Christian Windischberger

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Paul K, Tik M, Hahn A, et al. (2021) Give me a pain that I am used to: distinct habituation patterns to painful and non-painful stimulation. Scientific Reports. 11: 22929
Sladky R, Hahn A, Karl IL, et al. (2021) Dynamic causal modeling of the prefrontal-amygdala network during processing of emotional faces. Brain Connectivity
Rütgen M, Pfabigan DM, Tik M, et al. (2021) Detached empathic experience of others' pain in remitted states of depression - An fMRI study. Neuroimage. Clinical. 31: 102699
Wagner IC, Rütgen M, Hummer A, et al. (2020) Placebo-induced pain reduction is associated with negative coupling between brain networks at rest. Neuroimage. 117024
Bukowski H, Tik M, Silani G, et al. (2020) When differences matter: rTMS/fMRI reveals how differences in dispositional empathy translate to distinct neural underpinnings of self-other distinction in empathy. Cortex. 128: 143-161
Geissberger N, Tik M, Sladky R, et al. (2020) Reproducibility of amygdala activation in facial emotion processing at 7T. Neuroimage. 211: 116585
Spies M, Klöbl M, Höflich A, et al. (2019) Association between dynamic resting-state functional connectivity and ketamine plasma levels in visual processing networks. Scientific Reports. 9: 11484
Baldinger-Melich P, Urquijo Castro MF, Seiger R, et al. (2019) Sex Matters: A Multivariate Pattern Analysis of Sex- and Gender-Related Neuroanatomical Differences in Cis- and Transgender Individuals Using Structural Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Kraus C, Seiger R, Pfabigan D, et al. (2019) Hippocampal Subfields in Acute and Remitted Depression - an Ultra-High Field Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study. The International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology
Rütgen M, Pletti C, Tik M, et al. (2019) Antidepressant treatment, not depression, leads to reductions in behavioral and neural responses to pain empathy. Translational Psychiatry. 9: 164
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