Christian Montag focuses on Personality, Neuroscience, Developmental psychology, Internet privacy and The Internet. His Personality research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Affective neuroscience and Clinical psychology. Christian Montag usually deals with Clinical psychology and limits it to topics linked to Anxiety and Temperament and Character Inventory and Harm avoidance.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Genome-wide association study, Oxytocin receptor, Personality Assessment Inventory and Allele, Catechol-O-methyl transferase. His Internet privacy research includes themes of Pornography, Internet use, Social media, Everyday life and Smartphone addiction. His The Internet study combines topics in areas such as Self-directedness, Addiction and Social network.
Christian Montag mainly investigates Personality, Clinical psychology, Developmental psychology, The Internet and Big Five personality traits. Many of his research projects under Personality are closely connected to Context with Context, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Clinical psychology, Rumination is strongly linked to Anxiety.
His Developmental psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Twin study, Oxytocin receptor, Allele and Harm avoidance. Christian Montag interconnects Addiction and Internet privacy in the investigation of issues within The Internet. His Affective neuroscience research focuses on Cognitive psychology and how it relates to Resting state fMRI.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Personality, Clinical psychology, Anxiety, Big Five personality traits and Social psychology. The various areas that Christian Montag examines in his Personality study include Social media, Affective neuroscience and Internet privacy. His research integrates issues of Sadness and Cognitive psychology in his study of Affective neuroscience.
Christian Montag undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Clinical psychology and Context through his works. His work on Negative affectivity as part of general Anxiety research is often related to Productivity, thus linking different fields of science. His work in the fields of Social psychology, such as Popularity and Self-esteem, overlaps with other areas such as Well-being and Perspective.
His main research concerns Anxiety, Clinical psychology, Personality, Social media and Context. His Anxiety study incorporates themes from Psychopathology, Mood, Internet use and Rumination, Depression. His Clinical psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Nomological network, Cronbach's alpha, Behavioral addiction, Construct validity and Mental health.
His Personality research incorporates elements of Computational biology and Candidate gene. His Social media research integrates issues from Developmental psychology, Intrapersonal communication and Affect. His work is dedicated to discovering how Developmental psychology, The Internet are connected with Cognitive psychology and other disciplines.
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Smartphone usage in the 21st century: Who is active on WhatsApp?
Christian Montag;Konrad Błaszkiewicz;Rayna Sariyska;Bernd Lachmann.
BMC Research Notes (2015)
Smartphone addiction, daily interruptions and self-reported productivity.
Éilish Duke;Christian Montag.
Addictive Behaviors Reports (2017)
Is it meaningful to distinguish between generalized and specific Internet addiction? Evidence from a cross-cultural study from Germany, Sweden, Taiwan and China
Christian Montag;Katharina Bey;Peng Sha;Mei Li.
Asia-pacific Psychiatry (2015)
Reduced grid-cell–like representations in adults at genetic risk for Alzheimer’s disease
Lukas Kunz;Tobias Navarro Schröder;Hweeling Lee;Christian Montag.
Memory Consolidation by Replay of Stimulus-Specific Neural Activity
Lorena Deuker;Jan Olligs;Juergen Fell;Thorsten A Kranz.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2013)
The BDNF Val66Met polymorphism impacts parahippocampal and amygdala volume in healthy humans: incremental support for a genetic risk factor for depression.
C Montag;B Weber;K Fliessbach;C Elger.
Psychological Medicine (2009)
COMT genetic variation affects fear processing: psychophysiological evidence.
Christian Montag;Joshua W. Buckholtz;Peter Hartmann;Michael Merz.
Behavioral Neuroscience (2008)
Preventing problematic internet use during the COVID-19 pandemic: Consensus guidance.
Orsolya Király;Marc N. Potenza;Dan J. Stein;Daniel L. King.
Comprehensive Psychiatry (2020)
Psycho-Informatics: Big Data shaping modern psychometrics
Alexander Markowetz;Konrad Błaszkiewicz;Christian Montag;Christina Switala.
Medical Hypotheses (2014)
The BDNF Val66Met polymorphism affects amygdala activity in response to emotional stimuli: evidence from a genetic imaging study.
Christian Montag;Martin Reuter;Beate Newport;Christian Erich Elger.
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