Christine Mohr
Christine Mohr
Professor for Cognitive Psychology, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
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Linking out-of-body experience and self processing to mental own-body imagery at the temporoparietal junction
O Blanke, C Mohr, CM Michel, A Pascual-Leone, P Brugger, M Seeck, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 25 (3), 550-557, 2005
Out-of-body experience, heautoscopy, and autoscopic hallucination of neurological origin: Implications for neurocognitive mechanisms of corporeal awareness and self-consciousness
O Blanke, C Mohr
Brain research reviews 50 (1), 184-199, 2005
Neural basis of embodiment: distinct contributions of temporoparietal junction and extrastriate body area
S Arzy, G Thut, C Mohr, CM Michel, O Blanke
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (31), 8074-8081, 2006
Cognition and brain function in schizotypy: a selective review
U Ettinger, C Mohr, DC Gooding, AS Cohen, A Rapp, C Haenschel, ...
Schizophrenia bulletin 41 (suppl_2), S417-S426, 2015
Electrical neuroimaging reveals early generator modulation to emotional words
S Ortigue, CM Michel, MM Murray, C Mohr, S Carbonnel, T Landis
Neuroimage 21 (4), 1242-1251, 2004
Associative processing and paranormal belief
LRR Gianotti, C Mohr, D Pizzagalli, D Lehmann, P Brugger
Psychiatry and clinical neurosciences 55 (6), 595-603, 2001
Schizotypy—do not worry, it is not all worrisome
C Mohr, G Claridge
Schizophrenia bulletin 41 (suppl_2), S436-S443, 2015
Motor control and cerebral hemispheric specialization in highly qualified judo wrestlers
M Mikheev, C Mohr, S Afanasiev, T Landis, G Thut
Neuropsychologia 40 (8), 1209-1219, 2002
Schizotypy as an organizing framework for social and affective sciences
AS Cohen, C Mohr, U Ettinger, RCK Chan, S Park
Schizophrenia bulletin 41 (suppl_2), S427-S435, 2015
EEG microstates are a candidate endophenotype for schizophrenia
JR da Cruz, O Favrod, M Roinishvili, E Chkonia, A Brand, C Mohr, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 3089, 2020
Loose but normal: a semantic association study
C Mohr, RE Graves, LRR Gianotti, D Pizzagalli, P Brugger
Journal of psycholinguistic research 30, 475-483, 2001
Dopamine, paranormal belief, and the detection of meaningful stimuli
P Krummenacher, C Mohr, H Haker, P Brugger
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 22 (8), 1670-1681, 2010
Universal patterns in color-emotion associations are further shaped by linguistic and geographic proximity
D Jonauskaite, A Abu-Akel, N Dael, D Oberfeld, AM Abdel-Khalek, ...
Psychological Science 31 (10), 1245-1260, 2020
Psychometric schizotypy modulates levodopa effects on lateralized lexical decision performance
C Mohr, P Krummenacher, T Landis, PS Sandor, M Fathi, P Brugger
Journal of Psychiatric Research 39 (3), 241-250, 2005
Opposite turning behavior in right-handers and non-right-handers suggests a link between handedness and cerebral dopamine asymmetries.
C Mohr, T Landis, HS Bracha, P Brugger
Behavioral neuroscience 117 (6), 1448, 2003
Sex-related differences in vision are heterogeneous
A Shaqiri, M Roinishvili, L Grzeczkowski, E Chkonia, K Pilz, C Mohr, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 7521, 2018
Hyperfamiliarity for unknown faces after left lateral temporo‐occipital venous infarction: a double dissociation with prosopagnosia
P Vuilleumier, C Mohr, N Valenza, C Wetzel, T Landis
Brain 126 (4), 889-907, 2003
The paranormal mind: How the study of anomalous experiences and beliefs may inform cognitive neuroscience
P Brugger, C Mohr
Cortex 44 (10), 1291, 2008
What color do you feel? Color choices are driven by mood
D Jonauskaite, B Althaus, N Dael, E Dan‐Glauser, C Mohr
Color Research & Application 44 (2), 272-284, 2019
Magical ideation modulates spatial behavior
C Mohr, HS Bracha, P Brugger
The Journal of neuropsychiatry and clinical neurosciences 15 (2), 168-174, 2003
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