Sidarus N, Travers E, Haggard P, Beyer F(2020). How social contexts affect cognition: mentalizing interferes with sense of agency during voluntary action. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology
Göttlich M, Westermair AL, Beyer F, Bußmann ML, Schweiger U, Krämer UM(2020). Neural basis of shame and guilt experience in women with borderline personality disorder. European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience
Ciardo F, Beyer F, De Tommaso D, Wykowska A(2019). Attribution of intentional agency towards robots reduces one’s own sense of agency. Cognition
Ciardo F, De Tommaso T, BEYER F, Wykowska A(2018). Reduced Sense of Agency in Human-Robot interaction. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence
Beyer F, Sidarus N, Fleming S, Haggard P(2018). Losing Control in Social Situations: How the Presence of Others Affects Neural Processes Related to Sense of Agency. eneuro vol. 5, (1) ENEURO.0336-17.2018.
Beyer F, Buades-Rotger M, Claes M, Krämer UM(2017). Hit or Run: Exploring Aggressive and Avoidant Reactions to Interpersonal Provocation Using a Novel Fight-or-Escape Paradigm (FOE). Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience vol. 11,
Beyer F, Krämer UM, Beckmann CF(2017). Anger-sensitive networks: characterizing neural systems recruited during aggressive social interactions using data-driven analysis. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience vol. 12, (11) 1711-1719.
Buades-Rotger M, Engelke C, Beyer F, Keevil BG, Brabant G, Krämer UM(2016). Endogenous testosterone is associated with lower amygdala reactivity to angry faces and reduced aggressive behavior in healthy young women. Scientific Reports vol. 6, (1) Article 38538,
Beyer F, Sidarus N, Bonicalzi S, Haggard P(2016). Beyond self-serving bias: diffusion of responsibility reduces sense of agency and outcome monitoring. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience vol. 12, (1) 138-145.
Beyer F, Münte TF, Göttlich M, Krämer UM(2014). Orbitofrontal Cortex Reactivity to Angry Facial Expression in a Social Interaction Correlates with Aggressive Behavior. Cerebral Cortex vol. 25, (9) 3057-3063.