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Dr. Christina Schröder
Dr. Christina Schröder
Research co-ordinator
Phone: +49 341 9940-132
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Journal Article (5909)

  1. 2019
    Bae, Y. J.; Reinelt, J.; Netto, J.; Uhlig, M.; Willenberg, A.; Ceglarek, U.; Villringer, A.; Thiery, J.; Gaebler, M.; Kratzsch, J.: Salivary cortisone, as a biomarker for psychosocial stress, is associated with state anxiety and heart rate. Psychoneuroendocrinology 101, pp. 35 - 41 (2019)
  2. Ekanayake, J.; Ridgway, G. R.; Winston, J. S.; Feredoes, E.; Razi, A.; Koush, Y.; Scharnowski, F.; Weiskopf, N.; Rees, G.: Volitional modulation of higher-order visual cortex alters human perception. NeuroImage 188, pp. 291 - 301 (2019)
  3. Mahjoory, K.; Cesnaite, E.; Hohlefeld, F. U.; Villringer, A.; Nikulin, V. V.: Power and temporal dynamics of alpha oscillations at rest differentiate cognitive performance involving sustained and phasic cognitive control. NeuroImage 188, pp. 135 - 144 (2019)
  4. Cafiero, R.; Brauer, J.; Anwander, A.; Friederici, A. D.: The concurrence of cortical surface area expansion and white matter myelination in human brain development. Cerebral Cortex 29 (2), bhy277, pp. 827 - 837 (2019)
  5. Georgi, J.; Metere, R.; Jäger, C.; Morawski, M.; Möller, H. E.: Influence of the extracellular matrix on water mobility in subcortical gray matter. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 81 (2), pp. 1265 - 1279 (2019)
  6. Lorio, S.; Tierney, T. M.; McDowell, A.; Arthurs, O. J.; Lutti, A.; Weiskopf, N.; Carmichael, D. W.: Flexible proton density (PD) mapping using multi-contrast variable flip angle (VFA) data. NeuroImage 186, pp. 464 - 475 (2019)
  7. Harding, E.; Sammler, D.; Henry, M.; Large, E. W.; Kotz, S. A.: Cortical tracking of rhythm in music and speech. NeuroImage 185, pp. 96 - 101 (2019)
  8. Kumral, D.; Schaare, H. L.; Beyer, F.; Reinelt, J.; Uhlig, M.; Liem, F.; Lampe, L.; Babayan, A.; Reiter, A.; Erbey, M. et al.; Röbbig, J.; Loeffler, M.; Schroeter, M. L.; Hüsser, D.; Witte, A. V.; Villringer, A.; Gaebler, M.: The age-dependent relationship between resting heart rate variability and functional brain connectivity. NeuroImage 185, pp. 521 - 533 (2019)
  9. Sprooten, E.; O'Halloran, R.; Dinse, J.; Lee, W. H.; Moser, D. A.; Doucet, G. E.; Goodman, M.; Krinsky, H.; Paulino, A.; Rasgon, A. et al.; Leibu, E.; Balchandani, P.; Inglese, M.; Frangou, S.: Depth-dependent intracortical myelin organization in the living human brain determined by in vivo ultra-high field magnetic resonance imaging. NeuroImage 185, pp. 27 - 34 (2019)
  10. Zeidman, P.; Kazan, S. M.; Todd, N.; Weiskopf, N.; Friston, K. J.; Callaghan, M. F.: Optimizing data for modeling neuronal responses. Frontiers in Neuroscience (2019)
  11. Spanlang, B.; Nierula, B.; Haffar, M.; Debruille, J. B.: Mimicking schizophrenia: Reducing P300b by minimally fragmenting healthy participants’ selves using immersive virtual reality embodiment. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience (2019)
  12. Demirtas, M.; Ponce-Alvarez, A.; Gilson, M.; Hagmann, P.; Mantini, D.; Betti, V.; Romani, G. L.; Friston, K.; Corbetta, M.; Deco, G.: Distinct modes of functional connectivity induced by movie-watching. NeuroImage 184, pp. 335 - 348 (2019)
