Julian Wiemer
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Initial and sustained brain responses to contextual conditioned anxiety in humans
M Andreatta, E Glotzbach-Schoon, A Mühlberger, SM Schulz, J Wiemer, ...
Cortex 63, 352-363, 2015
ENIGMA‐anxiety working group: Rationale for and organization of large‐scale neuroimaging studies of anxiety disorders
JM Bas‐Hoogendam, NA Groenewold, M Aghajani, GF Freitag, ...
Human Brain Mapping 43 (1), 83-112, 2022
Supertaster, super reactive: oral sensitivity for bitter taste modulates emotional approach and avoidance behavior in the affective startle paradigm
C Herbert, P Platte, J Wiemer, M Macht, TD Blumenthal
Physiology & Behavior 135, 198-207, 2014
The effects of an unexpected spider stimulus on skin conductance responses and eye movements: an inattentional blindness study
J Wiemer, ABM Gerdes, P Pauli
Psychological research 77, 155-166, 2013
Anxious anticipation and pain: the influence of instructed vs conditioned threat on pain
P Reicherts, J Wiemer, ABM Gerdes, SM Schulz, P Pauli, MJ Wieser
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 12 (4), 544-554, 2017
Fear-relevant illusory correlations in different fears and anxiety disorders: A review of the literature
J Wiemer, P Pauli
Journal of anxiety disorders 42, 113-128, 2016
Illusory correlations between neutral and aversive stimuli can be induced by outcome aversiveness
J Wiemer, A Mühlberger, P Pauli
Cognition & emotion 28 (2), 193-207, 2014
Enhanced functional connectivity between sensorimotor and visual cortex predicts covariation bias in spider phobia
J Wiemer, P Pauli
Biological psychology 121, 128-137, 2016
Brain activity associated with illusory correlations in animal phobia
J Wiemer, SM Schulz, P Reicherts, E Glotzbach-Schoon, M Andreatta, ...
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 10 (7), 969-977, 2015
Shocking action: Facilitative effects of punishing electric shocks on action control.
AB Eder, D Dignath, TM Erle, J Wiemer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 146 (8), 1204, 2017
Reappraising fear: is up-regulation more efficient than down-regulation?
J Wiemer, MM Rauner, Y Stegmann, P Pauli
Motivation and Emotion 45, 221-234, 2021
Subsequent memory effects on event-related potentials in associative fear learning
J Wiemer, F Leimeister, P Pauli
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 16 (5), 525-536, 2021
How fear-relevant illusory correlations might develop and persist in anxiety disorders: A model of contributing factors
J Wiemer, P Pauli
Journal of Anxiety Disorders 44, 55-62, 2016
Sexual stimuli cause behavioral disinhibition in both men and women, but even more so in men
J Wiemer, S Kurstak, F Sellmann, K Lindner
Archives of sexual behavior 52 (4), 1445-1460, 2023
Cortical and Subcortical Brain Alterations in Specific Phobia and Its Animal and Blood-Injection-Injury Subtypes: A Mega-Analysis From the ENIGMA Anxiety Working Group
K Hilbert, OJ Boeken, T Langhammer, NA Groenewold, ...
American Journal of Psychiatry, appi. ajp. 20230032, 2024
To remember or not to remember: Neural oscillations and ERPs as predictors of intentional associative fear learning
F Leimeister, A Pesquita, O Jensen, P Pauli, J Wiemer
International Journal of Psychophysiology 193, 112235, 2023
Covariation bias in depression-a predictor of treatment response?
S Stonawski, J Wiemer, C Wurst, J Reitz, L Hommers, A Menke, ...
Journal of neural transmission 126, 1653-1665, 2019
The ventromedial prefrontal cortex in response to threat omission is associated with subsequent explicit safety memory
J Wiemer, F Leimeister, M Gamer, P Pauli
Scientific Reports 14 (1), 7378, 2024
Neural oscillations in subsequent memory of associative fear learning
F Leimeister, A Pesquita, O Jensen, P Pauli, J Wiemer
JOURNAL OF NEURAL TRANSMISSION 128 (11), 1776-1777, 2021
Subsequent memory effects in threat and safety learning
F Leimeister, J Wiemer, P Pauli
JOURNAL OF NEURAL TRANSMISSION 126 (11), 1552-1553, 2019
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