Johanna Kissler mainly investigates Cognitive psychology, Electroencephalography, Audiology, Event-related potential and Word processing. The concepts of her Cognitive psychology study are interwoven with issues in Noun, Functional magnetic resonance imaging and Visual processing. She works in the field of Electroencephalography, namely Wakefulness.
Her Audiology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Schizophrenia, Psychosis, Cognition, Magnetoencephalography and Developmental psychology. Her Event-related potential research includes themes of Motivated forgetting, Medial frontal cortex and High arousal. Her studies examine the connections between Valence and genetics, as well as such issues in Arousal, with regards to Late positive component and Evoked potential.
Cognitive psychology, Electroencephalography, Neuroscience, Developmental psychology and Audiology are her primary areas of study. Her Cognitive psychology research incorporates themes from Stimulus, Visual processing, Perception and Event-related potential. Johanna Kissler combines subjects such as Temporoparietal junction, Deception, Cognition and Visual cortex with her study of Electroencephalography.
As part of one scientific family, Johanna Kissler deals mainly with the area of Neuroscience, narrowing it down to issues related to the Psychosis, and often Delta Rhythm and Temporal cortex. Her research integrates issues of Recall, Forgetting, Retrieval-induced forgetting, Affect and Anxiety in her study of Developmental psychology. Her Audiology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Severity of illness, Photic Stimulation and Eye movement, Fixation.
Johanna Kissler spends much of her time researching Cognitive psychology, Electroencephalography, Valence, Clinical psychology and Communication source. Her Cognitive psychology research incorporates elements of Visual processing, Memory performance, Episodic memory, Visual cortex and Frontal negativity. Her work deals with themes such as Feature extraction, Dimensionality reduction, Pattern recognition and Audiology, which intersect with Electroencephalography.
Her study in the field of International Affective Picture System is also linked to topics like Word processing. Her studies deal with areas such as Outcome prediction, Perception and Psychological research as well as Clinical psychology. Her Prefrontal cortex study also includes
Her primary scientific interests are in Cognitive psychology, Visual cortex, Electroencephalography, Stimulus and Valence. Her study in the fields of Pattern recognition under the domain of Cognitive psychology overlaps with other disciplines such as Contingency awareness. Her Visual cortex research integrates issues from Associative learning, Neuroplasticity, Social neuroscience and Communication.
Her Brain activity and meditation study in the realm of Electroencephalography connects with subjects such as Communication source. Johanna Kissler has included themes like Visual N1, Directed attention fatigue, N2pc, P200 and Anterior cingulate cortex in her Stimulus study. Johanna Kissler interconnects Psychiatry, Picture processing, Event-related potential and Audiology in the investigation of issues within Valence.
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Buzzwords Early Cortical Responses to Emotional Words During Reading
Johanna Kissler;Cornelia Herbert;Peter Peyk;Markus Junghofer.
Psychological Science (2007)
Emotion and attention in visual word processing - An ERP study
Johanna Kissler;Cornelia Herbert;Irene Winkler;Markus Junghofer.
Biological Psychology (2009)
Event related potentials to emotional adjectives during reading.
Cornelia Herbert;Markus Junghofer;Johanna Kissler.
Emotional and semantic networks in visual word processing: insights from ERP studies.
Johanna Kissler;Ramin Assadollahi;Cornelia Herbert.
Progress in Brain Research (2006)
Processing of emotional adjectives: Evidence from startle EMG and ERPs
Cornelia Herbert;Johanna Kissler;Markus Junghöfer;Markus Junghöfer;Peter Peyk.
Cerebral pathways in processing of affective prosody: a dynamic causal modeling study.
Thomas Ethofer;Silke Anders;Michael Erb;Cornelia Herbert.
Mapping the emotional face. How individual face parts contribute to successful emotion recognition.
Martin Wegrzyn;Maria Vogt;Berna Kireclioglu;Julia Schneider.
PLOS ONE (2017)
MEG gamma band activity in schizophrenia patients and healthy subjects in a mental arithmetic task and at rest.
Johanna Kissler;Matthias M Müller;Thorsten Fehr;Brigitte Rockstroh.
Clinical Neurophysiology (2000)
Amygdala activation during reading of emotional adjectives—an advantage for pleasant content
Cornelia Herbert;Thomas Ethofer;Silke Anders;Markus Junghofer.
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience (2009)
Emotion, Etmnooi, or Emitoon? - Faster lexical access to emotional than to neutral words during reading
Johanna Kissler;Cornelia Herbert.
Biological Psychology (2013)
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