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CENs Bibliography

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 389 references in this bibliography folder.

Keidel, K, Rramani, Q, Weber, B, Murawski, C, and Ettinger, U (2021).
Individual Differences in Intertemporal Choice
Frontiers in Psychology, 12:1-19.

Schiller, F, Bey, K, Grabe, L, and Schmitz, F (2021).
Stockpile purchasing in the emerging COVID-19 pandemic is related to obsessive-compulsiveness
Journal of Affective Disorders Reports, 4.

Gaubatz, J, Ernst, L, Prillwitz, CC, David, B, Lüchters, G, Schramm, J, Weber, B, Surges, R, Hattingen, E, Schlaug, G, Elger, CE, and Rüber, T (2020).
Pyramidal tract and alternate motor fibers complementarily mediate motor compensation in patients after hemispherotomy
Scientific Reports, 10(1).

Giannakakis, E, Han, CE, Weber, B, Hutchings, F, and Kaiser, M (2020).
Towards simulations of long-term behavior of neural networks: Modeling synaptic plasticity of connections within and between human brain regions
Neurocomputing, 416:38-44.

Giannakakis, E, Hutchings, F, Papasavvas, CA, Han, CE, Weber, B, Zhang, C, and Kaiser, M (2020).
Computational modelling of the long-term effects of brain stimulation on the local and global structural connectivity of epileptic patients
PLOS ONE, 15(2).

Hu, Y, Fiedler, S, and Weber, B (2020).
What drives the (un)empathic bystander to intervene? Insights from eye tracking
British Journal of Social Psychology, 59(3):733-751.

Kreuder, AK, Scheele, D, Schultz, J, Hennig, J, Marsh, N, Dellert, T, Ettinger, U, Philipsen, A, Babasiz, M, Herscheid, A, Remmersmann, L, Stirnberg, R, Stöcker, T, and Hurlemann, R (2020).
Common and dissociable effects of oxytocin and lorazepam on the neurocircuitry of fear
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA), 117(21):11781-11787.

Maier, AM, Gieling, C, Heinen-Ludwig, L, Stefan, V, Schultz, J, Güntürkün, O, Stoffel-Wagner, B, Becker, B, Hurlemann, R, and Scheele, D (2020).
Association of childhood maltreatment with interpersonal distance and social touch preferences in adulthood
The American Journal of Psychiatry, 177(1):37--46.

Muthesius, A, Hölzer, S, Grothey, AF, Rubruck, J, Vogeley, K, and Schultz, J (2020).
New gambling task reveals an atypical relation between social anxiety and social avoidance in schizophrenia
Schizophrenia Bulletin Online, 1(1).

Rramani, Q, Gerhardt, H, Grote, X, Zhao, W, Schultz, J, and Weber, B (2020).
Do Disadvantageous Social Contexts Influence Food Choice? Evidence From Three Laboratory Experiments
Frontiers in Psychology, 11.

Serbanescu, I, Walter, H, Schnell, K, Kessler, H, Weber, B, Drost, S, Groß, M, Neudeck, P, Klein, JP, Assmann, N, Zobel, I, Backenstrass, M, Hautzinger, M, Meister, R, Härter, M, Schramm, E, and Schoepf, D (2020).
Combining baseline characteristics to disentangle response differences to disorder-specific versus supportive psychotherapy in patients with persistent depressive disorder
Behaviour Research and Therapy, 124(1).

Yaakub, SN, Heckemann, RA, Keller, SS, McGinnity, CJ, Weber, B, and Hammers, A (2020).
On brain atlas choice and automatic segmentation methods: a comparison of MAPER & FreeSurfer using three atlas databases
Scientific Reports, 10(1).

David, B, Prillwitz, CC, Hoppe, C, Sassen, R, Hörsch, S, Weber, B, Hattingen, E, Elger, CE, and Rüber, T (2019).
Morphometric MRI findings challenge the concept of the “unaffected” hemisphere in Rasmussen encephalitis
Epilepsia, 60(5):e40--e46.

