Joram Soch
Joram Soch
Research Associate, BCCN Berlin
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Trait anxiety modulates fronto-limbic processing of emotional interference in borderline personality disorder
J Holtmann, MC Herbort, T Wüstenberg, J Soch, S Richter, H Walter, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 54, 2013
How to avoid mismodelling in GLM-based fMRI data analysis: cross-validated Bayesian model selection
J Soch, JD Haynes, C Allefeld
NeuroImage 141, 469-489, 2016
Inhibition of information flow to the default mode network during self-reference versus reference to others
J Soch, L Deserno, A Assmann, A Barman, H Walter, ...
Cerebral Cortex 27 (8), 3930-3942, 2017
Motivational salience and genetic variability of dopamine D2 receptor expression interact in the modulation of interference processing
A Richter, S Richter, A Barman, J Soch, M Klein, A Assmann, C Libeau, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 250, 2013
MACS–a new SPM toolbox for model assessment, comparison and selection
J Soch, C Allefeld
Journal of neuroscience methods 306, 19-31, 2018
Behavioral and neural manifestations of reward memory in carriers of low-expressing versus high-expressing genetic variants of the dopamine D2 receptor
A Richter, A Barman, T Wüstenberg, J Soch, D Schanze, A Deibele, ...
Frontiers in psychology 8, 654, 2017
A negative relationship between ventral striatal loss anticipation response and impulsivity in borderline personality disorder
MC Herbort, J Soch, T Wüstenberg, K Krauel, M Pujara, M Koenigs, ...
NeuroImage: Clinical 12, 724-736, 2016
Epistatic interaction of genetic depression risk variants in the human subgenual cingulate cortex during memory encoding
BH Schott, A Assmann, P Schmierer, J Soch, S Erk, M Garbusow, ...
Translational psychiatry 4 (3), e372-e372, 2014
Gender-specific modulation of neural mechanisms underlying social reward processing by Autism Quotient
A Barman, S Richter, J Soch, A Deibele, A Richter, A Assmann, ...
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 10 (11), 1537-1547, 2015
Genetic variation of the RASGRF1 regulatory region affects human hippocampus-dependent memory
A Barman, A Assmann, S Richter, J Soch, H Schütze, T Wüstenberg, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 260, 2014
How to improve parameter estimates in GLM-based fMRI data analysis: cross-validated Bayesian model averaging
J Soch, AP Meyer, JD Haynes, C Allefeld
NeuroImage 158, 186-195, 2017
Kullback-Leibler divergence for the normal-gamma distribution
J Soch, C Allefeld
arXiv preprint arXiv:1611.01437, 2016
Neurocan genome‐wide psychiatric risk variant affects explicit memory performance and hippocampal function in healthy humans
A Assmann, A Richter, H Schütze, J Soch, A Barman, G Behnisch, L Knopf, ...
European Journal of Neuroscience, 2020
Inverse Transformed Encoding Models–a solution to the problem of correlated trial-by-trial parameter estimates in fMRI decoding
J Soch, C Allefeld, JD Haynes
Neuroimage 209, 116449, 2020
Solving the problem of overfitting in neuroimaging? Cross-validated Bayesian model selection for methodological control in fMRI data analysis
J Soch, C Allefeld, JD Haynes
F1000Research 4, 2015
Bayesian model selection favors parametric over categorical fMRI subsequent memory models in young and older adults
J Soch, A Richter, H Schütze, JM Kizilirmak, A Assmann, L Knopf, ...
NeuroImage, 117820, 2021
A comprehensive score reflecting memory-related fMRI activations and deactivations as potential biomarker for neurocognitive aging
J Soch, A Richter, H Schütze, JM Kizilirmak, A Assmann, H Feldhoff, ...
bioRxiv, 2021
Model Selection for General Linear Models in FMRI Data Analysis
J Soch
Humboldt-Universität Berlin, 2017
Learning by insight as a potential strategy to improve memory encoding in older adults
JM Kizilirmak, L Fischer, J Krause, J Soch, A Richter, BH Schott
PsyArXiv, 2021
Reconstruction of motion direction from fMRI data
R Barbieri, FM Töpfer, J Soch, C Bogler, JD Haynes
Journal of Vision 20 (11), 1274-1274, 2020
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