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Prof. Dr. Bernd Weber





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Center for Economics and Neuroscience
Zentrale wissenschaftliche Einrichtung der Universität Bonn
Nachtigallenweg 86
53127 Bonn
Tel: +49 228 73-8290
Fax: +49 228 73-8299

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Life & Brain GmbH Head of NeuroCognition

Bonn International Graduate School of Neuroscience (BIGS Neuroscience) Program director

Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung (DIW) Research affiliate

German society of Neuroscience Member

Society of Neuroeconomics Member and Treasurer 

Association for Neuropsychoeconomics Member

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Main Research Interests

  • Individual decision-making
  • Diffusion weighted imaging
  • Structural brain connectivity

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Curriculum Vitae

since 2016 Acting Director, Center for Economics and Neuroscience (CENs), University of Bonn

Has been elected as the new Treasurer by the Board of the Society for NeuroEconomics
since 2015 W2-professorship at the University of Bonn
2010-2015 Heisenberg-professorship at the University of Bonn (Grant by the DFG)
since 2009 Board of Directors, Center for Economics and Neuroscience (CENs), University of Bonn
2008 "Habilitation" in experimental neurology
2007 Founding member of the Neuroeconomics Lab at the University of Bonn
since 2005 Provisional Head of the Department of NeuroCognition-Imaging at the Life&Brain Center Bonn
since 2004 Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Epileptology, University Hospital Bonn
2004 Dr. med., University of Bonn, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology
2003 M.D., University of Bonn


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    In press

  1. Zimmermann K, Yao S, Heinz M, Zhou F, Dau W, Banger M, Weber B, Hurlemann R, Becker B. Lasting Emotion Processing Deficits in Dependent Marijuana Users after 28-days of Abstinence. Hum Brain Map, in press.
  2. Montag C, Markowetz A, Balszkiewicz B, Andone I, Lachmann B, Sariyska R, Trendafilov B, Eibes M, Kolb J, Reuter M, Weber B, Markett S. Facebook usage on smartphones and gray matter volume of the nucleus accumbens. Beh Brain Res., in press.
  3. Markett S, Montag C, Melchers M, Weber B, Reuter M. Anxious personality and functional efficiency of the insular-opercular network: A graph-analytic approach to resting-state fMRI. Cogn. Affect. Behav. Neurosci., in press
  4. Kasparbauer A-M, Meyhöfer I, Steffens M, Weber B, Aydin M, Kumari V, Hurlemann R, Ettinger U. Neural effects of methylphenidate and nicotine during smooth pursuit eye movements. Neuroimage, in press
  5. Waskow S, Markett S, Montag C, Weber B, Trautner P, Kramarz V, Reuter M. Pay what you want! A pilot study on neural correlates of voluntary payments for music. Front Psych., in press
  6. Steffens M., Becker B., Neumann C., Kasparbauer A.-M., Meyhöfer I., Weber B., Mehta M.A., Hurlemann, R., Ettinger U. Effects of Ketamine on Brain Function during Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements, Hum Brain Map., in press.
  7. Markett S, de Reus MA, Reuter M, Montag C, Weber B, Schöne-Bake JC, van den Heuvel MP. Serotonin and the brain’s rich club - association between molecular genetic variation on the TPH2 gene and the structural connectome. Cereb Cor, in press
  8. 2016

