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Literaturliste von Prof. Dr. rer. nat. habil. Anja Leue

letzte Aktualisierung: 19.10.2023

Leue, A. (2023). Reliability of the P3 component in a 3-stimulus concealed information test with known and unknown stimuli. Brain and Cognition, 170, No. 106004.

Leue, A., Reuter, M., Corr, P. J. & Ettinger, U. (2022). Construct validity of questionnaires for the original and revised reinforcement sensitivity theory. Frontiers in Psychology, 13, No. 1026894.

Petersen, L. A. & Leue, A. (2022). Face memory and face matching. Internal consistency and test-retest reliability for the CFMT+ and the GFMT-S. Journal of Individual Differences, 43, 1-8.

Hein, F.-E. & Leue, A. (2021). Concealing untrustworthiness: The role of conflict monitoring in a social deception task. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, No. 718334.

Hein, F.-E., Scheuble, V., Beauducel, A. & Leue, A. (2021). Psychometric properties of a German online version of the Gudjonsson Suggestibility Scale 1. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, No. 718805.

Johannsen, S., Meise, J. & Leue, A. (2021). Written records quality of a mock witness statement: Effects of verbal memory ability, note taking style and note taking option. Journal of Forensic Psychology Research and Practice, 21(5), 468-482.

Kleene, V., Lang-Keller, N., Steffen, M., Dreismann, V. & Leue, A. (2021). Reliability of the N2-component in a modified 3-stimulus Concealed Information Test: On the importance of excellent measurement accuracy. Biological Psychology, 159, No. 108026.

Leue, A. & Beauducel, A. (2021). A facet theory approach for the psychometric measurement of conflict monitoring. Personality and Individual Differences, 171, No. 110479.

Leue, A. & Petersen, L. A. (2021). Konstruktvalide Prüfungsitems tragen zur Testfairness bei. Kommentar zum Positionspapier zu Lindner, M. A. et al. (2021). Ein Plädoyer zur Qualitätssicherung schriftlicher Prüfungen im Psychologiestudium. Psychologische Rundschau, 72(2), 122-123.

Petersen, L. A. & Leue, A. (2021). Extraordinary face recognition performance in laboratory and online testing. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 35(3), 579-589.

Leue, A., Nieden, K., Scheuble, V. & Beauducel, A. (2020). Individual differences of conflict monitoring and feedback processing during reinforcement learning in a mock forensic context. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, 20(2), 408-426.

Leue, A. & Beauducel, A. (2019). A meta-analysis of the P3 amplitude in tasks requiring deception in legal and social contexts. Brain and Cognition, 135, No. 103564.

Meise, J. & Leue, A. (2019). Quality of written record following mock eyewitness testimony: Note taking should be a minimum standard! Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, 16(2), 124-137.

Scheuble, V., Nieden, K., Leue, A. & Beauducel, A. (2019). The N2 component in a go-nogo learning task: Motivation, behavioral activation, and reasoning. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 137, 1-11.

Beauducel, A. K. & Leue, A. K. (2018). Zur Einheit von Lehre, Forschung und Denomination. Psychologische Rundschau, 69(4), 347-348.

Leue, A., Cano Rodilla, C. & Beauducel, A. (2017). Worry-inducing stimuli in an aversive go/nogo task enhance reactive control in individuals with lower trait-anxiety. Biological Psychology, 125, 1-11.

Seib-Pfeifer, L.-E., Pugnaghi, G., Beauducel, A. & Leue, A. (2017). On the replication of factor structures of the Positive and Negative Affect Schedule (PANAS). Personality and Individual Differences, 107, 201-207.

Rodilla, C. C., Beauducel, A. & Leue, A. (2016). Error-related negativity and the misattribution of state-anxiety following errors: On the reproducibility of Inzlicht and Al-Khindi (2012). Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10, No. 475.

Leue, A. (2015). Psychophysiologische Konfliktkonzepte. Ein Mehrebenen-Ansatz mit differentiell-psychologischen und diagnostischen Implikationen. Aachen: Shaker.

Leue, A. & Beauducel, A. (2015). Effects of injustice sensitivity and sex on the P3 amplitude during deception. Biological Psychology, 109, 29-36.

Leue, A., Rodilla, C. C. & Beauducel, A. (2015). The context matters: Outcome probability and expectation mismatch modulate the feedback negativity when self-evaluation of response correctness is possible. BioMed Research International (Online Journal), 2015, ID726798.

Beauducel, A. & Leue, A. (2014). Psychlogische Diagnostik. Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Beauducel, A. & Leue, A. (2014). Testing the assumption of uncorrelated errors for short scales by means of structural equation modeling. Journal of Individual Differences, 35(4), 201-211.

Leue, A., Beauducel, A. & Weber, B. (2014). How do working-memory-related demand, reasoning ability and aversive reinforcement modulate conflict monitoring? Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8, No. 210.

Wildfang, S. & Leue, A. (2014). Kognitive Leistungsfähigkeit bei Langzeitarbeitslosen und Erwerbstätigen: Implikationen für eine berufliche Reintegration. Wirtschaftspsychologie, 16(2), 72-80.

