Publikationen - Christian Montag

Publikationen in peer-reviewed Fachzeitschriften

259) Sindermann, C., Schmitt, H. S., Kargl, F., Herbert, C. & Montag, C. (in press). Online Privacy Literacy and Online Privacy Behavior – the role of crystallized intelligence and personality. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction.

258) Montag, C., Elhai, J. D. & Davis, K. (in press). A comprehensive overview on studies using the Affective Neuroscience Personality Scales in the psychological and psychiatric sciences. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews.

257) Marengo, D., Davis, K. L., Özkarar Gradwohl, G., & Montag, C. (in press). A meta‑analysis on individual differences in primary emotional systems and Big Five personality traits. Scientific Reports.

256) Sindermann, C., Lachmann, B., Elhai, J. D. & Montag, C. (in press). Personality associations with WhatsApp usage and usage of alternative messaging applications to protect one's own data. Journal of Individual Differences.

255) Berger, A., Sanwald, S., Montag, C.+ & Kiefer, M.+ (in press). The influence the BDNF Val66Met polymorphism on mechanisms of semantic priming: Analyses with drift-diffusion models of masked and unmasked priming. Advances in Cognitive Psychology.

254) Montag, C., Yang, H. & Elhai, J. D. (in press). On the psychology of TikTok use: A first glimpse on what we know from empirical studies. Frontiers in Public Health.

253) Elhai, J. D., Sapci, O., Yang, H., Amialchuk, A., Rozgonjuk, D. & Montag, C. (in press).  Objectively-measured smartphone use in relation to self-reported smartphone use, psychopathology symptoms, fear of missing out, procrastination, and academic productivity in college students. Emerging Technologies and Human Behavior.

252) Elhai, J. D., Yang, H., McKay, D., Asmundson, G. J. G., & Montag, C. (2021). Modeling anxiety and fear of COVID-19 using machine
learning in a sample of Chinese adults: Associations with psychopathology, sociodemographic, and exposure variables. Anxiety, Stress and Coping, 34(2), 130-144.251) Montag, C., Hegelich, S., Sindermann, C., Rozgonjuk, D., Marengo, D. & Elhai, J. D. (in press). On corporate responsibility when studying social-media-use and well-being. Trends in Cognitive Sciences.

250) Peterka-Bonetta, J., Sindermann, C., Elhai, J. D. & Montag, C. (in press). How objectively measured Twitter and Instagram use relate to self-reported personality and
tendencies towards Internet Use/Smartphone Use Disorder. Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies.

249) Sindermann, C., Yang, H., Liu, T., Elhai, J. D., Montag, C. (in press). WeChat - Its Problematic Use and Relations with the Big Five Personality Traits and Fear of Missing Out. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science.

248) Wernicke, J. & Montag, C. (in press). Gaming during childhood – Do relations with parental gaming and childrens’ ADHD-tendencies exist? Psychotherapeut.

247) Kou, J., Zhang, Y., Zhou, F., Sindermann, C., Montag, C., Becker, B. & Kendrick, K. M. (in press). A randomized trial shows dose-frequency and genotype may determine the therapeutic efficacy of intranasal oxytocin. Psychological Medicine.

246) Sindermann, C., Riedl, R., Elhai, J. D. & Montag, C. (in press). Linking the Technology Acceptance Model to Smartphone Use Disorder: Results of a Survey Study. Digital Psychology.

245) Rozgonjuk, D., Sindermann, C., Elhai, J. D., Montag, C. (in press). Comparing smartphone, WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat: Which platform elicits the greatest use disorder symptoms? Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking.

244) Elhai, J. D., McKay, D., Yang, H., Minaya, C., Montag, C., & Asmundson, G. J. G. (2021). Health anxiety related to problematic smartphone use and gaming disorder severity during COVID-19: Fear of missing out as a mediator. Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies, 3, 137-146.

243) Kou, J., Lan, C., Zhang, Y., Wang, Q., Zhou, F., Zhao, Z., Montag, C., Yao, S., Becker, B., Kendrick, K. (2021). In the nose or on the tongue? Contrasting motivational effects of oral and intranasal oxytocin on arousal and reward during social processing. Translational Psychiatry, 11, 94.

242) De Hesselle, L., Rozgonjuk, D., Sindermann, C. & Montag, C. (2021). The associations between Big Five personality traits, gaming motives, and self-reported time spent on gaming. Personality and Individual Differences, 171, 110483.

241) Ferentzi, E., Mai, S., Geiger, M., Köteles, F., Montag, C. & Pollatos, O. (2021). Interaction between sex and cardiac interoceptive accuracy in measures of induced pain. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 577961.

240) Stuckenschneider, T., Sanders, M. L., Devenney, K. E., Aaronson, J. A., Abeln, V., Claassen, J., Guinan, E., Lawlor, B., Meeusen, R., Montag, C., Olde Rikkert, M. G. M., Polidori, M. C., Reuter, M., Schultz, R. J., Vogt, T., Weber, B., Kessels, R. P. C., Schneider, S., on behalf of the NeuroExercise Study Group (2021). NeuroExercise: The effect of a 12-month exercise intervention on cognition in mild cognitive impairment -a multicenter randomized controlled trial. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 12, 621947.

239) Rozgonjuk, D., Sindermann, C., Elhai, J. D., & Montag, C. (2021). Individual differences in Fear of Missing Out (FoMO): Age, gender, and the Big Five personality trait domains, facets, and items. Personality and Individual Differences, 110546.

238) Lachmann, B., Doebler, A., Sindermann, C., Sariyska, R., Cooper, A., Haas, H. & Montag, C. (2021). Molecular genetics of life satisfaction: Investigating findings of a genome-wide association study and the role of the serotonin transporter. Journal of Happiness Studies, 22, 305-322.

237) Montag, C., Wegmann, E., Sariyska, R., Demetrovics, Z. & Brand, M. (2020). How to overcome taxonomical problems in the study of technology related use disorders and what to do with “smartphone addiction”? Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 9(4), 908-914.

236) Chen, Y., Li, Q., Zhang, Q., Kou, J., Zhang, Y., Cui, H., Wernicke, J., Montag, C., Becker, B., Kendrick, K. M. & Yao, S. (2020). The Effects of Intranasal Oxytocin on Neural and Behavioral Responses to Social Touch in the Form of Massage. Frontiers in neuroscience, 14, 1286.

235) Montag, C., & Elhai, J. D. (2020). Discussing digital technology overuse in children and adolescents during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond: On the importance of considering Affective Neuroscience Theory. Addictive Behaviors Reports, 12, 100313.

234) Marengo, D.*, Montag, C.*, Sindermann, C., Elhai, J. D., & Settanni, M. Examining the links between active Facebook use, received likes, self-esteem and happiness: A study using objective social media data. Telematics and Informatics, 58, 101523.

233) Spiegelberg, N., Breuer, S., Nielsen, J., Saliger, J., Montag, C., Karbe, H. & Markett, S. (2020). Cognitive fatigue predicts cognitive failure in MS patients and healthy controls: a case-control study. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, acaa118.

232) Montag, C. & Hegelich, S. (2020). Understanding detrimental aspects of social media use: will the real culprits please stand up? Frontiers in Sociology, 5, 599270.

231) Marengo, D., Sindermann, C., Häckel, D., Settanni, M., Elhai, J. D. & Montag, C. (2020). The Association between the Big Five Personality Traits and Smartphone Use Disorder: A Meta-Analysis. Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 9(3), 534-550.230) Wang, Y., Yang, H., Montag, C., & Elhai, J. D. (2020). Boredom proneness and rumination mediate relationships between depression and anxiety with problematic smartphone use severity. Current Psychology. 

229) Zhou, X., Wu, R., Liu, C., Kou, J., Chen, Y., Pontes, H. M., Yao, D., Kendrick, K. M., Becker, B.+ & Montag, C.+ (2020). Higher levels of (Internet) Gaming Disorder symptoms according to the WHO and APA frameworks associate with lower striatal volume. Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 9(3), 598-605.

228) Chen, Y., Becker, B. Zhang, Y, Cui, H., Du, J., Wernicke, J., Montag, C., Kendrick, K. M. & Yao, S. (2020). Oxytocin increases the pleasantness of affective touch and orbitofrontal cortex activity independent of valence. European Neuropsychopharmacology, 39, 99-110.

227) Wernicke, J., Zhang, Y., Felten, A., Du, J., Chen, Y., Yao, S., Kou, J., Kendrick, K.M., Becker, B., Reuter, M. & Montag, C. (2020). Blood oxytocin levels are not associated with ADHD tendencies and emotionality in healthy adults. Neuroscience Letters, 738, 135312.

226) Sindermann, C., Sha, P., Zhou, M., Wernicke, J., Schmitt, H., Li, M., Sariyska, R., Stavrou, M., Becker, B. & Montag, C.  (2020). Assessing the attitude towards artificial intelligence: Introduction of a short measure in German, Chinese and English language. Künstliche Intelligenz, 1-10.

225) Yu, F., Sariyska, R., Lachmann, B., Wang, Q., Reuter, M., Weber, B., Trautner, P., Yao, S., Montag, C.+ & Becker, B.+ (2020). Convergent cross-sectional and longitudinal evidence for gaming-cue specific posterior parietal dysregulations in early stages of Internet Gaming Disorder. Addiction Biology.

224) Rozgonjuk, D., Sindermann, C., Elhai, J. D., Christensen, A. P., & Montag, C. (2020). Associations between symptoms of problematic smartphone, Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram use: An item-level exploratory graph analysis perspective. Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 9(3), 686-697.

223) Montag, C., Dagum, P. & Elhai, J. D. (2020). On the need of digital phenotyping to get insights into mental states in the COVID-19 pandemic. Digital Psychology, 1(2), 40-42.