  9. Yin L, Weber B. Can beneficial ends justify lying? Neural responses to the passive reception of lies and truth-telling with beneficial and harmful monetary outcome. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 11(3):423-432
  10. Talanow T, Kasparbauer AM, Steffens M, Meyhöfer I, Weber B, Smyrnis N, Ettinger U. Facing Competition: Neural Mechanisms Underlying Parallel Programming of Antisaccades and Prosaccades. Brain Cog., 107:37-47
  11. Markett S, Voigt G, Montag C, Weber B, Reuter, M. Loss Aversion is Associated with Bilateral Insula Volume. A Voxel Based Morphometry study, Neurosci. Let., 619:172-176
  12. Strang S, Grote X, Kuss K, Park SQ, Weber B. Generalized negative reciprocity in the dictator game – how to interrupt the chain of unfairness. Sci Rep, 2016; 6: 22316..
  13. Hu Y, Scheele D, Becker B, Voos G, David B, Hurlemann R, Weber B. The effect of oxytocin on third-party altruistic decisions in unfair situations: an fMRI study. Sci. Rep., 6:20236.
  14. Elkommos S, Weber B, Niehusmann P, Volmering E, Richardson MP, Goh YY, Marson A, Elger CE, Keller SS. Hippocampal internal architecture and postoperative seizure outcome in temporal lobe epilepsy due to hippocampal sclerosis. Seizure, 35:65-71
  15. Pogoda L, Holzer M, Mormann F, Weber B. Multivariate Representation of food preferences in the human brain. Brain Cog, S0278-2626(15)30047-6.
  16. Wagner J, Schoene-Bake JC, Witt JA, Helmstaedter C, Malter MP, Stoecker W, Probst W, Weber B, Elger CE. Distinct white matter integrity in glutamic acid decarboxylase and voltage-gated potassium channel-complex antibody-associated limbic encephalitis, Epilepsia, doi: 10.1111/epi.13297.
  17. Yin L, Reuter M, Weber B. Let the man choose what to do: Neural correlates of spontaneous lying and truth-telling. Brain Cog., 102: 13-25
  18. 2015

  19. Hutchings F, Han CE, Keller SS, Weber B, Taylor PN, Kaiser M. Predicting surgery targets in temporal lobe epilepsy through structural connectome based simulations. Plos Comp Biol., 11(12):e1004642
  20. Wagner J, Witt JA, Helmstaedter C. Malter MP, Weber B, Elger CE. Automated volumetry of the temporo-mesial structures in antibody-associated limbic encephalitis. J. Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry, 86(7):735-42.
  21. Plassmann H, Weber B, Individual Differences in Marketing Placebo Effects: Evidence from Brain Imaging and Behavioral Experiments, J Marketing Res, 52(4):493-510
  22. Enax, L and Weber B: Marketing placebo effects – from behavioral effects to behavior change? JAFIO, 13(1):15-31
  23. Val-Laillet D, Aarts E, Weber B, Ferrari M, Quaresima V, Stoeckel LE, Alonso-Alonso M, Audette M, Malbert CH, Stice E. Neuroimaging and neuromodulation approaches to study eating behavior, prevent and treat eating disorders and obesity, Neuroimage Clin., 8:1-31
  24. Markett S, Montag S, Heeren B, Sariyska R, Lachmann B, Weber B, Reuter M. Voxelwise eigenvector centrality mapping of the human functional connectome reveals an influence of the Catechol-O-Methyltransferase val158met polymorphism on the default mode and somatomotor network. Brain Struct Funct,1-11.
  25. Mansell BC, Wee CY, Keller SS, Weber B, Elger CE, da Silva L, Nesland T, Styner M, Shen D, Bonhila L. Evaluation of machine learning algorithms for treatment outcome prediction in patients with epilepsy based on structural connectome data. Neuroimage, 118:219-230
  26. Bey K, Montag C, Reuter M, Weber B, Markett S. Susceptibility to everyday cognitive failure is reflected in functional network interactions in the resting brain. Neuroimage, 121:1-9
  27. Marsh N, Scheele D, Gerhardt H, Strang S, Enax L, Weber B, Hurlemann R. Oxytocin enhances philanthropic altruism in sustainable decision-making. J Neurosci., 35(47):15696-155701
  28. Taylor PN, Han CE, Schoene-Bake JC, Weber B, Kaiser M. Structural connectivity changes in temporal lobe epilepsy: Spatial features contribute more than topological measures. Neuroimage Clin, 8:322-328
  29. Enax L, Krapp V, Piehl A, Weber B. Effects of social sustainability signals on neural valuation signals and taste-experience of food products. Front. Behav. Neurosci., 2015
  30. Enax L, Weber B, Ahlers M, Kaiser U, Diethelm K, Holtkamp D, Faupel U, Holzmüller HH, Kersting M. Food packaging cues influence taste perception and increase effort provision for a recommended snack product in children. Front. Psych., 2015
  31. Enax L, Trautner P, Hu Y, Weber B. Nutrition labels influence value computation of food products in the ventromedial prefrontal cortex, Obesity, 23(4):786-92
  32. Keller SS, Richardson MP, Schoene-Bake JS, O´Muircheartaigh J, Elkommos S, Kreilkamp B, Goh YY, Marson A, Elger CE, Weber B. Thalamotemporal alteration and postoperative seizures in temporal lobe epilepsy, Ann Neur, 77(5):760-74
  33. Lindner M, Rudorf S, Birg R, Falk A, Weber B, Fliessbach K. Neural patterns underlying social comparisons of personal performance. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 10(4):569-76
  34. Hu Y, Strang S, Weber B. Helping or punishing strangers: Neural correlates of altruistic decisions as third-party and of its relation to empathic concern. Front Behav Neurosci, 9:24
  35. Kuss K, Falk A, Trautner P, Montag C, Weber B, Fliessbach K. Neuronal correlates of social decision making are influenced by social value orientation – an fMRI study. Front Behav Neurosci, 9:40
  36. Häusler AN, Becker B, Bartling M, Weber B. Goal or Gold: Overlapping Reward Processes in Soccer Players upon Scoring and Winning Money. PlosOne, 10(4):e0122798
  37. Keller SS, Richardson MP, O’Muircheartaigh J, Schoene-Bake JC, Elger CE, Weber B. Morphometric MRI alterations and postoperative seizure control in refractory temporal lobe epilepsy, Hum Brain Map., 36(5):1637-47
  38. Strombach T, Weber B, Hangebrauk Z, Kenning P, Karipidis, II, Tobler PN, Kalenscher T. Social discounting involves modulation of neural value signals by temporo-parietal junction, PNAS, 112(5):1619-24.
  39. Melchers M, Markett S, Montag M, Trautner P, Weber B, Lachmann B, Buss P, Heinen R, Reuter M. Reality TV and vicarious embarrassment: an fMRI study, Neuroimage, 109:109-17
  40. Zhang H, Fell J, Staresina BP, Weber B, Elger CE, Axmacher N. Gamma power reductions accompany stimulus-specific representations of dynamic events, Curr Biol, 25(5):635-640
  41. Meyhöfer I, Steffens M, Kasparbauer A, Weber B, Ettinger U. Neural Mechanisms of Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements in Schizotypy, Hum Brain Map, 36(1):340-53.
  42. 2014