Gerger, P, Pai, RK, Stuckenschneider, T, Falkenreck, J, Weigert, H, Stahl, W, Weber, B, Nelles, G, Spazzafumo, L, Schneider, S, and Polidori, MC (2019).
Associations of lipophilic micronutrients with physical and cognitive fitness in persons with mild cognitive impairment
Nutrients, 11(4).

Gliem, C, Minnerop, M, Roeske, S, Gärtner, H, Schoene-Bake, J, Adler, S, Witt, J, Hoffstaedter, F, Schneider-Gold, C, Betz, RC, Helmstaedter, C, Tittgemeyer, M, Amunts, K, Klockgether, T, Weber, B, and Kornblum, C (2019).
Tracking the brain in myotonic dystrophies: A 5-year longitudinal follow-up study
PLoS ONE, 14(3):1--21.

Kasparbauer, A, Petrovsky, N, Schmidt, P, Trautner, P, Weber, B, Sträter, B, and Ettinger, U (2019).
Effects of nicotine and atomoxetine on brain function during response inhibition
European Neuropsychopharmacology, 29(2):235--246.

Levin, F, Fiedler, S, and Weber, B (2019).
The influence of episodic memory decline on value-based choice
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 26(4):599--620.

Maier, A, Gieling, C, Heinen-Ludwig, L, Stefan, V, Schultz, J, Güntürkün, O, Becker, B, Hurlemann, R, and Scheele, D (2019).
Association of Childhood Maltreatment With Interpersonal Distance and Social Touch Preferences in Adulthood
American Journal of Psychiatry(10):appi.ajp.2019.1--appi.ajp.2019.1.

Montag, C, Bleek, B, Reuter, M, Müller, T, Weber, B, Faber, J, and Markett, S (2019).
Ventral striatum and stuttering: Robust evidence from a case-control study applying DARTEL
NeuroImage: Clinical, 23.

Schmidt, SJ, Hurlemann, R, Schultz, J, Wasserthal, S, Kloss, C, Maier, W, Meyer-Lindenberg, A, Hellmich, M, Muthesius-Digón, A, Pantel, T, Wiesner, PS, Klosterkötter, J, Ruhrmann, S, Bechdolf, A, Brockhaus-Dumke, A, Hirjak, D, Fallgatter, AJ, Frieling, H, Janssen, B, Jessen, F, Kambeitz, J, Koutsouleris, N, Leopold, K, Schäfer, C, Schultze-Lutter, F, Striepens, N, Vernaleken, I, Walter, H, and Wildgruber, D (2019).
Multimodal prevention of first psychotic episode through N-acetyl-l-cysteine and integrated preventive psychological intervention in individuals clinically at high risk for psychosis: Protocol of a randomized, placebo-controlled, parallel-group trial
Early Intervention in Psychiatry(MAY):1--12.

Schultz, J and Bülthoff, HH (2019).
Perceiving animacy purely from visual motion cues involves intraparietal sulcus
NeuroImage, 197:120--132.

Schultz, J, Willems, T, Gädeke, M, Chakkour, G, Franke, A, Weber, B, and Hurlemann, R (2019).
A human subcortical network underlying social avoidance revealed by risky economic choices
eLife, 8.

Yin, L and Weber, B (2019).
I lie, why don't you: Neural mechanisms of individual differences in self-serving lying
Human Brain Mapping, 40(4):1101--1113.

Zhou, F, Montag, C, Sariyska, R, Lachmann, B, Reuter, M, Weber, B, Trautner, P, Kendrick, KM, Markett, S, and 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.

Zhou, X, Zimmermann, K, Xin, F, Zhao, W, Derckx, RT, Sassmannshausen, A, Scheele, D, Hurlemann, R, Weber, B, Kendrick, KM, and Becker, B (2019).
Cue Reactivity in the Ventral Striatum Characterizes Heavy Cannabis Use, Whereas Reactivity in the Dorsal Striatum Mediates Dependent Use
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging, 4(8):751--762.

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