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Julia Klawohn
Julia Klawohn
MSB Medical School Berlin
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei medicalschool-berlin.de
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Overactive performance monitoring in obsessive-compulsive disorder: ERP evidence from correct and erroneous reactions
T Endrass, J Klawohn, F Schuster, N Kathmann
Neuropsychologia 46 (7), 1877-1887, 2008
2682008
The utility of event-related potentials in clinical psychology
G Hajcak, J Klawohn, A Meyer
Annual Review of Clinical Psychology 15, 71-95, 2019
1172019
Error-related brain activity as a transdiagnostic endophenotype for obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety and substance use disorder
A Riesel, J Klawohn, R Grützmann, C Kaufmann, S Heinzel, K Bey, ...
Psychological medicine 49 (7), 1207-1217, 2019
832019
Response‐related negativities following correct and incorrect responses: Evidence from a temporospatial principal component analysis
T Endrass, J Klawohn, R Gruetzmann, M Ischebeck, N Kathmann
Psychophysiology 49 (6), 733-743, 2012
822012
Reduced neural response to reward and pleasant pictures independently relate to depression
J Klawohn, K Burani, A Bruchnak, N Santopetro, G Hajcak
Psychological Medicine, 1-9, 2020
802020
Response accuracy rating modulates ERN and Pe amplitudes
R Grützmann, T Endrass, J Klawohn, N Kathmann
Biological psychology 96, 1-7, 2014
572014
Temporospatial dissociation of Pe subcomponents for perceived and unperceived errors
T Endrass, J Klawohn, J Preuss, N Kathmann
Frontiers in human neuroscience 6, 178, 2012
572012
Methodological choices in event-related potential (ERP) research and their impact on internal consistency reliability and individual differences: An examination of the error …
J Klawohn, A Meyer, A Weinberg, G Hajcak
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 129 (1), 29, 2020
512020
Performance monitoring in obsessive–compulsive disorder: A temporo-spatial principal component analysis
J Klawohn, A Riesel, R Grützmann, N Kathmann, T Endrass
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 14, 983-995, 2014
482014
Reduced P300 in depression: Evidence from a flanker task and impact on ERN, CRN, and Pe
J Klawohn, NJ Santopetro, A Meyer, G Hajcak
Psychophysiology, 2020
442020
Comparing the effects of different methodological decisions on the error-related negativity and its association with behaviour and gender
A Sandre, I Banica, A Riesel, J Flake, J Klawohn, A Weinberg
International Journal of Psychophysiology 156, 18-39, 2020
422020
Harm avoidance and childhood adversities in patients with obsessive–compulsive disorder and their unaffected first‐degree relatives
K Bey, L Lennertz, A Riesel, J Klawohn, C Kaufmann, S Heinzel, ...
Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 135 (4), 328-338, 2017
412017
Modulation of hyperactive error signals in obsessive–compulsive disorder by dual-task demands.
J Klawohn, T Endrass, J Preuss, A Riesel, N Kathmann
Journal of abnormal psychology 125 (2), 292, 2016
392016
Neural correlates of working memory deficits and associations to response inhibition in obsessive compulsive disorder
S Heinzel, C Kaufmann, R Grützmann, R Hummel, J Klawohn, A Riesel, ...
NeuroImage: Clinical 17, 426-434, 2018
382018
Neural response to rewards, stress and sleep interact to prospectively predict depressive symptoms in adolescent girls
K Burani, J Klawohn, AR Levinson, DN Klein, BD Nelson, G Hajcak
Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology 50 (1), 131-140, 2021
362021
Complementary modulation of N 2 and CRN by conflict frequency
R Grützmann, A Riesel, J Klawohn, N Kathmann, T Endrass
Psychophysiology 51 (8), 761-772, 2014
352014
Flexibility of error-monitoring in obsessive–compulsive disorder under speed and accuracy instructions.
A Riesel, N Kathmann, J Klawohn
Journal of abnormal psychology 128 (7), 671, 2019
312019
Conflict monitoring and adaptation as reflected by N2 amplitude in obsessive–compulsive disorder
A Riesel, J Klawohn, N Kathmann, T Endrass
Psychological medicine 47 (8), 1379-1388, 2017
302017
Longitudinal increases in reward-related neural activity in early adolescence: Evidence from event-related potentials (ERPs)
K Burani, EM Mulligan, J Klawohn, KR Luking, BD Nelson, G Hajcak
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 36, 100620, 2019
262019
Aberrant attentional bias to sad faces in depression and the role of stressful life events: Evidence from an eye-tracking paradigm
J Klawohn, A Bruchnak, K Burani, A Meyer, A Lazarov, Y Bar-Haim, ...
Behaviour Research and Therapy 135, 103762, 2020
242020
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