Prof. Dr. Martin Reuter
Prof. Dr. Martin Reuter
Professor für Differentielle und Biologische Psychologie, Universität Bonn
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Genetically determined differences in learning from errors
TA Klein, J Neumann, M Reuter, J Hennig, DY von Cramon, M Ullsperger
Science 318 (5856), 1642-1645, 2007
Is it meaningful to distinguish between generalized and specific Internet addiction? Evidence from a cross‐cultural study from G ermany, S weden, T aiwan and C hina
C Montag, K Bey, P Sha, M Li, YF Chen, WY Liu, YK Zhu, CB Li, S Markett, ...
Asia‐Pacific Psychiatry 7 (1), 20-26, 2015
Reduced grid-cell–like representations in adults at genetic risk for Alzheimer’s disease
L Kunz, TN Schröder, H Lee, C Montag, B Lachmann, R Sariyska, ...
Science 350 (6259), 430-433, 2015
Identification of first candidate genes for creativity: a pilot study
M Reuter, S Roth, K Holve, J Hennig
Brain research 1069 (1), 190-197, 2006
Memory consolidation by replay of stimulus-specific neural activity
L Deuker, J Olligs, J Fell, TA Kranz, F Mormann, C Montag, M Reuter, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (49), 19373-19383, 2013
Shape retrieval on non-rigid 3D watertight meshes
Z Lian, A Godil, B Bustos, M Daoudi, J Hermans, S Kawamura, Y Kurita, ...
Eurographics workshop on 3d object retrieval (3DOR), 2011
Beyond revenge: neural and genetic bases of altruistic punishment
A Strobel, J Zimmermann, A Schmitz, M Reuter, S Lis, S Windmann, ...
Neuroimage 54 (1), 671-680, 2011
Similar personality patterns are associated with empathy in four different countries
MC Melchers, M Li, BW Haas, M Reuter, L Bischoff, C Montag
Frontiers in psychology 7, 173343, 2016
Dopamine DRD2 polymorphism alters reversal learning and associated neural activity
G Jocham, TA Klein, J Neumann, DY von Cramon, M Reuter, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (12), 3695-3704, 2009
Molecular genetics support Gray's personality theory: the interaction of COMT and DRD2 polymorphisms predicts the behavioral approach system
M Reuter, A Schmitz, PJ Corr, J Hennig
International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology 9, 155-166, 2006
The BDNF Val66Met polymorphism impacts parahippocampal and amygdala volume in healthy humans: incremental support for a genetic risk factor for depression
C Montag, B Weber, K Fliessbach, C Elger, M Reuter
Psychological medicine 39 (11), 1831-1839, 2009
Internet addiction
C Montag, M Reuter
Springer International Publishing, 2017
Association of the functional catechol-O-methyltransferase VAL158MET polymorphism with the personality trait of extraversion
M Reuter, J Hennig
Neuroreport 16 (10), 1135-1138, 2005
Life stress as potential risk factor for depression and burnout
T Plieger, M Melchers, C Montag, R Meermann, M Reuter
Burnout Research 2 (1), 19-24, 2015
COMT genetic variation affects fear processing: psychophysiological evidence.
C Montag, JW Buckholtz, P Hartmann, M Merz, C Burk, J Hennig, ...
Behavioral neuroscience 122 (4), 901, 2008
Frontostriatal involvement in task switching depends on genetic differences in d2 receptor density
C Stelzel, U Basten, C Montag, M Reuter, CJ Fiebach
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (42), 14205-14212, 2010
Investigating the genetic basis of altruism: the role of the COMT Val158Met polymorphism
M Reuter, C Frenzel, NT Walter, S Markett, C Montag
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 6 (5), 662-668, 2011
Assessing the function of the fronto‐parietal attention network: insights from resting‐state fMRI and the attentional network test
S Markett, M Reuter, C Montag, G Voigt, B Lachmann, S Rudorf, CE Elger, ...
Human brain mapping 35 (4), 1700-1709, 2014
The BDNF Val66Met polymorphism affects amygdala activity in response to emotional stimuli: evidence from a genetic imaging study
C Montag, M Reuter, B Newport, C Elger, B Weber
Neuroimage 42 (4), 1554-1559, 2008
Facebook usage on smartphones and gray matter volume of the nucleus accumbens
C Montag, A Markowetz, K Blaszkiewicz, I Andone, B Lachmann, ...
Behavioural brain research 329, 221-228, 2017
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