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Ausgewählte Zeitschriftenartikel (seit 2006)

Bantin, T., Stevens, S., Gerlach, A.L., & Hermann, C. (2016): What does the facial dot-probe task tell us about attentional processes in social anxiety? A systematic review. In: Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry 50, S. 40–51.

Abraham A., Thybusch K., Pieritz. K & Hermann C. (2014) Gender Differences in Creative Thinking: Behavioral and fMRI Findings. Brain Imaging & Behavior, 8 (1), 39-51.

Stevens S., Peters A., Abraham A. & Hermann C. (2014). Enhanced avoidance behavior in social anxiety: Evidence from a probabilistic learning task. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 45 (1), 39-45.

Abraham A., Kaufmann C., Redlich R., Hermann A., Stark R., Stevens S. & Hermann C. (2013). Self-referential and anxiety-relevant information processing in subclinical social anxiety: An fMRI study. Brain Imaging and Behavior, 7 (1), 35-48.

Kroeger S., Rutter B., Hill H., Windmann S., Hermann C. & Abraham A. (2013). An ERP study of passive creative conceptual expansion using a modified alternate uses task. Brain Research, 1527, 189-98.

Abraham A., Pieritz K., Thybusch K., Rutter B., Kroeger S., Schweckendiek J., Stark R., Windmann S. & Hermann C. (2012). Creativity and the brain: Uncovering the neural signature of conceptual expansion. Neuropsychologia, 50 (8), 1906-17.

Kroeger S., Rutter B., Stark R., Windmann S., Hermann C. & Abraham A. (2012). Using a shoe as a plant pot: Neural correlates of passive conceptual expansion. Brain Research, 1430, 52-61.

Rutter B., Kroeger S., Hill H. Windmann S. Hermann C. & Abraham A. (2012). Can clouds dance? Part 2: An ERP investigation of passive conceptual expansion. Brain and Cognition, 80 (3), 301-310.

Rutter, B., Kroeger, S., Stark, R., Schweckendiek, J., Windmann, S., Hermann, C., & Abraham, A. (2012): Can clouds dance? Neural correlates of passive conceptual expansion using a metaphor processing task. Implications for creative cognition. In: Brain and cognition 78 (2), S. 114–122.

Hermann, C., Hohmeister, J., Zohsel, K., Tuttas, M.-L., & Flor, H. (2008). Psychosocial impact of chronic pain in children and adolescents: Development and initial validation of a child and parent version of the Pain Experience Questionnaire. Pain.

Hermann, C., Zohsel, K., Hohmeister, J., & Flor, H. (2008). Cortical correlates of an attentional bias to painful and innocuous somatic stimuli in children with recurrent abdominal pain. Pain, 136, 397-406.

Hermann, C., Zohsel, K., Hohmeister, J., & Flor, H. (2008). Dimensions of pain-related parent behavior: Development and validation of a new child and parent measure. Pain, 137, 689-699.

Hohmeister, J., Demirakca, S., Zohsel, K., Flor, H., & Hermann, C. (2008). Responses to pain in school-aged children with experience in a neonatal intensive care unit: Cognitive aspects and maternal influences. European Journal of Pain.

Zohsel, K., Hohmeister, K., Flor, H., & Hermann, C. (2008). Somatic pain sensitivity in children with recurrent abdominal pain. American Journal of Gastroenterology, 103, 1517-23.

Rüsch, N. H. B., Lieb, K., Göttler, I., Hermann, C., Schramm, E., Richter, H., Jacob, G. A., Corrigan, P. W., Bohus, M. (2007). Shame and implicit self-concept in women with borderline personality disorder. American Journal of Psychiatry, 164, 500-508.

Hermann, C., Hohmeister, J., Demirakca, S., Zohsel, K., & Flor, H. (2006). Long-term alterations of sensory perception and pain sensitivity in school-aged children with early pain experiences. Pain, 125, 278-285.

Rüsch, N. H. B., Hölzer, A., Hermann, C., Schramm, E., Jacob, G. A., Bohus, M., Lieb, K., Corrigan, P.W. (2006). Self-stigma in women with borderline personality disorder and women with social phobia. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 194, 766-773.


Kappesser, J. & Hermann, C. (2014). Wenn Schmerzen im Gedächtnis bleiben. Heilberufe, 66, 14-17.

Corbett, A., Achterberg, W., Husebo, B., Lobbezoo, F., de Vet, H., Kunz, M., Strand, L., Constantinou, M., Tudose, C., Kappesser, J., de Waal, M. & Lautenbacher, S. (2014).  An international road map to improve pain assessment in people with impaired cognition: the development of the Pain Assessment in Impaired Cognition (PAIC) meta-tool. BMC Neurology, 14, 229-243.

Kappesser, J. & Williams, A. C. de C. (2013). Clinical judgments heuristics: methods and models. European Journal of Pain, 17, 1423-1424.

