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Grüntzig, K; Graf, R; Boo, G; Guscetti, F; Hässig, M; Axhausen, K W; Fabrikant, Sara I; Welle, M; Meier, D; Folkers, G; Pospischil, A (2016). Swiss canine cancer registry 1955–2008: occurrence of the most common tumour diagnoses and influence of age, breed, body size, sex and neutering status on tumour development. Journal of Comparative Pathology, 155(2-3):156-170.

Graf, R; Grüntzig, K; Boo, G; Hässig, M; Axhausen, K W; Fabrikant, S; Welle, M; Meier, D; Guscetti, F; Folkers, G; Otto, V; Pospischil, A (2016). Swiss feline cancer registry 1965–2008: the Influence of sex, breed and age on tumour types and tumour locations. Journal of Comparative Pathology, 154(2-3):195-210.

Pospischil, A; Folkers, G (2015). How much reproducibility do we need in human and veterinary pathology? Experimental and Toxicologic Pathology, 67(2):77-80.

Graf, R; Grüntzig, K; Hässig, Michael; Axhausen, K W; Fabrikant, S; Welle, M; Meier, D; Guscetti, F; Folkers, G; Otto, V; Pospischil, A (2015). Swiss feline cancer registry: a retrospective study of the occurrence of tumours in cats in Switzerland from 1965 to 2008. Journal of Comparative Pathology, 153(4):266-277.

Grüntzig, K; Graf, R; Hässig, M; Welle, M; Meier, D; Lott, G; Erni, D; Schenker, N S; Guscetti, F; Boo, G; Axhausen, K; Fabrikant, S; Folkers, G; Pospischil, A (2015). The Swiss Canine Cancer Registry: a retrospective study on the occurrence of tumours in dogs in Switzerland from 1955 to 2008. Journal of Comparative Pathology, 152(2-3):161-171.

Landolt, K; Wittwer, A; Wyss, T; Unterassner, L; Fach, W; Krummenacher, P; Brugger, P; Haker, H; Kawohl, W; Schubiger, P A; Folkers, G; Rössler, W (2014). Help-seeking in people with exceptional experiences: results from a general population sample. Frontiers in Public Health:2:51.

Krummenacher, P; Kut, E; Folkers, G; Brugger, P (2013). Naloxone modulates visual judgments of similarity but not dissimilarity. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, 13(3):567-574.

Rössler, W; Folkers, G (2011). Der Patient im Mittelpunkt - das Geld im Vordergrund. Schweizerische Ärztezeitung, 92(48):1881-1883.

Stern, J; Candia, V; Porchet, R I; Krummenacher, P; Folkers, G; Schedlowski, M; Ettlin, Dominik A; Schönbächler, G (2011). Placebo-mediated, Naloxone-sensitive suggestibility of short-term memory performance. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 95(3):326-334.

Kut, E; Candia, V; von Overbeck, J; Pok, J; Fink, D; Folkers, G (2011). Pleasure-related analgesia activates opioid-insensitive circuits. Journal of Neuroscience, 31(11):4148-53.

van Schaik, C P; Burkart, J M (2011). Sind höhere Tiere mehr wert als niedere? Versuch zur Exegese. In: Sigg, H; Folkers, G. Güterabwägung bei der Bewilligung von Tierversuchen. Die Güterabwägung interdisziplinär kritisch beleuchtet. Zürich: Collegium Helveticum, 71-75.

Schaber, Peter (2011). Tierwürde - Menschenwürde. In: Sigg, H; Folkers, G. Güterabwägung bei der Bewilligung von Tierversuchen : die Güterabwägung interdisziplinär kritisch beleuchtet. Zürich: Collegium Helveticum, 115-118.

Singer, T; Snozzi, R (2009). Empathie aus der Sicht der sozialen Neurowissenschaften. In: Fehr, J; Folkers, G. Gefühle zeigen: Manifestationsformen emotionaler Prozesse. Zürich, Switzerland: Chronos, 97-113.

Kut, E; Schaffner, N; Wittwer, A; Candia, V; Brockmann, M; Storck, C; Folkers, G (2007). Changes in self-perceived role identity modulate pain perception. Pain, 131(1-2):191-201.

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