Prof. Dr.

Christoph Mulert

Justus-Liebig Universität Gießen Universitätsklinikum Giessen
Klinikstraße 36
35392 Gießen

+49 641 985 45702 +49 641 985 45752 E-Mail senden Website besuchen

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Mich interessieren besonders die neurophysiologischen und neurochemischen Mechanismen, die bei visueller Wahrnehmung von Bedeutung sind. Ein besonderes Interesse ist es dabei auch, mögliche Veränderungen im Kontext von Schizotypie zu charakterisieren.

Mein Ziel ist es hier, zu einem vertieften Verständnis neurophysiologischer Mechanismen bei der Interaktion von Wahrnehmung und kognitiven Prozessen zu gelangen – gerade auch in Hinblick auf deren Veränderungen bei Schizotypie.

Projektrelevante Veröffentlichungen
Andreou, C., Steinmann, S., Kolbeck, K., Rauh, J., Leicht, G., Moritz, S., Mulert, C. (2018). The role of effective connectivity between the task-positive and task-negative network for evidence gathering [Evidence gathering and connectivity]. Neuroimage, 173, 49-56. find paper
Curic, S., Leicht, G., Thiebes S., Andreou C., Polomac, N., Eichler, I.C., Eichler, L., Zöllner, C., Gallinat, J., Steinmann, S., Mulert, C. (2019). Reduced auditory evoked gamma-band response and schizophrenia-like clinical symptoms under subanesthetic ketamine. Neuropsychopharmacology, 44(7), 1239-1246. find paper
Elyamany, O., Leicht, G., Herrmann, C. S., & Mulert, C. (2020). Transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS): from basic mechanisms towards first applications in psychiatry. European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience, 1-22. find paper
Kornmayer, L., Leicht, G. and Mulert, C. (2018). Attentional capture by physically salient stimuli in the gamma frequency is associated with schizophrenia symptoms. The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry, 19(sup2), S52-S62. find paper
Leicht, G., Andreou, C., Nafe, T., Nägele, F., Rauh, J., Curic, S., Schauer, P., Schöttle, D., Steinmann, S., Mulert, C. (2020). Alterations of oscillatory neuronal activity during reward processing in schizophrenia. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 129, 80-87. find paper
Meier, J., Nolte, G., Schneider, T.R., Engel, A.K., Leicht, G., Mulert C. (2019). Intrinsic 40Hz-phase asymmetries predict tACS effects during conscious auditory perception. Plos One, 14(4), e0213996. find paper
Thiebes, S., Steinmann, S., Curic, S., Polomac, N., Andreou, C., Eichler, I.C., Eichler, L., Zöllner, C., Gallinat J., Leicht, G., Mulert, C. (2018). Alterations in interhemispheric gamma-band connectivity are related to the emergence of auditory verbal hallucinations in healthy subjects during NMDA-receptor blockade. Neuropsychopharmacology, 43(7), 1608-1615. find paper
Ältere projektrelevante Veröffentlichungen
Andreou, C., Frielinghaus, H., Rauh, J., Mußmann, M., S. Vauth, S., Braun, P., Leicht, G. and Mulert, C. (2017). Theta and high-beta networks for feedback processing: a simultaneous EEG & fMRI study in healthy male subjects. Translational Psychiatry, 7(1), e1016. find paper
Kornmayer, L., Leicht, C. and Mulert, C. (2015). Increased gamma oscillations evoked by physically salient distracters are associated with schizotypy. Brain Topography, 28(1), 153-161. find paper
Leicht, G., Vauth, S. Polomac, N., C. Andreou, C., Rauh, J., Mussmann, M., Karow, A., and Mulert, C. (2016). EEG-Informed fMRI Reveals a Disturbed Gamma-Band-Specific Network in Subjects at High Risk for Psychosis. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 42(1), 239-249. find paper