Stephanie Spengler
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Functional specialization within rostral prefrontal cortex (area 10): a meta-analysis
SJ Gilbert, S Spengler, JS Simons, JD Steele, SM Lawrie, CD Frith, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 18 (6), 932-948, 2006
Investigating action understanding: inferential processes versus action simulation
M Brass, RM Schmitt, S Spengler, G Gergely
Current biology 17 (24), 2117-2121, 2007
Inhibition of imitative behaviour and social cognition
M Brass, P Ruby, S Spengler
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 364 …, 2009
Hyperimitation of actions is related to reduced understanding of others' minds in autism spectrum conditions
S Spengler, G Bird, M Brass
Biological psychiatry 68 (12), 1148-1155, 2010
Control of shared representations relies on key processes involved in mental state attribution
S Spengler, DY von Cramon, M Brass
Human brain mapping 30 (11), 3704-3718, 2009
Social cognition in aggressive offenders: Impaired empathy, but intact theory of mind
K Winter, S Spengler, F Bermpohl, T Singer, P Kanske
Scientific reports 7 (1), 670, 2017
Was it me or was it you? How the sense of agency originates from ideomotor learning revealed by fMRI
S Spengler, DY von Cramon, M Brass
NeuroImage 46 (1), 290-298, 2009
Differential functions of lateral and medial rostral prefrontal cortex (area 10) revealed by brain–behavior associations
SJ Gilbert, S Spengler, JS Simons, CD Frith, PW Burgess
Cerebral cortex 16 (12), 1783-1789, 2006
Resisting motor mimicry: control of imitation involves processes central to social cognition in patients with frontal and temporo-parietal lesions
S Spengler, DY von Cramon, M Brass
Social Neuroscience 5 (4), 401-416, 2010
Minimizing motor mimicry by myself: Self-focus enhances online action-control mechanisms during motor contagion
S Spengler, M Brass, S Kühn, S Schütz-Bosbach
Consciousness and cognition 19 (1), 98-106, 2010
Interacting and dissociable effects of alexithymia and depression on empathy
C Banzhaf, F Hoffmann, P Kanske, Y Fan, H Walter, S Spengler, ...
Psychiatry research 270, 631-638, 2018
Neural correlates of overcoming interference from instructed and implemented stimulus–response associations
M Brass, D Wenke, S Spengler, F Waszak
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (6), 1766-1772, 2009
Neural alterations of fronto-striatal circuitry during reward anticipation in euthymic bipolar disorder
F Schreiter, S., Spengler, S., Willert, A., Mohnke, S., Herold, D., Erk, S ...
Psychological Medicine 46 (15), 187 - 3198, 2016
Doing good or bad: How interactions between action and emotion expectations shape the sense of agency
A Gentsch, C Weiss, S Spengler, M Synofzik, S Schütz-Bosbach
Social neuroscience 10 (4), 418-430, 2015
Decreased gray matter volume in inferior frontal gyrus is related to stop-signal task performance in alcohol-dependent patients
CE Wiers, CK Gawron, S Gröpper, S Spengler, H Stuke, J Lindenmeyer, ...
Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 233 (2), 125-130, 2015
Contextual movement constraints of others modulate motor preparation in the observer
R Liepelt, M Ullsperger, K Obst, S Spengler, DY von Cramon, M Brass
Neuropsychologia 47 (1), 268-275, 2009
Common and distinct networks for self-referential and social stimulus processing in the human brain
D Herold, S Spengler, B Sajonz, T Usnich, F Bermpohl
Brain Structure and Function 221, 3475-3485, 2016
Behavioral impulsivity mediates the relationship between decreased frontal gray matter volume and harmful alcohol drinking: a voxel-based morphometry study
S Gröpper, S Spengler, H Stuke, CK Gawron, J Parnack, S Gutwinski, ...
Journal of psychiatric research 83, 16-23, 2016
The inhibition of imitative behavior and attribution of mental states.
M Brass, S Spengler
Wiley Blackwell, 2009
Alterations in neural Theory of Mind processing in euthymic patients with bipolar disorder and unaffected relatives
A Willert, S Mohnke, S Erk, K Schnell, N Romanczuk‐Seiferth, E Quinlivan, ...
Bipolar Disorders 17 (8), 880-891, 2015
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