Publications and manuscripts

Matyjek, M. (2022), Social and Non-Social Reward Processing in Autism and Autistic Traits. [Doctoral dissertation, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin], edoc-server: Open-Access-Publikationsserver der Humboldt-Universität.

Matyjek, M., Bayer, M., & Dziobek, I. (2022), Reward Responsiveness across Autism and Autistic Traits – Evidence from Neuronal, Autonomic, and Behavioural Levels. medRxiv. (preprint)

Naumann, S.*, Matyjek, M.*, Bögl, K.*, Scholar Minds, & Dziobek, I. (2022), Update on the Mental Health Crisis in Academia: Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Early Career Researchers’ Mental Health and Satisfaction with PhD training. PsyArXiv. (preprint)

Matyjek, M., Bayer, M., & Dziobek, I. (2021), Pupillary Responses to Faces are Modulated by Familiarity and Rewarding Context. Brain Sciences, 11, 794. (Open Access)

Matyjek, M., Kroczek, B., Senderecka, M. (2021), Socially Induced Negative Affective Knowledge Modulates Early Face Perception, but not Gaze-Cued Attention. Psychophysiology, 00:e13876. (Open Access)

Senderecka, M., Matyjek, M., Kroczek, B., & Ociepka, M. (2021), Socially induced negative emotions elicit neural activity in the mentalizing network in a subsequent inhibitory task. Neuroscience. (Open access)

Matyjek, M., Bayer, M., & Dziobek, I. (2020), Autistic Traits Affect Reward Anticipation but not Reception. Scientific Reports 108396. (Open Access)

Matyjek, M.*, Meliss, S.*, Dziobek, I., & Murayama, K. (2020), A Multidimensional View on Social and Non-social Rewards. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 11, 818. (Open Access) Also preprint available at: 10.31219/osf.io/gjfr5

Schneider, J., Matyjek, M, Weigand, A., Dziobek, I., and Brick, T. R., (in review), Subjective and Objective Difficulty of Emotional Facial Expression Perception from Dynamic Stimuli.

Senderecka, M., Ociepka, M., Matyjek, M., & Kroczek, B. (2018), Post-Error Brain Activity Correlates with Incidental Memory for Negative Words. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 12, 178.

Matyjek, M. (2015), Master’s thesis: “In My Mind’s Eye”: Game-Induced Emotions Influence Face Processing in a Gaze-Cueing Task: an ERP Study (the highest grade with distinction).

Matyjek, M. (2015), The roles and reciprocal influences of visual fixations and emotional cues in social settings, Pawłowicz J.A. & E. Szafranko (eds.), KNMAIU KRESKA, Uniwersytet Warmin ́sko-Mazurski w Olsztynie Polskie Towarzystwo Historyczne (post-conference publication).

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