Mirshahi, A., Ponto, K.A., Laubert-Reh, D., Rahm, B., Lackner, K.J., Binder, H., Pfeiffer, N., & Unterrainer, J.M. (2016). Myopia and Cognitive Performance: Results From the Gutenberg Health Study. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 57(13), 5230-5236.

Unterrainer, J.M., Rauh, R., Rahm, B., Hardt, J., Kaller, C.P., Klein, C., Paschke-Muller, M., & Biscaldi, M. (2016). Development of Planning in Children with High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders and/or Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Autism Research, 9(7), 739-751.

Unterrainer, J., Michal, M., Rahm, B., Hadzibegovic, J., Wild, P.S., Schulz, A., Munzel, T., Blettner, M., Lackner, K., Pfeiffer, N., Blankenberg, S., Denollet, J., & Beutel, M.E. (2016). Association of Type D personality with cognitive functioning in individuals with and without cardiovascular disease - The Gutenberg Health Study. International Journal of Cardiology, 214, 257-262.

Kaller, C.P., Debelak, R., Köstering, L., Egle, J., Rahm, B., Wild, P.S., Blettner, M., Beutel, M.E. & Unterrainer, J.M. (2016). Assessing Planning Ability Across the Adult Life Span: Population-Representative and Age-Adjusted Reliability Estimates for the Tower of London (TOL-F). Arch Clin Neuropsychol, 31(2), 148-164.

Loosli, S.V., Falquez, R., Unterrainer, J.M., Weiller, C., Rahm, B. & Kaller, C.P. (2016). Training of resistance to proactive interference and working memory in older adults: A randomized double-blind study. Int Psychogeriatr, 28(3), 453-467.

Loosli, S.V., Rahm, B., Unterrainer, J.M., Mader, I., Weiller, C. & Kaller, C.P. (2016). Age differences in behavioral and neural correlates of proactive interference: Disentangling the role of overall working memory performance. Neuroimage, 127, 376-386.

Rahm, B., Lacour, M., Decety, J., Müller, J., Scheidt, C.E., Bauer, J., König, R., Wirsching, M., Glauche, V., Ohlendorf, S., Unterbrink, T., Hartmann, A. & Joos, A.A. (2015). Self-perspective leads to increased activation of pain processing brain regions in fibromyalgia. Compr Psychiatry, 59, 80-90.

Peters, B., Kaiser, J., Rahm, B. & Bledowski, C. (2015). Activity in human visual and parietal cortex reveals object-based attention in working memory. J Neurosci, 35(8), 3360-3369.

Unterrainer, J.M., Kaller, C.P., Loosli, S.V., Heinze, K., Ruh, N., Paschke-Müller, M., Rauh, R., Biscaldi, M. & Rahm, B. (2015). Looking ahead from age 6 to 13: A deeper insight into the development of planning ability.  British Journal of Psychology, 106(1), 46-67.

Heinze, K., Ruh, N., Nitschke, K., Reis, J., Fritsch, B., Unterrainer, J.M., Rahm, B., Weiller, C. & Kaller, C.P. (2014). Transcranial direct current stimulation over left and right DLPFC: Lateralized effects on planning performance and related eye  movements. Biol Psychol, 102, 130-140.

Kaller, C.P., Loosli, S.V., Rahm, B., Gossel, A., Schieting, S., Hornig, T., Hennig, J., van Elst, L.T., Weiller, C. & Katzev, M. (2014). Working Memory in Schizophrenia: Behavioral and Neural Evidence for Reduced Susceptibility to Item-Specific Proactive Interference. Biological Psychiatry, 76(6), 486-494.

Rahm, B., Kaiser, J., Unterrainer, J.M., Simon, J. & Bledowski, C. (2014). fMRI characterization of visual working memory recognition. Neuroimage, 90, 413-22.

Loosli, S.V., Rahm, B., Unterrainer, J.M., Weiller, C. & Kaller, C.P. (2014). Developmental change in proactive interference across the life span: evidence from two working memory tasks. Dev Psychol, 50(4), 1060-1072.

