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Übersichtsarbeiten:

2018 (or in press):

Wöhr M (2018) Ultrasonic communication in rats: Appetitive 50-kHz ultrasonic vocalizations as social contact calls. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 72: 14.

Sungur AÖ, Schwarting RKW, Wöhr M (in press) Behavioral phenotypes and neurobiological mechanisms in the Shank1 mouse model for autism spectrum disorder: A translational perspective. Behavioural Brain Research.

Wöhr M & van Gaalen M (2018) Pharmacological studies on the role of serotonin in regulating socio-emotional ultrasonic vocalizations in rats. In: Handbook of Ultrasonic Vocalization: A Window into the Emotional Brain. Brudzynski, SM (Ed.). Elsevier, 293-305.

Schwarting RKW, Kisko TM & Wöhr M (2018) Playback of ultrasonic vocalizations to juvenile and adult rats: Behavioral and neuronal effects. In: Handbook of Ultrasonic Vocalization: A Window into the Emotional Brain. Brudzynski, SM (Ed.). Elsevier. 353-365.

Seffer D, Schwarting RKW & Wöhr M (2018) Environmental effects on rat ultrasonic vocalizations and brain plasticity: Social isolation and environmental enrichment. In: Handbook of Ultrasonic Vocalization: A Window into the Emotional Brain. Brudzynski, SM (Ed.). Elsevier, 369-380.

2017:

Homberg JR, Wöhr M & Alenina N (2017) Comeback of the rat in biomedical research. ACS Chemical Neuroscience 8: 900-903.

Schwarting RKW & Busse S (2017) Behavioral facilitation after hippocampal lesion: a review. Behavioural Brain Research 317: 401-414.

Wöhr M, Sungur AÖ, Paulus F & Krach S (2017) Social behavior from rodents to Humans. In: Social Behaviour from Rodents to Humans: Neural Foundations and Clinical Implications - Current Topics in Behavioural Neurosciences. Wöhr, M & Krach S (Eds.). Springer, Heidelberg, 5-14.

Kisko TM, Wöhr M, Pellis VC & Pellis SM (2017) From play to aggression: High-frequency 50-kHz ultrasonic vocalizations as play and appeasement signals in rats. In: Social Behaviour from Rodents to Humans: Neural Foundations and Clinical Implications - Current Topics in Behavioural Neurosciences. Wöhr, M & Krach S (Eds.). Springer, Heidelberg, 91-108.

Wöhr M, Engelhardt, KA, Seffer, D, Sungur AÖ & Schwarting RKW (2017) Acoustic communication in rats: Effects of social experiences on ultrasonic vocalizations as socio-affective signals. In: Social Behaviour from Rodents to Humans: Neural Foundations and Clinical Implications - Current Topics in Behavioural Neurosciences. Wöhr, M & Krach S (Eds.). Springer, Heidelberg, 67-90.

2016:

Wöhr M, Seffer D & Schwarting RKW (2016) Studying socio-affective acommunication in rats through playback of ultrasonic vocalizations. Current Protocols in Neuroscience 75:8.35.1-8.35.17. doi: 10.1002/cpns.7.

Rief W, Barsky AJ, Bingel U, Doering B, Schwarting R, Wöhr M & Schweiger U (2016) Rethinking psychopharmacotherapy: The role of treatment context and brain plasticity in antidepressant and antipsychotic interventions. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 60: 51-64.

2015:

Wöhr M, van Gaalen M, Schwarting RKW (2015) Affective communication in rodents: Serotonin and its modulating role in ultrasonic vocalizations. Behavioural Pharmacology 26: 506-521.

Rief W, Glombiewski JA, Gollwitzer M, Schubö A, Schwarting R & Thorwart A (2015) Expectancies as core features of mental disorders. Current Opinion in Psychiatry 28: 378-385.

Rippberger H, van Gaalen M, Schwarting RKW, Wöhr M (2015) Environmental and pharmacological modulation of amphetamine-induced 50-kHz ultrasonic vocalizations in rats. Current Neuropharmacology,13: 220-232.

2014:

Wöhr M (2014) Ultrasonic vocalizations in Shank mouse models for autism spectrum disorders: Detailed spectrographic analyses and developmental profiles. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 43: 199-212.

Seffer D, Schwarting RKW, Wöhr M. (2014) Pro-social ultrasonic communication in rats: Insigts from playback studies. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 234: 73-81.

2013:

Wöhr M & Scattoni ML. (2013) Behavioural methods used in rodent models of autism spectrum disorders: Current standards and new developments. Behavioural Brain Research, 251: 5-17.

Wöhr M & Scattoni ML. (2013) Neurobiology of autism. Behavioural Brain Research, 251: 1-4.

Wöhr M & Schwarting RKW. (2013) Affective communication in rodents: Ultrasonic vocalizations as a tool for research on emotion and motivation. Cell and Tissue Research, 354: 81-97.

2012:

Schwarting RKW & Wöhr M. (2012) On the relationships between ultrasonic calling and anxiety-related behavior in rats. Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research, 45: 337-348.

Pawlak CR, Karrenbauer BD, Schneider P & Ho Y-J. (2012) The elevated plus-maze test: Differential psychopharmacology of anxiety-related behaviour. Emotion Review, 4: 98-115.

