Publications

Selected Publications

Sitaram R., Ros T., Stoeckel L., Haller S., Scharnowski F., Lewis-Peacock J., Weiskopf N., Blefari M.L., Rana M., Oblak E., Birbaumer N., Sulzer J. (2017): Closed-loop brain training: the science of neurofeedback. Nature Neuroscience Reviews, 18, 86-100.

Koush Y., Meskaldij D.E., Pichon S., Rey G., Rieger S.W., Linden D., Van De Ville D., Vuilleumier P., Scharnowski F. (2015): Learning control over emotion networks through connectivity-based neurofeedback. Cerebral Cortex, doi: 10.1093/cercor/bhv311

Skouras S., Scharnowski F. (2019): The effects of psychiatric history and age on self-regulation of the default mode network. NeuroImage, 198, 150-159

Koush Y., Pichon S., Eickhoff S., Van De Ville D., Vuilleumier P., Scharnowski F. (2019): Brain networks for engaging oneself in positive-social emotion regulation. NeuroImage, 189, 106-115.

Robineau F., Meskaldji D.R., Koush Y., Rieger S.W., Mermoud C., Morgenthaler S., Van De Ville D., Vuilleumier P., Scharnowski F. (2017): Maintenance of voluntary self-regulation learned through real-time fMRI neurofeedback. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 11(131).

Koush Y., Rosa M.J., Robineau F., Heinen K., Rieger S., Weiskopf N., Vuilleumier P., Van De Ville D., Scharnowski F. (2013): Connectivity-based neurofeedback: dynamic causal modeling for real-time fMRI. NeuroImage, 81(1), 422-430.

Kirschner M., Sladky R., Haugg A., Stämpfli P., Jehli E., Hodel M., Engeli E., Hösli S., Bamgartner M.R., Sulzer J., Huys Q., Seifritz E., Quednow B., Scharnowski F., Herdener M. (2018): Self-regulation of the Dopaminergic Reward Circuit in Cocaine Users with Mental Imagery and Neurofeedback. EBioMedicine, 37, 489-498.

Scharnowski F., Weiskopf N. (2015): Cognitive enhancement through real-time fMRI neurofeedback. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 4, 122-127.

Scharnowski F., Rees G., Walsh V. (2013): Time and the brain: Neurorelativity. Trends in Cognitive Science, 17(2), 51-51.

Herzog M.H., Kammer T., Scharnowski F. (2016): Time slices – what is the duration of a percept. PLoS Biology, 14(4), e1002433.