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Zeitschriftenartikel (15)

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    Fedorov, L.; Chang, D.-S.; Giese, M.; Bülthoff, H.; de la Rosa, S.: Adaptation aftereffects reveal representations for encoding of contingent social actions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 115 (29), S. 7515 - 7520 (2018)
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    Chang, D.-S.; Burger, F.; Bülthoff, H.; de la Rosa, S.: The Perception of Cooperativeness Without Any Visual or Auditory Communication. i-Perception 6 (6), S. 1 - 6 (2015)
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    Lee, I.-S.; Wallraven, C.; Kong, J.; Chang, D.-S.; Lee, H.; Park, H.-J.; Chae, Y.: When pain is not only pain: Inserting needles into the body evokes distinct reward-related brain responses in the context of a treatment. Physiology Behavior 140, S. 148 - 155 (2015)
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    Chae, Y.; Lee, I.-S.; Jung, W.-M.; Chang, D.-S.; Napadow, V.; Lee, H.; Park, H.-J.; Wallraven, C.: Decreased Peripheral and Central Responses to Acupuncture Stimulation following Modification of Body Ownership. PLoS ONE 9 (10) (2014)
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    Chae, Y.; Chang, D.-S.; Lee, S.-H.; Jung, W.-M.; Lee, I.-S.; Jackson, S.; Kong, J.; Lee, H.; Park, H.-J.; Lee, H. et al.; Wallraven, C.: Inserting Needles Into the Body: A Meta-Analysis of Brain Activity Associated With Acupuncture Needle Stimulation. Journal of Pain 14 (3), S. 215 - 222 (2013)
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    Chang, D.-S.; Kim, Y.-J.; Lee, S.-H.; Lee, H.; Lee, I.-S.; Park, H.-J.; Wallraven, C.; Chae, Y.: Modifying Bodily Self-Awareness during Acupuncture Needle Stimulation Using the Rubber Hand Illusion. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2013, 849602, S. 1 - 7 (2013)
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    Kim, H.-S.; Kim, Y.-J.; Lee, H.-J.; Kim, S.-Y.; Lee, H.; Chang, D.-S.; Lee, H.; Park, H.-J.; Chae, Y.: Development and Validation of Acupuncture Fear Scale. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2013, 109704, S. 1 - 8 (2013)
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    Chung, H.; Lee, H.; Chang, D.-S.; Kim, H.-S.; Lee, H.; Park, H.-J.; Chae, Y.: Doctor's attire influences perceived empathy in the patient–doctor relationship. Patient Education and Counseling 89 (3), S. 387 - 391 (2012)
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    Lee, S.-H.; Chang, D.-S.; Kang, O.-S.; Kim, H.-H.; Kim, H.; Lee, H.; Park, H.-J.; Chae, Y.: Do not judge according to appearance: patients’ preference of a doctor's face does not influence their assessment of the patient–doctor relationship. Acupuncture in Medicine 30 (4), S. 261 - 265 (2012)
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    Kang, O.-S.; Chang, D.-S.; Jahng, G.-H.; Kim, S.-Y.; Kim, H.; Kim, J.-W.; Chung, S.-Y.; Yang, S.-I.; Park, H.-J.; Lee, H. et al.; Chae, Y.: Individual differences in smoking-related cue reactivity in smokers: An eye-tracking and fMRI study. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry 38 (2), S. 285 - 293 (2012)
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    Chang, D.-S.; Kang, O.-S.; Kim, H.-H.; Kim, H.-S.; Lee, H.; Park, H.-J.; Kim, H.; Chae, Y.: Pre-existing beliefs and expectations influence judgments of novel health information. Journal of Health Psychology 17 (5), S. 753 - 763 (2012)
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    Shin, H.-W.; Chang, D.-S.; Lee, H.; Kang, O.-S.; Lee, H.; Park, H.-J.; Chae, Y.: What Factors Are Influencing Preferences Toward Conventional Versus Complementary and Alternative Medical Clinic Advertisements? Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine 17 (10), S. 953 - 959 (2011)
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    Chang, D.-S.; Lee, H.; Lee, H.; Park, H.-J.; Chae, Y.: What to Wear When Practicing Oriental Medicine: Patients' Preferences for Doctors' Attire. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine 17 (8), S. 763 - 767 (2011)
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    Chae, Y.; Um, S.-I.; Yi, S.-H.; Lee, H.; Chang, D.-S.; Yin, C.; Park, H.-J.: Comparison of biomechanical properties between acupuncture and non-penetrating sham needle. Complementary Therapies in Medicine 19 (Supplement 1), S. S8 - S12 (2011)
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    Kang, O.-S.; Chang, D.-S.; Lee, M.-H.; Lee, H.; Park, H.-J.; Chae, Y.: Autonomic and subjective responses to real and sham acupuncture stimulation. Autonomic Neuroscience 159 (1-2), S. 127 - 130 (2011)

Buch (1)

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    Chang, D.-S.: Mein Hirn hat seinen eigenen Kopf: Wie wir andere und uns selbst wahrnehmen. Rowohlt Polaris, Reinbek bei Hamburg, Germany (2016), 252 S.

Konferenzbeitrag (1)

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    Chang, D.-S.: Die Wahrnehmung von sozialen Signalen. In: Kognition – Kooperation – Persuasion: Überzeugungen in Gehirn und Gesellschaft, S. 57 - 64 (Hg. Duerr, F.; Landkammer, F.; Bahnmüller, J.). Tagung 2013: Kognition und Kooperation: Überzeugungen in Gehirn und Gesellschaft, Tübingen, Germany. Weidler, Berlin, Germany (2015)

Meeting Abstract (6)

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    Chang, D.-S.; Fedorov, L.; Giese, M.; Bülthoff, H.; de la Rosa, S.: How your actions are coupled with mine: Adaptation aftereffects indicate shared representation of complementary actions. In Perception, 45 (How your actions are coupled with mine: Adaptation aftereffects indicate shared representation of complementary actions), S. 267 - 268. 39th European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP 2016), Barcelona, Spain. (2016)
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    Chang, D.-S.; Bülthoff, H.; de la Rosa, S.: How different is Action Recognition across Cultures? Visual Adaptation to Social Actions in Germany vs. Korea. In Europe-Korea Conference on Science and Technology (EKC 2016): Science, Technology and Humanity: Gateway to the Future, S. 162 - 162. Europe-Korea Conference on Science and Technology (EKC 2016): Science, Technology and Humanity: Gateway to the Future, Berlin, Germany. (2016)
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    Chang, D.-S.: Action Recognition Across Different Cultures. In Diversity of Social Cognition: Workshop on the Universality and Variability of Social Cognitive Processing, S. 5 - 6. Diversity of Social Cognition: Workshop on the Universality and Variability of Social Cognitive Processing, Köln, Germany. (2015)
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