2022


  1. Hoepfel D, Günther V, Bujanow A, Kersting A, Bodenschatz CM, Suslow T (2022). Experiences of maltreatment in childhood and attention to facial emotions in healthy young women. Sci Rep, 12(1), 4317.
     
  2. Günther V, Jahn S, Webelhorst C, Bodenschatz CM, Bujanow A, Mucha S, Kersting A, Hoffmann KT, Egloff B, Lobsien D, Suslow T (2022). Coping With Anxiety: Brain Structural Correlates of Vigilance and Cognitive Avoidance. Front Psychiatry, 13, 869367.
     


  3. 2021


  4. Suslow T, Günther V, Hensch T, Kersting A, Bodenschatz CM (2021). Alexithymia Is Associated With Deficits in Visual Search for Emotional Faces in Clinical Depression. Front Psychiatry, 12(), 668019.
     
  5. Bodenschatz CM, Czepluch F, Kersting A, Suslow T (2021). Efficient visual search for facial emotions in patients with major depression. BMC Psychiatry, 21(1), 92.
     


  6. 2020


  7. Bodenschatz CM, Skopinceva M, Russ T, Kersting A, Suslow T (2020). Face perception without subjective awareness - Emotional expressions guide early gaze behavior in clinically depressed and healthy individuals. J Affect Disord, 265, 91-98.
     
  8. Bujanow A, Bodenschatz CM, Szymanska M, Kersting A, Vulliez-Coady L, Suslow T (2020). The relationship between dispositional attention to feelings and visual attention to emotion. Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry, 100, 109882.
     
  9. Suslow T, Hußlack A, Kersting A, Bodenschatz CM (2020). Attentional biases to emotional information in clinical depression: A systematic and meta-analytik review of eye tracking findings Journal of Affective Disorders, 274, 632-642.
     


  10. 2019


  11. Bodenschatz CM, Kersting A, Suslow T (2019). Effects of Briefly Presented Masked Emotional Facial Expressions on Gaze Behavior: An Eye-Tracking Study. Psychol Rep, 1, 33294118789041-.
     
  12. Suslow T, Bodenschatz CM, Kersting A, Quirin M, Gunther V (2019). Implicit affectivity in clinically depressed patients during acute illness and recovery. BMC Psychiatry, 19(1), 376.
     
  13. Bodenschatz CM, Skopinceva M, Russ T, Suslow T (2019). Attentional bias and childhood maltreatment in clinical depression - An eye-tracking study. J Psychiatr Res, 112, 83-88.
     


  14. 2018


  15. Bodenschatz CM, Skopinceva M, Kersting A, Quirin M, Suslow T (2018). Implicit negative affect predicts attention to sad faces beyond self-reported depressive symptoms in healthy individuals: An eye-tracking study. Psychiatry Res, 265, 48-54.
     
  16. Bodenschatz CM, Skopinceva M, Kersting A, Quirin M, Suslow T (2018). Implicit negative affect predicts attention to sad faces beyond self-reported depressive symptoms in healthy individuals: An eye-tracking study. Psychiatry Res, 265, 48-54.