Studie (Gemeinschaftsdissertation).
Referent/in: Boothe, B.; Walter, M.

Bösch, M. (2014): Physiological responses to acute and chronic stress in young healthy men.
Referent/in: Ehlert, U.; Gaab, J.

Brönnimann, R. (2014): Examining Investigative Interviews with Traumatized Witnesses in the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia.
Referent/in: Ehlert, U.; Kaufmann, C.

Bühler, J. (2014): Symptom structures and individual patient profiles: novel insights into depression by the use of Nonmetric Multidimensional Scaling.
Referent/in: Läge, D.; Strobl, C.

Campbell-Lopatová, J. (2014): Psychobiological Findings on Social Comparison in Couple Relationships and the Impact of Sex Steroids on Social Behavior of Romantic Partners.
Referent/in: Ehlert, U.; Grosse Holtforth, M.

Cheetham, J. M. (2014): The Uncanny Valley Hypothesis: behavioural, eye-movement, and functional MRI findings.
Referent/in: Jäncke, L.; Meyer, M.

Dörig, N. I. (2014): The Role of Emotional Processing in Psychotherapy for Depression: An Integrative Neurophysiological-Psychological Approach.
Referent/in: Grosse Holtforth, M.; Quednow, B; Rasch, B.

Drobnjak, S. (2014): Psychobiological Correlates of Eating Behavior in Middle- Aged Women.
Referent/in: Ehlert, U.; Langhans, W.

Eicher, St. (2014): Quality of life in healthy old age: How it can be defined, measured and stabilized from a within-person perspective.
Referent/in: Martin, M.; Ehlert, U.

Franke, K. (2014): BrainAge: A novel machine learning approach for identifying abnormal age-related brain changes.
Referent/in: Jäncke, L.; Gaser, Ch.

Frey, C. I. (2014): „Who’s the Criminal?“ Early Detection of Hidden Criminal Intentions - Influence of Nonverbal Behavioral Cues, Theoretical Knowledge, and Professional Experience.
Referent/in: Oberauer, K.; Carbon, C.-Ch.

Frisch, C. (2014): Ethical Leadership Reconsidered.
Referent/in: Jonas, K.; Huppenbauer, M.

Giesinger, L. (2014): Self-Access in Goal Selection.
Referent/in: Brandstätter-Morawietz, V.; Baumann, N.

Grob, S. (2014): Effects of Catecholamine Depletion in Unmedicated, Remitted Subjects with Bulimia Nervosa and Healthy Subjects.
Referent/in: Heinrichs, M.; Milos, G.

Hagenmuller, F. (2014): Empathie und Autismus: Untersuchungen zur Resonanzfähigkeit.
Referent/in: Rössler, W.; Lay, B.

Hauser, T. (2014): Reward Prediction Errors in the Brain: Methodological, Developmental and Psychiatric Aspects of (Mal-)Adaptive Learning and Decision Making.
Referent/in: Jäncke, L.; Brandeis, D.; Walitza, S.

Herrmann, M. (2014): Action Crisis – A Critical Phase in Goal Striving.
Referent/in: Brandstätter-Morawietz, V.; Wrosch, C.

Kramer, D. N. (2014): Secondary Prevention of Psychological Maladjustment in Pre-school and School-age Children after an Unintentional Injury.
Referent/in: Landolt, M.; Bodenmann, G.

Krause, K. (2014): It’s the Means that Beat Procrastination: A Dynamic Model – Centering on the Role of Process versus Outcome Focus.
Referent/in: Freund, A. M.; Schwarzer, R.

Landis, M. (2014): „It’s a Game of Give and Take“: Dyadic Analyses of Long-Term Couples’ Mutual Social Support.
Referent/in: Martin, M.; Bodenmann, G.

Lätsch, D. C. (2014): Subjektive Schuld und kommunikatives Schuldmanagement: Studien zur diskursiven Praxis des Verantwortens.
Referent/in: Boothe, B.; Hausendorf, H.

Merkulova, N. (2014): Assessment Centers from the Applicant’s Perspective: Investigating Potential Antecedents and Outcomes of Applicant Reactions.
Referent/in: Kleinmann, M.; König, C.

Merz, C. A. (2014): The Mutual Enrichment of Work and Love – An Examination of Positive and Negative Spillover Processes Between Work and Close Relationships Among Dual-Earner Couples. Effects on Couple Functioning and Work Outcomes.
Referent/in: Bodenmann, G.; Kleinmann, M.

Metzler, S. (2014): Schizophrenia: Neuronal Correlates of Self-Disturbance and Neurocognitive Impairments as Potiential Predictors for Psychosis Risk.
Referent/in: Jäncke, L.; Rössler, W.

Müller, E. (2014): The Role of Young Children’s Mental Representations and Their Proximal and Distal Environments in the Broader Context of Resilience.
Referent/in: Perren, S.; Fingerle, M.

