Vanessa Neß

Affiliations: 
Biopsychology Ruhr-University Bochum/St. Josefs Hospital, Bochum, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany 
Area:
Inhibitory Processes
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Ness V, Malcolm W, McGivern G, et al. (2015) Growth in nurse prescribing of antibiotics: the Scottish experience 2007-13. The Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy
Stock AK, Ness V, Beste C. (2015) Complex sensorimotor transformation processes required for response selection are facilitated by the striatum. Neuroimage. 123: 33-41
Arning L, Ocklenburg S, Schulz S, et al. (2015) Handedness and the X chromosome: the role of androgen receptor CAG-repeat length. Scientific Reports. 5: 8325
Beste C, Stock AK, Ness V, et al. (2015) Evidence for divergent effects of neurodegeneration in Huntington's disease on attentional selection and neural plasticity: implications for excitotoxicity. Brain Structure & Function. 220: 1437-47
Ness V, Bestgen AK, Saft C, et al. (2014) Changes in cognitive control in pre-manifest Huntington's disease examined using pre-saccadic EEG potentials - a longitudinal study. Journal of Huntington's Disease. 3: 33-43
Price L, Duffy K, McCallum J, et al. (2014) Are theoretical perspectives useful to explain nurses' tolerance of suboptimal care? Journal of Nursing Management
Ness V, Duffy K, McCallum J, et al. (2014) Getting published: reflections of a collaborative writing group. Nurse Education Today. 34: 1-5
Ocklenburg S, Ness V, Güntürkün O, et al. (2013) Response inhibition is modulated by functional cerebral asymmetries for facial expression perception. Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 879
Ness V, Beste C. (2013) The role of the striatum in goal activation of cascaded actions. Neuropsychologia. 51: 2562-71
Arning L, Ocklenburg S, Schulz S, et al. (2013) PCSK6 VNTR Polymorphism Is Associated with Degree of Handedness but Not Direction of Handedness. Plos One. 8: e67251
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