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Emotions are an indispensable part of our mental life. The term emotion regulation refers to those processes that influence the generation, the experience and the expression of emotions. There is a great variety of strategies to regulate emotions efficiently, which are used in daily life and that have been investigated by cognitive neuroscience. Distraction(More)
Task-rest interactions, defined as the modulation of brain activation during fixation periods depending on the preceding stimulation and experimental manipulation, have been described repeatedly for different cognitively demanding tasks in various regions across the brain. However, task-rest interactions in emotive paradigms have received considerably less(More)
BACKGROUND/AIMS Elevated levels of serum markers of extracellular matrix, i.e., the amino-terminal procollagen-III-peptide, hyaluronic acid and laminin are found in various diseases. The study aims to examine a panel of these parameters in patients with acute pancreatitis and correlate them with the course and severity of the disease. METHODOLOGY We(More)
Antidepressive therapy with maprotiline was accompanied by blood level determinations psychological clinical and electroencephalographical assessments. It was the aim of the study to introduce objective methods in psychotropic drug therapy and to look for a relationship between blood level and clinical outcome, EEG and psychological data. We found a(More)
A Concept for the multidimensional assessment and correlation of serum level and outcome of therapy with psychomopharmaca with chemical, psychological, psychophysiological, electroencephalographical and clinical methods is shown. It is possible by this method to correlate clinical outcome to serum level and effect of the drug and to objectivate the efficacy(More)
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