Abteilung Soziale Neurowissenschaft


Zeitschriftenartikel (20)

  1. 2018
    Lumma, A.-L.; Valk, S. L.; Böckler, A.; Vrticka, P.; Singer, T.: Change in emotional self-concept following socio-cognitive training relates to structural plasticity of the prefrontal cortex. Brain and Behavior (2018)
  2. 2017
    Lumma, A.-L.; Böckler, A.; Vrticka, P.; Singer, T.: Who am I? Differential effects of three contemplative mental trainings on emotional word use in self-descriptions. Self and Identity 16 (5), S. 607 - 628 (2017)
  3. 2016
    Baker, J. M.; Liu, N.; Cui, X.; Vrticka, P.; Saggar, M.; Hosseini, S. M. H.; Reiss, A. L.: Sex differences in neural and behavioral signatures of cooperation revealed by fNIRS hyperscanning. Scientific Reports (2016)
  4. Saggar, M.; Vrticka, P.; Reiss, A. L.: Understanding the influence of personality on dynamic social gesture processing: An fMRI study. Neuropsychologia 80, S. 71 - 78 (2016)
  5. 2014
    Vrticka, P.; Sander, D.; Anderson, B.; Badoud, D.; Eliez, S.; Dabenne, M.: Social feedback processing from early to late adolescence: Influence of sex, age, and attachment style. Brain and Behavior (2014)
  6. Vrticka, P.; Lorier, L.; Bediou, B.; Sander, D.: Human amygdala response to dynamic facial expressions of positive and negative surprise. Emotion 14 (1), S. 161 - 169 (2014)
  7. Debanne, M.; Vrticka, P.; Lazouret, M.; Badoud, D.; Sander, D.; Eliez, S.: Self-reflection and positive schizotypy in the adolescent brain. Schizophrenia Research 152 (1), S. 65 - 72 (2014)
  8. 2013
    Vrticka, P.; Black, J. M.; Reiss, A. L.: The neural basis of humour processing. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 14 (12), S. 860 - 868 (2013)
  9. Vrticka, P.; Black, J. M.; Neely, M.; Walter Shelly, E.; Reiss, A. L.: Humor processing in children: Influence of temperament, age and IQ. Neuropsychologia 51 (13), S. 2799 - 2811 (2013)
  10. Vrticka, P.; Neely, M.; Walter Shelly, E.; Black, J. M.; Reiss, A. L.: Sex-differences during humor appreciation in child-sibling pairs. Social Neuroscience 8 (4), S. 291 - 304 (2013)
  11. Vrticka, P.; Simioni, S.; Fornari, E.; Schluep, M.; Vuilleumier, P.; Sander, D.: Neural substrates of social emotion regulation: A fMRI study on imitation and expressive suppression to dynamic facial signals. Frontiers in Psychology (2013)
  12. Vrticka, P.; Sander, D.; Vuilleumier, P.: Lateralized interactive social content and valence processing within the human amygdala. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience (2013)
  13. 2012
    Vrticka, P.: Interpersonal closeness and social reward processing. The Journal of Neuroscience 32 (37), S. 12649 - 12650 (2012)
  14. Vrticka, P.; Bondolfi, G.; Sander, D.; Vuilleumier, P.: The neural substrates of social emotion perception and regulation are modulated by adult attachment style. Social Neuroscience 7 (5), S. 473 - 493 (2012)
  15. Vrticka, P.; Vuilleumier, P.: Neuroscience of human social interactions and adult attachement style. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience (2012)
  16. Vrticka, P.; Sander, D.; Vuilleumier, P.: Influence of adult attachment style on the perception of social and non-social emotional scenes. Journal of Social & Personal Relationships 29 (4), S. 530 - 544 (2012)
  17. 2011
    Vrticka, P.; Sander, D.; Vuilleumier, P.: Effects of emotion regulation strategy on brain responses to the valence and social content of visual scenes. Neuropsychologia 49 (5), S. 1067 - 1082 (2011)
  18. 2009
    Vrticka, P.; Andersson, F.; Sander, D.; Vuilleumier, P.: Memory for friends and foes: The social context of past encounters with faces modulates their subsequent neural traces in the brain. Social Neuroscience 4 (5), S. 384 - 401 (2009)
  19. 2008
    Vrticka, P.; Andersson, F.; Grandjean, D.; Sander, D.; Vuilleumier, P.: Individual attachment style modulates human amygdala and striatum activation during social appraisal. PLoS One (2008)
  20. Buchmann, A.; Mondadori, C. R.; Hänggi, J.; Aerni, A.; Vrticka, P.; Luechinger, R.; Boesiger, P.; Hock, C.; Nitsch, R. M.; de Quervain, D. J. et al.; Papassotiropoulos, A.; Henke, K.: Prion protein M129V polymorphism affects retrieval-related brain activity. Neuropsychologia 46 (9), S. 2389 - 2402 (2008)
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