2011:

Koolhaas JM, Bartolomucci A, Buwalda B, de Boer SF, Flügge G, Korte SM, Meerlo P, Murison R, Olivier B, Palanza P, Richter-Levin G, Sgoifo A, Steimer T, Stiedl O, van Dijk G, Wöhr M & Fuchs E. (2011) Stress revisited: a critical evaluation of the stress concept. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 35: 1291-1301.

2010:

Wöhr M & Schwarting RKW. (2010) Ultraschallkommunikation bei Nagern und ihre Bedeutung für Modelle neuropsychiatrischer Erkrankungen (also available in English: Rodent ultrasonic communication and its relevance for models of neuropsychiatric disorders). NeuroForum, 4: 248-258.

Röskam S, Neff F, Schwarting RKW, Bacher M & Dodel R. (2010) APP transgenic mice: The effect of active and passive immunotherapy in cognitive tasks. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 34: 487-499.

Wöhr M & Schwarting RKW. (2010) Activation of limbic system structures by replay of ultrasonic vocalization in rats. In: Handbook of Mammalian Vocalization. An Integrative Neuroscience Approach. Brudzynski SM (Ed.). Elsevier, Amsterdam, 113-124.

Wöhr M, Oddi D & D'Amato FR. (2010) Effect of altricial pup ultrasonic vocalization on maternal behavior. In: Handbook of Mammalian Vocalization. An Integrative Neuroscience Approach. Brudzynski SM (Ed.). Elsevier, Amsterdam, 159-166.

2009:

Schwarting RKW. (2009) Rodent models of serial reaction time tasks and their implementation in neurobiological research. Behavioural Brain Research 199: 76-88.

2008:

Pawlak CR, Ho Y-J & Schwarting RKW. (2008) Animal models of human psychopathology based on individual differences in novelty-seeking and anxiety. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 32: 1544-1568.

Schwarting RKW. (2008) Biopsychologie von Emotionen im Tiermodell am Beispiel von Angst und Furcht. In: Experimentelle Emotionspsychologie. Methodische Ansätze, Probleme, Ergebnisse. Janke W, Schmidt-Daffy M & Debus G (Hrsg). Pabst Science Publishers, Lengerich, 849-866.

2007 und früher:

Schwarting RKW (2007) Die Quellen der Lust. In: Gehirn & Geist-Dossier (Aber bitte mit Gefühl!) 6-11.

Pawlak CR & Weyers P. (2006) Tiermodelle für Angst und Angststörungen. Ausgewählte Modelle und Ansätze zur Untersuchung individueller Differenzen. Psychologische Rundschau 57: 139-153.

Schwarting RKW & Pawlak CR. (2004) Behavioral neuroscience in the rat: Taking the individual into account. Methods and Findings in Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology, 26: 17-22.

Schwarting RKW (2003) Neurotransmisores y centros del placer. Mente y cerebro 3. Barcelona, Prensa Cientifica.

Schwarting RKW (2004) Le carrefour des désirs. Cerveau & Psycho. Paris, Pour la Science.

Schwarting RKW (2004) As fontes do prazer. Viver - Mente & Cerebro 141, 52-57. Sao Paulo, Duetto Editorial.

Schwarting RKW. (2003) Le fonti del piacere. Mento & Cervello. Le scienze S.p.A., Mailand, 2: 40-47

Schwarting RKW. (2002) Quellen der Lust. Gehirn und Geist, Spektrum der Wissenschaften, Heidelberg, 3: 30-36.

Schwarting RKW. (2003) The principle of memory consolidation and its pharmacological modulation. In: Kluwe RH, Lüer G & Rösler F (eds.) Principles of Learning and Memory, Birkhäuser Publishing Ltd., Basel, 137-153.

Schwarting RKW. (2001) Drogensucht - Eingriff und Einblick ins Gehirn. In: Kettenmann H & Gibson M (Hrsg.) Kosmos Gehirn. Addendum zu Neuroforum, Berlin, 66-67.

Sedelis M, Schwarting RKW & Huston JP. (2001) Behavioral phenotyping of the MPTP mouse model of Parkinson´s disease. Behavioural Brain Research, 125: 109-125.

Schwarting RKW & Huston JP. (1998) Psychobiologie von Lernen und Gedächtnis. In: Enzyklopädie der Psychologie, Themenbereich C; Theorie und Forschung, Serie I: Biologische Psychologie, Band 7, Vergleichende Psychobiologie (Ed. E. Irle & H.J. Markowitsch), Hogrefe Verlag für Psychologie, Göttingen, 373-457.

Schwarting RKW. (1997a) Zur Neurochemie des Verhaltens: Dopamin und Motivation. Psychologische Rundschau, 48: 211-223.

Schwarting RKW. (1997b) 'Ice cracks the brain' oder Stimulantien als Werkzeuge in der Neurowissenschaft. Neuroforum, 4: 116-126.

Schwarting RKW, Fornaguera J & Huston JP. (1996) Automated video image analysis of behavioral asymmetries. In: Motor Activity and Movement Disorders (Eds. PR Sanberg, K-P Ossenkopp, M Kavaliers), Humana Press Inc., Totowa, NJ, pp.141-174.

Schwarting RKW & Huston JP. (1996a) Unilateral 6-hydroxydopamine lesions of meso-striatal dopamine neurons and their physiological sequelae. Progress in Neurobiology 49: 215-266.

Schwarting RKW & Huston JP. (1996b) The unilateral 6-hydroxydopamine lesion model in behavioral brain research. Analysis of functional deficits, recovery and treatments. Progress in Neurobiology, 50: 275-331.

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