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Anticipation of monetary and social reward differently activates mesolimbic brain structures in men and women
KN Spreckelmeyer, S Krach, G Kohls, L Rademacher, A Irmak, K Konrad, ...
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 4 (2), 158-165, 2009
3282009
Can machines think? Interaction and perspective taking with robots investigated via fMRI
S Krach, F Hegel, B Wrede, G Sagerer, F Binkofski, T Kircher
PloS one 3 (7), e2597, 2008
2572008
Dissociation of neural networks for anticipation and consumption of monetary and social rewards.
L Rademacher, S Krach, G Kohls, A Irmak, G Gründer, KN Spreckelmeyer
Neuroimage, 2010
2472010
Your flaws are my pain: linking empathy to vicarious embarrassment
A Krach, S., Cohrs, C., Cruz de Echeverría Loebell, N., Kircher, T., Sommer ...
PLoS ONE, 2011
1692011
Neural correlates of narrative shifts during auditory story comprehension
C Whitney, W Huber, J Klann, S Weis, S Krach, T Kircher
Neuroimage 47 (1), 360-366, 2009
1332009
The rewarding nature of social interactions
S Krach, FM Paulus, M Bodden, T Kircher
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 4, 22, 2010
1242010
Effect of CACNA1C rs1006737 on neural correlates of verbal fluency in healthy individuals
A Krug, V Nieratschker, V Markov, S Krach, A Jansen, K Zerres, ...
Neuroimage 49 (2), 1831-1836, 2010
1052010
Understanding social robots: A user study on anthropomorphism
F Hegel, S Krach, T Kircher, B Wrede, G Sagerer
RO-MAN 2008-The 17th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human …, 2008
872008
Association of rs1006737 in CACNA1C with alterations in prefrontal activation and fronto‐hippocampal connectivity
FM Paulus, J Bedenbender, S Krach, M Pyka, A Krug, J Sommer, M Mette, ...
Human brain mapping 35 (4), 1190-1200, 2014
842014
Are women better mindreaders? Sex differences in neural correlates of mentalizing detected with functional MRI
S Krach, I Blümel, D Marjoram, T Lataster, L Krabbendam, J Weber, ...
BMC neuroscience 10 (1), 9, 2009
812009
Neural pathways of embarrassment and their modulation by social anxiety
L Müller-Pinzler, V Gazzola, C Keysers, J Sommer, A Jansen, S Frässle, ...
NeuroImage 119, 252-261, 2015
772015
Online mentalising investigated with functional MRI
T Kircher, I Blümel, D Marjoram, T Lataster, L Krabbendam, J Weber, ...
Neuroscience letters 454 (3), 176-181, 2009
772009
Effects of a CACNA1C genotype on attention networks in healthy individuals
M Thimm, T Kircher, T Kellermann, V Markov, S Krach, A Jansen, K Zerres, ...
Psychological medicine 41 (7), 1551, 2011
752011
Mentalizing and the role of the posterior superior temporal sulcus in sharing others' embarrassment
FM Paulus, L Müller-Pinzler, A Jansen, V Gazzola, S Krach
Cerebral cortex 25 (8), 2065-2075, 2015
732015
Partial support for ZNF804A genotype‐dependent alterations in prefrontal connectivity
FM Paulus, S Krach, J Bedenbender, M Pyka, J Sommer, A Krug, S Knake, ...
Human brain mapping 34 (2), 304-313, 2013
692013
Taxonomic and thematic categories: Neural correlates of categorization in an auditory-to-visual priming task using fMRI
K Sass, O Sachs, S Krach, T Kircher
Brain research 1270, 78-87, 2009
692009
Lion—tiger—stripes: Neural correlates of indirect semantic priming across processing modalities.
K Sass, S Krach, O Sachs, T Kircher
Neuroimage, 2009
672009
When your friends make you cringe: social closeness modulates vicarious embarrassment-related neural activity
L Müller-Pinzler, L Rademacher, FM Paulus, S Krach
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 11 (3), 466-475, 2016
632016
Genetic variation in the schizophrenia‐risk gene neuregulin 1 correlates with brain activation and impaired speech production in a verbal fluency task in healthy individuals
T Kircher, A Krug, V Markov, C Whitney, S Krach, K Zerres, T Eggermann, ...
Human brain mapping 30 (10), 3406-3416, 2009
592009
Priming words with pictures: Neural correlates of semantic associations in a cross‐modal priming task using fMRI
T Kircher, K Sass, O Sachs, S Krach
Human Brain Mapping 30 (12), 4116-4128, 2009
542009
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