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letzte Aktualisierung: 24.09.2019

Deuter, C. E., Wingenfeld, K., Schultebraucks, K., Otte, C. & Kuehl, L. K. (2019). Influence of glucocorticoid and mineralocorticoid receptor stimulation on task switching. Hormones and Behavior, 109, 18-24.

Nowacki, J., Duesenberg, M., Deuter, C. E., Otte, C. & Wingenfeld, K. (2019). Delayed effects of psychosocial stress on risk taking. Stress, 22(4), 446-454.

Nowacki, J., Heekeren, H. R., Deuter, C. E., Joerißen, J. D., Schröder, A., Otte, C. & Wingenfeld, K. (2019). Decision making in response to physiological and combined physiological and psychosocial stress. Behavioral Neuroscience, 133(1), 59-67.

de Punder, K., Entringer, S., Heim, C., Deuter, C. E., Otte, C., Wingenfeld, K. & Kuehl, L. K. (2018). Inflammatory measures in depressed patients with and without a history of adverse childhood experiences. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 9, No. 610.

Deuter, C. E., Nowacki, J., Wingenfeld, K., Kuehl, L. K., Finke, J. B., Dziobek, I. & Otte, C. (2018). The role of physiological arousal for self-reported emotional empathy. Autonomic Neuroscience: Basic and Clinical, 214, 9-14.

Deuter, C. E., Wingenfeld, K., Schultebraucks, K., Hellmann-Regen, J., Piber, D. & Otte, C. (2017). Effects of mineralocorticoid-receptor stimulation on risk taking behavior in young healthy men and women. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 75, 132-140.

Finke, J. B., Deuter, C. E., Hengesch, X. & Schächinger, H. (2017). The time course of pupil dilation evoked by visual sexual stimuli: Exploring the underlying ANS mechanisms. Psychophysiology, 54(10), 1444-1458.

Deuter, C. E., Schächinger, H., Best, D. & Neumann, R. (2016). Effects of two dominance manipulations on the stress response: Cognitive and embodied influences. Biological Psychology, 119, 184-189.

Piber, D., Schultebraucks, K., Mueller, S. C., Deuter, C. E., Wingenfeld, K. & Otte, C. (2016). Mineralocorticoid receptor stimulation effects on spatial memory in healthy young adults: A study using the virtual Morris Water Maze. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 136, 139-146.

Kuehl, L. K., Deuter, C. E., Richter, S., Schulz, A., Rüddel, H. & Schächinger, H. (2015). Two separable mechanisms are responsible for mental stress effects on high frequency heart rate variability: An intra-individual approach in a healthy and a diabetic sample. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 95(3), 299-303.

Deuter, C. E., Best, D., Kuehl, L. K., Neumann, R. & Schächinger, H. (2014). Effects of approach-avoidance related motor behaviour on the startle response during emotional picture processing. Biological Psychology, 103, 292-296.

Schilling, T. M., Larra, M. F., Deuter, C. E., Blumenthal, T. D. & Schächinger, H. (2014). Rapid cortisol enhancement of psychomotor and startle reactions to side-congruent stimuli in a focused cross-modal choice reaction time paradigm. European Neuropsychopharmacology, 24(11), 1828-1835.

Deuter, C. E., Schilling, T. M., Kuehl, L. K., Blumenthal, T. D. & Schachinger, H. (2013). Startle effects on saccadic responses to emotional target stimuli. Psychophysiology, 50(10), 1056-1063.

Deuter, C. E. (2013). The startle response in psychophysiological research: Modulating effects of contextual parameters. Dissertation, Universität, Fachbereich I - Psycholobiologie, Trier.

Deuter, C. E., Schulz, A., Schachinger, H., Kuehl, L. K., Blumenthal, T. D. & Oitzl, M. S. (2012). Effects of Cold Pressor Stress on the Human Startle Response. PLoS ONE, 7(11).

Lass-Hennemann, J., Deuter, C. E., Kuehl, L. K., Schulz, A., Blumenthal, T. D. & Schachinger, H. (2011). Effect of Facial Self-Resemblance on the Startle Response and Subjective Ratings of Erotic Stimuli in Heterosexual Men. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 40(5), 1007-1014.

Lass-Hennemann, J., Deuter, C. E., Kuehl, L. K., Schulz, A., Blumenthal, T. D. & Schachinger, H. (2010). Effects of stress on human mating preferences: Stressed individuals prefer dissimilar mates. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London - B, 277(1691), 2175-2183.

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