Beate Herbert
Beate Herbert
Prof. Dr., University of Tuebingen, Dept. of Psychology; University of Appl. Sci Fresenius Munich
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On the relationship between interoceptive awareness and alexithymia: is interoceptive awareness related to emotional awareness?
BM Herbert, C Herbert, O Pollatos
Journal of personality 79 (5), 1149-1175, 2011
3152011
On the embodiment of emotion regulation: interoceptive awareness facilitates reappraisal
J Füstös, K Gramann, BM Herbert, O Pollatos
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 8 (8), 911-917, 2013
2912013
The body in the mind: on the relationship between interoception and embodiment
BM Herbert, O Pollatos
Topics in cognitive science 4 (4), 692-704, 2012
2222012
Interoception across modalities: on the relationship between cardiac awareness and the sensitivity for gastric functions
BM Herbert, ER Muth, O Pollatos, C Herbert
PloS one 7 (5), e36646, 2012
2142012
Heart rate response after emotional picture presentation is modulated by interoceptive awareness
O Pollatos, BM Herbert, E Matthias, R Schandry
International Journal of Psychophysiology 63 (1), 117-124, 2007
1942007
Interoceptive sensitivity and emotion processing: an EEG study
BM Herbert, O Pollatos, R Schandry
International Journal of Psychophysiology 65 (3), 214-227, 2007
1892007
Interoception and mental health: a roadmap
SS Khalsa, R Adolphs, OG Cameron, HD Critchley, PW Davenport, ...
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging 3 (6), 501-513, 2018
1842018
Interoception and Mental Health: A Roadmap.
SS Khalsa, R Adolphs, OG Cameron, HD Critchley, PW Davenport, ...
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging 3 (6), 501-513, 2018
1842018
Differential changes in self-reported aspects of interoceptive awareness through 3 months of contemplative training
B Bornemann, BM Herbert, WE Mehling, T Singer
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1504, 2015
1622015
Intuitive eating is associated with interoceptive sensitivity. Effects on body mass index
BM Herbert, J Blechert, M Hautzinger, E Matthias, C Herbert
Appetite 70, 22-30, 2013
1602013
Attenuated interoceptive sensitivity in overweight and obese individuals
BM Herbert, O Pollatos
Eating behaviors 15 (3), 445-448, 2014
1442014
Interoceptive sensitivity and physical effort: Implications for the self‐control of physical load in everyday life
BM Herbert, P Ulbrich, R Schandry
Psychophysiology 44 (2), 194-202, 2007
1432007
Cardiac awareness and autonomic cardiac reactivity during emotional picture viewing and mental stress
BM Herbert, O Pollatos, H Flor, P Enck, R Schandry
Psychophysiology 47 (2), 342-354, 2010
1152010
Impaired central processing of emotional faces in anorexia nervosa
O Pollatos, BM Herbert, R Schandry, K Gramann
Psychosomatic Medicine 70 (6), 701-708, 2008
1152008
Self-reference modulates the processing of emotional stimuli in the absence of explicit self-referential appraisal instructions
C Herbert, P Pauli, BM Herbert
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 6 (5), 653-661, 2011
1092011
Interoceptive awareness, anxiety and cardiovascular reactivity to isometric exercise
O Pollatos, BM Herbert, C Kaufmann, DP Auer, R Schandry
International journal of psychophysiology 65 (2), 167-173, 2007
1092007
Effects of short-term food deprivation on interoceptive awareness, feelings and autonomic cardiac activity
BM Herbert, C Herbert, O Pollatos, K Weimer, P Enck, H Sauer, S Zipfel
Biological psychology 89 (1), 71-79, 2012
902012
His or mine? The time course of self–other discrimination in emotion processing
C Herbert, BM Herbert, T Ethofer, P Pauli
Social neuroscience 6 (3), 277-288, 2011
742011
Emotional self-reference: brain structures involved in the processing of words describing one's own emotions
C Herbert, BM Herbert, P Pauli
Neuropsychologia 49 (10), 2947-2956, 2011
672011
Differential effects of alexithymia subscales on autonomic reactivity and anxiety during social stress
O Pollatos, NS Werner, S Duschek, R Schandry, E Matthias, ...
Journal of psychosomatic research 70 (6), 525-533, 2011
672011
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