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- Steinbeis N. (2016), The role of self-other distinction in understanding others' mental and emotional states: Neurocognitive mechanisms in children and adults. Review article, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B : Biological Sciences 371(1686).
- Steinbeis N. & Crone E.A. (2016), The link between cognitive control and decision-making across child and adolescent development, Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 10: 28–32.
- Hoffmann F., Singer T. & Steinbeis N. (2015), Children's increased emotional egocentricity compared to adults is mediated by age-related differences in conflict processing, Child Development 86(3): 765-780.
- Steinbeis N., Bernhardt B.C. & Singer T. (2015), Age-related differences in function and structure of rSMG and reduced functional connectivity with DLPFC explains heightened emotional egocentricity bias in childhood, Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 10(2): 302-310.
- McCall C., Steinbeis N., Ricard M. & Singer T. (2014), Compassion meditators show less anger, less punishment and more compensation of victims in response to fairness violations, Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 8: e424.
- Steinbeis N. & Singer T. (2014), Projecting my envy onto you: Neurocognitive mechanisms of an offline emotional egocentricity bias, NeuroImage 102: 370-380.
- Steinbeis N., Haushofer J., Fehr E. & Singer T. (2016), Development of behavioral control and associated vmPFC–DLPFC connectivity explains children's increased resistance to temptation in intertemporal choice, Cerebral Cortex 26(1): 32-42.
- Bernhardt B.C., Smallwood J., Tusche A., Ruby F.J.M., Engen H.G., Steinbeis N. & Singer T. (2014), Medial prefrontal and anterior cingulate cortical thickness predicts, shared individual differences in self-generated thought and temporal discounting, 90: 290-297.
- Steinbeis N. & Singer T. (2013), The effects of social comparison on social emotions and behavior during childhood: The ontogeny of envy and Schadenfreude predicts developmental changes in equity-related decisions, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 115(1): 198-209.
- Steinbeis N., Bernhardt B.C. & Singer T. (2012), Impulse control and underlying functions of the lLeft DLPFC mediate age-related and age-independent individual differences in strategic social behavior, Neuron 73(5): 1040-1051.
- Steinbeis N. & Koelsch S. (2011), Affective priming effects of musical sounds on the processing of word meaning, Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 23(3): 604-621.
- Singer T. & Steinbeis N. (2009), Differential roles of fairness- and compassion-based motivations for cooperation, defection, and punishment Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences nr. 1167. 41-50.
- Steinbeis N. & Koelsch S. (2009), Understanding the intentions behind man-made products elicits neural activity in areas dedicated to mental state attribution, Cerebral Cortex 19(3): 619-623.
- Koelsch S., Kilches S., Steinbeis N. & Schelinski S. (2008), Effects of unexpected chords and of performer's expression on brain responses and electrodermal activity, PLoS ONE 3(7): e2631.
- Steinbeis N. & Koelsch S. (2008), Shared neural resources between music and language indicate semantic processing of musical tension-resolution patterns, Cerebral Cortex 18(5): 1169-1178.
- Steinbeis N. & Koelsch S. (2008), Comparing the processing of music and language meaning using EEG and fMRI provides evidence for similar and distinct neural representations, PLoS ONE 3(5): e2226.
- Steinbeis N., Koelsch S. & Sloboda J.A. (2006), The role of harmonic expectancy violations in musical emotions: Evidence from subjective, physiological, and neural responses, Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 18(8): 1380-1393.
- Steinbeis N., Koelsch S. & Sloboda J.A. (2005), Emotional processing of harmonic expectancy violations, NEUROSCIENCES AND MUSIC II: FROM PERCEPTION TO PERFORMANCE 1060: 457-461.
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