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Feyerabend, J., Lüttke, S., Große-Wentrup, F., Wolter, S., Hautzinger, M., & Wolkenstein, L. (2018, online publication). Theory of mind in remitted bipolar disorder: Younger patients struggle in tasks of higher ecological validity. Journal of Affective Disorder. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jad.2018.01.026

Wolkenstein, L., Kanske, P., Bailer, J., Wessa, M., Hautzinger, M. & Joormann, J. (2017). Impaired cognitive control over emotional material in euthymic bipolar disorder. Journal of Affective Disorder, 214, 108-114.

Zwick, J. & Wolkenstein, L. (2017). Facial emotion recognition, theory of mind and the role of facial mimicry in depression. Journal of Affective Disorders, 210, 90-99.

Laib, M., & Wolkenstein, L. (2016). Does the Use of Body Scanners Discriminate Overweight Flight Passengers? The Effect of Body Scanners on Body Image. International Journal of Business and Social Research, 6(5), 1-16.

Laib, M., & Wolkenstein, L. (2016). Factors Predicting the Explicit and Implicit Attitude Towards Body Scanners. Review of Social Sciences, 1(5), 18-33.

Plewnia, C., Schroeder, P.A., Kunze, R., Faehling, F. & Wolkenstein, L. (2015). Keep Calm and Carry On: Improved Frustration Tolerance and Processing Speed by Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS).PLoS One, 10(4):e0122578.

Plewnia, C., Schroeder, P.A. & Wolkenstein, L. (2015). Targeting the biased brain: noninvasive brain stimulation to ameliorate cognitive control. Lancet Psychiatry, 2, 351-356.

Wolkenstein, L., Zeiller, M., Kanske, P. & Plewnia, C. (2014) Induction of a depression-like negativity bias by cathodal transcranial direct current stimulation. Cortex, 59, 103-112.

Wolkenstein, L., Zwick, J., Hautzinger, M. & Joormann, J. (2014). Cognitive emotion regulation in euthymic bipolar disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders, 160, 92-97.

Wolkenstein, L. & Plewnia, C. (2013). Amelioration of cognitive control in depression by transcranial direct current stimulation. Biological Psychiatry, 73, 646-651.

Giel, K.E., Wittorf, A., Wolkenstein, L., Klingberg, S.,, Drimmer, E., Schönenberg, M., Rapp, A.M., Fallgatter, A.J., Hautzinger, M. & Zipfel, S. (2012). Is impaired set-shifting a feature of “pure“ anorexia nervosa? Investigating the role of depression in set-shifting ability in anorexia nervosa and unipolar depression. Psychiatry Research, 200, 538-543.

Wittorf, A., Giel, K., Hautzinger, M., Rapp, A., Schönenberg, M., Wolkenstein, L., Zipfel, S., Fallgatter, A.J., Klingberg, S. (2012). Specifity of cognitive biases in schizophrenia – jumping to conclusions and attributional style. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 17, 262-286.

Wolkenstein, L., Schönenberg, M., Schirm, E. & Hautzinger, M. (2011). I can see what you feel but I can’t deal with it: Impaired theory of mind in depression. Journal of Affective Disorders, 132, 104-111.

Wolkenstein, L., Bruchmüller, K., Schmid, P. & Meyer, T.D. (2011). Misdiagnosing bipolar disorder – do clinicians show heuristic biases? Journal of Affective Disorders, 130, 405-412.

Meyer, T.D., Bernhard, B., Born, C., Fuhr, K., Gerber, S., Schaerer, L., Langosch, J.M., Pfennig, A., Sasse, J., Scheiter, S., Schöttle, D., van Calker, D., Wolkenstein, L. & Bauer, M. (2011). The Hypomania Checklist-32 and the Mood Disorder Questionnaire as screening tools – going beyond samples of purely mood-disordered patients. Journal of Affective Disorders, 128, 291-298. doi:10.1016/j.jad.2010.07.003.

Meyer, T.D. & Wolkenstein, L. (2010). Current alcohol use and risk for hypomania in male students: Generally more or more binging? Comprehensive Psychiatry, 51, 171-176.

Wolkenstein, L. & Meyer, T.D. (2010). Is one's mood affected when interacting with people putatively at risk for affective disorders? The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 198, 576-579.

Wolkenstein, L. & Meyer, T.D. (2009). What factors influence attitudes towards people with current depression and current mania? International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 55, 124-140.

Wolkenstein, L. & Meyer, T.D. (2008). Attitudes of young people towards depression and mania. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 81, 15-31.

Books

Wolkenstein, L. & Hautzinger, M. (2015). Ratgeber Chronische Depression. Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Wolkenstein, L. & Hautzinger, M. (2014). Basiswissen: Umgang mit bipolaren Patienten. Köln: Psychiatrie Verlag GmbH.

Wolkenstein, L. (2009). Interventionen zur Verbesserung der Einstellung gegenüber psychisch erkrankten Menschen. Evaluation am Beispiel von Menschen mit Bipolaren Störungen. Hamburg: Verlag Dr. Kovač.

Book chapters

Wolkenstein, L. & Hautzinger, M. (2016). Affektive Störungen. In: C. Lorei & F. Hallenberger. Grundwissen Psychisch Kranke. Verlag für Polizeiwissenschaft.

Wolkenstein, L. & Hautzinger, M. (2016). Störungen im Alter. In: C. Lorei & F. Hallenberger. Grundwissen Psychisch Kranke. Verlag für Polizeiwissenschaft.

Schuler, M. & Wolkenstein, L. (2014). Psychologie und Sicherheitstechnologie – Psychologische Auswirkungen von Sicherheitstechnologien auf den Menschen und die Einstellung von Menschen dieser Technik gegenüber. Tagungsband zum Symposium “Sicherheit und Freiheit in der vernetzten Gesellschaft“. Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Wolkenstein, L., Bauer, M. & Meyer, T.D. (2013). Bipolare Störungen (ICD-10: F30-31). In: G. Juckel & M.-A. Edel. Neurobiologie und Psychotherapie. Integration und praktische Anwendung bei psychischen Störungen. Stuttgart: Schattauer.

Wolkenstein, L. & Hautzinger, M. (2013). CBT in Affective Disorders. In: D. Schöpf (Ed.). New Frontiers, Psychiatric Disorders – New Frontiers in Affective Disorders. ISBN: 978-953-51-1147-4, InTech, DOI: 10.5772/54236. Available from: http://www.intechopen.com/books/psychiatric-disorders-new-frontiers-in-affective-disorders/cbt-in-affective-disorders-new-frontiers

Other publications

Wolkenstein, L. (2012). Diagnostische Fehlentscheidungen bei bipolaren Störungen: Mögliche Gründe und Folgen. Neuro aktuell.

Wolkenstein, L. (2010). „Eine minderwertige Krankheit“ – Für effektive Strategien gegen Stigmatisierung. Treffpunkte. Frankfurter Zeitschrift für Gemeindepsychiatrie.

Wolkenstein, L. (2010). Wege aus der Stigmatisierung. In Balance. Leben mit Manie und Depression. Zeitschrift der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Bipolare Störungen, Oktober, 2, 5.