Director

Prof. Dr. Arno Villringer
Prof. Dr. Arno Villringer
Director
Phone: +49 341 9940-2220
Fax: +49 341 9940-2221

Secretariat

Birgit Mittag
Personal assistant
Phone: +49 341 9940-2220
Fax: +49 341 9940-2221
Cornelia Ketscher
Personal assistant, Equal opportunities officer
Phone: +49 341 9940-2219
Fax: +49 341 9940-2221

Department of Neurology

Publications

Journal Article (657)

  1. 2018
    Bianco, R.; Novembre, G.; Keller, P. E.; Villringer, A.; Sammler, D.: Musical genre-dependent behavioural and EEG signatures of action planning: A comparison between classical and jazz pianists. NeuroImage 169, pp. 383 - 394 (2018)
  2. Hellrung, L.; Dietrich, A.; Hollmann, M.; Pleger, B.; Kalberlah, C.; Roggenhofer, E.; Villringer, A.; Horstmann, A.: Intermittent compared to continuous real-time fMRI neurofeedback boosts control over amygdala activation. NeuroImage 166, pp. 198 - 208 (2018)
  3. Kuehn, E.; Haggard, P.; Villringer, A.; Pleger, B.; Sereno, M. I.: Visually-driven maps in area 3b. The Journal of Neuroscience 38 (5), pp. 1295 - 1310 (2018)
  4. Galinovic, I.; Kochova, E.; Khalil, A.; Villringer, K.; Piper, S. K.; Fiebach, J. B.: The ratio between cerebral blood flow and Tmax predicts the quality of collaterals in acute ischemic stroke. PLoS One (2018)
  5. Schroeter, M. L.; Pawelke, S.; Bisenius, S.; Kynast, J.; Schuemberg, K.; Polyakova, M.; Anderl-Straub, S.; Danek, A.; Fassbender, K.; Jahn, H. et al.; Jessen, F.; Kornhuber, J.; Lauer, M.; Prudlo, J.; Schneider, A.; Uttner, I.; Thöne-Otto, A. I. T.; Otto, M.; Diehl-Schmid, J.: A modified reading the mind in the eyes test predicts behavioral variant frontotemporal dementia better than executive function tests. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience (2018)
  6. İşcan, Z.; Nikulin, V.: Steady state visual evoked potential (SSVEP) based brain-computer interface (BCI) performance under different perturbations. PLoS One (2018)
  7. Fritz, T.; Bowling, D. L.; Contier, O.; Grant, J.; Schneider, L.; Lederer, A.; Höer, F.; Busch, E.; Villringer, A.: Musical agency during physical exercise decreases pain. Frontiers in Psychology (2018)
  8. Trapp, S.; Havlicek, O.; Schirmer, A.; Keller, P. E.: When the rhythm disappears and the mind keeps dancing: Sustained effects of attentional entrainment. Psychological Research (2018)
  9. Kuehn, E.; Chen, X.; Geise, P.; Oltmer, J.; Wolbers, T.: Social targets improve body-based and environment-based strategies during spatial navigation. Experimental Brain Research (2018)
  10. Roswandowitz, C.; Kappes, C.; Obrig, H.; von Kriegstein, K.: Obligatory and facultative brain regions for voice-identity recognition. Brain 141 (1), pp. 234 - 247 (2018)
  11. 2017
    Kube, J.; Mathar, D.; Horstmann, A.; Kotz, S. A.; Villringer, A.; Neumann, J.: Altered monetary loss processing and reinforcement-based learning in individuals with obesity. Brain Imaging and Behavior (2017)
  12. Melie-Garcia, L.; Slater, D.; Ruef, A.; Sanabria-Diaz, G.; Preisig, M.; Kherif, F.; Draganski, B.; Lutti, A.: Networks of myelin covariance. Human Brain Mapping (2017)
  13. Wu, H.-C.; Liao, Y.-C.; Cheng, Y.-H.; Shih, P.-C.; Tsai, C.-M.; Lin, C.-Y.: The potential effect of a vibrotactile glove rehabilitation system on motor recovery in chronic post-stroke hemiparesis. Technology and Health Care 25 (6), pp. 1183 - 1187 (2017)
  14. von Lautz, A. H.; Herding, J.; Ludwig, S.; Nierhaus, T.; Maess, B.; Villringer, A.; Blankenburg, F.: Gamma and beta oscillations in human MEG encode the contents of vibrotactile working memory. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience (2017)
  15. Fischmeister, F. P.; Martins, M.; Beisteiner, R.; Fitch, W. T.: Self-similarity and recursion as default modes in human cognition. Cortex 97, pp. 183 - 201 (2017)
  16. Frisch, S.; Thiel, F.; Schroeter, M. L.; Jentzsch, R. T.: Apathy and cognitive deficits in patients with transient global ischemia after cardiac arrest. Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology 30 (4), pp. 172 - 175 (2017)
  17. Nickchen, K.; Boehme, R.; del Mar Amador, M.; Hälbig, T. D.; Dehnicke, K.; Panneck, P.; Behr, J.; Prass, K.; Heinz, A.; Deserno, L. et al.; Schlagenhauf, F.; Priller, J.: Reversal learning reveals cognitive deficits and altered prediction error encoding in the ventral striatum in Huntington’s disease. Brain Imaging and Behavior 11 (6), pp. 1862 - 1872 (2017)
  18. Sebold, M.; Nebe, S.; Garbusow, M.; Guggenmos, M.; Schad, D. J.; Beck, A.; Kuitunen-Paul, S.; Sommer, C.; Frank, R.; Neu, P. et al.; Zimmermann, U. S.; Rapp, M. A.; Smolka, M. N.; Huys, Q. J. M.; Schlagenhauf, F.; Heinz, A.: When habits are dangerous: Alcohol expectancies and habitual decision making predict relapse in alcohol dependence. Biological Psychiatry 82 (11), pp. 847 - 856 (2017)
  19. Zsido, R.; Villringer, A.; Sacher, J.: Using position emission tomography to investigate hormone-mediated neurochemical changes across the female lifespan: Implications for depression. International Review of Psychiatry 29 (6), pp. 580 - 596 (2017)
  20. Bolenz, F.; Reiter, A.; Eppinger, B.: Developmental changes in learning: Computational mechanisms and social influences. Frontiers in Psychology (2017)
 
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