Anita Tusche
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Neural responses to unattended products predict later consumer choices
A Tusche, S Bode, JD Haynes
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (23), 8024-8031, 2010
2682010
Decoding the charitable brain: empathy, perspective taking, and attention shifts differentially predict altruistic giving
A Tusche, A Böckler, P Kanske, FM Trautwein, T Singer
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (17), 4719-4732, 2016
1712016
Understanding others: Brain mechanisms of theory of mind and empathy
T Singer, A Tusche
Neuroeconomics, 513-532, 2014
1302014
Cross-modal representations of first-hand and vicarious pain, disgust and fairness in insular and cingulate cortex
C Corradi-Dell’Acqua, A Tusche, P Vuilleumier, T Singer
Nature Communications 7, 10904, 2016
1272016
Classifying the wandering mind: revealing the affective content of thoughts during task-free rest periods
A Tusche, J Smallwood, BC Bernhardt, T Singer
Neuroimage 97, 107-116, 2014
932014
The Structure of Human Prosociality Differentiating Altruistically Motivated, Norm Motivated, Strategically Motivated, and Self-Reported Prosocial Behavior
A Böckler, A Tusche, T Singer
Social Psychological and Personality Science 7 (6), 530-541, 2016
922016
Exploring the use of thermal infrared imaging in human stress research
V Engert, A Merla, JA Grant, D Cardone, A Tusche, T Singer
PloS one 9 (3), e90782, 2014
912014
Medial prefrontal and anterior cingulate cortical thickness predicts shared individual differences in self-generated thought and temporal discounting
BC Bernhardt, J Smallwood, A Tusche, FJM Ruby, HG Engen, N Steinbeis, ...
Neuroimage 90, 290-297, 2014
712014
The neural representation of voluntary task-set selection in dynamic environments
D Wisniewski, C Reverberi, A Tusche, JD Haynes
Cerebral Cortex 25 (12), 4715-26, 2014
422014
Automatic processing of political preferences in the human brain
A Tusche, T Kahnt, D Wisniewski, JD Haynes
Neuroimage 72, 174-182, 2013
402013
Neuroanatomy of the vmPFC and dlPFC predicts individual differences in cognitive regulation during dietary self-control across regulation strategies
L Schmidt, A Tusche, N Manoharan, C Hutcherson, T Hare, H Plassmann
Journal of Neuroscience 38 (25), 5799-5806, 2018
382018
Cognitive regulation alters social and dietary choice by changing attribute representations in domain-general and domain-specific brain circuits
A Tusche, CA Hutcherson
Elife 7, e31185, 2018
352018
Distinct mental trainings differentially affect altruistically motivated, norm motivated, and self-reported prosocial behaviour
A Böckler, A Tusche, P Schmidt, T Singer
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-14, 2018
252018
From Faces to Prosocial Behavior: Cues, Tools, and Mechanisms
R Adolphs, A Tusche
Current Directions in Psychological Science 26 (3), 282–287, 2017
222017
The structure of human prosociality revisited: Corrigendum and addendum to Böckler, Tusche, and Singer (2016)
A Böckler, A Tusche, T Singer
Social Psychological and Personality Science 9 (6), 754-759, 2018
92018
Multivariate decoding of fMRI data
J Heinzle, S Anders, S Bode, C Bogler, Y Chen, RM Cichy, K Hackmack, ...
e-Neuroforum 18 (1), 1-16, 2012
72012
Evidence accumulation, not" self-control," explains why the dlPFC activates during normative choice
CA Hutcherson, A Rangel, A Tusche
32020
Top Or Flop: Quantifying the Value of Fmri Data in the Prediction of Success of New Products
M Varga, A Tusche, P Albuquerque, N Gier, B Weber, H Plassmann
ACR North American Advances, 2020
2020
Neural Mechanisms of Cognitive Regulation in Social and Non-Social Choice
C Hutcherson, A Tusche, A Rangel
Psychophysiology 53 (S1), S16, 2016
2016
Changing for the better? Effects of meditation based trainings on different sub-components of prosociality
A Böckler, A Tusche, T Singer
Joint Action Meeting (JAM), 2015
2015
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