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Krummenacher, P. and Kussowsky, J. and Schwarz, C. and Brugger, P. and Kelley, J. and Meyer, A. and Gaab, J.. (2014) Expectancy-Induced placebo analgesia in children and the role of magical thinking. Journal of pain, Vol. 15, H. 12. pp. 1282-1293.

Brugger, P. and Loetscher, T. and Graves, RE. and Knoch, D.. (2007) Semantic, perceptual and number space: relations between category width and spatial processing. Neuroscience Letters, 418 (2). pp. 133-137.

Knoch, D. and Gianotti, LR. and Pascual-Leone, A. and Treyer, V. and Regard, M. and Hohmann, M. and Brugger, P.. (2006) Disruption of right prefrontal cortex by low-frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation induces risk-taking behavior. Journal of Neuroscience, 26 (24). pp. 6469-6472.

Burrack, A. and Knoch, D. and Brugger, P.. (2006) Mitempfindung in synaesthetes: co-incidence or meaningful association? Cortex, 42 (2). pp. 151-154.

Knoch, D. and Brugger, P. and Regard, M.. (2005) Suppressing versus releasing a habit: frequency-dependent effects of prefrontal transcranial magnetic stimulation. Cerebral Cortex, 15 (7). pp. 885-887.

Knoch, D. and Gianotti, LR. and Mohr, C. and Brugger, P.. (2005) Synesthesia: when colors count. Brain Research, 25 (1). pp. 372-374.

Brugger, P. and Knoch, D. and Mohr, C. and Gianotti, L. R. R.. (2004) Is digit-color synaesthesia strictly unidirectional? Preliminary evidence for an implicitly colored number space in three synaesthetes. Acta Neuropsychologica, 2 (3). pp. 252-258.

Gianotti, L. R. and Mohr, C. and Pizzagalli, D. and Lehmann, D. and Brugger, P.. (2001) Associative processing and paranormal belief. Psychiatry and clinical neurosciences : published on behalf of the Folia Publishing Society, Vol. 55, H. 6. pp. 595-603.

Mohr, C. and Graves, R. E. and Gianotti, L. R. and Pizzagalli, D. and Brugger, P.. (2001) Loose but normal : a semantic association study. Journal of psycholinguistic research, Vol. 30, H. 5. pp. 475-483.

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