  43. Strang S, Gross J, Schuhmann T, Riedl A, Weber B, Sack A. Be Nice if You Have to - The Neurobiological Roots of Strategic Fairness, Soc Cog Aff Neurosci, nsu 2014
  44. Lallement HJ, Kuss K, Trautner P, Weber B, Falk A, Fliessbach K. Effort increases sensitivity to reward and loss magnitude in the human brain. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 9(3): 342-349.
  45. Herweg NA, Weber B, Kasparbauer A, Meyhoefer I, Steffens M, Smyrnis N. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Sensorimotor Transformations in Saccades and Antisaccades. Neuroimage, 102(2):848-60.
  46. Hoppe C, Splittstoesser C, Fliessbach K, Trautner P, Weber B. Silent music reading: auditory imagery and visuotonal modality transfer in singers and non-singers. Brain and Cog., 91:35-44
  47. Albrecht K, Abeler J, Weber B, Falk A. The brain correlates of monetary and verbal rewards on intrinsic motivation, Front Neurosci, 8:303
  48. Schoene-Bake JC, Keller SS, Niehusmann P, Volmering E, Elger CE, Deppe M, Weber B. In-vivo mapping of hippocampal subfields in mesial temporal lobe epilepsy: relation to histopathology. Hum Brain Map, 35(9):4718-28
  49. Aimone J, Houser D, Weber B. Neural Signatures of Betrayal Aversion. Proc. R. Soc. B, 281(1782):20132127
  50. Strombach T, Jin J, Weber B, Kenning P, Shen Q, Ma Q, Kalenscher T. Charity begins at home – cultural differences in social discounting and generosity. J Behav Decis Making., 27(3):235-245
  51. Markett S, Reuter M, Voigt G, Montag C, Lachmann B, Rudorf S, Walter NT, Felten A, Elger CE, Weber B. Assessing the function of the fronto-parietal attention network: Insights from resting-state fMRI and the attentional network test. Hum Brain Map, 35(4):1700-9
  52. Cornil Y, Ordabayeva N, Kaiser U, Weber B, Chandon P. The Acuity of Vice: Attitude Ambivalence Improves Visual Sensitivity to Increasing Portion Sizes. J Consum Psych., 24(2): 177-187
  53. Leue A, Weber B, Beauducel A. How do working-memory-related demand, reasoning ability and aversive reinforcement modulate conflict monitoring? Front Hum Neurosci., 8:210
  54. Strang S, Utikal V, Fischbacher U, Weber B, Falk A. Neural correlates of receiving an apology and active forgiveness: An fMRI study. PLOSOne, 9(2):e87654
  55. Schneider C, Helmstaedter C, Luders E, Thompson PM, Toga AW, Elger CE, Weber B. Relation of callosal structure to cognitive abilities in temporal lobe epilepsy. Front Neurology, 5:16
  56. Weber B. Neuroscience Consumer Behavior Research - Where the Brain Research can help? J Con Prot Food Safety, 9: 276-277
  57. 2013