222) Liu, C., Xu, L., Li, J., Zhou, F., Yang, X., Zheng, X., Fu, M., Li, K., Sindermann, S., Montag, C., Ma, Y., Scheele, D., Ebstein, R. P., Kendrick, K. M. & Becker, B. (in press). Serotonin and early life stress interact to shape brain architecture and anxious avoidant behavior – a TPH2 imaging genetics approach. Psychological Medicine.

221) Lee, H. L., Heise, V., Stirnberg, R., Wu, S., Wang, X., Stoecker, T., Montag, C. and Axmacher, N. (2020). Genetic Alzheimer’s disease risk affects the neural mechanisms of pattern separation in hippocampal subfields. Current Biology, 30, 1-12.

220) Zhou, X., Meng, Y., Schmitt, H., Montag, C., Kendrick, K. M., Becker, B. (2020). Cognitive flexibility mediates the association between early life stress and habitual behavior. Personality and Individual Differences, 167, 110231.

219) Sanwald, S., Widenhorn-Müller, K., GenEmo Research Group, Montag, C.+ & Kiefer, M.+ (2020). Association of differences in promoter methylation of the structural oxytocin gene and critical life events in Major Depression: a case control study. Journal of Affective Disorders, 276, 829-838.

218) Montag, C., Ebstein, R., Jawinski, P. & Markett, S. (2020). Molecular genetics in psychology and personality neuroscience: On candidate genes, genome wide scans, and new research strategies. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 118, 163-174.

217) Montag, C., Sindermann, C., Lester, D. & Davis, K. L. (2020). Linking individual differences in satisfaction with each of Maslow’s Needs to the Big Five Personality Traits and Panksepp’s Primary Emotional Systems. Heliyon, 6(7), e04325.

216) Rozgonjuk, D., Sindermann, C., Elhai, J. D. & Montag, C. (2020). Fear of missing out (FoMO) and social media’s impact on daily life and productivity at work: do WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat use disorders mediate that association? Addictive Behaviors, 110, 106487.

215) Montag, C. & Elhai, J. D. (2020). Digital phenotyping - a case for cognitive functions and dementia? Digital Psychology, 1(1), 44-51.

214) Sindermann, C., Kuss, D. J., Throuvala, M., Griffiths, M. D. & Montag, C. (2020). Should we pay for our social media/messenger applications? Preliminary data on the acceptance of an alternative to the current prevailing data business model. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 1415.

213) Schmitt, H. S., Sindermann, C., Li, M., Ma, Y., Kendrick, K. M., Becker, B. & Montag, C. (2020). The dark side of emotion recognition – evidence from cross-cultural research in Germany and China. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 1132.

212) Sindermann, C., Riedl, R. & Montag, C. (2020). Investigating the Relationship between Personality and Technology Acceptance from a Gender Perspective. Future Internet, 12(7), 110.

211) Wagels, L., Votinov, M., Hüpen, P., Jung, S., Montag, C. & Habel, U. (2020). Single dose of testosterone and the MAOA VNTR polymorphism influence emotional and behavioral responses in men during a non-social frustration task. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 14, 93.

210) Elhai, J. D. & Montag, C. (2020). The compatibility of theoretical frameworks with machine learning analyses in psychological research. Current Opinion in Psychology, 36, 83-88.

209) Marengo, D. & Montag, C. (2020). Digital phenotyping of the Big Five of Personality via social media traces: a meta-analysis. Digital Psychology, 1(1), 52-64.

208) Király, O., Potenza, M. N., Stein, D. J., King, D. L., Hodgins, D. C., Saunders, J. B., Griffiths, M. D.,  Gjoneska, B., Billieux, J., Brand, M., Abbott, M. W., Chamberlain, S. R., Corazza, O., Burkauskas, J., Sales, C. M., Montag, C., Lochner, C., Grünblatt, E., Wegmann, E., Martinotti, G., Lee, H. K., Rumpf, H. J., Castro-Calvo, J., Rahimi-Movaghar, A., Higuchi, S., Menchon, J. M., Zohar, J., Pellegrini, L., Walitza, S., Fineberg, N. A. & Demetrovics, Z. (2020). Preventing problematic internet use during the COVID-19 pandemic: consensus guidance. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 100, 152180.

207) Marengo, D., Sindermann, C., Elhai, J. D. & Montag, C. (2020). One Social Media Company to Rule Them All: Associations Between Use of Facebook-Owned Social Media Platforms, Sociodemographic Characteristics, and the Big Five Personality Traits. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 936.

206) Sindermann, C., Cooper, A. & Montag, C. (2020). A short review on susceptibility to falling for fake political news. Current Opinion in Psychology, 36, 44-48.

205) Montag, C., Sindermann, C. & Baumeister, H. (2020). Digital phenotyping in psychological and medical sciences: a reflection about necessary prerequisites to reduce harm and increase benefits. Current Opinion in Psychology, 36, 19-24.

204) Markett, S., Reuter, M., Sindermann, C. & Montag, C. (2020). Cognitive failure susceptibility and personality: Self-directedness predicts everyday cognitive failure. Personality and Individual Differences, 159, 109916.

203) Sindermann, C., Duke, É. & Montag, C. (2020). Personality associations with Facebook Use and Tendencies towards Facebook Use Disorder. Addictive Behaviors Reports, 11, 100264.

202) Liebherr, M., Schubert, P., Antons, S., Montag, C. & Brand, M. (2020). Smartphones and attention, curse or blessing? - A review on the effects of smartphone usage on attention, inhibition, and working memory. Computers in Human Behavior Reports, 1, 100005.

201) Schivinski, B., Brzozowska-Woś, M., Stansbury, E., Satel, J., Montag, C. & Pontes, H. M. (2020). Exploring the role of social media use motives, psychological well-being, self-esteem, and affect in problematic social media use. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 617140.

200) Elhai, J. D., Yang, H., Dempsey, A. E., & Montag, C. (2020). Rumination and negative smartphone use expectancies are associated with greater levels of problematic smartphone use: A latent class analysis. Psychiatry Research, 285, 112845.

199) Hussain, Z. Wegmann, E., Yang, H. & Montag, C. (2020). Problematic Use of Chinese Social Networking Sites and Associations with Depression and Anxiety symptoms: A Systematic Review of Recent Research. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 211.

198) Montag, C. & Becker, B. (2020). Internet and Smartphone Use Disorder in Asia. Addictive Behaviors, 107, 106380.

197) Sindermann, C., Elhai, J.D., Montag, C. (2020). Predicting Tendencies towards the Disordered Use of Facebook’s Social Media Platforms: On the role of Personality, Social Anxiety and Impulsivity. Psychiatry Research, 285, 112793.

196) Sindermann, C., Elhai, J., Moshagen, M. & Montag. C. (2020). Age, gender, personality, ideological attitudes and individual differences in a person’s news spectrum: How many and who might be prone to “filter bubbles” and “echo chambers” online? Heliyon, 6(1), e03214.

195) Sanwald, S., Montag, C. & Kiefer, M. (2020). Depressive Emotionality Moderates the Influence of the BDNF Val66Met Polymorphism on Executive Functions and on Unconscious Semantic Priming. Journal of Molecular Neuroscience, 70(5), 699-712.

194) Wernicke, J., Zabel, J., Zhang, Y., Becker, B., & Montag, C. (2020). Relation between tendencies to attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and the 2D:4D digit ratio: empirical evidence from Germany and China. Early Human Behavior, 143, 104943.

193) Elhai, J., Yang, H., Rozgonjuk, D. & Montag, C. (2020). Using machine learning to model problematic smartphone use severity: The significant role of fear of missing out. Addictive Behaviors, 103, 106261.

192) Sindermann, C., Luo, R., Becker, B., Kendrick, K. M. & Montag, C. (2020). The role of oxytocin on self-serving lying. Brain and Behavior, 10, e01518.

191) Elhai, J. D., Yang, H. & Montag, C. (2020). Fear of missing out (FOMO): Overview, theoretical underpinnings, and literature review on relations with severity of negative affectivity and problematic technology use. Brazilian Journal of Psychiatry. DOI: 10.1590/1516-4446-2020-0870

190) Sanwald, S., Gahr, M., Widenhorn-Müller, K., Schönfeldt-Lecuona, C., Richter, K., Connemann, B. J., Kammer, T., Montag, C.+ & Kiefer, M.+ (2020). Relation of promoter methylation of the oxytocin gene to stressful life events and depression severity. Journal of Molecular Neuroscience, 70, 201-211.

189) Montag, C., Schivinski, B., Sariyska, R., Kannen, C., Demetrovics, Z. & Pontes, H. (2019). Psychopathological symptoms and gaming motives in disordered gaming: A psychometric comparison between the WHO and APA diagnostic frameworks. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 8, 1691. doi:10.3390/jcm8101691

188) Messner, E.M., Sariyska, R., Mayer, B., Montag, C., Kannen, C., Schwerdtfeger, A. & Harald Baumeister (2019). Insights – Future Implications of Passive Smartphone Sensing in the Therapeutic Context. Verhaltenstherapeut. DOI: 10.1159/000501951

187) Zhao, W., Luo, R., Sindermann, C., Li, J., Wei, Z., Zhang, Y., Liu, C., Le., J.,  Quintana, D. S., Montag, C., Becker, B. &  Kendrick, K. M.  (2019).  Oxytocin modulation of self-referential processing is partly replicable and sensitive to oxytocin receptor genotype. Progress in Neuropsychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry, 96, 109734.

186) Jung, S., Sindermann, C., Li, M., Wernicke, J., Quan, L., Ko, H.C. & Montag, C. (2019). Anxiety related coping styles, social support and Internet Use Disorder. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 10, 640.

185) Montag, C., Lachmann, B., Herrlich, M. & Zweig, K. (2019). Addictive features of social media/messenger platforms and Freemium games against the background of psychological and economic theories. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16, 2612.

184) Montag, C., Davis, K., Lazarevic, L. B. & Knezevic, G. (2019). A Serbian version of the ANPS and its link to the five factor model of personality. Open Psychology, 1, 303-316.

