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Explicit achievement motive strength determines effort-related myocardial beta-adrenergic activity if task difficulty is unclear but not if task difficulty is clear Mazeres, Florence; Brinkmann, Kerstin; Richter, Michael 2021
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Motivated but not engaged: The implicit achievement motive requires difficult or unclear task difficulty conditions to exert an impact on effort Mazeres, Florence; Brinkmann, Kerstin; Richter, Michael 2021
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Clarity of task difficulty moderates the impact of the explicit achievement motive on physical effort in hand grip tasks Richter, Michael; Mazeres, Florence; Brinkmann, Kerstin 2021
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The Intensity Side of Volition Brinkmann, Kerstin; Richter, Michael; Gendolla, Guido H.E. 2021
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When should I stop? Dysphoria leads to impaired task persistence via negative mood Brinkmann, Kerstin; Gendolla, Guido 2020
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Major depression impairs incentive processing: evidence from the heart and the face Franzen, Jessica; Brinkmann, Kerstin; Gendolla, Guido H.E.; Sentissi, Othman 2019
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Implicit achievement motive limits the impact of task difficulty on effort-related cardiovascular response Mazeres, Florence; Brinkmann, Kerstin; Richter, Michael 2019
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Blunted cardiovascular reactivity during social reward anticipation in subclinical depression Brinkmann, Kerstin; Franzen, Jessica 2017
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L'influence de l'humeur sur la motivation Franzen, Jessica; Brinkmann, Kerstin; Gendolla, Guido H.E. 2016
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Wanting and liking in dysphoria: Cardiovascular and facial EMG responses during incentive processing Franzen, Jessica; Brinkmann, Kerstin 2016
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Anhedonic symptoms of depression are linked to reduced motivation to obtain a reward Franzen, Jessica; Brinkmann, Kerstin 2016
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Depression and Self-Regulation: A Motivational Analysis and Insights from Effort-Related Cardiovascular Reactivity Brinkmann, Kerstin; Franzen, Jessica 2015
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Blunted cardiovascular reactivity in dysphoria during reward and punishment anticipation Franzen, Jessica; Brinkmann, Kerstin 2015
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I don't care about others' approval: Dysphoric individuals show reduced effort mobilization for obtaining a social reward Brinkmann, Kerstin; Franzen, Jessica; Rossier, Cyrielle; Gendolla, Guido H.E. 2014
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Not everyone's heart contracts to reward: insensitivity to varying levels of reward in dysphoria Brinkmann, Kerstin; Franzen, Jessica 2013
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Dysphorics can control depressive mood's informational impact on effort mobilization Brinkmann, Kerstin; Franzen, Jessica; Gendolla, Guido H.E. 2012
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The role of self-involvement in the development of cardiovascular disease: A motivational analysis Gendolla, Guido H.E.; Richter, Michael; Brinkmann, Kerstin 2009
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Anhedonia and effort mobilization in dysphoria: Reduced cardiovascular response to reward and punishment☆ Brinkmann, Kerstin; schüpbach, Laurent; joye, Isabelle Ancel; Gendolla, Guido H.E. 2009
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Anatomy of the White Bear Suppression Inventory (WBSI): a review of previous findings and a new approach Schmidt, Ralph Erich; Gay, Philippe; Courvoisier, Delphine; Jermann, Françoise; ... Van der Linden, Martial 2009
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Ego involvement moderates the assimilation effect of affective expectations Gendolla, Guido H.E.; Brinkmann, Kerstin; Scheder, Dorothea 2008
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