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O'Leary, Aet ; Fernàndez-Castillo, Noèlia ; Gan, Gabriela ; Yang, Yunbo ; Yotova, Anna Y. ; Kranz, Thorsten M. ; Grünewald, Lena ; Freudenberg, Florian ; Antón-Galindo, Ester ; Cabana-Domínguez, Judit ; Harneit, Anais ; Schweiger, Janina I. ; Schwarz, Kristina ; Ma, Ren ; Chen, Junfang ; Schwarz, Emanuel ; Rietschel, Marcella ; Tost, Heike ; Meyer-Lindenberg, Andreas ; Pané-Farré, Christiane A. ; Kircher, Tilo ; Hamm, Alfons O. ; Burguera, Demian ; Roth Mota, Nina ; Franke, Barbara ; Schweiger, Susann ; Winter, Jennifer ; Heinz, Andreas ; Erk, Susanne ; Romanczuk-Seifferth, Nina ; Walter, Henrik ; Ströhle, Andreas ; Fehm, Lydia ; Fydrich, Thomas ; Lueken, Ulrike ; Weber, Heike ; Lang, Thomas ; Gerlach, Alexander L. ; Nöthen, Markus M. ; Alpers, Georg W. ORCID: 0000-0001-9896-5158 ; Arolt, Volker ; Witt, Stephanie ; Richter, Jan ; Straube, Benjamin ; Cormand, Bru ; Slattery, David A. ; Reif, Andreas (2022) Behavioural and functional evidence revealing the role of RBFOX1 variation in multiple psychiatric disorders and traits. Open Access Molecular Psychiatry Basingstoke ; London tba tba 1-10 [Article]
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Bähner, Florian ; Demanuele, Charmaine ; Schweiger, Janina I. ; Gerchen, Martin Fungisai ; Zamoscik, Vera ; Ueltzhöffer, Kai ; Hahn, Tim ; Meyer, Patric ; Flor, Herta ; Durstewitz, Daniel ; Tost, Heike ; Kirsch, Peter ; Plichta, Michael M. ; Meyer-Lindenberg, Andreas (2015) Hippocampal–dorsolateral prefrontal coupling as a species-conserved cognitive mechanism: A human translational imaging sStudy. Neuropsychopharmacology New York, NY , London 40 7 1674-1681 [Article]

Plichta, Michael M. ; Schwarz, Adam J. ; Grimm, Oliver ; Morgen, Katrin ; Mier, Daniela ; Haddad, Leila ; Gerdes, Antje B. M. ; Sauer, Carina ; Tost, Heike ; Esslinger, Christine ; Colman, Peter ; Wilson, Frederick ; Kirsch, Peter ; Meyer-Lindenberg, Andreas (2012) Test–retest reliability of evoked BOLD signals from a cognitive–emotive fMRI test battery. Open Access NeuroImage San Diego, Calif. , Orlando, Fla. 60 3 1746-1758 [Article]
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