Sebastian Markett
Sebastian Markett
Department of Psychology, Humboldt University Berlin
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Is it meaningful to distinguish between generalized and specific Internet addiction? Evidence from a cross‐cultural study from G ermany, S weden, T aiwan and C hina
C Montag, K Bey, P Sha, M Li, YF Chen, WY Liu, YK Zhu, CB Li, S Markett, ...
Asia‐Pacific Psychiatry 7 (1), 20-26, 2015
Investigating the genetic basis of altruism: the role of the COMT Val158Met polymorphism
M Reuter, C Frenzel, NT Walter, S Markett, C Montag
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 6 (5), 662-668, 2011
Genetically determined dopamine availability predicts disposition for depression
A Felten, C Montag, S Markett, NT Walter, M Reuter
Brain and behavior 1 (2), 109-118, 2011
Assessing the function of the fronto‐parietal attention network: insights from resting‐state fMRI and the attentional network test
S Markett, M Reuter, C Montag, G Voigt, B Lachmann, S Rudorf, CE Elger, ...
Human brain mapping 35 (4), 1700-1709, 2014
Self-esteem, personality and internet addiction: a cross-cultural comparison study
R Sariyska, M Reuter, K Bey, P Sha, M Li, YF Chen, WY Liu, YK Zhu, ...
Personality and Individual Differences 61, 28-33, 2014
The role of the CHRNA4 gene in Internet addiction: a case-control study
C Montag, P Kirsch, C Sauer, S Markett, M Reuter
Journal of addiction medicine 6 (3), 191-195, 2012
Does excessive play of violent first-person-shooter-video-games dampen brain activity in response to emotional stimuli?
C Montag, B Weber, P Trautner, B Newport, S Markett, NT Walter, A Felten, ...
Biological psychology 89 (1), 107-111, 2012
Internet addiction and personality in first-person-shooter video gamers.
C Montag, M Flierl, S Markett, N Walter, M Jurkiewicz, M Reuter
Journal of Media Psychology: Theories, Methods, and Applications 23 (4), 163, 2011
Wie viel Tod verträgt das Team?
M Müller, D Pfister, S Markett, B Jaspers
Der Schmerz 23 (6), 600, 2009
Ignorance is no excuse: moral judgments are influenced by a genetic variation on the oxytocin receptor gene
NT Walter, C Montag, S Markett, A Felten, G Voigt, M Reuter
Brain and cognition 78 (3), 268-273, 2012
Facebook usage on smartphones and gray matter volume of the nucleus accumbens
C Montag, A Markowetz, K Blaszkiewicz, I Andone, B Lachmann, ...
Behavioural brain research 329, 221-228, 2017
Epistasis of the DRD2/ANKK1 Taq Ia and the BDNF Val66Met polymorphism impacts novelty seeking and harm avoidance
C Montag, S Markett, U Basten, C Stelzel, C Fiebach, T Canli, M Reuter
Neuropsychopharmacology 35 (9), 1860-1867, 2010
The association between dopamine DRD2 polymorphisms and working memory capacity is modulated by a functional polymorphism on the nicotinic receptor gene CHRNA4
SA Markett, C Montag, M Reuter
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 22 (9), 1944-1954, 2010
Imaging the structure of the human anxious brain: a review of findings from neuroscientific personality psychology
C Montag, M Reuter, M Jurkiewicz, S Markett, J Panksepp
Reviews in the Neurosciences 24 (2), 167-190, 2013
A new measure for the revised reinforcement sensitivity theory: Psychometric criteria and genetic validation
M Reuter, AJ Cooper, LD Smillie, S Markett, C Montag
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 9, 38, 2015
Individual differences in trait anxiety are associated with white matter tract integrity in the left temporal lobe in healthy males but not females
C Montag, M Reuter, B Weber, S Markett, JC Schoene-Bake
Neuroscience 217, 77-83, 2012
The Big Five of Personality and structural imaging revisited: a VBM–DARTEL study
WY Liu, B Weber, M Reuter, S Markett, WC Chu, C Montag
Neuroreport 24 (7), 375-380, 2013
Assessment of empathy via self-report and behavioural paradigms: data on convergent and discriminant validity
M Melchers, C Montag, S Markett, M Reuter
Cognitive Neuropsychiatry 20 (2), 157-171, 2015
Intrinsic connectivity networks and personality: the temperament dimension harm avoidance moderates functional connectivity in the resting brain
S Markett, B Weber, G Voigt, C Montag, A Felten, C Elger, M Reuter
Neuroscience 240, 98-105, 2013
The nicotinic acetylcholine receptor gene CHRNA4 is associated with negative emotionality.
S Markett, C Montag, M Reuter
Emotion 11 (2), 450, 2011
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