Margit Ruissen is a PhD student at the department of Clinical Psychology. Her PhD project focuses on social performance monitoring in healthy and socially anxious individuals.
- Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
- Instituut Psychologie
- Klinische Psychologie
- Ruissen M.I., Overgaauw S. & De Bruijn E.R.A. (2018), Being right, but losing money: the role of striatum in joint decision making, Scientific Reports 8: e6711.
- Tollenaar M.S., Ruissen M.I., Elzinga B.M. & De Bruijn E.R.A. (2017), Does oxytocin lead to emotional interference during a working memory paradigm?, Psychopharmacology 2017(234): 3467-3474.
- De Bruijn E.R.A., Ruissen M.I. & Radke S. (2017), Electrophysiological correlates of oxytocin-induced enhancement of social performance monitoring, Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 12(10): 1668-1677.
- Ruissen M.I. & De Bruijn E.R.A. (2016), Competitive Game Play Attenuates Self-Other Integration during Joint Task Performance., FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY 7: e274.
- Ruissen M.I. & De Bruijn E.R.A. (2015), Is it me or is it you? Behavioral and electrophysiological effects of oxytocin administration on self-other integration during joint task performance., Cortex 70: 146-154.
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