Beauducel, A. & Leue, A. (2013). Unit-weighted scales imply models that should be tested! Practical Assessment, Research & Evaluation, 18(1), 2.

Leue, A., Klein, C., Lange, S. & Beauducel, A. (2013). Inter-individual and intra-individual variability of the N2 component: On reliability and signal-to-noise ratio. Brain & Cognition, 83, 61-71.

Lange, S., Leue, A. & Beauducel, A. (2012). Behavioral approach and reward processing: Results on feedback-related negativity and P3 component. Biological Psychology, 89(2), 416-425.

Leue, A., Lange, S. & Beauducel, A. (2012). "Have you ever seen this face?" - individual differences and event-related potentials during deception. Frontiers in Psychology, 3, 570.

Leue, A., Lange, S. & Beauducel, A. (2012). Modulation of the conflict monitoring intensity: The role of aversive reinforcement, cognitive demand, and trait-BIS. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, 12(2), 287-307.

Leue, A., Lange, S. & Beauducel, A. (2012). Reinforcement sensitivity and conflict processing. A study of principal components in the N2 time domain. Journal of Individual Differences, 33(3), 160-168.

Leue, A. & Beauducel, A. (2011). The PANAS structure revisited: On the validity of a bifactor model in community and forensic samples. Psychological Assessment, 23(1), 215-225.

Leue, A. & Lange, S. (2011). Reliability generalization: An examination of the positive affect and negative affect schedule. Assessment, 18(4), 487-501.

Wacker, J., Chavanon, M.-L., Leue, A. & Stemmler, G. (2010). Trait BIS Predicts Alpha Asymmetry and P300 in a Go/No-Go Task. European Journal of Personality, 24(2), 85-105.

Leue, A., Chavanon, M.-L., Wacker, J. & Stemmler, G. (2009). On the differentiation of N2 components in an appetitive choice task: Evidence for the revised Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory. Psychophysiology, 46(6), 1244-1257.

Kemper, C. J., Leue, A., Wacker, J., Chavanon, M.-L., Hennighausen, E. & Stemmler, G. (2008). Agentic extraversion as a predictor of effort-related cardiovascular response. Biological Psychology, 78(2), 191-199.

Leue, A. & Beauducel, A. (2008). A meta-analysis of reinforcement sensitivity theory: On performance parameters in reinforcement tasks. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 12, 353-369.

Leue, A., Brocke, B. & Hoyer, J. (2008). Reinforcement sensitivity of sex offenders and non-offenders: An experimental and psychometric study of reinforcement sensitivity theory. British Journal of Psychology, 99(3), 361-378.

Wacker, J., Chavanon, M.-L., Leue, A. & Stemmler, G. (2008). Is running away right? The behavioral activation-behavioral inhibition model of anterior asymmetry. Emotion, 8(2), 232-249.

Chavanon, M.-L., Wacker, J., Leue, A. & Stemmler, G. (2007). Evidence for a dopaminergic link between working memory and agentic extraversion: An analysis of load-related changes in EEG alpha 1 activity. Biological Psychology, 74, 46-59.

Beauducel, A., Brocke, B. & Leue, A. (2006). Energetical bases of extraversion: Effort, arousal, EEG, and performance. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 62(2), 212-223.

Dressing, H., Salize, H. J., Ferrari, H. & Leue, A. (2005). Forensic psychiatric assessment. In H. J. Salize & H. Dressing (Eds.), Placement and treatment of mentally disordered offenders: Legislation and practice in the European Union (pp. 72-81). Lengerich: Pabst.

Leue, A. (2005). Zur Verstärkungssensitivität bei Sexualstraftätern und Nicht-Straftätern im Kontext der Reinforcement-Sensitivitäts-Theorie von J. A. Gray. Dissertation, Technische Universität, Fakultät für Mathematik und Naturwissenschaften, Dresden.

Leue, A., Salize, H. J. & Dressing, H. (2005). Criminal responsibility. In H. J. Salize & H. Dressing (Eds.), Placement and treatment of mentally disordered offenders: Legislation and practice in the European Union (pp. 23-28). Lengerich: Pabst.

Leue, A., Borchard, B. & Hoyer, J. (2004). Mental disorders in a forensic sample of sexual offenders. European Psychiatry, 19, 123-130.

Schmidt, A., Beauducel, A., Brocke, B. & Strobel, A. (2004). Vigilance performance and extraversion reconsidered: some performance differences can indeed be induced. Personality and Individual Differences, 36, 1343-1351.

Schmidt, A. (2003). Sensation Seeking und delinquentes Verhalten. In M. Roth & P. Hammelstein (Hrsg.), Sensation Seeking - Konzeption, Diagnostik und Anwendung (S. 214-234). Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Hoyer, J., Kunst, H. & Schmidt, A. (2001). Social phobia as a comorbid condition in sex offenders with paraphilia or impulse control disorder. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 189(7), 463-470.

Schmidt, A., Hoyer, J. & Kunst, H. (2001). Strukturierte Diagnostik psychischer Störungen bei Sexualstraftätern im Maßregelvollzug. In Berufsfelder der Rechtspsychologie. Dokumentation der 9. Arbeitstagung der Fachgruppe Rechtspsychologie in der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie (S. 1-13). Münster: Universität.

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