183) Sanwald, S., Widenhorn-Müller, K., Wernicke, J., Sindermann, C., Kiefer, M. & Montag, C. (2019). Depression is associated with the absence of sex differences in the 2D:4D ratio of the right hand. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 10, 483.

182) Jung, S., Sindermann, C., Lachmann, B., & Montag, C. (2019). Genome wide linked rs2572431 polymorphism to neuroticism is also associated with individual differences in anxiety related coping modes. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, 1451.

181) Montag, C., Bleek, B., Reuter, M., Müller, T., Weber, B., Faber, J. & Markett, S. (2019). Basal ganglia and stuttering: new evidence from a case-control study applying DARTEL. NeuroImage Clinical, 23, 101890.

180) Peterka-Bonetta, J., Sindermann, C., Elhai, J. D. & Montag, C. (2019). Personality associations with Smartphone and Internet Use Disorder: A comparison study including links to impulsivity and social anxiety. Frontiers in Digital Health, 7, 127.

179) Elhai, J. D., Yang, H., & Montag, C. (2019). Maladaptive cognitive and emotion processes: Mechanisms explaining depression and anxiety’s relations with problematic smartphone use. Current Addiction Reports, 6, 410-417.

178) Sindermann, C., Cooper, A. & Montag, C. (2019). Empathy, autism and systemizing tendencies – Relationships between prominent self-report measures. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 10, 307.

177) Pontes, H. M., Schivinski, B., Sindermann, C., Li, M., Becker, B., Zhou, M. & Montag, C. (2019). Measurement and conceptualization of Gaming Disorder according to the World Health Organization framework: The development of the Gaming Disorder Test. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction.

176) Li, X., Hildebrandt, A., Sommer, W., Wilhelm, O., Reuter, M., Montag, C., & Zhou, C. (2019). Cognitive Performance in Young APOE ε4 and ε2 Carriers – A Latent Variable Approach for Assessing the Genotype–Phenotype Relationship. Behavior Genetics.

175) Montag, C. & Elhai, J. (2019). A new agenda for personality psychology in the digital age? Personality and Individual Differences, 147, 128-134.

174) Montag, C. & Becker, M. (2019). Psychological and neuroscientific advances to understand Internet Use Disorder. Neuroforum, 25(2), 99-107.

173) Wagels, L., Votinov, M., Kellermann, T., Konzok, J., Jung, S., Montag, C., Schneider, F., Eisert, A, Beyer, C., Habel, U. (2019). Exogenous testosterone and the monoamine-oxidase A polymorphism influence anger, aggression and neural responses to provocation in males. Neuropharmacology, 156, 107491.

172) Weidler, C., Wagels, L., Regenbogen, C., Hofhansel, L., Blendy, J.A., Clemens, B., Montag, C., & Habel, U. (2019). Genetics of aggression: the influence of the OPRM1 (A118G) polymorphism on behavioral and neural correlates of aggression in healthy males. Neuropharmacology, 156, 107467.

171) Sittler, M. C., Cooper, A. & Montag, C. (in press). Is empathy involved in our emotional experience while listening to music? The role of PRL_rs1205960 and subjective rated empathy. Psychomusicology: Mind, Music and Brain.

170) Lachmann, B, Duke, É, Sariyska, R. & Montag, C. (in press). Who’s addicted to the smartphone and/or the Internet? Empirical evidence for a common personality structure vulnerable to digital addictive tendencies. Psychology of Popular Media Culture.

169) Wernicke, J., Li, M., Zhou, M., Sha, P., Sindermann, C., Becker, B., Kendrick, K. & Montag, C. (2019). Individual differences in tendencies to attention-deficit / hyperactivity disorder and emotionality: Empirical evidence in young healthy adults from Germany and China. Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorders. 11(2), 167-182.

168) Sha, P., Sariyska, R., Riedl, R., Lachmann, B. & Montag, C. (2019). Linking Internet Communication and Smartphone Use Disorder by taking a closer look at the Facebook and WhatsApp applications. Addictive Behaviors Reports, 9, 100148.

167) Knezevic, G., Lazarevic, L. B. Montag, C. & Davis, K.  (2019). Relations between lexical and biological perspectives on personality: new evidence based on HEXACO and Affective Neuroscience Theory. Journal of Personality Assessment, 102(3), 325-336.

166) Sariyska, R., Markett, S., Lachmann, B. & Montag, C. (2019). What does our personality say about our dietary choices? Insights on the associations between dietary habits and primary emotional systems, and the Dark Triad of personality. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, 2591.

165) Montag, C., Baumeister, H., Kannen, C., Sariyska, R., Meßner, E. M. & Brand, M. (2019). Concept, possibilities and pilot-testing of a new smartphone application for the social and life sciences to study human behavior including validation data from personality psychology. J., 2, 102-115.

164) van den Heuvel, M. P., Scholtens, L. H., van der Burgh, H. K., Agosta, F., Alloza, C., Arango, C., Auyeung, B., Baron-Cohen, S., Basaia, S., Benders, M. J. N. L., Beyer, F., Booij, L., Braun, K. P. J., Filho, G. B., Cahn, W., Cannon, D. M., Chaim-Avancini, T. M., Chan, S. S. M., Chen, E. Y. H., Crespo-Facorro, B., Crone, E. A., Dannlowski, U., de Zwarte S. M. C., Dietsche, B., Donohoe, G., Du Plessis, S., Durston, S., Díaz-Caneja, C. M., Díaz-Zuluaga, A. M., Emsley, R., Filippi, M., Frodl, T., Gorges, M., Graff, B., Grotegerd, D., Gasecki, D., Hall, J. M., Holleran, L., Holt, R., Hopman, H. J., Jansen, A., Janssen, J., Jodzio, K., Jäncke, L., Kaleda, V. G., Kassubek, J., Kharabian Masouleh, S., Kircher, T., Koevoets, M. G. J. C, Kostic, V. S., Krug, A., Lawrie, S. M., Lebedeva, I. S., Lee, E. H. M., Lett, T. A., Lewis, S. J. G., Liem F, Lombardo, M. V., Lopez-Jaramillo, C., Margulies, D. S., Markett, S., Marques, P., Martínez-Zalacaín, I., McDonald, C., McIntosh, A. M., McPhilemy, G., Meinert, S. L.,  Menchón, J. M., Montag, C., Moreira, P. S., Morgado, P., Mothersill, D. O., Mérillat, S., Müller, H.-P., Nabulsi, L., Najt, P., Narkiewicz, K., Naumczyk, P., Oranje, B., Ortiz-Garcia de la Foz, V., Peper, J. S., Pineda, J. A., Rasser, P. E., Redlich, R., Repple, J., Reuter, M., Rosa, P. G. P., Ruigrok, A. N. V., Sabisz, A., Schall, U., Seedat, S., Serpa, M. H., Skouras, S., Soriano-Mas, C., Sousa, N., Szurowska, E., Tomyshev, A. S., Tordesillas-Gutierrez, D., Valk, S. L., van den Berg, L. H., van Erp, T. G. M., van Haren, N. E. M., van Leeuwen, J. M. C., Villringer, A., Vinkers, C. C. H., Vollmar, C., Waller, L., Walter, H., Whalley, H. C., Witkowska, M., Veronica Witte, A., Zanetti, M. V., Zhang, R. and de Lange, S. C. (2019). 10Kin1day: A Bottom-Up Neuroimaging Initiative. Frontiers in Neurology, 10, 425.

163) Meixner, F., Montag, C., & Herbert, C. (2019). Affective Language and its Molecular Genetic Underpinnings: Exploring the Relationship Between Genetic Variations of the OXTR Gene (rs53576) and the Emotional Evaluation of Words Related to the Self or the Other. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, 68.

162) Davis, K. L. & Montag, C. (2019). Selected Principles of Pankseppian Affective Neuroscience. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 12, 1025.

161) Sindermann, C., Sariyska, R., Lachmann, B., Brand, M. & Montag, C. (2019). Associations between the Dark Triad of Personality and unspecified/specific Forms of Internet-Use Disorder. Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 7(4), 985-992.

160) Sariyska, R., Lachmann, B., Cheng, C., Gnisci, A., Kaliszewska-Czeremska, K. Laconi, S., Zhong, S., Toraman, D. & Montag, C. (2019). The Motivation for Facebook use: Is it a matter of bonding or control over others?  Evidence from a cross-cultural study. Journal of Individual Differences, 40, 26-35.

159) Peterka-Bonetta, J., Sindermann, C., Zhou, M., Li, M., Sha, P., & Montag, C. (2019). The Relationship Between Problematic Internet use, Depression and Burnout Among Chinese and German Students. Addictive Behaviors, 89, 188-199.

158) Sauer, C., Montag, C., Reuter, M. & Kirsch, P. (2019). Oxytocinergic modulation of brain activation to cues related to reproduction and attachment: differences and commonalities during the perception of erotic and fearful social scenes. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 136, 87-96.

157) Zhou, F.,* Montag, C.,* Sariyska, R., Lachmann, B., Reuter, M., Weber, B., Trautner, P., Kendrick, K. M., Markett, S. & Becker, B. (2019). Orbitofrontal gray matter deficits as marker of Internet gaming disorder: converging evidence from a cross-sectional and prospective longitudinal design. Addiction Biology, 24(1), 100-109.

156) Markett, S., Wudarczyk, O., Biswal, B., Jawinski, P. & Montag, C. (2018). Affective Network Neuroscience. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 12, 895.

155) Montag, C., Becker, B. & Gan, C. (2018). The multi-purpose application WeChat usage: a review on recent literature. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 2247.

154) Montag, C. (2018). Cross-cultural research projects as an effective solution for the replication crisis in psychology and psychiatry. Asian Journal of Psychiatry, 38, 31-32.

153) Sariyska, R., Rathner, E.M., Baumeister, H. & Montag, C. (2018). Feasibility of linking molecular genetic markers to real-world social network size tracked on smartphones. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 12, 945.

