Sebastian Schindler
Sebastian Schindler
Post-doc, University of Münster
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Shaping memory accuracy by left prefrontal transcranial direct current stimulation
B Zwissler, C Sperber, S Aigeldinger, S Schindler, J Kissler, C Plewnia
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (11), 4022-4026, 2014
992014
Perceived communicative context and emotional content amplify visual word processing in the fusiform gyrus
S Schindler, M Wegrzyn, I Steppacher, J Kissler
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (15), 6010-6019, 2015
622015
Selective visual attention to emotional words: Early parallel frontal and visual activations followed by interactive effects in visual cortex
S Schindler, J Kissler
Human brain mapping 37 (10), 3575-3587, 2016
432016
People matter: perceived sender identity modulates cerebral processing of socio-emotional language feedback
S Schindler, J Kissler
NeuroImage 134, 160-169, 2016
432016
Differential effects of face-realism and emotion on event-related brain potentials and their implications for the uncanny valley theory
S Schindler, E Zell, M Botsch, J Kissler
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-13, 2017
422017
It’s all in your head–how anticipating evaluation affects the processing of emotional trait adjectives
S Schindler, M Wegrzyn, I Steppacher, J Kissler
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1292, 2014
402014
This person is saying bad things about you: the influence of physically and socially threatening context information on the processing of inherently neutral faces
F Klein, B Iffland, S Schindler, P Wabnitz, F Neuner
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 15 (4), 736-748, 2015
382015
‘Forget me (not)?’–remembering forget-items versus un-cued items in directed forgetting
B Zwissler, S Schindler, H Fischer, C Plewnia, JM Kissler
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1741, 2015
192015
The effect of implicitly incentivized faking on explicit and implicit measures of doping attitude: when athletes want to pretend an even more negative attitude to doping
W Wolff, S Schindler, R Brand
PLoS One 10 (4), e0118507, 2015
192015
Higher, faster, worse? An event-related potentials study of affective picture processing in migraine
I Steppacher, S Schindler, J Kissler
Cephalalgia 36 (3), 249-257, 2016
152016
Electrophysiological correlates of the interplay between low-level visual features and emotional content during word reading
S Schindler, A Schettino, G Pourtois
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-13, 2018
142018
Modulation of face-and emotion-selective ERPs by the three most common types of face image manipulations
S Schindler, M Bruchmann, F Bublatzky, T Straube
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 14 (5), 493-503, 2019
132019
An evil face? Verbal evaluative multi-CS conditioning enhances face-evoked mid-latency magnetoencephalographic responses
M Junghöfer, MA Rehbein, J Maitzen, S Schindler, J Kissler
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 12 (4), 695-705, 2017
132017
Cerebral correlates of faking: evidence from a brief implicit association test on doping attitudes
S Schindler, W Wolff, JM Kissler, R Brand
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 9, 139, 2015
132015
Language-based social feedback processing with randomized “senders”: an ERP study
S Schindler, J Kissler
Social neuroscience 13 (2), 202-213, 2018
122018
Sad but true?-How induced emotional states differentially bias self-rated Big Five personality traits
J Querengässer, S Schindler
BMC Psychology 2 (1), 1-8, 2014
122014
Using the yes/no recognition response pattern to detect memory malingering
S Schindler, J Kissler, KP Kühl, R Hellweg, T Bengner
BMC psychology 1 (1), 1-11, 2013
122013
Attention and emotion: An integrative review of emotional face processing as a function of attention
S Schindler, F Bublatzky
Cortex 130, 362-386, 2020
112020
Switching attention from internal to external information processing: A review of the literature and empirical support of the resource sharing account
S Verschooren, S Schindler, R De Raedt, G Pourtois
Psychonomic bulletin & review 26 (2), 468-490, 2019
112019
Emotion in context: how sender predictability and identity affect processing of words as imminent personality feedback
S Schindler, R Vormbrock, J Kissler
Frontiers in psychology 10, 94, 2019
102019
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