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Zsuzsika Sjoerds, Ph.D.

Fellow-Group Schlagenhauf Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig 
Neuroimaging, Psychiatry, Addiction, Affective Disorders
"Zsuzsika Sjoerds"
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Luigjes J, Lorenzetti V, de Haan S, et al. (2019) Defining Compulsive Behavior. Neuropsychology Review. 29: 4-13
Mackey S, Allgaier N, Chaarani B, et al. (2018) Mega-Analysis of Gray Matter Volume in Substance Dependence: General and Substance-Specific Regional Effects. The American Journal of Psychiatry. appiajp201817040415
Yücel M, Oldenhof E, Ahmed S, et al. (2018) A transdiagnostic dimensional approach towards a neuropsychological assessment for addiction: an international Delphi consensus study. Addiction (Abingdon, England)
Luettgau L, Schlagenhauf F, Sjoerds Z. (2018) Acute and past subjective stress influence working memory and related neural substrates. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 96: 25-34
Sjoerds Z, Dietrich A, Deserno L, et al. (2016) Slips of Action and Sequential Decisions: A Cross-Validation Study of Tasks Assessing Habitual and Goal-Directed Action Control. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 10: 234
Mackey S, Kan KJ, Chaarani B, et al. (2016) Genetic imaging consortium for addiction medicine: From neuroimaging to genes. Progress in Brain Research. 224: 203-23
Sjoerds Z, Stufflebeam SM, Veltman DJ, et al. (2015) Loss of brain graph network efficiency in alcohol dependence. Addiction Biology
Radenbach C, Reiter AM, Engert V, et al. (2015) The interaction of acute and chronic stress impairs model-based behavioral control. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 53: 268-80
Sjoerds Z, Luigjes J, van den Brink W, et al. (2014) The role of habits and motivation in human drug addiction: a reflection. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 5: 8
Sjoerds Z, van den Brink W, Beekman AT, et al. (2014) Cue reactivity is associated with duration and severity of alcohol dependence: an FMRI study. Plos One. 9: e84560
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