152) King, D. L. & Gaming Industry Response Consortium mit Montag, C. (2018). Comment on the global gaming industry’s statement on ICD-11 gaming disorder: A corporate strategy to disregard harm and deflect social responsibility? Addiction, 113, 2145-2146.

151) Sindermann, C., Luo, R., Kendrick, K. M., Becker, B. & Montag, C. (2018). The COMT Val158Met polymorphism and reaction to a transgression: replication of genetic associations in a Chinese and German sample. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 12, 148.

150) Scholz, R. W., Bartelsman, E.J., Diefenbach, S., Franke, L., Grunwald, A., Helbing, D., Hill, R., Hilty, L., Höjer, M., Kirchner, C., Klauser, S., Montag, C., Parycek, P., Prote, J. P., Renn, O., Reichel, A., Schuh, G., Steiner, G., Pereira, G. V. (2018) Unintended side effects of the digital transition: European scientists’ messages from a proposition-based expert round table. Sustainability, 10, 2001.

149) Zimmermann, J., Nadja, D., Montag, C., Reuter, M., Felten, A., Becker, B., Weber, B. & Markett, S. (2018) A common polymorphism on the oxytocin receptor gene (rs2268498) and resting-state functional connectivity of amygdala subregions - a genetic imaging study. NeuroImage, 179, 1-10.

148) Melchers, M., Plieger, T., Montag, C., Reuter, M. Spinath, F. M. & Hahn, E. (2018). The heritability of response styles and its impact on heritability estimates of personality: a twin study. Personality and Individual Differences, 134, 16-24.

147) Prillwitz, C.C., Rüber, T., Reuter, M., Montag, C., Weber, B. Elger, C. & Markett, S. (2018). The salience network and human personality: Integrity of white matter tracts within anterior and posterior salience network relates to the self-directedness character trait. Brain Research, 1692, 66-73.

146) Markett, S., Montag, C. & Reuter, M. (2018). Network Neuroscience and Personality. Personality Neuroscience, 1, e14.

145) Stodt, B. Brand, M., Sindermann, C., Wegmann, E., Li, M., Zhou, M., Sha, P. & Montag, C. (2018). Investigating the effect of Personality, Internet literacy, and Use Expectancies in Internet-Use Disorder Symptoms: Results from a Comparative Study between China and Germany. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15(4), 579.

144) Montag, C. & Davis, K. (2018). Affective Neuroscience Theory and Personality: An update. Personality Neuroscience, 1, e12.

143) Lachmann, B., Sindermann, C., Sariyska, R., Luo, R., Melchers, M., Becker, B. & Montag, C. (2018). The Role of Empathy and Life Satisfaction in Smartphone Use Disorder. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 398.

142) Nielsen, J., Saliger, J., Montag, C., Markett, S., Nöhring, C., & Karbe, H. (2018). Facing the Unknown: Fear of Progression is Related to Depression, Fatigue, and Action Control in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 87(3), 190-192.

141) Davis, K. & Montag, C. (2018). A tribute to Jaak Panksepp (1943-2017). Personality Neuroscience, 1, e9.

140) Montag, C. & Diefenbach, S. (2018). Towards Homo Digitalis: Important Research Issues for Psychology and the Neurosciences at the Dawn of the Internet of Things and the Digital Society. Sustainability, 10, 415.

139) Sindermann, C., Markett, S., Jung, S. & Montag C. (2018). Genetic variation of COMT impacts mindfulness and everyday cognitive failure but not attentional control. Mindfulness, 9(5), 1479-1485.

138) Montag, C.*, Zhao, Z. *, Sindermann, C., Xu, L., Fu, M., Li, J., Zheng, X., Li, K., Kendrick, K. M., Dai, J. & Becker, B. (2018). Internet Communication Disorder and the structure of the human: initial insights on WeChat addiction. Scientific Reports, 8, 2155.

137) Lachmann, B., Sariyska, R., Kannen, C., Błaszkiewicz, K., Trendafilov, B., Andone, I., Eibes, M., Markowetz, A., Li, M., Kendrick, K. M. & Montag, C. (2018). Contributing to overall life satisfaction: Personality traits versus life satisfaction variables revisited – replication impossible? Behavioral Sciences, 8, 1.

136) Markett, S., Reuter, M., Heeren, B., Lachmann, B., Weber, B. & Montag, C. (2018). Working memory capacity and the functional connectome – insights from resting state fMRI and voxelwise eigenvector centrality mapping. Brain Imaging and Behavior, 12(1), 238-246.

135) Sindermann, C., Luo, R., Zhao, Z., Li, Q, Li, M., Kendrick, K. M. & Panksepp, J., Montag, C. (2018). Agreeableness is the Personality Trait most strongly associated with Vengefulness in Germany as well as China. Personality and Individual Differences, 121, 184-192.

134) Plieger, T., Felten, A., Melchers, M., Markett, S., Montag, C., Reuter, M. (2018). Association between a functional Polymorphism on the Dopamine-β-Hydroxylase Gene and Reward Dependence in two independent samples. Personality and Individual Differences, 121, 218-222.

133) Duke, É., Schnuerch, R., Heeren, G., Reuter, M., Montag, C., & Markett, S. (2018). Cortical asymmetry at medial and posterior – but not anterior - sites predicts individual differences in behavioural loss aversion. Personality and Individual Differences, 121, 206-212.

132) Müller, M., Brand, M., Mies, J, Lachmann, B., Sariyska, R. & Montag, C. (2017). The 2D:4D marker and different forms of Internet Use Disorder. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 213.

131) Montag, C., Sindermann, C., Melchers, M., Jung, S., Luo, R., Becker, B., Xie, J., Xu, W., Guastella, A. J. & Kendrick, K. M. (2017). A functional polymorphism of the OXTR gene is associated with autistic traits in Caucasian and Asian populations. American Journal of Medical Genetics – Part B, 174(8):808-816.

130) Sindermann, C., Saliger, J., Nielsen, J., Markett, S., Karbe, H., Stavrou, M. & Montag, C. (2017). Personality and primary emotional traits: Disentangling Multiple Sclerosis related Fatigue and Depression. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 33(5), 552-561.

129) Markett, S., de Reus, M. A., Reuter, M., Montag, C., Weber, B., Schoene-Bake, J. C. & van den Heuvel, M. P. (2017). Variation on the dopamine D2 receptor gene (DRD2) is associated with basal ganglia-to-frontal structural connectivity. NeuroImage, 155, 473-479.

128) Wagels, L., Votinov, M., Radke, S., Clemens, B., Montag, C., Jung, S. & Habel, U. (2017). Blunted insula activation reflects increased risk taking by exogenous testosterone in MAOA low participants. Human Brain Mapping, 38, 4574-4593.

127) Lachmann, B., Sariyska, R., Kannen, C., Stavrou, M. & Montag, C. (2017). Commuting, life-satisfaction and Internet addiction. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 14, 1176.

126) Sindermann, C., Kendrick, K., Becker, B., Li, M. Li, S. & Montag, C. (2017). Does growing up in Urban compared to Rural Areas shape Primary Emotional Traits? Behavioral Sciences, 7, 60.

125) Duke, É. & Montag, C. (2017). Smartphone addiction, daily interruptions and self-reported productivity. Addictive Behaviors Reports, 6, 90-95.

124) Montag, C., Markowetz, A., Blaszkiewicz, K., Andone, I., Lachmann, B., Sariyska, R., Trendafilov, B., Eibes, M., Kolb, J., Reuter, M., Weber, B. & Markett, S. (2017). Facebook usage on smartphones and gray matter volume of the nucleus accumbens.  Behavioural Brain Research, 329, 221-228.

123) Reuter, M, Montag, C.,  Altmann, S.,  Bendlow, F., Elger, C., Kirsch, P.,  Becker, A. J. , Schoch, S., Simon, M., Weber, B., Felten, A. (2017). Functional characterization of an oxytocin receptor gene variant (rs2268498) previously associated with social cognition by expression analysis in vitro and in human brain biopsy. Social Neuroscience, 12(5), 604-611.

122) Melchers, M., Montag, C., Markett, S., Niazy, N., Johanna Groß-Bölting, Zimmermann, J. & Reuter, M. (2017). The OXTR Gene, Implicit Learning and Social Processing: Does Empathy evolve from Perceptual Skills for Details? Behavioural Brain Research, 329, 35-40.

121) Devenney, K.E., Lawlor, B.., Olde Rikkert, M. G., Schneider, S., Aaronson, J. A.., Abeln, V.., Classen, J. A., Coen, R. F., Guinan, E. M., Ferguson, D., Kessels, R. P., Meeusen, R., Montag, C., Murphy, R. T., Polidori, M. C., Reuter, M., Sanders, M. L., Strüder, H. K., Thijssen, D. H., Vogt, T., Walsh, C., Weber, B., Hoblyn, J., Eustace, A., McGreevy, C., Denihan, A., Kinsella, J., Lyons, D., Kennelly, S. (2017) The effects of an extensive exercise programme on the progression of Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. BMC Geriatrics, 17(1), 75.

120) Montag, C. & Panksepp, J. (2017). Primary emotional systems and personality: an evolutionary perspective. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 464.

119) Sariyska, R., Lachmann, B., Markett, S., Reuter, M. & Montag, C. (2017). Individual differences in implicit learning strategies and risk taking tendencies in the context of Internet addiction and Internet Gaming Disorder under consideration of gender. Addictive Behaviors Reports, 5, 19-28.

118) Harms, C., Jackel, L. & Montag, C. (2017). Reliability and Completion Speed in Online Questionnaires under consideration of Personality. Personality and Individual Differences, 111, 281-290.

117) Kunz, L., Reuter, M., Axmacher, N. & Montag, C. (2017). Conscientiousness is negatively associated with grey matter volume in young APOE e4 carriers. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, 56, 1135-1144.

