Johannes Rodrigues
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The convergent validity of five dispositional greed scales
P Mussel, J Rodrigues, S Krumm, J Hewig
Personality and Individual Differences 131, 249-253, 2018
Mind the movement: Frontal asymmetry stands for behavioral motivation, bilateral frontal activation for behavior
J Rodrigues, M Müller, A Mühlberger, J Hewig
Psychophysiology 55 (1), e12908, 2018
Measuring prosocial tendencies in Germany: Sources of validity and reliablity of the revised prosocial tendency measure
J Rodrigues, N Ulrich, P Mussel, G Carlo, J Hewig
Frontiers in psychology 8, 2119, 2017
A neural signature of fairness in altruism: A game of theta?
J Rodrigues, N Ulrich, J Hewig
Social Neuroscience 10 (2), 192-205, 2015
EPOS: EEG processing open-source scripts
J Rodrigues, M Weiß, J Hewig, JJB Allen
Frontiers in neuroscience 15, 660449, 2021
Do emojis influence social interactions? Neural and behavioral responses to affective emojis in bargaining situations
M Weiß, J Gutzeit, J Rodrigues, P Mussel, J Hewig
Psychophysiology 56 (4), e13321, 2019
It's costly punishment, not altruistic: Low midfrontal theta and state anger predict punishment
J Rodrigues, M Liesner, M Reutter, P Mussel, J Hewig
Psychophysiology 57 (8), e13557, 2020
Age-related differences in emoji evaluation
M Weiß, D Bille, J Rodrigues, J Hewig
Experimental Aging Research 46 (5), 416-432, 2020
Altruistic punishment is connected to trait anger, not trait altruism, if compensation is available
J Rodrigues, N Nagowski, P Mussel, J Hewig
Heliyon 4 (11), 2018
Methods matter: An examination of factors that moderate predictions of the capability model concerning the relationship of frontal asymmetry to trait measures
J Rodrigues, JJB Allen, M Müller, J Hewig
Biological psychology 158, 107993, 2021
Let´ s call it altruism! A psychological perspective and hierarchical framework of altruism and prosocial behavior
J Rodrigues, J Hewig
PsyArXiv, 2021
How depressive symptoms and fear of negative evaluation affect feedback evaluation in social decision-making
M Weiß, J Rodrigues, JM Boschet, A Pittig, P Mussel, J Hewig
Journal of Affective Disorders Reports 1, 100004, 2020
We, them, and it: Dictator game offers depend on hierarchical social status, artificial intelligence, and social dominance
M Weiß, J Rodrigues, M Paelecke, J Hewig
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 541756, 2020
Neural correlates of successful costly punishment in the Ultimatum game on a trial-by-trial basis
P Mussel, M Weiß, J Rodrigues, H Heekeren, J Hewig
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 17 (6), 590-597, 2022
Self-reported mask-related worrying reduces relative avoidance bias toward unmasked faces in individuals with low Covid19 anxiety syndrome
A Krishna, J Rodrigues, V Mitschke, AB Eder
Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications 6 (1), 1-9, 2021
Cardiac defensive reactions and orienting responses correspond to virtual withdrawal behavior choices in a virtual T-maze
J Rodrigues, M Mueller, J Hewig
International Journal of Psychophysiology 158, 73-85, 2020
Big five personality factors in relation to coping with contact restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic: A small sample study
M Weiß, J Rodrigues, J Hewig
Social Sciences 11 (10), 466, 2022
On second thought… the influence of a second stage in the ultimatum game on decision behavior, electro‐cortical correlates and their trait interrelation
J Rodrigues, M Weiß, P Mussel, J Hewig
Psychophysiology 59 (7), e14023, 2022
You get what you deserve! Reactance, greed and altruism in the dictator game with offer suggestions by the receiver
J Rodrigues, L Caporale, I Euen, S Schäfer, B Schneider, J Hewig
Personality and Individual Differences 185, 111271, 2022
Standardizing continuous data classifications in a virtual T-maze using two-layer feedforward networks
J Rodrigues, P Ziebell, M Müller, J Hewig
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 12879, 2022
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