  58. Ortner GR, Wibral M, Becker A, Dohmen T, Klingmueller D, Falk A, Weber BNo evidence for an effect of testosterone administration on delay discounting in male university students. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 38(9), 1814-1818
  59. Ivo R, Nicklas A, Sobottke R, Delank KS, Eysel P, Weber B. Brain structural and psychometric alterations in chronic low back pain. Eur Spine J, 22(9), 1958-1964
  60. Liu WY, Weber B, Reuter M, Markett S, Chu WC, Montag C. The Big Five of Personality and structural brain imaging revisited: a VBM-DARTEL study. Neuroreport, 24(7), 375-380
  61. Markett S, Weber B, Voigt G, Montag C, Felten A, Elger CE, Reuter M. Intrinsic Connectivity Networks and Personality: The temperament dimension harm avoidance moderates functional connectivity in the resting brain. Neuroscience, 240:98-105.
  62. Feis DL, Schoene-Bake JC, Elger CE, Wagner J, Tittgemeyer M,  Weber B. Prediction of post-surgical seizure outcome in left mesial temporal lobe epilepsy, NeuroImage: Clinical, 2:903-11
  63. Wagner J, Schoene-Bake JC, Malter M, Urbach H, Huppertz HJ, Elger CE, Weber B. Quantitative FLAIR analysis indicates predominant affection of the amygdala in antibody-associated limbic encephalitis. Epilepsia, 54(9):1679-87
  64. Montag C,  Eichner M, Markett S, Quesada CM, Schoene-Bake JC, Melchers M, Plieger T, Weber B, Reuter M. An interaction of a NR3C1 polymorphism and antenatal sunspot activity impacts both hippocampus volume and neuroticism in adulthood. Front Hum Neurosci., 7:243
  65. Neeb H, Schenk J, Weber B. Multicentre Absolute Myelin Water Content Mapping: Development of a Whole Brain Atlas and Application to Low-Grade Multiple Sclerosis. Neuroimage Clin., 1(1):121-130.
  66. Faber J, Schoene-Bake JC, Trautner P, von Lehe M, Elger CE, Weber B. Progressive fibre tract affections after temporal lobe surgery. Epilepsia, 54(4):e53-7
  67. Montag C, Schoene-Bake JC, Wagner J, Reuter M, Markett S, Weber B, Quesada CM. Volumetric  hemispheric ratio as a useful tool in personality psychology. Neurosci Res., 75(2):157-9
  68. Keller SS, Ahrens T, Mohammadi S, Gerdes JS, Möddel G, Kellinghaus C, Kugel H, Weber B, Ringelstein EB, Deppe M. Voxel-Based Statistical Analysis of Fractional Anisotropy and Mean Diffusivity in Patients with Unilateral Temporal Lobe Epilepsy of Unknown Cause. J Neuroimaging, 23(3):352-9
  69. Kuss K, Falk A, Trautner P, Elger CE, Weber B, Fliessbach K. A reward prediction error for charitable donations reveals outcome orientation of donators. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 8(2):216-23
  70. 2012

