Charles Müller

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Negotiation and trade typically require a mutual interaction while simultaneously resting in uncertainty which decision the partner ultimately will make at the end of the process. Assessing already during the negotiation in which direction one's counterpart tends would provide a tremendous advantage. Recently, neuroimaging techniques combined with(More)
The advantage of using a virtual reality (VR) paradigm in fMRI is the possibility to interact with highly realistic environments. This extends the functions of standard fMRI paradigms, where the volunteer usually has a passive role, for example, watching a simple movie paradigm without any stimulus interactions. From that point of view the combined usage of(More)
  • Chandran Achutan, Christine West, Charles Mueller, Yvonne Boudreau, Kenneth Mead
  • 2009
This Health Hazard Evaluation (HHE) report and any recommendations made herein are for the specific facility evaluated and may not be universally applicable. Any recommendations made are not to be considered as final statements of NIOSH policy or of any agency or individual involved. Additional HHE reports are available at The employer shall post a copy of(More)
In natural environments depth-related information has to be extracted very fast from binocular disparity even if cues are presented shortly. However, few studies used efMRI to study depth perception. We therefore analyzed extension and localization of activation evoked by depth-by-disparity stimuli that were displayed for 1 s. As some clinical as well as(More)
Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) allows observing cerebral activity not only in separated cortical regions but also in functionally coupled cortical networks. Although moderate doses of ethanol slowdown the neurovascular coupling, the functions of the primary sensorimotor and the visual system remain intact. Yet little is known about how more(More)
Despite some evidence of the underlying molecular mechanisms the neuronal basis of ethanol-induced effects on the neurovascular coupling that forms the BOLD (blood oxygenation level dependent) signal is poorly understood. In a recent fMRI (functional magnetic resonance imaging) study monitoring ethanol-induced changes of the BOLD signal a reduction of the(More)
  • Andrea Gabriele Mueller, Scott R Eliason, David Bills, Charles Mueller, Benjamin J Earnhart, Elizabeth C W Lyman Iii
  • 2015
The structure of education and its influence on occupational mobility: a comparative study between the United States and Germany. has been approved by the Examining Committee for the thesis requirement for the Master of Arts degree in Sociology at the May 2000 graduation. To my parents, Wolfgang and Dorothea Müller. For their support, their critical(More)
The high energy physics (HEP) community relies upon a global network of computing and data centers to analyze data produced by multiple experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). However, this global network does not satisfy all research needs. Ambitious researchers often wish to harness computing resources that are not integrated into the global(More)
Turnout gear provides protection against dermal exposure to contaminants during firefighting; however, the level of protection is unknown. We explored the dermal contribution to the systemic dose of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and other aromatic hydrocarbons in firefighters during suppression and overhaul of controlled structure burns. The study(More)