Unterrainer, J.M., Ruh, N., Loosli, S.V., Heinze, K., Rahm, B. & Kaller, C.P. (2013). Planning Steps Forward in Development: In Girls Earlier than in Boys. PLoS ONE 8(11),  e80772.

Kaller, C.P., Heinze, K., Frenkel, A., Laeppchen, C.H., Unterrainer, J.M., Weiller, C., Lange, R. & Rahm, B. (2013). Differential impact of continuous theta-burst stimulation over left and right DLPFC on planning. Human Brain Mapping, 34(1), 36-51.

Bledowski, C., Kaiser, J., Wibral, M., Yildiz-Erzberger, K. & Rahm, B. (2012). Separable Neural Bases for Subprocesses of Recognition in Working Memory. Cerebral Cortex, 22(8), 1950-1958.

Friese, U., Rahm, B., Hassler, U., Kaiser, J. & Gruber, T. (2012). Repetition suppression and effects of familiarity on blood oxygenation level dependent signal and gamma-band activity. Neuroreport, 23(13), 757-761.

Kaller, C.P., Heinze, K., Mader, I., Unterrainer, J.M., Rahm, B., Weiller, C. & Köstering, L. (2012). Linking planning performance and gray matter density in mid-dorsolateral prefrontal cortex: Moderating effects of age and sex. Neuroimage, 63(3), 1454-1463.

Ruh, N., Rahm, B., Unterrainer, J.M., Weiller, C. & Kaller, C.P. (2012). Dissociable stages of problem solving (II): first evidence for process-contingent temporal order of activation in dorsolateral prefrontal cortex. Brain Cogn, 80(1), 170-176.

Cheetham, J.M., Rahm, B., Kaller, C.P. & Unterrainer, J.M. (2012). Visuospatial over verbal demands in predicting Tower of London planning tasks. Br J Psychol, 103(1), 98-116.

Fusser, F., Linden, D.E., Rahm, B., Hampel, H., Haenschel, C. & Mayer, J.S. (2011). Common capacity-limited neural mechansms of selective attention and spatial working memory encoding. Eur J Neurosci, 34(5), 827-838.

Kaller, C.P., Rahm, B., Köstering, L. & Unterrainer, J.M. (2011). Reviewing the impact of problem structure on planning: A software tool for analyzing tower tasks. Behav Brain Res, 216(1), 1-8.

Rieder, M.K., Rahm, B., Williams, J.D. & Kaiser, J. (2011). Human gamma-band acticity and behavior. Int J Psychophysiol, 79(1), 39-48.

Kaller, C.P., Rahm, B., Spreer, J., Weiller, C. & Unterrainer, J.M. (2011). Dissociable Contributions of Left and Right Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex in Planning. Cereb Cortex, 21(2), 307-317.

Wibral, M., Rahm, B., Rieder, M., Lindner, M., Vicente, R. & Kaiser, J. (2011). Transfer entropy in magnetoencephalographic data: Quantifiying information flow in cortical and cerebellar networks. Prog Biophys Mol Biol, 105(1-2), 80-97.

Unterrainer, J.M., Kaller, C.P., Leonhart, R. &  Rahm, B. (2011). Revising superior planning performance in chess players: the impact of time restriction and motivational aspects. Am J Psychol, 124(2), 213-225.

Heinemann, L.V., Rahm, B., Kaiser, J., Gaese, B.H. & Altmann, C.F. (2010). Repetition Enhancement for Frequency-Modulated but Not Unmodulated Sounds: A Human MEG Study. PLoS One, 5(12), e15548.

Bledowski, C., Kaiser, J., Rahm, B. (2010). Basic operations in working memory: Contributions from functional imaging studies. Behav Brain Res, 214(2), 172-9.

Bledowski, C., Rahm, B. & Rowe, J.B. (2009). What "works" in working memory? Separate systems for selection and updating of critical information. J Neurosci, 29(43), 13735-13741.

