Franziska Schreiber

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In recent years major outbreaks of prion disease linked to oral exposure of the prion agent have occurred in animal and human populations. These disorders are associated with a conformational change of a normal protein, PrP(C) (prion protein cellular), to a toxic and infectious form, PrP(Sc) (prion protein scrapie). None of the prionoses currently have an(More)
Significant outbreaks of prion disease linked to oral exposure of the prion agent have occurred in animal and human populations. These disorders are associated with a conformational change of a normal protein, PrP(C) (C for cellular), to a toxic and infectious form, PrP(Sc) (Sc for scrapie). None of the prionoses currently have an effective treatment. Some(More)
  • O Zweigle, U.-P Käppeler, T Rühr, K Häussermann, R Lafrenz, F Schreiber +5 others
The CoPS robot soccer team is used as a testbed for multi-agent software architecture principles in dynamic real time domains. The current research activities focus on reliable fast communication, situation recognition, communication and reliable ball detection.
We describe a structural study of the S/Au interface for decanethiol monolayers (C10) on a Au(111) surface using the technique of X-ray standing waves (XSWs). The XSW results for full-coverage monolayers are inconsistent with any model incorporating a single sulfur adsorption site, such as the widely assumed threefold hollow site on the Au(111) surface.(More)
Background : The assessment of therapeutic adherence and competence is often neglected in psychotherapy research, particularly in children and adolescents; however, both variables are crucial for the interpretation of treatment effects. Objective : Our aim was to develop, adapt, and pilot two scales to assess therapeutic adherence and competence in a recent(More)
BACKGROUND The Trauma Symptom Checklist for Children (TSC-C) is the most widely used self-report scale to assess trauma-related symptoms in children and adolescents on six clinical scales. The purpose of the present study was to develop a German version of the TSC-C and to investigate its psychometric properties, such as factor structure, reliability, and(More)
Cognitive theories of hypochondriasis (HYP) suggest that catastrophic misinterpretations of benign body sensations are a core feature for the maintenance of the disorder. There is tentative support from an analog sample that the interpretation of illness-related information also involves an implicit affective component. This is the first study to examine(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Negative distorted self-images (NSI) allegedly maintain social anxiety in adults suffering from social anxiety disorder (SAD). These NSI are activated in feared social situations and are often linked to past socially traumatic events. However, because empirical evidence on the presence and characteristics of such NSI in adolescents(More)
  • J Pflaum, G Bracco, F Schreiber, R Colorado, O E Shmakova, T R Lee +2 others
  • 2001
The structure and the electronic properties of a series of CH 3-and CF 3-terminated alkanethiol monolayers on Au(1 1 1) have been studied by scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) and surface X-ray and helium scattering. At full coverage, the CH 3-terminated monolayers form long-range ordered domains of a ð p 3 Â p 3ÞR30° and a ð2 p 3 Â 3ÞR30° standing-up(More)
Meta-analyses of the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in childhood and adolescence are restricted to specific trauma, selected interventions, and methodologically rigorous studies. This large meta-analysis quantifies the effects of psychological treatments for PTSD symptoms in children and adolescents. An extensive literature search yielded(More)