116) Müller, M. & Montag, C. (2017). The relationship between Internet addiction and alcohol consumption is influenced by the smoking status in male online video gamers. Clinical Neuropsychiatry, 14(1), 34-43.

115) Hahn, E., Reuter, M., Spinath, F. M. & Montag, C. (2017). Internet Addiction and its Facets: The Role of Genetics and the Relation to Self-Directedness. Addictive Behaviors, 65, 137-146.

114) Deris, N., Montag, C., Reuter, M., Weber, R. & Markett, S. (2017). Functional connectivity in the resting brain as biological correlate of the Affective Neuroscience Personality Scales. NeuroImage, 147, 423-431.

113) Markett, S., de Reus, M. A., Reuter, M., Montag, C., Weber, B., Schöne-Bake, J. C. & van den Heuvel, M. P. (2017). Serotonin and the brain’s rich club - association between molecular genetic variation on the TPH2 gene and the structural connectome. Cerebral Cortex, 27(3), 2166-2174.

112) Andone, I., Błaszkiewicz, K., Eibes, M., Trendafilov, B., Montag, C., & Markowetz, A. (2016, September). How age and gender affect smartphone usage. In Proceedings of the 2016 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing: Adjunct (pp. 9-12). ACM.

111) Andone, I., Błaszkiewicz, K., Eibes, M., Trendafilov, B., Montag, C., & Markowetz, A. (2016, September). Menthal: a framework for mobile data collection and analysis. In Proceedings of the 2016 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing: Adjunct (pp. 624-629). ACM.

110) Andone, I., Blaszkiewicz, K., Eibes, M., Trendafilov, B., Montag, C., & Markowetz, A. (2016, September). Menthal: quantifying smartphone usage. In Proceedings of the 2016 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing: Adjunct (pp. 559-564). ACM.

109) Montag, C.,* Widenhorn-Müller, K.*, Panksepp, J. & Kiefer, M. (2016). Individual differences in Affective Neuroscience Personality Scale (ANPS) primary emotional traits and depressive tendencies. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 73, 136-142.

108) Montag, C.*, Sindermann, C.*, Becker, B. & Panksepp, J. (2016). An affective neuroscience framework for the molecular study of Internet addiction. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 1906.

107) Markett, S., Montag, C., Melchers, M., Weber, B. & Reuter, M. (2016). Anxious personality and functional efficiency of the insular-opercular network:  A graph-analytic approach to resting-state fMRI. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience, 16(6):1039-1049.

106) Montag, C., Duke, É, Peng, S., Zhou, A., Sindermann, C. & Li, M. (2016). Does acceptance of power distance influence propensities for problematic Internet use? Evidence from a cross cultural study. Asia Pacific Psychiatry, 8, 296-301.

105) Montag, C., Zander, T. & Schneider, S. (2016). Who dares to join a parabolic flight? Acta Astronautica, 129, 223-228.

104) Markett, S., Bleek, B., Reuter, M., Prüss, H., Richardt, K., Müller, T., Yaruss, J. S. & Montag, C. (2016). Impaired motor inhibition in adults who stutter – evidence from speech-free stop-signal reaction time tasks. Neuropsychologia, 91, 444-450.

103) Melchers, M., Montag, C., Reuter, M., Spinath, F. & Hahn, E. (2016). The heriatability of empathy and its facets. Motivation and Emotion, 40(5), 720-730.

102) Montag, C. & Panksepp, J. (2016). Primal Emotional-Affective Expressive Foundations of Human Facial Expression. Motivation and Emotion, 40(5), 760-766.

101) Waskow, S., Markett, S., Montag, C., Weber, B., Trautner, P. & Reuter, M. (2016). Pay what you want. A pilot study in neural correlates of voluntary payments for music. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 1023.

100) Montag, C., Duke, É & Markowetz, A. (2016). Towards Psychoinformatics: Computer Science meets Psychology. Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine, Volume 2016, Article ID 2983685.

99) Sindermann, C., Li., M., Warneck, L., Sariyska, R.,  Lachmann, B., Duke, É & Montag, C. (2016). The 2D:4D ratio and the Five Factor Model of Personality: A replication study from China and Germany. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 811.

98) Markett, S., Heeren, G., Montag, C., Weber, B. & Reuter, M. (2016). Loss aversion is associated with bilateral insula volume. A voxel based morphometry study. Neuroscience Letters, 619, 172-176.

97) Montag, C.,* Hahn, L.,* Reuter, M., Spinath, F., Davis, K. & Panksepp, J. (2016). The role of nature and nurture for individual differences in primary emotional systems: evidence from a twin study. PLoSOne, 11(3),  e0151405.

96) Lachmann, B., Sariyska, R., Kannen, C., Cooper, A. & Montag, C. (2016). Life satisfaction and problematic Internet use: Evidence for gender specific effects. Psychiatry Research, 238, 363-367.

95) Melchers, M., Li., M., Haas, B., Reuter, M., Bischoff, L. & Montag, C. (2016). Similar personality patterns are associated with empathy in four different countries. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 290.

94) Montag, C. & Walla, P. (2016). Carpe Diem. Beyond digital addiction or why we all suffer from digital overuse. Cogent Psychology, 3, 1157281.

93) Heeren, G., Markett, S., Montag, C., Gibbons, H. & Reuter, M. (2016). Decision conflict and loss aversion – an ERP study. Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics, 9, 50-63.

92) Markett, S.*, Montag, C.*, Heeren, B., Sariyska, R., Lachmann, B., Weber, B. & Reuter, M. (2016). Voxelwise eigenvector centrality mapping of the human functional connectome reveals an influence of the COMT val158met polymorphism on functional connectivity in the default mode network. Brain Structure and Function, 221, 2755-65.

91) Kunz, L., Schroeder, T. N., Lee, H., Montag, C., Lachmann, B., Sariyska, R., Reuter, M. Stirnberg, R., Stoecker, T., Messing-Floeter, P.C., Fell, J., Doeller, C., Axmacher, N. (2015). Reduced grid-like representations in adults at genetic risk for Alzheimer's disease. Science, 350,  430-433.

90) Montag, C., Blaskiewicz, K., Lachmann, B., Sariyska, R., Andone, I., Trendafilov, B. & Markowetz, A. (2015). Recorded behavior as a valuable resource for psychodiagnostics in mobile phone addiction: evidence from psychoinformatics. Behavioral Sciences, 5, 434-442.

89) Jafari, R., Baziar, M., Bleek, B., Reuter, M. & Montag, C. (2015). Personality attributes of Iranian people who stutter. Journal of Communication Disorders, 58, 119-125.

88) Voigt, G., Montag, C., Markett, S. & Reuter, M. (2015). Loss Aversion is associated with BDNF Val66Met and DRD2/ANKK1 Taq 1A. Behavioral Neuroscience, 129, 801-811.

87) Netter, P., Montag, C., Reuter, M., Baars, M. & Gallhofer, B. (2015). Genetic variation of the MAO B gene is related to shorter reaction times in alcohol dependent patients. Journal of Addiction Medicine and Therapy, 3(1): 1014.

86) Montag, C., Błaszkiewicz, K., Sariyska, R., Lachmann, B., Andone, I., Trendafilov, B., Eibes, M.  & Markowetz, A. (2015). Smartphone usage in the 21st century: Who’s active on WhatsApp? BMC Research Notes, 8, 331.

85) Bey, K., Montag, C., Reuter, M., Weber, B. & Markett, S. (2015). Susceptibility to everyday cognitive failure is reflected in functional network interactions in the resting brain. NeuroImage, 121, 1-9.

84) Melchers, M., Li, M., Chen, Y., Zhang, W. & Montag, C. (2015). Lower empathy is associated with problematic Internet use: empirical evidence from Germany and China. Asian Journal of Psychiatry, 17, 56-60.

83) Fischer, A. G., Endrass, T.,   Goebel, I., Reuter, M.,  Montag, C., Kubisch, C., & Ullsperger, U. (2015). Interactive effects of citalopram and serotonin transporter genotype on neural correlates of response inhibition and attentional orienting. NeuroImage, 116, 59-67.   

82) Montag, C., Kannen, C., Lachmann, B., Sariyska, R., Duke, É, Reuter, M. & Markowetz, A. (2015). The importance of analogue zeitgebers to reduce digital addictive tendencies in the 21st century. Addictive Behaviors Reports, 2, 23-27.

81) Netter, P., Baars, M.Y., Harro, J., Reuter M., Montag, C., Eenso, D. Müller M.J., Gallhofer, B. (2015). MAO-B activity in platelets and the MAO-B gene polymorphism are differently related to personality traits in alcohol dependent patients. International Neuropsychiatric Disease Journal, 4, 14-28.

80) Sariyska, R., Reuter, M., Lachmann, B. & Montag, C. (2015). ADHD is a better predictor for problematic Internet use than depression: Evidence from Germany. Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy, 6, 1. 1000209.

79) Plieger, T., Melchers, M., Montag, C., Meermann, R., Reuter, M. (2015). Life stress as a potential risk factor for depression and burnout. Burnout Research, 2, 19-24.

78) Reuter, M., Cooper, A., Smillie, L., Markett, S. & Montag, C. (2015). A new measure for the revised reinforcement sensitivity theory: psychometric criteria and genetic validation. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, 9, 38.

77) Kuss, K., Falk, A., Trautner, P., Montag, C., Weber, B., Fliessbach, K. (2015). Neuronal correlates of social decision making are influenced by social value orientation – an fMRI study. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 9, 40.

76) Montag, C., Hall, J., Markett, S., Plieger, T., Felten, A., Melchers, M. & Reuter, M. (2015). The DRD3 Ser9Gly polymorphism, Machiavellianism and its link to schizotypal personality. Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics. 8, 48-57.

75) Melchers, M., Montag, C., Felten, A. & Reuter, M. (2015). The Oxytocin Receptor Genotype and Social Perception. Social Neuroscience, 10, 345-53.

