We are interested in the neurophysiological foundation of constructs and phenomena with high relevance to psychotherapy. The overall aim is to increase the neuroscientific knowledge about mechanisms, effects and potential targets of psychotherapy. Thus, we are investigating the neurophysiological alterations in psychiatric disorders and their modification through psychotherapeutic interventions as well as neurophysiological underpinnings of transdiagnostic constructs such as motivational incongruence, inhibition, emotion and emotional change. In this endeavour, we are combining electroencephalography (EEG) and/or (functional) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI and fMRI) with experimental tasks and subjective measures.