  13. Erb, J.; Ludwig, A. A.; Kunke, D.; Fuchs, M.; Obleser, J.: Temporal sensitivity measured shortly after cochlear implantation predicts 6-month speech recognition outcome. Ear and Hearing 40 (1), pp. 27 - 33 (2019)
  14. Gnidehou, S.; Mitran, C. J.; Arango, E.; Banman, S.; Mena, A.; Medawar, E.; Lima, B. A. S.; Doritchamou, J.; Rajwani, J.; Jin, A. et al.; Gavina, K.; Ntumngia, F.; Duffy, P.; Narum, D.; Ndam , N. T.; Nielsen, M. A.; Salanti, A.; Kano, F. S.; Carvalho, L. H.; Adams, J. H.; Maestre, A.; Good, M. F.; Yanow, S. K.: Cross-species immune recognition between plasmodium vivax duffy binding protein antibodies and the plasmodium falciparum surface antigen VAR2CSA. The Journal of Infectious Diseases 219 (1), pp. 110 - 120 (2019)
  15. Püschel, J.; Miehle, K.; Mueller, K.; Villringer, A.; Stumvoll, M.; Fasshauer, M.; Schlögl, H.: Beneficial effects of leptin substitution on impaired eating behavior in lipodystrophy are sustained beyond 150 weeks of treatment. Cytokine 113, pp. 400 - 404 (2019)
  16. Schindler, S.; Schmidt, L.; Stroske, M.; Storch, M.; Anwander, A.; Trampel, R.; Strauß, M.; Hegerl, U.; Geyer, S.; Schönknecht, P.: Hypothalamus enlargement in mood disorders. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 139 (1), pp. 56 - 67 (2019)
  17. 2018
    Volz, S.; Callaghan, M. F.; Josephs, O.; Weiskopf, N.: Maximising BOLD sensitivity through automated EPI protocol optimisation. NeuroImage: Clinical (2018)
  18. Daikoku, T.: Entropy, uncertainty, and the depth of implicit knowledge on musical creativity: Computational study of improvisation in melody and rhythm. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience (2018)
  19. Ponce-Alvarez, A.; Jouary, A.; Privat, M.; Deco, G.; Sumbre, G.: Whole-brain neuronal activity displays crackling noise dynamics. Neuron 100 (6), e6, pp. 1446 - 1459 (2018)
  20. Engert, V.; Linz, R.; Grant, J.: Embodied stress: The physiological resonance of psychosocial stress. Psychoneuroendocrinology (2018)
  21. Caan, M. W. A.; Bazin, P.-L.; Marques, J. P.; de Hollander, G.; Dumoulin, S. O.; van der Zwaag, W.: MP2RAGEME: T1, T2*, and QSM mapping in one sequence at 7 tesla. Human Brain Mapping (2018)
  22. Hoehl, S.; Markova, G.: Moving developmental social neuroscience toward a second-person approach. PLoS Biology (2018)
  23. Medawar, E.; Benway, T. A.; Liu, W.; Hanan, T. A.; Haslehurst, P.; James, O. T.; Yap, K.; Muessig, L.; Moroni, F.; Nahaboo Solim, M. A. et al.; Baidildinova, G.; Wang, R.; Richardson, J. C.; Cacucc, F.; Salih, D. A.; Cummings, D. M.; Edwards, F. A.: Effects of rising amyloidβ levels on hippocampal synaptic transmission, microglial response and cognition in APPSwe/PSEN1M146V transgenic mice. EBioMedicine (2018)
  24. Oligschläger, S.; Xu, T.; Baczkowski, B.; Falkiewicz, M.; Falchier, A.; Linn, G.; Margulies, D. S.: Gradients of connectivity distance in the cerebral cortex of the macaque monkey. Brain Structure & Function (2018)
  25. Seif, M.; Ziegler, G.; Freund, P.: Progressive ventricles enlargement and cerebrospinal fluid volume increases as a marker of neurodegeneration in patients with spinal cord injury: A longitudinal magnetic resonance imaging study. Journal of Neurotrauma 35 (24), pp. 2941 - 2946 (2018)
 
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