  71. Rudorf S, Preuschoff K, Weber B. Neural Correlates of Anticipation Risk Reflect Risk Preference. J Neurosci, 32(47):16683–16692.
  72. Wibral M, Dohmen T, Klingmueller D, Weber B, Falk A. Testosterone administration reduces lying in men. PLOS One, 7(10):e46774.
  73. Keller SS, Schoene-Bake JC, Gerdes JS, Weber B, Deppe M. Concomitant Fractional Anisotropy and Volumetric Abnormalities in Temporal Lobe Epilepsy: Cross-Sectional Evidence for Progressive Neurologic Injury. PLOS One, 7(10):e46791.
  74. Markett S, Reuter M, Montag C, Weber B. The dopamine D2 receptor gene DRD2 and the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor gene CHRNA4 interact on striatal gray matter volume: Evidence from a genetic imaging study. Neuroimage, 64C:167-172.
  75. Dimoka A, Banker RD, Benbasat I, Davis FD, Dennis AR, Gefen D, Gupta A, Ischebeck A, Kenning P, Müller-Putz G, Pavlou P, Riedl R, vom Brocke J, Weber B. On the Use of Neurophysiological Tools in IS Research: Developing a Research Agenda for NeuroIS, MIS Quaterly, 36(3)
  76. Rohe T, Weber B, Fliessbach K. Dissociation of BOLD Responses to Reward Prediction Errors and Reward Receipt by a Model Comparison. Eur J Neurosci., 36(3):2376-82
  77. Montag C, Reuter M, Weber B, Markett S, Schoene-Bake JC. 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
  78. Fliessbach K, Philips CB, Trautner P, Schnabel M, Elger CE, Falk A, Weber B. Neural responses to advantageous and disadvantageous inequity. Front Hum Neurosci, 6:165
  79. Weber B. Neuroscience: The case for brain imaging technology. Nature, 483(7487):7.
  80. Wagner J, Schoene-Bake JC, Bien CG, Urbach H, Elger CE, Weber BAutomated 3D MRI volumetry reveals regional atrophy differences in Rasmussen Encephalitis. Epilepsia, 53(4):613-621
  81. Hoppe C, Fliessbach K, Stausberg S, Stojanovic J, Trautner P, Elger CE, Weber BA key role for experimental task performance: effects of math talent, gender and performance on the neural correlates of mental rotation. Brain Cog., 78(1):14-27
  82. Montag C, Weber B, Trautner P, Newport B, Markett S, Walter NT, Reuter M. Does excessive play of violent first-person-shooter-video-games dampen brain activity in response to emotional stimuli? Bio Psychol, 89(1):107-111
  83. 2011

