Johannes Schiebener
Johannes Schiebener
General Psychology: Cognition, University of Duisburg-Essen
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Decision Making Under Objective Risk Conditions–a Review of Cognitive and Emotional Correlates, Strategies, Feedback Processing, and External Influences
J Schiebener, M Brand
Neuropsychology Review, 1-28, 2015
Executive functions, categorization of probabilities, and learning from feedback: what does really matter for decision making under explicit risk conditions?
J Schiebener, L Zamarian, M Delazer, M Brand
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 33 (9), 1025-1039, 2011
Providing sustainability information in shopping situations contributes to sustainable decision making: An empirical study with choice-based conjoint analyses
G Stöckigt, J Schiebener, M Brand
Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 43, 188-199, 2018
Getting stuck with pornography? Overuse or neglect of cybersex cues in a multitasking situation is related to symptoms of cybersex addiction
J Schiebener, C Laier, M Brand
Journal of behavioral addictions 4 (1), 14-21, 2015
Among three different executive functions, general executive control ability is a key predictor of decision making under objective risk
J Schiebener, E Wegmann, B Gathmann, C Laier, M Pawlikowski, ...
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1386, 2014
Interactions of age and cognitive functions in predicting decision making under risky conditions over the life span
M Brand, J Schiebener
Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology 35 (1), 9-23, 2013
Know the risk, take the win: How executive functions and probability processing influence advantageous decision making under risk conditions
M Brand, J Schiebener, MT Pertl, M Delazer
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 36 (9), 914-929, 2014
Decision making under ambiguity and objective risk in higher age–a review on cognitive and emotional contributions
M Liebherr, J Schiebener, H Averbeck, M Brand
Frontiers in psychology 8, 2128, 2017
Developmental changes in decision making under risk: The role of executive functions and reasoning abilities in 8-to 19-year-old decision makers
J Schiebener, M García-Arias, D García-Villamisar, J Cabanyes-Truffino, ...
Child Neuropsychology 21 (6), 759-778, 2015
Anchor effects in decision making can be reduced by the interaction between goal monitoring and the level of the decision maker’s executive functions
J Schiebener, E Wegmann, M Pawlikowski, M Brand
Cognitive processing 13, 321-332, 2012
Age-related variance in decisions under ambiguity is explained by changes in reasoning, executive functions, and decision-making under risk
J Schiebener, M Brand
Cognition and emotion 31 (4), 816-824, 2017
Studienerfolgsprognose bei Erstsemesterstudierenden in Chemie
K Freyer, M Epple, M Brand, J Schiebener, E Sumfleth
Zeitschrift für Didaktik der Naturwissenschaften 1 (20), 129-142, 2014
Supporting decisions under risk: explicit advice differentially affects people according to their working memory performance and executive functioning
J Schiebener, E Wegmann, M Pawlikowski, M Brand
Neuroscience of decision making 1, 2013
Short-and long-term consequences in decision-making under risk: immediate feedback about long-term prospects benefits people tending to impulsive processing
SM Mueller, J Schiebener, G Stöckigt, M Brand
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 29 (2), 217-239, 2017
Decision-making and related processes in internet gaming disorder and other types of internet-use disorders
J Schiebener, M Brand
Current Addiction Reports 4, 262-271, 2017
Country and sex differences in decision making under uncertainty and risk
V Singh, J Schiebener, SM Müller, M Liebherr, M Brand, MT Buelow
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 486, 2020
Dual-tasking and aging—About multiple perspectives and possible implementations in interventions for the elderly
M Liebherr, P Schubert, J Schiebener, S Kersten, CT Haas
Cogent Psychology 3 (1), 1261440, 2016
Self-reported strategies in decisions under risk: role of feedback, reasoning abilities, executive functions, short-term-memory, and working memory
J Schiebener, M Brand
Cognitive processing 16, 401-416, 2015
Decision-making impairments in patients with Wilson's disease
H Ma, X Lv, Y Han, F Zhang, R Ye, F Yu, Y Han, J Schiebener, K Wang
Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology 35 (5), 472-479, 2013
Decision support in patients with mild Alzheimer’s disease
SM Mueller, MG Arias, G Mejuto Vázquez, J Schiebener, M Brand, ...
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 41 (5), 484-496, 2019
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