Poster sessions   Robert Sommer Award Symposium 2008

Poster session 4

Clinical aspects / reward

 

 

Heinrich Graf von Reventlov

Bochum

Patterns of depression in putatively high-risk for psychosis subjects

 

 

 
     
Poster session 1     Neurotransmitters & genetics    

Valentin Markov

Aachen

 

Dysbindin 1 single nucleotide polymorphismus (SNP) s 1018381 correlates with cerebral activation in bilateral middle frontal gyrus during a working memory task in healthy individuals

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anja Schmitz, Giessen  

Prepulse inhibition - an endophenotype for schizophrenia and its associations to dopaminergic and serotonergic polymorphiss

   
   
     

Sergi Papiol,

Göttingen

 

Support for the contribution of the NRG1 gene (8p12-p21) to the risk for schizophrenia: Case-control association in a German population based on the GRAS Data Collection (Göttingen Research Association for Schizophrenia)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
     
 

 

Poster session 2: Social cognition    
Christine Heinisch, Bochum Katja Kölkebeck, Münster  
 

Self-other discrimination in schizophrenic patients

 

Functional magnetic resonance and diffusion tensor imaging study of Theory of Mind deficits in a Japanese sample of schizophrenic patients

 
 

 

   
Mona Abdel-Hamid, Bochum

Mentalising in schizophrenia: The role of clinical symptomatology and neurocognition in understanding other people's thoughts and intentions

   
   
     
     
Poster session 3  Atttention, gating & working memory    
Christine Esslinger, Mannheim   Katharina Sass, Aachen
 

Perceptual and associative salience attribution in antipsychotic-naďve schizophrenic patients - preliminary results from an fMRI study

 

Lion-(Tiger)-stripes: The influence of indirect priming and modalities on semantic processing
 

     
     
Kathrin Doege, Nottingham

Reduced anterior cingulate and medial-frontal cortex activity during the N200 time window in schizophrenia patients

   
   
     
     
Bodil Aggernćs, Copenhagen

Sensory gating in first-episode, antipsychotic-naďve schizophrenia patients. A longitudinal study.

   
   
     
     
Nikolaj Bak, Copenhagen

Source localization of sensory gating: Concurrent assessment of EEG and fMRI, preliminary results

   
   
 
     
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