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2015

Heck, Angela and Fastenrath, Matthias and Coynel, David and Auschra, Bianca and Bickel, Horst and Freytag, Virginie and Gschwind, Leo and Hartmann, Francina and Jessen, Frank and Kaduszkiewicz, Hanna and Maier, Wolfgang and Milnik, Annette and Pentzek, Michael and Riedel-Heller, Steffi G. and Spalek, Klara and Vogler, Christian and Wagner, Michael and Weyerer, Siegfried and Wolfsgruber, Steffen and de Quervain, Dominique J.-F. and Papassotiropoulos, Andreas. (2015) Genetic Analysis of Association Between Calcium Signaling and Hippocampal Activation, Memory Performance in the Young and Old, and Risk for Sporadic Alzheimer Disease. JAMA Psychiatry, 72 (10). pp. 1029-1036.

2014

Heck, Angela and Fastenrath, Matthias and Ackermann, Sandra and Auschra, Bianca and Bickel, Horst and Coynel, David and Gschwind, Leo and Jessen, Frank and Kaduszkiewicz, Hanna and Maier, Wolfgang and Milnik, Annette and Pentzek, Michael and Riedel-Heller, Steffi G. and Ripke, Stephan and Spalek, Klara and Sullivan, Patrick and Vogler, Christian and Wagner, Michael and Weyerer, Siegfried and Wolfsgruber, Steffen and de Quervain, Dominique J.-F. and Papassotiropoulos, Andreas. (2014) Converging genetic and functional brain imaging evidence links neuronal excitability to working memory, psychiatric disease, and brain activity. Neuron, Vol. 81, H. 5. S. 1203-1213.

Vogler, C. and Gschwind, L. and Coynel, D. and Freytag, V. and Milnik, A. and Egli, T. and Heck, A. and de Quervain, D. J.-F. and Papassotiropoulos, A.. (2014) Substantial SNP-based heritability estimates for working memory performance. Translational psychiatry, Vol. 4, H. 9 , e438.

2012

Ackermann, Sandra and Spalek, Klara and Rasch, Björn and Gschwind, Leo and Coynel, David and Fastenrath, Matthias and Papassotiropoulos, Andreas and de Quervain, Dominique J.-F.. (2012) Testosterone levels in healthy men are related to amygdala reactivity and memory performance. Psychoneuroendocrinology, Vol. 37, H. 9 , S. 1417–1424.