Rachel Sjouwerman
Rachel Sjouwerman
Institute for Systems Neuroscience, University Medical Center Hamburg
Verified email at uke.de
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Smaller hippocampal volume as a vulnerability factor for the persistence of post-traumatic stress disorder
SJH Van Rooij, M Kennis, R Sjouwerman, MP Van Den Heuvel, RS Kahn, ...
Psychological medicine 45 (13), 2737-2746, 2015
712015
Brain structure–function associations in multi-generational families genetically enriched for bipolar disorder
SC Fears, R Schür, R Sjouwerman, SK Service, C Araya, X Araya, ...
Brain 138 (7), 2087-2102, 2015
282015
Don't startle me—Interference of startle probe presentations and intermittent ratings with fear acquisition
R Sjouwerman, J Niehaus, M Kuhn, TB Lonsdorf
Psychophysiology 53 (12), 1889-1899, 2016
252016
Individual differences in fear learning: specificity to trait-anxiety beyond other measures of negative affect, and mediation via amygdala activation
R Sjouwerman, R Scharfenort, TB Lonsdorf
BioRxiv, 233528, 2017
142017
Contextual change after fear acquisition affects conditioned responding and the time course of extinction learning—implications for renewal research
R Sjouwerman, J Niehaus, TB Lonsdorf
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 9, 337, 2015
142015
Latency of skin conductance responses across stimulus modalities
R Sjouwerman, TB Lonsdorf
Psychophysiology 56 (4), e13307, 2019
72019
The neurofunctional basis of affective startle modulation in humans: evidence from combined facial electromyography and functional magnetic resonance imaging
M Kuhn, J Wendt, R Sjouwerman, C Büchel, A Hamm, TB Lonsdorf
Biological psychiatry 87 (6), 548-558, 2020
52020
Navigating the garden of forking paths for data exclusions in fear conditioning research
TB Lonsdorf, M Klingelhöfer-Jens, M Andreatta, T Beckers, A Chalkia, ...
Elife 8, 2019
42019
How to not get lost in the garden of forking paths: Lessons learned from human fear conditioning research regarding exclusion criteria
T Lonsdorf, M Klingelhöfer-Jens, M Andreatta, T Beckers, A Chalkia, ...
PsyArXiv, 2019
22019
The neurofunctional basis of affective startle modulation in humans-evidence from combined facial EMG-fMRI
M Kuhn, J Wendt, R Sjouwerman, C Büchel, A Hamm, TB Lonsdorf
bioRxiv, 567032, 2019
22019
Experimental boundary conditions of reinstatement induced return of fear in humans: Is reinstatement in humans what we think it is?
R Sjouwerman, T Lonsdorf
PsyArXiv, 2019
2019
TRAIT ANXIETY PREDICTS SCR DISCRIMINATION DURING FEAR ACQUISITION AND IS MEDIATED BY THE AMYGDALA
R Sjouwerman, R Scharfenort, T Lonsdorf
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 54, S87-S87, 2017
2017
DISCRIMINATING THREAT AND SAFETY SIGNALS DURING FEAR ACQUISITION-DIFFERENTIAL IMPACT OF TRAIT ANXIETY, INTOLERANCE OF UNCERTAINTY AND NEUROTICISM AS WELL AS MEDIATION VIA THE …
R Sjouwerman, R Scharfenort, T Lonsdorf
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 54, S29-S29, 2017
2017
Context dependency of the reinstatement-effect in humans
R Sjouwerman, T Lonsdorf
JOURNAL OF NEURAL TRANSMISSION 124 (10), 1326-1327, 2017
2017
Predicting Persistence of PTSD: A Longitudinal Structural and Functional MRI Study
SJH van Rooij, M Kennis, M Vink, R Sjouwerman, MP van den Heuvel, ...
BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY 77 (9), 98S-98S, 2015
2015
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