Raoul Dieterich
Raoul Dieterich
Research Associate, Technical University Dresden
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Error-related brain activity in the age of RDoC: A review of the literature
A Weinberg, R Dieterich, A Riesel
International Journal of Psychophysiology 98 (2), 276-299, 2015
Addiction and the dark triad of personality
E Jauk, R Dieterich
Frontiers in psychiatry 10, 662, 2019
Uncertainty is associated with increased selective attention and sustained stimulus processing
R Dieterich, T Endrass, N Kathmann
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 16, 447-456, 2016
Neural correlates of inhibitory control in relation to the degree of substance use and substance-related problems–a systematic review and perspective
MK Hildebrandt, R Dieterich, T Endrass
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 128, 1-11, 2021
The error-related negativity predicts self-control failures in daily life
R Overmeyer, J Berghäuser, R Dieterich, M Wolff, T Goschke, T Endrass
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 14, 614979, 2021
Uncertainty increases neural indices of attention in obsessive‐compulsive disorder
R Dieterich, T Endrass, N Kathmann
Depression and anxiety 34 (11), 1018-1028, 2017
Neural correlates of response inhibition and performance monitoring in binge watching
C Kilian, KL Bröckel, R Overmeyer, R Dieterich, T Endrass
International Journal of Psychophysiology 158, 1-8, 2020
Electrocortical correlates of impaired motor inhibition and outcome processing are related in high binge‐watching
R Dieterich, V Wüllhorst, J Berghäuser, R Overmeyer, T Endrass
Psychophysiology 58 (6), e13814, 2021
Disentangling substance use and related problems: urgency predicts substance-related problems beyond the degree of use
MK Hildebrandt, R Dieterich, T Endrass
BMC psychiatry 21 (1), 1-10, 2021
The role of childhood trauma and stress reactivity for increased alcohol craving after induced psychological trauma: an experimental analogue study
S Trautmann, A Kräplin, R Dieterich, J Richter, M Muehlhan
Psychopharmacology 235, 2883-2895, 2018
Unpredictability impairs goal-directed target processing and performance
R Dieterich, T Endrass, N Kathmann, A Weinberg
Biological Psychology 142, 29-36, 2019
Toward a valid electrocortical correlate of regulation of craving using single-trial regression
R Dieterich, S Nickel, T Endrass
International Journal of Psychophysiology 155, 152-161, 2020
Dissociating the link of neural correlates of inhibition to the degree of substance use and substance-related problems: A preregistered, multimodal, combined cross-sectional …
MK Hildebrandt, K Schwarz, R Dieterich, T Endrass
Biological Psychiatry, 2023
Das Peer-‐Review-‐Verfahren in der Lehrver-‐anstaltung: Entwicklung selbstwirksamer Schreibkompetenz bei Studierenden
J Beucke, B Kiehne, R Dieterich
Die Hochschullehre 2, 1-31, 2016
Comprehensive Analysis of Event-Related Potentials of Response Inhibition: The Role of Urgency and Compulsivity
V Wuellhorst, R Dieterich, R Overmeyer, T Endrass
Authorea Preprints, 2023
Immediate and lasting effects of different regulation of craving strategies on cue‐induced craving and the late positive potential in smokers
S Nickel, T Endrass, R Dieterich
Addiction Biology 28 (8), e13315, 2023
Using event-related potentials to differentiate facets of impulsivity
V Wuellhorst, R Overmeyer, R Dieterich, T Endrass
International Journal of Psychophysiology 188, 122, 2023
Risk-taking is associated with decreased delta value signal and increased theta prediction error signal in the hot Columbia Card Task
R Dieterich, T Endrass
International Journal of Psychophysiology 188, 123, 2023
Inhibitory control in substance use disorders: Disentangling substance use and substance-related problems
MK Hildebrandt, R Dieterich, J Veredjo-Román, T Endrass
International Journal of Psychophysiology 188, 13, 2023
Neural Correlates of Cue Reactivity and the Regulation of Craving in Substance Use Disorders
R Dieterich, T Endrass
Zeitschrift für Klinische Psychologie und Psychotherapie, 2022
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