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Journal Article (6)

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    Journal Article
    Banzhaf, C.; Hoffmann, F.; Kanske, P.; Fan, Y.; Walter, H.; Spengler, S.; Schreiter, S.; Singer, T.; Bermpohl, F.: Interacting and dissociable effects of alexithymia and depression on empathy. Psychiatry Research 270, pp. 631 - 638 (2018)
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    Journal Article
    Hoffmann, F.; Banzhaf, C.; Kanske, P.; Gärtner, M.; Bermpohl, F.; Singer, T.: Empathy in depression: Egocentric and altercentric biases and the role of alexithymia. Journal of Affective Disorders 199, pp. 23 - 29 (2016)
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    Hoffmann, F.; Banzhaf, C.; Kanske, P.; Bermpohl, F.; Singer, T.: Where the depressed mind wanders: Self-generated thought patterns as assessed trough experience sampling as a state marker of depression. Journal of Affective Disorders 198, pp. 127 - 134 (2016)
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    Hoffmann, F.; Köhne, S.; Steinbeis, N.; Dziobek, I.; Singer, T.: Preserved self-other distinction during empathy in autism is linked to network integrity of right supramarginal gyrus. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 46 (2), pp. 637 - 648 (2016)
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    Hoffmann, F.; Singer, T.; Steinbeis, N.: Children's increased emotional egocentricity compared to adults is mediated by age-related differences in conflict processing. Child Development 86 (3), pp. 765 - 780 (2015)
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    Vander Wyk, B. C.; Hoffmann, F.; Pelphrey, K. A.: Equivalent neural responses in children and adolescents with and without autism during judgments of affect. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 8, pp. 121 - 130 (2014)

Thesis - PhD (1)

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    Thesis - PhD
    Hoffmann, F.: Emotional egocentricity in development and psychopathology. Dissertation, Faculty of Life Sciences, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany (2015)
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