Kaller, C.P., Rahm, B., Bolkenius, K. & Unterrainer, J.M. (2009). Eye movements and visuospatial problem solving: identifying separable phases of complex cognition. Psychophysiology, 46(4), 818-830.

Kaiser, J., Lutzenberger, W., Decker, C., Wibral, M. & Rahm, B. (2009). Task- and performance-related modulation of domain-specific auditory short-term memory representations in the gamma-band. Neuroimage, 46(4), 1127-1136.

Kaiser, J., Rahm, B. & Lutzenberger, W. (2009). Temporal dynamics of stimulus-specific gamma-band activity components during auditory short-term memory. Neuroimage, 44(1), 257-264.

Unterrainer, J.M., Rauss, K., Kaller, C., Leonhart, R. & Rahm, B. (2008) Perceived conflicts and errors in complex problem solving. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 15, 1-12.

Kaller, C.P., Rahm, B. & Unterrainer, J.M. (2008). Thinking around the corner: the development of planning abilities. Brain and  Cognition, 67(3), 360-370.

Kaiser, J., Rahm, B. & Lutzenberger, W. (2008). Direct contrasts between experimental conditions may yield more focal oscillatory activations than comparing preversus post-stimulus responses. Brain Res, 1235, 63-73.

Ball, T., Rahm, B., Eickhoff, S.B., Schulze-Bonhage, A., Speck, O. & Mutschler, I. (2007). Response properties of human amygdala subregions: evidence based on functional MRI combined with probabilistic anatomical maps. PLoS One, 2(3), e307.

Rahm, B., Opwis, K., Kaller, C.P., Spreer, J., Schwarzwald, R., Halsband, U. & Unterrainer, J.M. (2006). Tracking the stages of decision-based action in the human frontal lobes with fMRI. Neuroimage, 30(2), 656-667.

Bledowski, C., Cohen Kadosh, K., Wibral, M., Rahm, B., Bittner, R.A., Hoechstetter, K., Scherg, M., Maurer, K., Goebel, R. & Linden D.E. (2006). Mental chronometry of working memory retrieval: a combined functional magnetic resonance imaging and event-related potentials approach. J Neurosci, 26(3), 821-829.

Unterrainer, J.M., Kaller, C.P., Halsband, U. & Rahm, B. (2006). Planning abilities and chess: a comparison of chess and non-chess players on the Tower of London task. British Journal of Psychology, 97, 299-311.

Unterrainer, J.M., Rahm, B., Halsband, U. & Kaller, C.P. (2005). What is in a name: The ower of London and its variants. Cogn Brain  Res, 23(2-3), 418-428.

Unterrainer, J.M., Ruff, C.C., Rahm, B., Kaller, C.P., Spreer, J., Schwarzwald, R. & Halsband, U. (2005). The influence of sex differences and individual task performance on brain activation during planning. Neuroimage, 15(2), 586-590.

Kaller, C.P., Unterrainer, J.M., Rahm, B. & Halsband, U. (2004). The impact of problem structure on planning: insights from the Tower of London task. Cognitive Brain Research, 20(3), 462-472.

Unterrainer, J.M., Rahm, B., Kaller, C.P., Ruff, C.C., Spreer, J., Krause, B.J., Schwarzwald, R., Hautzel, H. & Halsband, U. (2004). When planning fails: Individual differences and error related brain activity in problem solving. Cerebral Cortex, 14(12), 1390-1397.

Unterrainer, J.M., Rahm, B., Kaller, C., Quiske, K., Hoppe-Seyler, K., Meier, C., Müller, C., Leonhart, R. & Halsband, U. (2004). Planning abilities and the Tower of London: Is this task measuring a discrete cognitive function? Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 26(6), 846-856.

Unterrainer, J.M., Rahm, B., Leonhart, R., Ruff, C.C. & Halsband, U. (2003). The Tower of London: the impact of instructions, cueing, and learning on planning abilities. Cognitive Brain Research, 17(3), 675-683.

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