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Publications

Publications

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


Schulreich, S., Gerhardt, H., Meshi, D., Heekeren, H.R. (2020) Emotion-induced increases in loss aversion are linked to increased neural negative-value coding. Social, Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. (pdf)

Meshi, D., Turel, O., Henley, D. (2020) Snapchat vs. Facebook: Differences in problematic use, behavior change attempts, and trait social reward preferences. Addictive Behaviors Reports, 100294. (pdf)

McDonald, B., Becker, K., Meshi, D., Heekeren, H.R., von Scheve, C. (2020) Individual differences in envy experienced through perspective-taking involves functional connectivity of the superior frontal gyrus. Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral Neuroscience. (pdf)

Huskey, R., Bue, A., Eden, A., Grall, C., Meshi, D., Prena, K., Schmälzle, R., Scholz, C., Turner, B.O., Wilcox, S. (2020) Marr’s Tri-Level Framework Integrates Biological Explanation Across Communication Subfields. Journal of Communication, 70, 356-378. (pdf)

Meshi, D., Özdem-Mertens, C. (2020) Social media in neuroscience research. In Floyd, K. & Weber, R. (Eds.), The Handbook of Communication Science and Biology. Abingdon-on-Thames, UK: Routledge/Taylor & Francis.

Tham, S., Ellithorpe, M.E., Meshi, D. (2020) Real-world social support but not in-game social support is related to reduced depression and anxiety associated with problematic gaming. Addictive Behaviors. (pdf)

Meshi, D., Ulusoy, E., Ozdem-Mertens, C., Grady, S., Freestone, D., Eden, A., Ellithorpe, M.E. (2020) Problematic social media use is associated with increased risk-aversion after negative outcomes in the Balloon Analogue Risk Task. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors. (pdf)

Schmälzle, R.*, Meshi, D.* (2020) Communication Neuroscience: Theory, methodology and experimental approaches. Communication Methods and Measures, 14(2), 105-124. (pdf)

Meshi, D., Cotten, S.R., Bender, A.R. (2019) Problematic social media use and perceived social isolation in older adults: a cross-sectional study. Gerontology, 1-9. (pdf)

Paulus, F.M., Müller-Pinzler, L., Meshi, D., Peng, T.-Q., Mateo, M.M., Krach, S. (2019) The politics of embarrassment: Considerations on how norm-transgressions of political representatives shape nation-wide communication of emotions on social media. Frontiers in Communication, 4, 11. (pdf)

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

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

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

Fatfouta, R., Meshi, D., Merkl, A., Heekeren, H.R. (2018) Accepting unfairness by a significant other is associated with reduced connectivity between medial prefrontal and dorsal anterior cingulate cortex. Social Neuroscience, 13(1), 61-73. (pdf)

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

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

Meshi D., Tamir, D.I., Heekeren, H.R. (2016) Social media and the brain. Chapter in the book: Die Neuro-Perspektive. Neurowissenschaftliche Antworten auf die wichtigsten Marketingfragen. B Briesemeister (Ed.), Freiburg, Germany; Haufe, GmbH.

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

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

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

Meshi, D., Deters, F. (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, 9(2), 53-56. (pdf)

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

Meshi, D., Morawetz, C., Heekeren, H.R. (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)

Meshi, D., Biele, G., Korn, C.W., Heekeren, H.R. (2012) How expert advice influences decision making. PLoS One, 7(11), e49748. (pdf)

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

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

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

Ophoff, R.A., Escamilla, M.A., Service, S.K., Spesny, M., Meshi, D., Poon, W., Molina, J., Fournier, E., Gallegos, A., Mathews, C., Neylan, T., Batki, S.L., Roche, E., Ramirez, M., Silva, S., De Mille, M.C., Dong, P., Leon, P.E., Reus, V.I., Sandkuijl, L.A., Freimer, N.B. (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