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Duschek, S; Mannhart, T; Winkelmann, A; Merzoug, K; Werner, N S; Schuepbach, D; Montoya, P (2012). Cerebral blood flow dynamics during pain processing in patients with fibromyalgia syndrome. Psychosomatic Medicine, 74(8):802-809.

Schuepbach, D; Skotchko, T; Duschek, S; Theodoridou, A; Grimm, S; Boeker, H; Seifritz, E (2012). Gender and rapid alterations of hemispheric dominance during planning. Neuropsychobiology, 66(3):149-157.

Misteli, M; Duschek, S; Richter, A; Grimm, S; Rezk, M; Kraehenmann, R; Boeker, H; Seifritz, E; Schuepbach, D (2011). Gender characteristics of cerebral hemodynamics during complex cognitive functioning. Brain and Cognition, 76(1):123-130.

Duschek, S; Schuepbach, D; Doll, A; Werner, N S; Reyes Del Paso, G A (2011). Self-regulation of cerebral blood flow by means of transcranial doppler sonography biofeedback. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 41(2):235-242.

Schuepbach, D; Huizinga, M; Duschek, S; Grimm, S; Boeker, H; Hell, D (2009). Rapid cerebral hemodynamic modulation during set shifting: evidence of time-locked associations with cognitive control in females. Brain and Cognition, 71(3):313-319.

Duschek, S; Schuepbach, D; Schandry, R (2008). Time-locked association between rapid cerebral blood flow modulation and attentional performance. Clinical Neurophysiology, 119(6):1292-1299.

Schuepbach, D; Boeker, H; Duschek, S; Hell, D (2007). Rapid cerebral hemodynamic modulation during mental planning and movement execution: evidence of time-locked relationship with complex behavior. Clinical Neurophysiology, 118(10):2254-2262.

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