  84. Raab G, Elger CE, Neuner M, Weber B. A neurological study of compulsive buying behavior. J Consum Policy, 34:401-413.
  85. Wagner J, Weber B, Urbach H, Elger CE, Huppertz HJ. Morphometric MRI improves detection of focal cortical dysplasias in comparison to conventional visual inspection. Brain, 134:2844-2854.
  86. Minnerop M+, Weber B+, Schoene-Bake JC, Roeske S, Mirbach S, Ansbach C, Schneider-Gold C, Betz RC, Helmstaedter C,  Tittgemeyer M, Klockgether T, Kornblum C. The brain in Myotonic Dystrophy 1 and 2: evidence for a predominant white matter disease. Brain, 134:3527-3543.
  87. Huppertz HJ, Wagner J, Weber B, House P, Urbach H. Automated quantitative FLAIR analysis in hippocampal sclerosis. Epi Res, 97:146-156.
  88. Reimann M, Aholt A, Neuhaus C, Schilke O, Teichert T, Zaichowsky J, Weber B. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Consumer Research: A Review and Application. Psychology and Marketing, 28(6):608-637.
  89. Ma Q, Shen Q, Xu Q, Li D, Shu L, Weber B. Empathic responses to others' gains and losses: an electrophysiological investigation. Neuroimage, 54(3):2472-2480.
  90. Greven M, Otsuka T, Zutz L, Weber B, Elger CE, Sato S. The Amount of TMJ Displacement Correlates with Brain Activity. Cranio-the Journal of Craniomandibular Practice 29:291-296.
  91. Kaaden S, Quesada CM, Urbach H, Koenig R, Weber B, Schramm J, Rudinger G, Helmstaedter C. Neurodevelopmental disruption in early-onset temporal lobe epilepsy: Evidence from a voxel-based morphometry study. Epilespy&Behavior, 20(4):694-699.
  92. Dohmen T, Falk A, Fliessbach K, Sunde U, Weber B. Relative versus Absolute Income, Joy of Winning, and Gender: Brain Imaging Evidence. Journal of Public Economics, 95(3-4):279-285.
  93. Radicke M, Mende J, Kofahl AL, Wild J, Ulucay D, Habenstein B, Deimling M, Trautner P, Weber B, Maier K. Acoustic Radiation Contrast in MR Images for breast Cancer Diagnostics – Initial Phantom Study. Ultrasound in Med. & Biol., 36(2):253-261.
  94. 2010

  95. Mende J, Schindler J, Ulucay D, Radicke M, Kofahl AL, Weber B, Krieg R, Maier K. Acoustic radiation force contrast in MRI: detection of calcifications in tissue-mimicking phantoms. Med. Phys.,37(12):6347-6356.
  96. Riedl R, Banker RD, Benbasat I, David FD, Dennis AR, Dimoka A, Gefen D, Gupta A, Ischebeck A, Kenning P, Müller-Putz G, Paylou PA, Straub DW, Brocke J, Weber B. On the Foundation of NeuroIS: Reflections on the Gmunden Retreat 2009. Communications of the Association for Information Systems,27(15).
  97. Montag C, Schoene-Bake JC, Faber J, Reuter M, Weber B. Genetic variation on the BDNF gene and differences in white matter tracts in healthy humans. Genes, Brain and Behavior, 9(8):886-891.
  98. Schoene-Bake JC, Parpaley Y, Weber B, Panksepp J, Hurwitz TA, Coenen VA. Tractographic analysis of historical lesion-surgery for depression. Neuropsychopharmacology, 35(13):2553-2563.
  99. Fliessbach K, Buerger C, Trautner P, Elger CE, Weber B. Differential effects of semantic processing on memory encoding. Hum Brain Mapp., 31(11):1653-1664.
  100. Heinemann T, Hoppe C, Weber B, Elger CE. Ethically Appropriate Handling of Incidental Findings in Human Neuroimaging Research. Clin Neurorad, 19(3):242-243.
  101. Reimann M, Zaichowsky J, Neuhaus C, Bender T, Weber B. Aesthetic package design: A behavioral, neural, and psychological investigation. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 20(4): 432-441.
  102. Schonlau M, Reuter M, Schupp J, Montag C, Weber B, Dohmen T, Siegel NA, Sunde U, Wagner GG, Falk A. Collecting Genetic Samples in Population Wide (Panel) Surveys: Feasibility, Nonresponse and Selectivity. Survey Res Meth, 4(2)
  103. Linder N, Uhl G, Fliessbach K, Trautner P, Elger CE, Weber B. Organic labeling influences food-valuation and choice. Neuroimage, 53(1):215-20.
  104. Fliessbach K, Rohe T, Linder N, Trautner P, Elger CE, Weber B. Retest Reliability of Reward-Related BOLD Signals. Neuroimage, 50(3):1168-78.
  105. Montag C, Weber B, Jentgens E, Elger CE, Reuter M. 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(4):1016-21.
  106. 2009

