D Meshi, DI Tamir & HR Heekeren, Trends in Cognitive Sciences 2015 (pdf)

D Meshi, A Elizarova, A Bender, A Verdejo-Garcia (2019) Excessive social media users demonstrate impaired decision making in the Iowa Gambling Task. Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 1-5. (pdf)

O Turel, D Cavagnaro, D Meshi (2018) Short abstinence from online social networking sites reduces perceived stress, especially in excessive users. Psychiatry Research, 270, 947-953. (pdf)

G Carbonell, D Meshi, M Brand (2018) The use of recommendations on physician rating websites: the number of raters makes the difference when adjusting decisions. Health Communication, 1-10. (pdf)

R Fatfouta, D Meshi, A Merkl, HR Heekeren (2018) Accepting unfairness by a significant other is associated with reduced connectivity between medial prefrontal and dorsal anterior cingulate cortex. Social Neuroscience, 1-13. (pdf)

M Andrejevic*, D Meshi*, W van den Bos, HR Heekeren (2017) Individual differences in social desirability are associated with white matter microstructure of the external capsule. Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience, 1-10. (pdf)

FM Paulus, L Müller-Pinzler, D Meshi, T-Q Peng, MM Mateo, S Krach (2017) The politics of embarrassment. PsyArXiv Preprints, psyarxiv.com/pk4hc.† (pdf)

D Meshi, DI Tamir, HR Heekeren (2016) Social media and the brain. In: Die Neuro-Perspektive. Neurowissenschaftliche Antworten auf die wichtigsten Marketingfragen. B Briesemeister (Ed.), Freiburg, Germany; Haufe, GmbH.

D Meshi, L Mamerow, E Kirilina, C Morawetz, DS Margulies, HR Heekeren (2016) Sharing self-related information is associated with intrinsic functional connectivity of cortical midline brain regions. Scientific Reports, 6, 22491. (pdf)

D Meshi*, DI Tamir*, HR Heekeren (2015) The emerging neuroscience of social media. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 19(12), 771-782. (pdf)

R Fatfouta, S Schulreich, D Meshi, HR Heekeren (2015) So close to a deal: spatial-distance cues influence economic decision-making in a social context. PLoS One, 10(8), e0135968. (pdf)

D Meshi, F Deters (2015) The need to connect, predicting personality, and the brain’s reward system: emerging themes from the Berlin Social Media Research Workshop. International Journal of Developmental Science, 19, 1.† (pdf)

D Meshi, C Morawetz, HR Heekeren (2013) Facebook, being cool, and your brain: what science tells us. Frontiers for Young Minds, 1, 4.† (pdf)

D Meshi, C Morawetz, HR Heekeren (2013) Nucleus accumbens response to gains in reputation for the self relative to gains for others predicts social media use. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7, 439. (pdf)

D Meshi, G Biele, CW Korn, HR Heekeren (2012) How expert advice influences decision making. PLoS One, 7(11), e49748. (pdf)

MA Paradiso, D Meshi, J Pisarcik, S Levine (2012) Eye movements reset visual perception. Journal of Vision, 12(13), 11. (pdf)

Before 2012:
G Carruthers, S Gutwinski, A Kuhlen, S Landgraf, D Meshi, R Steimke, B Voelkl (2010) Interacting Minds: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Social Cognition. The Reasoner, 4(12), 179-180.†

D Meshi*, MR Drew*, M Saxe, MS Ansorge, D David, L Santarelli, C Malapani, H Moore, R Hen (2006) Hippocampal neurogenesis is not required for behavioral effects of environmental enrichment. Nature Neuroscience, 9(6), 729-731. (pdf)

RA Ophoff, MA Escamilla, SK Service, M Spesny, D Meshi, W Poon, J Molina, E Fournier, A Gallegos, C Mathews, T Neylan, SL Batki, E Roche, M Ramirez, S Silva, MC De Mille, P Dong, PE Leon, VI Reus, LA Sandkuijl, NB Freimer (2002) Genomewide linkage disequilibrium mapping of severe bipolar disorder in a population isolate. American Journal of Human Genetics, 71(3), 565-574. (pdf)

*=Shared first authorship
†=Article not peer-reviewed