74) Melchers, M., Markett, S., Montag, C., Weber, B., Trautner, P., Buss, P. & Reuter, M. (2015). Reality TV and vicarious embarrassment: an fMRI study. NeuroImage, 109C:109-117.

73) Montag, C., Bleek, B., Breuer, S., Prüss, H., Richardt, K., Cook, S., Yaruss, J. S. & Reuter, M. (2015). Prenatal testosterone and stuttering. Early Human Development, 91, 43-46.

72) Melchers, M., Montag, C., Markett, S. & Reuter, M. (2015). Assessment of empathy via self-report and behavioral paradigms: data on convergent and discriminant validity. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 20(2):157-71.

71) Montag, C., Bey, K., Sha, P., Li, M., Chen, Y. F., Liu, W. Y., Zhou, Y. K., Li, C., Markett, S. & Reuter, M. (2015). Is it meaningful to distinguish between generalized and specific internet addiction? Evidence from a cross-cultural study from Germany, Sweden, Taiwan and China. Asia Pacific Psychiatry, 7(1), 20-6.

70) Montag, C.*, Felten, A.*, Markett, S., Winkel., K., Fischer, L. & Reuter, M. (2014). The role of the BDNF Val66Met polymorphism for individual differences in long-term-memory capacity. Journal of Molecular Neuroscience, 54, 796-802.

69) Markett, S., Montag, C. & Reuter, M. (2014). In favor of behavior: On the importance of experimental paradigms in testing predictions from Gray’s revised reinforcement sensitivity theory. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, 8, 184.

68)  Montag, C., Błaszkiewicz, K., Lachmann, B., Andone, I. , Sariyska, R., Trendafilov, B., Reuter, M. & Markowetz, A. (2014). Correlating Personality and Actual Phone Usage: Evidence from Psychoinformatics. Journal of Individual Differences. 3, 158- 165.

67) Montag, C., Axmacher, N., Kunz, L., Sariyska, R., Lachmann, B. & Reuter, M. (2014). Common genetic variants of the APOE gene and personality. BMC Neuroscience, 15, 64.

66) Montag, C. & Reuter, M. (2014). Disentangling the molecular genetic basis of personality: from monoamines to neuropeptides. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 43C, 228-239.

65) Markett, S., Montag, C., Diekmann, C. & Reuter, M. (2014). Dazed and confused: A molecular genetic approach to everyday cognitive failure. Neuroscience Letters, 566C, 216-220.

64) Montag, C. (2014). The brain derived neurotrophic factor and personality. Advances in Biology, Article ID 719723.

63) Zhu, Y. K., Li, C. B., Jin, J., Wang, J. J., Lachmann, B., Sariyska, R. & Montag, C. (2014). The 2D:4D ratio of the hand and schizotypal personality traits in schizophrenia patients and healthy control persons. Asian Journal of Psychiatry, 9, 67-72.

62) Sariyska, R., Reuter, M., Bey, K., Sha, P., Li, M., Chen, Y. F., Liu, W. Y., Zhu, Y. K., Li, C., Suárez-Rivillas, A., Feldmann, M., Hellmann, M., Markett, S., & Montag, C. (2014). Self-esteem, personality and Internet addiction: a cross-cultural comparison study. Personality and Individual Differences, 61-62, 28-33.

61) Plieger, T., Montag, C., Felten, A. & Reuter M. (2014). The serotonin transporter polymorphism (5-HTTLPR) and personality: Response style as a new endophenotype of negative emotionality. International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology, 17, 851-8.

60) Markowetz, A., Błaszkiewicz, K., Montag, C., Switala, C. & Schläpfer, T. (2014). Psycho-Informatics: Big data shaping modern psychometrics. Medical Hypotheses, 82, 405-411.

59) Deuker, L., Olligs, J., Fell, J., Elger, C., Kranz, T., Mormann, F., Montag, C., Reuter, M., Elger, C. & Axmacher, N. (2013). Replay of stimulus-specific neural activity during sleep predicts memory consolidation. The Journal of Neuroscience, 33, 19373-83.

58) Montag, C.*, Sauer, C.*, Reuter, M. & Kirsch, P. (2013). Genetic variation of the oxytocin receptor gene modulates amygdala activity towards direct gaze: evidence from a pharmacological genetic imaging study. European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience, 263, Suppl 2, 169-75.

57) Melchers, M., Montag, C., Markett, S. & Reuter, M. (2013). Relationship between oxytocin receptor genotype and recognition of facial emotion. Behavioral Neuroscience, 127, 780-7.

56) Montag, C., Eichner, M., Markett, S., Quesada, C. M., Schöne-Bake, J. C., Melchers, M., Plieger, T., Weber, B. & Reuter, M. (2013). An interaction of a NR3C1 polymorphism and prenatal sunspot activity impacts both hippocampus volume and neuroticism in adulthood. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7, 243.

55) Reuter, M., Felten, A., Penz, S., Mainzer, A., Markett, S. & Montag, C. (2013). The influence of dopaminergic gene variants on decision making in the ultimatum game. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7, 242.

54) Markett, S., Weber, B., Voigt, G., Montag, C., Lachmann, B., Rudorf, S. & Reuter, M. (2014). Assessing the attentional function of the fronto-parietal attention network: Insights from resting-state fMRI and the attentional network test. Human Brain Mapping, 35, 1700-1709.

53) Felten, A.*, Montag, C.*, Kranzioch, C, Markett, S., Walter, N. & Reuter, M. (2013). The DRD2 C957T polymorphism and the Attentional Blink - a genetic association study. European Neuropsychopharmacology, 23, 941-947.

52) Liu, W. Y., Weber, B., Reuter, M. Markett, S., Chu, W. C. & Montag, C. (2013). The Big Five of Personality and structural brain imaging revisited: a VBM - DARTEL study. NeuroReport, 24, 375-80.

51) Montag, C., Reuter, M., Jurkiewicz, M., Markett, S. & Panksepp, J. (2013). Imaging the structure of the human anxious brain: a review of findings from neuroscientific personality psychology. Reviews in the Neurosciences, 24, 167-190.

50) Montag, C., Schöne-Bake, J. C., Wagner, J., Reuter, M., Markett, S., Weber, B. &  Quesada, C., (2013). Volumetric hemispheric ratio as a useful tool in personality psychology. Neuroscience Research, 75, 157-159.

49) Markett, S., Weber, B., Voigt, G., Montag, C., Felten, A., Elger, C. & Reuter, M. (2013). Intrinsic connectivity networks and personality: the temperament dimension harm avoidance modulates functional connectivity in the resting brain. Neuroscience, 240C, 98-105.

48) Schmidt-Kassow, M., Deusser, M., Thiel, C., Otterbein, S., Montag, C., Reuter, M., Banzer, W., Kaiser, J. (2013). Physical Exercise during Encoding Improves Vocabulary Learning in Young Female Adults: A Neuroendocrinological Study. PloS One, 8, e64172.

47) Sauer, C., Montag, C., Reuter, M. & Kirsch, P. (2013). Imaging oxytocin x dopamine interactions: An epistastis effect of CD38 and COMT gene variants influences the impact of oxytocin on amygdala activation to social stimuli. Frontiers in Neuroendocrine Science, 7, 45.

46) Deuker, L., Müller, A. R., Montag, C., Markett, S., Reuter, M., Fell, J., Trautner, T.,  Axmacher, N. (2013). Playing nice: A multi-methodological study on the effects of social conformity on memory. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7, 79. 

45) Markett, S., Reuter, M., Montag, C. & Weber, B. (2013). The dopamine D2 receptor gene DRD2 and the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor gene CHRNA4 interact on striatal grey matter volume: Evidence from a genetic imaging study. NeuroImage, 64, 167-72.

44) Bleek, B., Reuter, M., Yaruss, J. S., Cook, S. Faber, J. & Montag, C. (2012). Relationships between personality characteristics of people who stutter and the impact of stuttering on everyday life. The Journal of Fluency Disorders, 37, 325-333.

43) Reuter, M., Markett, S., Melcher, M. & Montag, C. (2012) Interaction of the cholinergic system and the HPA-axis as a risk factor for depression: Evidence from a genetic association study. Neuroreport, 23, 717-720.

42) Montag, C., Kirsch, P., Sauer, C., Markett, S. & Reuter, M. (2012). The role of the CHRNA4 gene in internet addiction: a case-control study. The Journal of Addiction Medicine, 6, 191-195.

41) Montag, C., Reuter, M., Weber, B., Markett, S, & Schoene-Bake, J. C. (2012). Individual differences in trait anxiety are associated with white matter tract integrity in the left temporal lobe in healthy males but not females. Neuroscience, 217, 77-83.

40) Montag, C., Jurkiewicz, M. & Reuter, M. (2012). The role of the COMT gene for personality and related psychopathological disorders. CNS & Neurological Disorders – Drug Targets, 11, 236-250.

39) O’Connell, G., Whalley, H. C., Mukherjee, P., Stanfield, A. C., Montag, C., Hall, J. & Reuter, M. (2012). Association of genetic variation in the promoter region of OXTR with differences in social affective neural processing. Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science, 2, 60-66.

38) Sauer, C., Montag, C., Wörner, C., Kirsch, P. & Reuter, M.  (2012). Effects of a common variant in the CD38 gene on social processing in an oxytocin challenge study: Possible links to autism. Neuropsychopharmacology, 37, 1474–1482.

37) Walter, N., Montag, C., Markett, S., Felten, A., Voigt, G. & Reuter, M. (2012). Ignorance is no excuse: Moral judgments are influenced by a genetic variation on the oxytocin receptor gene. Brain and Cognition, 78, 268-273.

36) Montag, C., Bleek, B., Faber, J. & Reuter, M (2012). The role of the DRD2 C957T polymorphism for neuroticism in persons who stutter and healthy controls. Neuroreport, 23, 246-250.