Ochsner, S. (2014): The Role of Self-Regulatory and Social Factors in Health Behaviour Change.
Referent/in: Scholz, U.; Freund, A. M.; Hornung, R.

Odermatt, I. (2014): Understanding Workplace Meetings: Different Perspectives on How Meetings can be Improved.
Referent/in: Kleinmann, M.; Jonas, K.

Opialla, S. (2014): Neurobiological Correlates of Mindfulness-related Interventions in Healthy Persons and Patients with Acute and Remitted Depression.
Referent/in: Jäncke, L.; Quednow, B.

Palm, S. (2014): Effects of Stress on the Psychobiology of Women’s Reproduction.
Referent/in: Ehlert, U.; Alder, J.

Polo, A. (2014): Die Bedeutung des Vaters in der weiblichen Adoleszenz – Psychoanalyse als narrative Untersuchungsmethode in der Entwicklungspsychologie.
Referent/in: Boothe, B.; Lucius-Hoene, G.

Rauch, J. (2014): Intuitive Physik im Labor und auf dem Fussballfeld: Zur Entstehung und Überwindung von Misskonzepten über Bewegungsbahnen.
Referent/in: Wilkening, F.; Martin, M.

Ruckstuhl, L. A. (2014): Angehörige von drogenabhängigen Menschen – Suchterkrankungen aus einer anderen Perspektive.
Referent/in: Haug, H.-J.; Stohler, R.

Ruffieux, M. (2014): Different Forms of Couple Communication and Their Significance for Relationship Functioning.
Referent/in: Bodenmann, G.; Martin, M.; Landolt, M.

Schaffhuser, K. (2014): Personality and Its Inside and Outside: A Dyadic, Developmental Perspective.
Referent/in: Martin, M.; Grob, A.

Scherpiet, S. (2014): Neural Correlates of Emotion Dysregulation in Borderline Personality Disorder and Their Implications for Psychotherapeutic Treatment.
Referent/in: Jäncke, L.; Quednow, B.

Schlumpf, Y. (2014): Neuroscientific Investigation of Dissociative Identity Disorder.
Referent/in: Jäncke, L.; Rasch, B.

Schoch, S. (2014): Why Don’t You Like Me? The Role of Social Approach and Avoidance Motives and Attributions in the Experience of Social Acceptance and Rejection.
Referent/in: Freund, A. M.; Brandstätter-Morawietz, V.

Simmen-Janevska, K. (2014): Motivation in Psychotraumatology: The Relationship between Childhood Trauma and Self-Efficacy, Self-Control and Conscientiousness in Old Age.
Referent/in: Maercker, A.; Brandstätter-Morawietz, V.; Watzke, B.

Steiger, A. E. (2014): Adolescent Development of the Self: Long-term Risks and Life Outcomes.
Referent/in: Martin, M.; Lauterbach, W.

Sticca, F. (2014): Bullying Goes Online: Definition, Risk Factors, Consequences, and Prevention of (Cyber)Bullying.
Referent/in: Perren, S.; Titzmann, P.

Stöckli, Ph. (2014): Verlauf der kognitiven Residualsymptomatik bei Depressiven.
Referent/in: Maercker, A.; Böker, H.

Tinsner-Fuchs, K. (2014): Insights Into a Bachelor’s Degree Program: University Students’ Academic Achievements and Their Relationship to Student Characteristics and Perceptions of the Teaching-Learning Environment.
Referent/in: Jonas, K.; Daniel, H.-D.

Tumwebaze, K. (2014): Increasing the Cleaning Behaviour of Shared Toilet Users in Kampala’s Urban Slums, Uganda.
Referent/in: Mosler, H.-J.; Jonas, K.

Von Allmen, D. Y. (2014): Neurocognitive Factors Underpinning Individual and Developmental Differences in Visual Short-Term Memory Capacity.
Referent/in: Klaver, P.; Martin, E.; Maercker, A.

Walter, G. (2014): Erneuerbare-Energie-Kraftwerksprojekte: Dimensionen von Akzeptanz und Opposition.
Referent/in: Gutscher, H.; Wiedemann, P.

Wronski, C. (2014): Detecting Agents – Attentional Modulation by Agency Cues in Infancy.
Referent/in: Daum, M.; Elsner, B.

Zemp, M. (2014): 'Mom and Dad Are Arguing Again' – Parental Conflict and its Implications for Children.
Referent/in: Bodenmann, G.; Heinrichs, N.

Ziegler, Gabriel (2014): Lifespan Brain Structural Trajectories and Individual Differences of Growth and Decline.
Referent/in: Jäncke, L.; Gaser, Ch.

Zschokke, Vania Sara (2014): Die Borderlinestörung gesprächs- und erzählanalytisch betrachtet – Eine linguistisch- empirische Studie (Gemeinschaftsdissertation).
Referent/in: Boothe, B.; Walter, M.

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