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  1. Idiomatic expressions evoke stronger emotional responses in the brain than literal sentences

    Citron, F. M. M., Cacciari, C., Funcke, J. M., Hsu, C-T. & Jacobs, A. M., 1/08/2019, In : Neuropsychologia. 131, p. 233-248 16 p.

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  2. Lexical olfaction recruits olfactory orbitofrontal cortex in metaphorical and literal contexts

    Pomp, J., Bestgen, A-K., Schulze, P., Mueller, C., Citron, F. M. M., Suchan, B. & Kuchinke, L., 04/2018, In : Brain and Language. 179, p. 11-21 11 p.

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  3. Conventional metaphors in longer passages evoke affective brain response

    Citron, F. M. M., Güsten, J., Michaelis, N. & Goldberg, A. E., 29/06/2016, In : NeuroImage. 139, p. 218-230 13 p.

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  4. Estimating the population local wavelet spectrum with application to non-stationary functional magnetic resonance imaging time series

    Gott, A., Eckley, I. & Aston, J., 20/12/2015, In : Statistics in Medicine. 34, 29, p. 3901-3915 15 p.

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  5. Neural bases of accented speech perception

    Adank, P., Nuttall, H., Banks, B. & Kennedy-Higgins, D., 6/10/2015, In : Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 9, 7 p., 558.

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  6. The functional foetal brain: a systematic preview of methodological factors in reporting fetal visual and auditory capacity

    Dunn, K., Reissland, N. & Reid, V., 06/2015, In : Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 13, p. 43-52 10 p.

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  7. The emotion potential of words and passages in reading Harry Potter: an fMRI study

    Hsu, C., Jacobs, A. M., Citron, F. M. M. & Conrad, M., 1/03/2015, In : Brain and Language. 142, p. 96-114 19 p.

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  8. Functional brain connectivity phenotypes for schizophrenia drug discovery

    Dawson, N., Morris, B. J. & Pratt, J., 02/2015, In : Journal of Psychopharmacology. 29, 2, p. 169-177 9 p.

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  9. How music alters a kiss: superior temporal gyrus controls fusiform-amygdalar effective connectivity

    Pehrs, C., Deserno, L., Bakels, J-H., Schlochtermeier, L. H., Kappelhoff, H., Jacobs, A. M., Fritz, T. H., Koelsch, S. & Kuchinke, L., 11/2014, In : Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 9, 11, p. 1770-1778 9 p.

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  10. Tension-related activity in the orbitofrontal cortex and amygdala: an fMRI study with music

    Lehne, M., Rohrmeier, M. & Koelsch, S., 10/2014, In : Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 9, 10, p. 1515-1523 9 p.

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  11. Emotional valence and arousal affect reading in an interactive way: neuroimaging evidence for an approach-withdrawal framework

    Citron, F. M. M., Gray, M. A., Critchley, H. D., Weekes, B. S. & Ferstl, E. C., 04/2014, In : Neuropsychologia. 56, p. 79-89 11 p.

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