35) Montag, C., Weber, B., Trautner, P., Newport, B., Markett, S., Walter, N. T. & Reuter, M. (2012). Does excessive play of violent first-person-shooter-video-games dampen brain activity in response to emotional stimuli? Biological Psychology, 89, 107-111.

34) Montag, C., Flierl, M., Markett, S., Walter, N., Jurkiewicz, M. & Reuter, M. (2011). Internet addiction and personality in first-person-shooter-video-gamers. The Journal of Media Psychology, 23, 163-173.

33) Felten, A., Montag, C., Markett, S., Walter, N.T. & Reuter, M. (2011). Genetically determined dopamine availability predicts disposition for depression. Brain and Behavior, 1, 109-118.

32) Walter, N. T., Montag, C., Markett, S. & Reuter, M. (2011). The authors reply. Psychosomatic Medicine, 73, 633-635.

31) Markett, S., Montag, C., Walter, N. T., Plieger, T. & Reuter, M. (2011). On the molecular genetics of flexibility: The case of task-switching, inhibitory control and genetic variants. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience, 11, 644-651.

30) Walter, N. T., Mutic, S., Markett, S., Montag, C., Klein, A. M. & Reuter, M. (2011). The influence of alcohol intake and alcohol expectations on the recognition of emotions. Alcohol & Alcoholism, 46, 680-685.

29) Montag, C., Reuter, M. & Axmacher, N. (2011). How one's favorite song activates the reward circuitry of the brain: Personality matters! Behavioural Brain Research, 225, 511-514.

28) Markett, S., Montag, C. & Reuter, M. (2011). The nicotinic acetylcholine receptor gene CHRNA4 is associated with negative emotionality. Emotion, 11, 450-455.

27)  Reuter, M., Frenzel, C., Walter, N., Markett, S. & Montag, C. (2011). Investigating the Genetic Basis of Altruism: The Role of the COMT Val158Met Polymorphism. Social Cognitive & Affective Neuroscience, 6, 662-668.

26) Bleek, B.*, Montag, C.*, Faber, J. & Reuter, M. (2011). The Five Factor Model of Personality applied to persons who stutter and a matched control group. The Journal of Communication Disorders, 44, 218-22. 

25) Montag, C., Fiebach, C. F., Kirsch, P. & Reuter, M. (2011).  Interaction of 5-HTTLPR and a variation on the oxytocin receptor gene OXTR influences negative emotionality. Biological Psychiatry, 69, 601-603.

24) Markett, S., Montag, C., Walter, N. T. & Reuter, M. (2011). Evidence for the modality independence of the genetic epistasis between the dopaminergic and cholinergic system on working memory capacity. European Neuropsychopharmacology, 21, 216-20.

23) Walter, N. T., Montag, C., Markett, S. & Reuter, M. (2011). The epistasis effect of functional variants of the BDNF and ANKK1 gene is associated with Alexithymia in healthy human subjects. Psychosomatic Medicine, 73, 23-8.

22) Walter, N. T., Markett, S.A., Montag, C. & Reuter, M. (2011). A Genetic Contribution to Cooperation: Dopamine Relevant Genes are Associated with Social Facilitation. Social Neuroscience, 6, 289-301.

21) Stelzel, C. Basten, U., Montag, C., Reuter, M. & Fiebach, C. J. (2010). Fronto-striatal involvement in task switching depends on genetic differences in D2 receptor density. The Journal of Neuroscience, 30, 14205-14212.

20) Montag, C.*, Schoene-Bake, J. C.*, Faber, J., Reuter, M. & Weber, B. (2010). Genetic variation on the BDNF gene is not associated with differences in white matter tracts in healthy humans measured by tract based spatial statistics. Genes, Brain & Behavior, 9, 886-91.

19) Schonlau, M., Reuter, M., Schupp, J., Montag, C., Weber, B., Dohmen, T., Siegel, N. A., Sunde, U., Wagner, G.G. & Falk, A. (2010). Collecting Genetic Samples in Population Wide (Panel) Surveys: Feasibility, Nonresponse and Selectivity. Survey Research Methods, 4, 121-126. 

18) Montag, C., Jurkiewicz, M. & Reuter, M. (2010). Low self-directedness is a better predictor for problematic internet use than high neuroticism. Computers in Human Behavior, 26, 1531-1535.

17) Montag, C., Markett, S., Basten, U., Stelzel, C., Fiebach, C., Canli, T. & Reuter, M. (2010). Epistasis of the DRD2/ANKK1 Taq Ia and the BDNF Val66Met polymorphism impacts Novelty Seeking and Harm Avoidance. Neuropsychopharmacology, 35, 1860-1867.

16) Montag, C., Basten U., Stelzel, C., Fiebach, C. J. & Reuter, M. (2010). The BDNF Val66Met polymorphism and anxiety: Support for animal knock-in-studies from a genetic association study in humans. Psychiatry Research, 179, 86-90.

15) Montag, C.*, Weber, B.*, Jentgens, E., Elger, C. & Reuter, M.(2010). An epistasis effect of functional variants on the BDNF and DRD2 genes modulates gray matter volume of the anterior cingulate cortex in healthy humans. Neuropsychologia, 48, 1016-1021.

14) Markett, S. A., Montag, C. & Reuter, M. (2010). The association between dopamine DRD2 polymorphisms and working memory capacity is modulated by a functional polymorphism on the nicotinic receptor gene CHRNA4. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 22, 1944-1954.

13) Reuter, M., Montag, C., Peters, K., Kocher, A., Kiefer, M. (2009). The modulatory influence of the functional COMT Val158Met polymorphism on lexical decisions and semantic priming. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 3, 20.

12) Reuter, M., Weber, B., Fiebach, C. J., Elger, C. & Montag, C. (2009). The biological basis of anger: Associations with the gene coding for DARPP-32 (PPP1R1B) and with amygdala volume. Behavioural Brain Research, 202, 179-183.

11) Montag, C., Weber, B., Fliessbach, K., Elger, C. & Reuter, M. (2009). The BDNF Val66Met polymorphism impacts parahippocampal and amygdala volume in healthy humans: incremental support for a genetic risk factor for depression. Psychological Medicine, 39, 1831-1839.10) Stelzel, C.,  Basten, U., Montag, C., Reuter, M., & Fiebach, C. J. (2009). Effects of dopamine-related gene-gene interactions on working memory component processes. European Journal of Neuroscience, 29, 1056-1063.

09) Montag, C., Basten U., Stelzel C., Fiebach, C. J. & Reuter, M. (2008). The BDNF Val66Met polymorphism and smoking. Neuroscience Letters, 442, 30-33.

08) Montag, C., Reuter, M., Newport, B., Elger, C. & Weber, B. (2008). The BDNF Val66Met polymorphism affects amygdala activity in response to emotional stimuli: evidence from a genetic imaging study. NeuroImage, 42, 1554-1559.

07) Racz, I., Schürmann, B., Karpushova, A., Reuter, M., Cichon, S., Montag, C., Fürst, R., Schütz, C., Franke, P. E., Strohmaier, J., Wienker, T. F., Terenius, L.,  Ösby, U., Gunnar, A., Maier, W., Bilkei-Gorzó, A., Nöthen, M., Zimmer, A. (2008). The opioid peptides enkephalin and ß-endorphin in alcohol addiction. Biological Psychiatry, 64, 989-97.

06) Montag, C. & Reuter, M. (2008). Does speed in completing an online-questionnaire have an influence on its reliability? Cyberpsychology & Behavior, 11, 719-721.

05) Reuter, M. & Montag, C. (2008). Switching the perspective: From neuroscience to personality. European Journal of Personality, 22, 405-407.

04) Montag, C., Buckholtz, J.W., Hartmann, P., Merz, M., Burk, C., Hennig, J. & Reuter, M. (2008). COMT genetic variation impacts fear processing: psychophysiological evidence. Behavioral Neuroscience, 122, 901-909.

03) Reuter, M., Esslinger, C., Montag, C., Lis, S., Gallhofer, B., Kirsch, P. (2008). A functional variant of the tryptophan hydroxylase 2 gene impacts working memory: a genetic imaging study. Biological Psychology, 79, 111-117.

02) Montag, C., Hartmann, P., Merz, M., Burk, C., Reuter, M. (2008). D2 receptor density and prepulse inhibition in humans: Negative findings from a molecular genetic approach. Behavioural Brain Research, 187, 428-432.

01) Reuter, M., Hennig, J., Amelang, M., Montag, C., Korkut, T., Hueweler, A., Stürmer, J. (2007). The role of the TPH1 and TPH2 genes for nicotine dependence: a genetic association study in two different age cohorts. Neuropsychobiology, 56, 47-54.  


Buchkapitel, Monographien, Herausgeberschaften, Tests & Sonstiges

46) Kothgassner, O. with Montag, C. et al. (2020). Expert view on the future of digital psychology. Digital Psychology, 1(1), 2-3.

45) Montag, C. (2020). Der Hunger nach Talent im Silicon Valley und die damit einhergehenden Gefahren für die unabhängige Hochschule in Deutschland. In Demantowsky, M., Lauer, G., Schmidt, R. & te Wildt, B.: Was macht die Digitalisierung mit den Hochschulen. De Gruyter Oldenbourg.

44) Wernicke, J. & Montag, C. (in press). Internetbezogene Störungen bei Jugendlichen. Zeitschrift für Kinder- und Jugendmedizin.

43) Sindermann, C., Sariyska, R., Elhai, J. D. & Montag, C. (in press). Molecular Genetics of Neurotransmitters and Neuropeptides involved in Internet Use Disorder including first insights on a potential role of hypothalamus’ oxytocin hormone.  Handbook of Clinical Neurology, Elsevier.

42) Montag, C. with Davis, K. L. (2020). Animal Emotions. How they drive human behavior. Punctum Books, Santa Barbara, USA.

