Larissa Wolkenstein
Larissa Wolkenstein
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I can see what you feel, but I can't deal with it: Impaired theory of mind in depression
L Wolkenstein, M Schönenberg, E Schirm, M Hautzinger
Journal of affective disorders 132 (1-2), 104-111, 2011
Amelioration of cognitive control in depression by transcranial direct current stimulation
L Wolkenstein, C Plewnia
Biological psychiatry 73 (7), 646-651, 2013
Targeting the biased brain: non-invasive brain stimulation to ameliorate cognitive control
C Plewnia, PA Schroeder, L Wolkenstein
The Lancet Psychiatry 2 (4), 351-356, 2015
Facial emotion recognition, theory of mind and the role of facial mimicry in depression
JC Zwick, L Wolkenstein
Journal of affective disorders 210, 90-99, 2017
Cognitive emotion regulation in euthymic bipolar disorder
L Wolkenstein, JC Zwick, M Hautzinger, J Joormann
Journal of affective disorders 160, 92-97, 2014
Is impaired set-shifting a feature of “pure” anorexia nervosa? Investigating the role of depression in set-shifting ability in anorexia nervosa and unipolar depression
KE Giel, A Wittorf, L Wolkenstein, S Klingberg, E Drimmer, ...
Psychiatry Research 200 (2-3), 538-543, 2012
Keep calm and carry on: improved frustration tolerance and processing speed by transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS)
C Plewnia, PA Schroeder, R Kunze, F Faehling, L Wolkenstein
PLoS One 10 (4), e0122578, 2015
Attitudes of young people towards depression and mania
L Wolkenstein, TD Meyer
Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice 81 (1), 15-31, 2008
Induction of a depression-like negativity bias by cathodal transcranial direct current stimulation
L Wolkenstein, M Zeiller, P Kanske, C Plewnia
Cortex 59, 103-112, 2014
Misdiagnosing bipolar disorder—do clinicians show heuristic biases?
L Wolkenstein, K Bruchmüller, P Schmid, TD Meyer
Journal of affective disorders 130 (3), 405-412, 2011
The Hypomania Checklist-32 and the Mood Disorder Questionnaire as screening tools—going beyond samples of purely mood-disordered patients
TD Meyer, B Bernhard, C Born, K Fuhr, S Gerber, L Schaerer, ...
Journal of Affective Disorders 128 (3), 291-298, 2011
What factors influence attitudes towards people with current depression and current mania?
L Wolkenstein, TD Meyer
International Journal of Social Psychiatry 55 (2), 124-140, 2009
Specificity of jumping to conclusions and attributional biases: a comparison between patients with schizophrenia, depression, and anorexia nervosa
A Wittorf, KE Giel, M Hautzinger, A Rapp, M Schönenberg, L Wolkenstein, ...
Cognitive neuropsychiatry 17 (3), 262-286, 2012
Validation of the German version of the subjective vitality scale-a cross-sectional study and a randomized controlled trial
F Goldbeck, M Hautzinger, L Wolkenstein
Journal of Well-Being Assessment 3, 17-37, 2019
Theory of mind in remitted bipolar disorder: Younger patients struggle in tasks of higher ecological validity
J Feyerabend, S Lüttke, F Grosse-Wentrup, S Wolter, M Hautzinger, ...
Journal of Affective Disorders 231, 32-40, 2018
Emotional distraction and bodily reaction: modulation of autonomous responses by anodal tDCS to the prefrontal cortex
PA Schroeder, AC Ehlis, L Wolkenstein, AJ Fallgatter, C Plewnia
Frontiers in cellular neuroscience 9, 482, 2015
Impaired cognitive control over emotional material in euthymic bipolar disorder
L Wolkenstein, P Kanske, J Bailer, M Wessa, M Hautzinger, J Joormann
Journal of affective disorders 214, 108-114, 2017
Current alcohol use and risk for hypomania in male students: generally more or more binging?
TD Meyer, L Wolkenstein
Comprehensive psychiatry 51 (2), 171-176, 2010
Does transcranial direct current stimulation affect post-stressor intrusive memories and rumination? An experimental analogue study
M Voss, T Ehring, L Wolkenstein
Cognitive Therapy and Research 43, 535-549, 2019
Ratgeber Chronische Depression: Informationen für Betroffene und Angehörige
L Wolkenstein, M Hautzinger
Hogrefe Verlag GmbH & Company KG, 2014
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