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Literaturliste von PD Dr. Christian Merz

letzte Aktualisierung: 29.09.2019

Lonsdorf, T. B., Merz, C. J. & Fullana, M. A. (2019). Fear extinction retention: Is it what we think it is? Biological Psychiatry, 85(12), 1074-1082.

Meir Drexler, S., Merz, C. J., Jentsch, V. L. & Wolf, O. T. (2019). How stress and glucocorticoids timing-dependently affect extinction and relapse. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 98, 145-153.

Merz, C. J. & Wolf, O. T. (2019). The immediate extinction deficit occurs in a nonemotional learning paradigm. Learning & Memory, 26(2), 39-45.

Merz, C. J., Hagedorn, B. & Wolf, O. T. (2019). An oral presentation causes stress and memory impairments. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 104, 1-6.

Raeder, F., Merz, C. J., Tegenthoff, M., Wolf, O. T., Margraf, J. & Zlomuzica, A. (2019). Post-exposure cortisol administration does not augment the success of exposure therapy: A randomized placebo-controlled study. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 99, 174-182.

Drexler, S. M., Merz, C. J. & Wolf, O. T. (2018). Preextinction stress prevents context-related renewal of fear. Behavior Therapy, 49(6), 1008-1019.

Henz, D., John, A., Merz, C. & Schöllhorn, W. I. (2018). Post-task effects on EEG brain activity differ for various differential learning and contextual interference protocols. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 12, No. 19.

Kinner, V. L., Wolf, O. T. & Merz, C. J. (2018). Cortisol increases the return of fear by strengthening amygdala signaling in men. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 91, 79-85.

Merz, C. J., Kinner, V. L. & Wolf, O. T. (2018). Let's talk about sex... differences in human fear conditioning. Currrent Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 23, 7-12.

Merz, C. J., Hamacher-Dang, T. C., Stark, R., Wolf, O. T. & Hermann, A. (2018). Neural underpinnings of cortisol effects on fear extinction. Neuropsychopharmacology, 43(2), 384-392.

Stock, L.-M. & Merz, C. J. (2018). Memory retrieval of everyday information under stress. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 152, 32-38.

Hermann, A., Stark, R., Blecker, C. R., Milad, M. R. & Merz, C. J. (2017). Brain structural connectivity and context-dependent extinction memory. Hippocampus, 27(8), 883-889.

Kinner, V. L., Kuchinke, L., Dierolf, A. M., Merz, C. J., Otto, T. & Wolf, O. T. (2017). What our eyes tell us about feelings: Tracking pupillary responses during emotion regulation processes. Psychophysiology, 54(4), 508-518.

Lonsdorf, T. B., Menz, M. M., Andreatta, M., Fullana, M. A., Golkar, A., Haaker, J., Heitland, I., Hermann, A., Kuhn, M., Kruse, O., Drexler, S. M., Meulders, A., Nees, F., Pittig, A., Richter, J., Römer, S., Shiban, Y., Schmitz, A., Straube, B., Vervliet, B., Wendt, J., Baas, J. M. P. & Merz, C. J. (2017). Don't fear 'fear conditioning': Methodological considerations for the design and analysis of studies on human fear acquisition, extinction, and return of fear. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 77, 247-285.

Lonsdorf, T. B. & Merz, C. J. (2017). More than just noise: Inter-individual differences in fear acquisition, extinction and return of fear in humans - Biological, experiential, temperamental factors, and methodological pitfalls. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 80, 703-728.

Merz, C. J. (2017). Contribution of stress and sex hormones to memory encoding. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 82, 51-58.

Merz, C. J. & Wolf, O. T. (2017). Sex differences in stress effects on emotional learning. Journal of Neuroscience Research, 95, 93-105.

Biehl, S., Merz, C. J., Dresler, T., Heupel, J., Reichert, S., Jacob, C. P., Deckert, J. & Herrmann, M. J. (2016). Increase or decrease of fMRI activity in adult attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder - Does it depend on task difficulty? International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology, 19(10), 1-10.

Hermann, A., Stark, R., Milad, M. R. & Merz, C. J. (2016). Renewal of conditioned fear in a novel context is associated with hippocampal activation and connectivity. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 11(9), 1411-1421.

Kinner, V. L., Merz, C. J., Lissek, S. & Wolf, O. T. (2016). Cortisol disrupts the neural correlates of extinction recall. NeuroImage, 133, 233-243.

