Benny Briesemeister
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Approach the good, withdraw from the bad—a review on frontal alpha asymmetry measures in applied psychological research
BB Briesemeister, S Tamm, A Heine, AM Jacobs
Psychology 4 (03), 261, 2013
Discrete emotion norms for nouns: Berlin affective word list (DENN–BAWL)
BB Briesemeister, L Kuchinke, AM Jacobs
Behavior research methods 43, 441-448, 2011
Discrete emotion effects on lexical decision response times
BB Briesemeister, L Kuchinke, AM Jacobs
PloS one 6 (8), e23743, 2011
10 years of BAWLing into affective and aesthetic processes in reading: what are the echoes?
AM Jacobs, MLH Võ, BB Briesemeister, M Conrad, MJ Hofmann, ...
Frontiers in psychology 6, 127321, 2015
Emotion word recognition: Discrete information effects first, continuous later?
BB Briesemeister, L Kuchinke, AM Jacobs
Brain research 1564, 62-71, 2014
Avoid violence, rioting, and outrage; approach celebration, delight, and strength: Using large text corpora to compute valence, arousal, and the basic emotions
C Westbury, J Keith, BB Briesemeister, MJ Hofmann, AM Jacobs
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 68 (8), 1599-1622, 2015
Emotional valence: A bipolar continuum or two independent dimensions?
BB Briesemeister, L Kuchinke, AM Jacobs
Sage Open 2 (4), 2158244012466558, 2012
Emotions in reading: Dissociation of happiness and positivity
BB Briesemeister, L Kuchinke, AM Jacobs, M Braun
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 15, 287-298, 2015
The pseudohomophone effect: evidence for an orthography–phonology-conflict
BB Briesemeister, MJ Hofmann, S Tamm, L Kuchinke, M Braun, ...
Neuroscience letters 455 (2), 124-128, 2009
Now you see it, now you don't: on emotion, context, and the algorithmic prediction of human imageability judgments
CF Westbury, C Shaoul, G Hollis, L Smithson, BB Briesemeister, ...
Frontiers in psychology 4, 68986, 2013
Lateralized effects of prefrontal repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation on emotional working memory
A Weigand, S Grimm, A Astalosch, JS Guo, BB Briesemeister, SH Lisanby, ...
Experimental Brain Research 227, 43-52, 2013
Do words stink? Neural reuse as a principle for understanding emotions in reading
JC Ziegler, M Montant, BB Briesemeister, TT Brink, B Wicker, A Ponz, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 30 (7), 1023-1032, 2018
Mixing positive and negative valence: Affective-semantic integration of bivalent words
M Kuhlmann, MJ Hofmann, BB Briesemeister, AM Jacobs
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 30718, 2016
A familiar font drives early emotional effects in word recognition
L Kuchinke, B Krause, N Fritsch, BB Briesemeister
Brain and language 137, 142-147, 2014
State-dependent effects of prefrontal repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation on emotional working memory
A Weigand, A Richtermeier, M Feeser, JS Guo, BB Briesemeister, ...
Brain stimulation 6 (6), 905-912, 2013
Assessing how visual search entropy and engagement predict performance in a multiple-objects tracking air traffic control task
S Lanini-Maggi, IT Ruginski, TF Shipley, C Hurter, AT Duchowski, ...
Computers in Human Behavior Reports 4, 100127, 2021
Die neuro-perspektive: Neurowissenschaftliche antworten auf die wichtigsten marketingfragen
BB Briesemeister
Haufe-Lexware, 2016
Neuromarketing in der Praxis
B Briesemeister, WK Selmer
Den Emotionen auf der, 2020
Beyond neuromarketing: How neuroscience is penetrating new areas of business
N Galandi, BB Briesemeister, T Kant, D Hagen
Neuromarketing in Business: Identifying Implicit Purchase Drivers and …, 2022
The BAWL databases in research on emotional word processing
BB Briesemeister, MJ Hofmann, L Kuchinke, AM Jacobs
Lexical Resources in Psycholinguistic Research, 61, 0
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