Kappesser, J. & Hermann, C. (2013). Entstehung und Aufrechterhaltung von chronischen Schmerzen. Psychotherapeut, 58, 503-517.

Baum, C., Kappesser, J., Schneider, R. & Lautenbacher, S. (2013). Does vigilance to pain make individuals experts in facial recognition of pain? Pain Research & Management, 18, 191-196.

De Ruddere, L., Goubert, L., Vervoort, T., Kappesser, J. & Crombez, G. (2013). Impact of being primed with social deception upon observer responses to others' pain. Pain, 154, 221-226.

Husebo, B. S., Kunz, M., Achterberg, W. P., Lobbezzo, F., Kappesser, J., Tudose, C., Strand, L. I. & Lautenbacher, S. (2012). Pain assessment and treatment challenges in patients with dementia. Zeitschrift für Neuropsychologie, 23, 237-244.

Kappesser, J. & Williams, A. C. de C. (2010). Pain estimation: asking the right questions. Pain, 148, 184-187.

Kappesser, J. & Williams, A. C. de C. (2008). Pain judgments of patients' relatives: examining the use of social contract theory as framework. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 31, 309-317.

Kappesser, J. & Williams, A. C. de C. (2006). Testing two accounts of pain underestimation. Pain, 124, 109-116.

Kappesser, J. & Williams, A. C. de C. (2002). Pain and negative emotions in the face: judgments by health care professionals. Pain, 99, 197-206.


Koddebusch, C. & Hermann, C. (2019): Multi-informant Assessment of Therapeutic Competence: Development and Initial Validation of a Set of Measurements. In International Journal of Psychology and Psychological Therapy 19 (1), pp. 15–28.

Koddebusch, C. & Hermann, C. (2018): A Proposed Conceptualization of Therapeutic Competence: The Three Level Model. In Research in Psychotherapy: Psychopathology, Process and Outcome (21), pp. 12–23.


Winkler, A., Jeromin, F., Doering, B. K., & Barke, A. (2020). Problematic smartphone use has detrimental effects on mental health and somatic symptoms in a heterogeneous sample of German adults. Computers in Human Behavior, 113, 106500.

Haas, J. W., Rief, W., Glombiewski, J. A., Winkler, A., & Doering, B. K. (2020). Expectation-induced  placebo effect on acute sadness in women with major depression: An experimental investigation. Journal of Affective Disorders, 274, 920-928.

Winkler, A. & Hermann, C. (2019). Placebo- and Nocebo- Effects in Cognitive Neuroenhancement: When Expectation Shapes Perception. Front. Psychiatry 10:498. doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2019.00498.

Rheker, J., Rief, W., Doering, B. K., & Winkler, A. (2018). Assessment of adverse events in clinical drug trials: Identifying amitriptyline’s placebo- and baseline-controlled side effects. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology. (1936-2293(Electronic),1064-1297(Print)), 320–326.

Rheker, J., Winkler, A., Doering, B. K., & Rief, W. (2016). Learning to experience side effects after antidepressant intake – Results from a randomized, controlled, double-blind study. Psychopharmacology. doi: 10.1007/s00213-016-4466-8.

Wilhelm, M., Winkler, A., Rief, W., & Doering, B. K. (2016). Effect of placebo groups on blood pressure in hypertension: a meta-analysis of beta-blocker trials. Journal of the American Society of Hypertension, 10(12), 917-929. doi:

Winkler, A., Rheker, J., Doering, B. K., & Rief, W. (2016). Conditioning of amitriptyline-induced REM sleep suppression in healthy participants: A randomized controlled trial. Psychophysiology, 53(10), 1560-1566. doi: 10.1111/psyp.12695.

Auer, C. J., Glombiewski, J. A., Doering, B. K., Winkler, A., Laferton, J. A., Broadbent, E., & Rief, W. (2015). Patients' Expectations Predict Surgery Outcomes: A Meta-Analysis. Int J Behav Med. doi: 10.1007/s12529-015-9500-4.

Winkler A., Rief W. (2015). Effect of placebo conditions on polysomnographic parameters in primary insomnia: a meta-analysis. SLEEP, 38(6):925–931.

Winkler, A., Auer, C., Doering, B., & Rief, W. (2014). Drug Treatment of Primary Insomnia: A Meta-Analysis of Polysomnographic Randomized Controlled Trials. CNS Drugs, 28(9), 799-816. doi: 10.1007/s40263-014-0198-7.

Winkler, A., Dörsing, B., Rief, W., Shen, Y., & Glombiewski, J. A. (2013). Treatment of internet addiction: A meta-analysis. Clinical Psychology Review, 33, 317-29.

Cash, H., Rae, C.D., Steel, A.H., Winkler, A. (2012). Internet addiction: a brief summary of research and practice. Current Psychiatry Reviews, 8(4), 292-298.