  107. Wellmer J, Weber B, Urbach H, Reul K, Fernandez G, Elger CE. Cerebral lesions can impair fMRI-based language lateralization. Epilepsia, 50(10):2213-24.
  108. Weber B, Rangel A, Wibral M, Falk A. The medial prefrontal cortex exhibits money illusion. PNAS, 106(13):5025-8.
  109. Reuter M, Weber B, Fiebach CJ, Elger CE, Montag C. The biological basis of anger: Associations with the gene coding for DARPP-32 (PPP1R1B) and with amygdala volume. Behav. Brain Res., 202(2):179-83.
  110. Schoene-Bake C, Faber J, Trautner P, Kaaden S, Tittgemeyer M, Elger CE, Weber B. Widespread affections of large fibre tracts in postoperative temporal lobe epilepsy. Neuroimage, 46(3):569-76.
  111. Montag C, Weber B, Fliessbach K, Elger CE, Reuter M. The BDNF Val66Met polymorphism impacts parahippocampal and amydala volume in healthy humans: Incremental support for a genetic risk factor for depression. Psych. Med., 39(11):1831-9.
  112. Cohen MX, Schoene-Bake C, Elger CE, Weber B. Connectivity-based segregation of the human striatum predicts personality characteristics. Nat. Neurosci., 12(1):32-4.
  113. Axmacher, N, Bialleck, KA, Weber B, Helmstaedter C, Elger CE, Fell J. Working memory representation in atypical language dominance. Hum Brain Mapp, 30(7):2032-43.
  114. 2008

  115. Huppertz HJ, Kröll-Seger J, Danek A, Weber B, Dorn T, Kassubek J. Automatic striatal volumetry allows for identification of patients with chorea-acanthocytosis at single subject level. J Neural Transm, 115(10):1393-400
  116. Montag C, Reuter M, Newport B, Elger CE, Weber B. The BDNF Val66Met polymorphism affects amygdala activity in response to emotional stimuli: evidence from a genetic imaging study. Neuroimage, 42(4):1554-9
  117. Mormann F, Osterhage H, Andrzejak EG, Weber B, Fernandez G, Fell J, Elger CE, Lehnertz K. Independent delta/theta rhythms in the human hippocampus and entorhinal cortex. Front. Hum. Neurosci., 2:3. doi:10.3389/neuro.09.003.2008
  118. Wellmer J, Weber B, Weis S, Klaver P, Urbach H, Reul J, Fernandez G, Elger CE. Strongly lateralized activation in language fMRI of atypical dominant patients – Implications for presurgical work-up. Epilepsy Res., 2008, 80(1):67-76
  119. Döhler F, Mormann F, Weber B, Elger CE, Lehnertz K. A cellular neural network based method for classification of magnetic resonance images: towards an automated detection of hippocampal sclerosis, J. Neurosci. Meth.,. 2008, 170(2):324-331
  120. Cohen M, Elger CE, Weber B. Amygdala tractography  predicts functional connectivity and learning during reward-guided decision-making. Neuroimage, 2008, 39(3):1396-407
  121. 2007

  122. Fließbach K, Weber B, Trautner P, Dohmen T, Sunde U, Elger CE, Falk A. Social comparison affects reward-related brain activity in the human ventral striatum. Science, 2007, 318(5854):1305-8.
  123. Cohen M, Krohn-Grimberghe A, Elger CE, Weber B. Dopamine gene predicts the brain’s response to dopaminergic drug. Eur J Neurosci, 2007, 26(12):3652-60
  124. Weber B, Luders E, Faber J, Richter S, Quesada CM, Urbach H, Thompson PM, Toga AW, Elger CE, Helmstaedter C. Distinct regional atrophy in the corpus callosum of patients with temporal lobe epilepsy. Brain, 2007, 130(Pt 12):3149-54]
  125. Weber B, Fliessbach K, Lange N, Kügler F, Elger CE. Material specific memory processing is related to language dominance. Neuroimage, 2007, 37(2):611-17
  126. Fliessbach K, Trautner P, Quesada CM, Elger CE, Weber B. Cerebellar contributions to episodic memory encoding as revealed by fMRI. Neuroimage, 2007, 35(3): 1330-7
  127. Weber B, Kügler F, Elger CE. Comparison of implicit memory encoding paradigms for the activation of mediotemporal structures. Epilepsy&Behavior, 2007, 10(3): 442-8.
  128. Mormann F, Fernández G, Klaver P, Weber B, Elger CE, Fell, J. Declarative memory formation in hippocampal sclerosis: An intracranial ERP study. Neuroreport, 2007, 18(4): 317-21
  129. Weber B, Aholt A, Neuhaus C, Trautner P, Elger CE, Teichert T.Neural evidence for Reference-Dependence in Real-Market-Transactions. Neuroimage, 2007, 35(1):441-7
  130. 2006

