Cornelia Herbert
Cornelia Herbert
Prof. Dr., Applied Emotion and Motivation Psychology, Ulm University, Germany
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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
Emotion and attention in visual word processing—An ERP study
J Kissler, C Herbert, I Winkler, M Junghofer
Biological psychology 80 (1), 75-83, 2009
Buzzwords: early cortical responses to emotional words during reading
J Kissler, C Herbert, P Peyk, M Junghofer
Psychological science 18 (6), 475-480, 2007
Event related potentials to emotional adjectives during reading
C Herbert, M Junghofer, J Kissler
Psychophysiology 45 (3), 487-498, 2008
Emotional and semantic networks in visual word processing: insights from ERP studies
J Kissler, R Assadollahi, C Herbert
Progress in brain research 156, 147-183, 2006
Processing of emotional adjectives: Evidence from startle EMG and ERPs
C Herbert, J Kissler, M Junghöfer, P Peyk, B Rockstroh
Psychophysiology 43 (2), 197-206, 2006
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
Cerebral pathways in processing of affective prosody: a dynamic causal modeling study
T Ethofer, S Anders, M Erb, C Herbert, S Wiethoff, J Kissler, W Grodd, ...
Neuroimage 30 (2), 580-587, 2006
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
The role of trait emotional intelligence in emotion regulation and performance under pressure
S Laborde, F Lautenbach, MS Allen, C Herbert, S Achtzehn
Personality and Individual differences 57, 43-47, 2014
Regular physical activity, short-term exercise, mental health, and well-being among university students: the results of an online and a laboratory study
C Herbert, F Meixner, C Wiebking, V Gilg
Frontiers in psychology 11, 509, 2020
Cerebral processing of emotional prosody—influence of acoustic parameters and arousal
S Wiethoff, D Wildgruber, B Kreifelts, H Becker, C Herbert, W Grodd, ...
Neuroimage 39 (2), 885-893, 2008
Amygdala activation during reading of emotional adjectives—an advantage for pleasant content
C Herbert, T Ethofer, S Anders, M Junghofer, D Wildgruber, W Grodd, ...
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 4 (1), 35-49, 2009
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
Emotion, Etmnooi, or Emitoon?–Faster lexical access to emotional than to neutral words during reading
J Kissler, C Herbert
Biological Psychology 92 (3), 464-479, 2013
Effects of prosodic emotional intensity on activation of associative auditory cortex
T Ethofer, S Anders, S Wiethoff, M Erb, C Herbert, R Saur, W Grodd, ...
Neuroreport 17 (3), 249-253, 2006
Brain painting: usability testing according to the user-centered design in end users with severe motor paralysis
C Zickler, S Halder, SC Kleih, C Herbert, A Kübler
Artificial intelligence in medicine 59 (2), 99-110, 2013
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
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
Emotional facial expressions evoke faster orienting responses, but weaker emotional responses at neural and behavioural levels compared to scenes: A simultaneous EEG and facial …
A Mavratzakis, C Herbert, P Walla
Neuroimage 124, 931-946, 2016
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