41) Rozgonjuk, D., Montag, C., & Elhai, J. D. (in press). Sorunlu Akıllı Telefon Kullanımı: İlişkili Konular, Teorik Açıklamalar ve Araştırmaların Gündemi. In C. Evren (Editor), Davranışsal Bağımlılıklar Temel Başvuru Kitabı. Ankara, Turkey: BAYT Scientific Research Press Release and Promotion Ltd.

40) Montag, C. (2020). Die Vermessung des Homo Digitalis. Sozialpädagogische Impulse, 1, 4-7.

39) Baumeister, H. & Montag, C. (2019). Mobile Sensing and Digital Phenotypting. Studies in Neuroscience, Psychology & Behavioral Economics. Heidelberg: Springer Verlag.

Including the chapters:

Sariyska, R., & Montag, C. (2019). An Overview on Doing Psychodiagnostics in Personality Psychology and Tracking Physical Activity via Smartphones. In Digital Phenotyping and Mobile Sensing (pp. 45-63). Springer, Cham.

Dagum, P., & Montag, C. (2019). Ethical Considerations of Digital Phenotyping from the Perspective.

Baumeister, H., & Montag, C. (2019). Digital Phenotyping and Mobile Sensing In Psychoinformatics—A Rapidly Evolving Interdisciplinary Research Endeavor.

38) Montag, C. (2019). Von der Internetsucht bis zur Psychoinformatik: eine Evaluation des Nutzens von digitalen Kommunikationsmedien. In Thimm, C. & Bächle, T. C..: Die Maschine: Freund oder Feind? Springer.

37) Zweig, K. A., Lachmann, B., Montag, C., & Herrlich, M. (2019). Kontinuierliches A/B-Testing zur Optimierung von Spielerbindung und Monetarisierung bei „Freemium “-Spielen. In Paradoxien des Verbraucherverhaltens (pp. 43-57). Springer Gabler, Wiesbaden.

36) Montag, C. (2019). The neuroscience of smartphone/social media usage and the growing need to include methods from ‘Psychoinformatics’. In Information Systems and Neuroscience (pp. 275-283). Springer, Cham.

35) Montag, C. & Dagum, P. (2019). Molecular Psychology: A modern research endeavor. Open Access Government.

34) Sanwald, S., Montag, C. & Kiefer, M. (2018). Epigenetik der Depression. Nervenheilkunde, 37(11), 792-798.

33) Montag, C. (2018). Wie wirken sich Filterblasen unter Berücksichtigung von Persönlichkeit auf (politische) Einstellung aus? Hassrede und Radikalisierung im Netz, 31.

32) Duke, É & Montag, C. (2018). The smartphone – a productivity killer?  Science Trends. DOI: 10.31988/SciTrends.19966

31) Montag, C. (2018).  Von Filterblasen und AB-Testing: Was macht die Interaktion mit digitalen Welten mit unserem Gehirn und unserer Psyche? Wirtschaftspsychologie aktuell, 4, 27-32.

30) Montag, C. & Becker, B. (2018). China statt USA? Warum die deutsche Psychologie das Reich der Mitte im Auge behalten sollte. Wirtschaftspsychologie aktuell, 3, 17-20.

29) Montag, C. (2018). Gefangen im Netz. Psychiatrische Pflege Heute, 24, 253-257.

28) Montag, C. (2018). Homo Digitalis: Smartphones, soziale Netzwerke und das menschliche Gehirn. Wiesbaden, Springer.

27) Rumpf, H. J., Batra, A., Bleckmann, P., Brand, M., Gohlke, A., Feindel, H., Große Perdekamp, M., Leménager, T., Kaess, M., Markowetz, A., Mößle, T., Montag, C., Müller, A., Müller, K., Pauly, A., Petersen, K. U., Rehbein, F., Schnell, K., Te Wildt, B., Thomasisus, R., Wartberg, L., Wirtz, M., Wölfling, K. & Wurst, F. M. (2017). Empfehlungen der Expertengruppe zur Prävention von Internetbezogenen Störungen. Sucht, 63, 217-225.

26) Montag, C. (2017). Smartphone-süchtig? Sucht, 4, 6-7.

25) Montag, C. (2018). Einführung in die Molekulare Psychologie (Band I), Essentials, Springer-Verlag.

24) Montag, C. (2018). Einführung in die Molekulare Psychologie (Band II), Essentials, Springer-Verlag.

23) Montag, C. & Hahn, E. (2017).  Nature–Nurture Debate? In Zeigler-Hill, V. & Shackelford, T.: Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.

22) Montag, C. (2018). Homo Digitalis: Der Einfluss neuer Medien auf neuronale Prozesse. In Kothgassner, O. D. & Felnhofer, A. (2017).  Klinische Cyberpsychologie und Cybertherapie. UTB-Verlag.

21) Montag, C. (2017). Aus der Hand gegeben. Forschung, 42(2), 10-13.

20) Montag, C. & Reuter, M. (Hrsg.) (2017). Internet Addiction: Neuroscientific approaches and Therapeutical Interventions including Smartphone Addiction. Studies in Neuroscience, Psychology & Behavioral Economics. Heidelberg: Springer Verlag. (Zweite überarbeitete Auflage)

Inkl. Kapitel: Montag, C. & Reuter, M. (2017). Molecular Genetics, Personality and Internet addiction revisited.
Inkl. Kapitel: Montag, C., Duke, É & Reuter, M. (2017). A short summary of neuroscientific findings on Internet addiction.
Inkl. Kapitel: Montag, C., Reuter, M. & Markowetz, A. (2017). The impact of Psychoinformatics on Internet addiction including new evidence.
Inkl. Kapitel: Becker, B. & Montag, C. (2017). Opinion: Real-time fMRI neurofeedback and the application of the neuropeptide oxytocin as promising new treatment approaches in Internet addiction?
Inkl. Kapitel: Duke, É. & Montag, C. (2017).  Smartphone Addiction and Beyond: Initial Insights on an Emerging Research Topic and Its Relationship to Internet Addiction.

19) Reuter, M., Panksepp, J., Davis, K. & Montag, C. (2017). Affective Neuroscience Personality Scales (ANPS) – Deutsche Version. Göttingen: Hogrefe.

18) Laricchiuta, D., Markett, S., Reuter, M. & Montag, C. (2017). Premorbid Personality Traits and Brain Recovery: Another Aspect of Resilience. In Petrosini. L.: Neurobiological and Psychological Aspects of Brain Recovery (p. 269-283). Heidelberg: Springer.

17) Montag, C. & Panksepp, J. (2017). Personality Neuroscience: why it is of importance to include primary emotional systems! In Zeigler-Hill, V. & Shackelford, T.: Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.

15) Montag, C. (2016) Born to be a leader? Wirtschaftspsychologie aktuell, 4, 25-31.

14) Montag, C. (2016) Psychoinformatik: Verräterische Spuren. Wirtschaftspsychologie aktuell, 3, 32-36.

13) Montag. C. (2016). Persönlichkeit – Auf der Suche nach unserer Individualität. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.

12) Montag, C. & Becker, B. (2016) Recreational use of ecstasy (MDMA) and hippocampal memory. In: The Neuropathology Of Drug Addictions And Substance Misuse. Kings College London. Elsevier.

11) Reuter, M. & Montag, C. (Hrsg.) (2016). Neuroeconomics. Studies in Neuroscience, Psychology & Behavioral Economics.  Heidelberg: Springer Verlag.  
Inkl. Kapitel: Reuter, M. & Montag, C. (2016). Neuroeconomics. An introduction.
Inkl. Kapitel: Reuter, M. & Montag, C. (2016). Genes and Human Decision Making.
Inkl. Kapitel: Reuter, M. & Montag, C. (2016). An introduction to molecular genetic techniques.

10) Markett, S. Montag, C. & Reuter, M. (2016). Harm Avoidance. In Absher, J. R. & Cloutier, J.: Neuroimaging Personality, Social Cognition and Character. Elsevier.

09) Montag, C. (2015).  Smartphone & Co.: Warum wir auch digitale Freizonen brauchen. Wirtschaftspsychologie aktuell, 2, 19-22.

08) Markett, S., Montag, C. & Reuter, M. (2015). Machen uns unsere Gene schlau? Über die molekularen Grundlagen der Intelligenz. The Inquisitve Mind, 6. Nur online verfügbar:

07) Montag, C. & Reuter, M. (Hrsg.) (2015). Internet Addiction: Neuroscientific approaches and Therapeutical Interventions. Studies in Neuroscience, Psychology & Behavioral Economics. Heidelberg: Springer Verlag.

Inkl. Kapitel: Montag, C. & Reuter, M. (2015). Molecular Genetics, Personality and Internet addiction.

Inkl. Kapitel: Montag, C., Duke, É & Reuter, M. (2015). A short summary of neuroscientific findings on Internet addiction.

Inkl. Kapitel: Montag, C., Reuter, M. & Markowetz, A. (2015). The impact of Psychoinformatics on Internet addiction.

06) Léger, P.M. & Riedl, R. (2015). Fundamentals in NeuroIS. Information Systems and the Brain. In: Reuter, M. & Montag, C. Studies in Neuroscience, Psychology & Behavioral Economics. Heidelberg: Springer Verlag.

05) Reuter, M. & Montag, C. (2015). The molecular genetics of positive emotionality. In Canli, T. The Oxford Handbook of Molecular Psychology. New York: Oxford University Press.

04) Markowetz, A. & Montag, C. (2014). Psychoinformatik – Eine Revolution. Digitale Welt, 2, 40-43.

03) Montag, C., Haas, B. W. & Reuter, M. (2013). Emotions and genetics. In: Mohiyeddini, C. & Eysenck, M. Psychology of Emotions. (S. 171-186).  Hauppage: Nova Publisher.

02) Montag, C. (2009). Die revidierte Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory. Eine experimentell-biologische Überprüfung. Hamburg: Kovac.

01) Hennig, J., Reuter, M., Montag, C., Netter, P. (2007). ISSID 07, Giessen: Abstracts of the 13th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Individual Differences. Göttingen: Hogrefe. (Herausgeber)