Tanja Endrass, Prof. Dr.

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Tanja Endrass

Contact information

Faculty of Science, Department of Psychology
Institute of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy


Technische Universität Dresden


01069 Dresden

Phone: +49 (0)351 463-32460
E-Mail: tanja.endrass@tu-dresden.de

Research Statement

The research interests of my group focus on neural and cognitive changes in mental disorders (addiction and obsessive compulsive disorder). In particular, we are interested in neural and behavioral correlates of performance monitoring, learning and decision-making with noninvasive imaging techniques such as EEG and fMRI. Our long-term goal is to identify transdiagnostic biomarkers or endophenotypes that predict the onset or course of disorders.

Scientific Education


2013Habilitation (Psychology), HU Berlin
2004 Dissertation (Psychology), Dr. rer. nat., University Konstanz
2000Diploma Psychology, University Konstanz    

Professional Experience


since 09/2016Professor for Addiction Research (W2), TU Dresden
10/2012- 08/2016Research assistant at the Section of Systems                            Neuroscience & Collaborative Research Centre 940 “Volition and Cognitive Control”, Project A7, TU Dresde(Dr. Marc Jacob)
02/2008 – 11/2013Postgraduate Psychotherapy Training (CBT, adults),Zentrum für Psychotherapie, HU Berlin (Board Certifiction/Approbation)
10/2003 – 09/2012Post-Doc in Clinical Psychology (Norbert Kathmann), HU Berli
05/2000 – 09/2003RhD student in Clinical Psychology (Betina Mohr & Brigitte Rockstroh), Univerisität Konstanz  

Selected Publications

Grützmann, R., Endrass, T., Kaufmann, C., Allen, E., Eichele, T., & Kathmann, N. (2016). Presupplementary Motor Area Contributes to Altered Error Monitoring in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Biological Psychiatry, 80(7), 562-571.

Riesel, A., Endrass, T., Auerbach, L. A., & Kathmann, N. (2015). Overactive Performance Monitoring as an Endophenotype for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Evidence from a Treatment Study. American Journal of Psychiatry, 172(7), 665-673.

Ullsperger, M., Fischer, A. G., Nigbur, R., & Endrass, T. (2014). Neural mechanisms and temporal dynamics of performance monitoring. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 18(5), 259-267.

Endrass, T., Riesel, A., Kathmann, N., & Buhlmann, U. (2014). Performance monitoring in obsessive-compulsive disorder and social anxiety disorder. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 123(4), 705-714.

Endrass, T., Koehne, S., Riesel, A., & Kathmann, N. (2013). Neural correlates of feedback processing in obsessive-compulsive disorder. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 122(2), 387-396.