Kinner, V. L., Wolf, O. T. & Merz, C. J. (2016). Cortisol alters reward processing in the human brain. Hormones and Behavior, 84, 75-83.

Meir Drexler, S., Merz, C. J., Hamacher-Dang, T. C. & Wolf, O. T. (2016). Cortisol effects on fear memory reconsolidation in women. Psychopharmacology, 233(14), 2687-2697.

Merz, C. J., Dietsch, F. & Schneider, M. (2016). The impact of psychosocial stress on conceptual knowledge retrieval. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 134, 392-399.

Merz, C. J., Hamacher-Dang, T. C. & Wolf, O. T. (2016). Immediate extinction promotes the return of fear. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 131, 109-116.

Merz, C. J. & Wolf, O. T. (2016). Stress and emotional learning in humans: Evidence for sex differences. In R. M. Shansky (Ed.), Sex differences in the central nervous system (pp. 149-170). Amsterdam: Elsevier Inc..

Hamacher-Dang, T. C., Merz, C. J. & Wolf, O. T. (2015). Stress following extinction learning leads to a context-dependent return of fear. Psychophysiology, 52(4), 489-498.

Icenhour, A., Kattoor, J., Benson, S., Boekstegers, A., Schlamann, M., Merz, C. J., Forsting, M. & Elsenbruch, S. (2015). Neural circuitry underlying effects of context on human pain-related fear extinction in a renewal paradigm. Human Brain Mapping, 36(8), 3179-3193.

Meir Drexler, S., Merz, C. J., Hamacher-Dang, T. C., Tegenthoff, M. & Wolf, O. T. (2015). Effects of cortisol on reconsolidation of reactivated fear memories. Neuropsychopharmacology, 40(13), 3036-3043.

Merz, C. J. & Wolf, O. T. (2015). Examination of cortisol and state anxiety at an academic setting with and without oral presentation. Stress, 18(1), 138-142.

Utz, A., Thuerling, M., Ernst, T. M., Timmann, D., Hermann, A., Stark, R., Wolf, O. T. & Merz, C. J. (2015). Cerebellar vermis contributes to the extinction of conditioned fear. Neuroscience Letters, 173-177.

Drexler, S. M., Merz, C. J., Hamacher-Dang, T. C., Marquardt, V., Fritsch, N., Otto, T. & Wolf, O. T. (2014). Effects of postretrieval-extinction learning on return of contextually controlled cued fear. Behavioral Neuroscience, 128(4), 474-481.

Merz, C. J., Hamacher-Dang, T. C. & Wolf, O. T. (2014). Exposure to stress attenuates fear retrieval in healthy men. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 89-96.

Merz, C. J., Hermann, A., Stark, R. & Wolf, O. T. (2014). Cortisol modifies extinction learning of recently acquired fear in men. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 9(9), 1426-1434.

Mosig, C., Mohr, C., Adolph, D., Schneider, S., Margraf, J., Zlomuzica, A., Merz, C. J. & Wolf, O. T. (2014). Enhanced discriminative fear learning of phobia-irrelevant stimuli in spider-fearful individuals. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience (Online Journal), 8, No. 328.

Baioui, A., Pilgramm, J., Merz, C. J., Walter, B., Vaitl, D. & Stark, R. (2013). Neural response in obsessive-compulsive washers depends on individual fit of trigger. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7, No. 143.

Klucken, T., Schweckendiek, J., Merz, C. J., Vaitl, D. & Stark, R. (2013). Dissociation of neuronal, electrodermal, and evaluative responses in disgust extinction. Behavioral Neuroscience, 127(3), 380-386.

Klucken, T., Alexander, N., Schweckendiek, J., Merz, C. J., Kagerer, S., Osinsky, R., Walter, B., Vaitl, D., Hennig, J. & Stark, R. (2013). Individual differences in neural correlates of fear conditioning as a function of 5-HTTLPR and stressful life events. SCAN, 8(3), 318-325.

Klucken, T., Wehrum, S., Schweckendiek, J., Merz, C. J., Hennig, J., Vaitl, D. & Stark, R. (2013). The 5-HTTLPR polymorphism is associated with altered hemodynamic responses during appetitive conditioning. Human Brain Mapping, 34(10), 2549-2560.

Merz, C. J., Stark, R., Vaitl, D., Tabbert, K. & Wolf, O. T. (2013). Stress hormones are associated with the neuronal correlates of instructed fear conditioning. Biological Psychology, 92(1), 82-89.