  131. Fliessbach K, Weis S, Klaver P, Elger CE and Weber B. The effect of word concreteness in recognition memory. Neuroimage 2006, 32(3):1413-21.
  132. Jansen A, Menke R, Sommer J, Förster AF, Bruchmann S, Hemplemann J, Weber B, and Knecht S. The assessment of hemispheric language dominance in fMRI - Robustness and Reproducibility. Neuroimage 2006, 33(1):204-17.
  133. Helmstaedter C, Fritz NE, Gonzalez Perez PA, and Weber B. Shift-back of right into left hemisphere language dominance after control of epileptic seizures: Evidence for epilepsy driven functional cerebral organization. Epilepsy Res. 2006, 70(2-3):257-62.
  134. Weber B, Wellmer J, Schür S, Dinkelacker V, Ruhlmann J, Mormann F, Axmacher N, Elger CE, and Fernández G. Presurgical Language fMRI in patients with drug-restistant epilepsy: Effects of task performance. Epilepsia 2006, 47: 880-6.
  135. Weber B, Wellmer J, Reuber M, Mormann F, Weis S, Urbach H, Ruhlmann J, Elger CE, and Fernández G. Left hippocampal pathology is associated with atypical language lateralisation in patients with focal epilepsy. Brain 2006, 129: 346-351.
  136. Weber B, Fliessbach K, Elger CE. Highly Functional Ipsilateral Motor Control after Extensive Left Hemispheric Damage during Gestation. NeuroCase, 2006, 12(5):292-5.
  137. Weber B, Hoppe C, Faber J, Axmacher N, Fliessbach K, Mormann F, Weis S, Ruhlmann J, Elger CE, and Fernández, G. Association between scalp hair-whorl direction and hemispheric language dominance. Neuroimage 2006, 30: 539-543.
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  139. Mormann F, Fell J, Axmacher N, Weber B, Lehnertz K, Elger CE, and Fernández G. Phase/amplitude reset and theta-gamma interaction in the human medial temporal lobe during a continuous word recognition memory task. Hippocampus 2005, 15: 890-900.
  140. Voermans NC, Petersson KM, Daudey L, Weber B, Spaendock KP, Kremer HPH, and Fernández G. Interaction between the human hippocampus and the caudate nucleus during route recognition. Neuron 2004, 43: 427-435.
  141. Meulenbroek O, Petersson KM, Voermans N, Weber B, and Fernández G. Age differences in neural correlates of route encoding and route recognition. Neuroimage 2004, 22: 1503-1514.
  142. Weber B, Schlicker E, Sokoloff P, Stark H. Identification of the dopamine-autoreceptor in the guinea-pig retina as D2 receptor using novel subtype-selective antagonists. Br. J. Pharmacol.  2001, 133: 1243-1248.
  143. Weber B, Schlicker E. Modulation of dopamine release in the guinea-pig retina by Gi- but not by Gs- or Gq-protein-coupled receptors. Fund. Clin. Pharm., 2002, 15:1-8.
  144. Kathmann M, Weber B, Schlicker E. Cannabinoid CB-1 receptor-mediated inhibition of acetylcholine release in the brain of NMRI, CD-1 and C57BL/6J mice. Naunyn-Schmiedeberg´s Arch. Pharm., 2001, 363:50-56.
  145. Kathmann M, Weber B, Zimmer A, Schlicker E. Enhanced acetylcholine release in the hippocampus of cannabinoid CB-1 receptor deficient mice. Br. J. Pharmacol., 2001, 132:1169-1179.

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