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    May Functional Imaging Be Helpful for Behavioral Assessment in Children? Regions of Motor and Associative Cortico-Subcortical Circuits Can Be Differentiated by Laterality and Rostrality.Julia M. August, Aribert Rothenberger, Juergen Baudewig, Veit Roessner & Peter Dechent - 2015 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9.
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    Ventral Striatal Activation During Reward Anticipation of Different Reward Probabilities in Adolescents and Adults.Maria Bretzke, Hannes Wahl, Michael M. Plichta, Nicole Wolff, Veit Roessner, Nora C. Vetter & Judith Buse - 2021 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 15.
    Adolescence has been linked to an enhanced tolerance of uncertainty and risky behavior and is possibly connected to an increased response toward rewards. However, previous research has produced inconsistent findings. To investigate whether these findings are due to different reward probabilities used in the experimental design, we extended a monetary incentive delay task by including three different reward probabilities. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging, 25 healthy adolescents and 22 adults were studied during anticipation of rewards in the VS. Differently colored (...)
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    And What About Basic Odors?Veit Roessner, Aribert Rothenberger & Patricia Duchamp-Viret - 2008 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31 (1):87-88.
    Erickson's article links the concept of four tastes to color perception as a sensory modality with similar problems of categorization. Such problems are also present for odors and olfaction. Olfaction is the sensory modality with the closest physical relationship to taste, and the sense organs of both permanently interact. We discuss the origins and influences of core ideas of the science of smell to add to the discussion of unresolved categorization problems in taste from another, closely related point of view.
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    Comorbidity: The Case of Developmental Psychopathology.Aribert Rothenberger, Tobias Banaschewski, Andreas Becker & Veit Roessner - 2010 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33 (2-3):167-168.
    In developmental psychopathology, differentiating between the coexistence and the clinical entity of two problem areas is of utmost importance. So far, logistic regression analysis has already provided helpful answers, as shown in studies on comorbidity of tic disorders. While the concept of bridging symptoms may be investigated adequately by both logistic regression and the network approach, the former (latent variable) seems to be of advantage with regard to the problems of multiple comorbidities and development.
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