Merz, C. J., Wolf, O. T., Schweckendiek, J., Klucken, T., Vaitl, D. & Stark, R. (2013). Stress differentially affects fear conditioning in men and women. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 38(11), 2529-2541.

Schweckendiek, J., Klucken, T., Merz, C. J., Kagerer, S., Walter, B., Vaitl, D. & Stark, R. (2013). Learning to like disgust: Neuronal correlates of counterconditioning. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, No. 346.

Klucken, T., Schweckendiek, J., Koppe, G., Merz, C. J., Kagerer, S., Walter, B., Sammer, G., Vaitl, D. & Stark, R. (2012). Neural correlates of disgust- and fear-conditioned responses. Neuroscience, 201, 209-218.

Merz, C. J., Tabbert, K., Schweckendiek, J., Klucken, T., Vaitl, D., Stark, R. & Wolf, O. T. (2012). Neuronal correlates of extinction learning are modulated by sex hormones. SCAN, 7(7), 819-830.

Merz, C. J., Tabbert, K., Schweckendiek, J., Klucken, T., Vaitl, D., Stark, R. & Wolf, O. T. (2012). Oral contraceptive usage alters the effects of cortisol on implicit fear learning. Hormones and Behavior, 62(4), 531-538.

Merz, C. J. (2011). Einfluss von Stress- und Sexualhormonen auf die Furchtkonditionierung unter verschiedenen Lernbedingungen. Dissertation, Universität, Fakultät für Psychologie, Bochum.

Schwabe, L., Merz, C. J., Walter, B., Vaitl, D., Wolf, O. T. & Stark, R. (2011). Emotional modulation of the attentional blink: The neural structures involved in capturing and holding attention. Neuropsychologia, 49(3), 416-425.

Schweckendiek, J., Klucken, T., Merz, C. J., Tabbert, K., Walter, B., Ambach, W., Vaitl, D. & Stark, R. (2011). Weaving the (neuronal) web: Fear learning in spider phobia. NeuroImage, 54(1), 681-688.

Stark, R., Bauer, E., Merz, C. J., Zimmermann, M., Reuter, M., Plichta, M.M., Kirsch, P., Lesch, K. P., Fallgatter, A. J., Vaitl, D. & Herrmann, M. J. (2011). ADHD related behaviors are associated with brain activation in the reward system. Neuropsychologia, 49(3), 426-434.

Tabbert, K., Merz, C. J., Klucken, T., Schweckendiek, J., Vaitl, D., Wolf, O. T. & Stark, R. (2011). Influence of contingency awareness on neural, electrodermal and evaluative responses during fear conditioning. SCAN, 6(4), 495-506.

Merz, C. J., Tabbert, K., Schweckendiek, J., Klucken, T., Vaitl, D., Stark, R. & Wolf, O. T. (2010). Investigating the impact of sex and cortisol on implicit fear conditioning with fMRI. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 35(1), 33-46.

Merz, C. J., Wolf, O. T. & Hennig, J. (2010). Stress impairs retrieval of socially relevant information. Behavioral Neuroscience, 124(2), 288-293.

Tabbert, K., Merz, C. J., Klucken, T., Schweckendiek, J., Vaitl, D., Wolf, O. T. & Stark, R. (2010). Cortisol enhances neural differentiation during fear acquisition and extinction in contingency aware young women. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 94(3), 392-401.

Klucken, T., Schweckendiek, J., Merz, C. J., Tabbert, K., Walter, B., Kagerer, S., Vaitl, D. & Stark, R. (2009). Neural activations of the acquisition of conditioned sexual arousal: Effects of contingency awareness and sex. Journal of Sexual Medicine, 6(11), 3071-3085.

Klucken, T., Tabbert, K., Schweckendiek, J., Merz, C. J., Kagerer, S., Vaitl, D. & Stark, R. (2009). Contingency learning in human fear conditioning involves the ventral striatum. Human Brain Mapping, 30(11), 3636-3644.

Meir Drexler, S., Merz, C. J. & Wolf, O. T. Pre-extinction stress prevents context-related renewal of fear. Behavior Therapy, 49(6), 1008-1019.

Merz, C. J. & Lonsdorf, T. B. Methodische Anmerkungen und Anwendungsbereiche der Furchtkonditionierung in verschiedenen psychologischen Disziplinen. Psychologische Rundschau.



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