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    1. Basler, HD; Bloem, R; Casser, HR; Gerbershagen, HU; Griessinger, N; Hankemeier, U; Hesselbarth, S; Lautenbacher, S; Nikolaus, T; Richter, W; Schroter, C; Weiss, L
      A structured pain interview for geriatric patients

      SCHMERZ
    2. Lautenbacher, S; Nielsen, J; Andersen, T; Arendt-Nielsen, L
      Spatial summation of heat pain in males and females

      SOMATOSENSORY AND MOTOR RESEARCH
    3. Rollman, GB; Lautenbacher, S
      Sex differences in musculoskeletal pain

      CLINICAL JOURNAL OF PAIN
    4. Pohl, M; Rosler, A; Sunkeler, I; Braune, HJ; Oertel, WH; Lautenbacher, S
      Insertion pain in needle electromyography can be reduced by simultaneous finger slapping

      NEUROLOGY
    5. Schafer, ML; Lautenbacher, S; Postberg-Flesch, C
      New investigations on the typus melancholicus structure in migraine patients

      NERVENARZT
    6. Rollman, GB; Lautenbacher, S; Jones, KS
      Sex and gender differences in responses to experimentally induced pain in humans

      SEX, GENDER, AND PAIN
    7. Lautenbacher, S; Hebebrand, J; Blum, WF; Fehmann, HC; Krieg, JC
      Plasma leptin levels do not change in healthy humans shortly after a hydrocortisone challenge

      EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY & DIABETES
    8. Tolle, TR; Kaufmann, T; Siessmeier, T; Lautenbacher, S; Berthele, A; Munz, F; Zieglgansberger, W; Willoch, F; Schwaiger, M; Conrad, B; Bartenstein, P
      Region-specific encoding of sensory and affective components of pain in the human brain: A positron emission tomography correlation analysis

      ANNALS OF NEUROLOGY
    9. Lautenbacher, S; Roscher, S; Kohl, G; Vedder, H; Krieg, JC
      Corticotropin-releasing-hormone lacks analgesic properties: an experimental study in humans, using non-inflammatory pain

      PAIN
    10. Lautenbacher, S
      Psychobiology of pain suppression

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR KLINISCHE PSYCHOLOGIE-FORSCHUNG UND PRAXIS
    11. Lautenbacher, S; Spernal, J; Schreiber, W; Krieg, JC
      Relationship between clinical pain complaints and pain sensitivity in patients with depression and panic disorder

      PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
    12. LAUTENBACHER S; PAULI P; ZAUDIG M; BIRBAUMER N
      ATTENTIONAL CONTROL OF PAIN PERCEPTION - THE ROLE OF HYPOCHONDRIASIS

      Journal of psychosomatic research
    13. FASSBENDER K; SAMBORSKY W; KELLNER M; MULLER W; LAUTENBACHER S
      TENDER POINTS, DEPRESSIVE AND FUNCTIONAL SYMPTOMS - COMPARISON BETWEEN FIBROMYALGIA AND MAJOR DEPRESSION

      Clinical rheumatology
    14. LAUTENBACHER S; ROLLMAN GB
      POSSIBLE DEFICIENCIES OF PAIN MODULATION IN FIBROMYALGIA

      The Clinical journal of pain
    15. LAUTENBACHER S
      IS THERE A SEX DIFFERENCE IN THE BALANCE OF PAIN EXCITATORY AND PAIN INHIBITORY PROCESSES

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    16. LAUTENBACHER S; KRAEHE N; KRIEG JC
      PERCEPTION OF BODY-SIZE AND BODY SATISFACTION IN RECOVERED ANOREXIC WOMEN - COMPARISON WITH RESTRAINED AND UNRESTRAINED EATERS

      Perceptual and motor skills
    17. LAUTENBACHER S; ROSCHER S; STRIAN F
      TONIC PAIN EVOKED BY PULSATING HEAT - TEMPORAL SUMMATION MECHANISMS AND PERCEPTUAL QUALITIES

      Somatosensory & motor research
    18. LAUTENBACHER S
      QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF THERMAL AND PAIN SENSITIVITY

      Journal of the neurological sciences
    19. LAUTENBACHER S; ROLLMAN GB; MCCAIN GA
      MULTIMETHOD ASSESSMENT OF EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL PAIN IN PATIENTS WITH FIBROMYALGIA

      Pain
    20. LAUTENBACHER S; ROSCHER S; STRIAN D; FASSBENDER K; KRUMREY K; KRIEG JC
      PAIN PERCEPTION IN DEPRESSION - RELATIONSHIPS TO SYMPTOMATOLOGY AND NALOXONE-SENSITIVE MECHANISMS

      Psychosomatic medicine
    21. LAUTENBACHER S; KRIEG JC
      PAIN PERCEPTION IN PSYCHIATRIC-DISORDERS - A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE

      Journal of Psychiatric Research
    22. ROLLMAN GB; LAUTENBACHER S
      SEX-DIFFERENCES AND BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS AFFECTING PAIN RESPONSIVENESS

      Pain
    23. LAUTENBACHER S; ROLLMAN GB
      SEX-DIFFERENCES IN RESPONSIVENESS TO PAINFUL AND NONPAINFUL STIMULI ARE DEPENDENT UPON THE STIMULATION METHOD

      Pain
    24. KRIEG JC; ROSCHER S; STRIAN F; PIRKE KM; LAUTENBACHER S
      PAIN SENSITIVITY IN RECOVERED ANOREXICS, RESTRAINED AND UNRESTRAINED EATERS

      Journal of psychosomatic research
    25. LAUTENBACHER S; ROSCHER S; STRIAN F; PIRKE KM; KRIEG JC
      THEORETICAL AND EMPIRICAL CONSIDERATIONS ON THE RELATION BETWEEN BODY-IMAGE, BODY SCHEME AND SOMATOSENSATION

      Journal of psychosomatic research
    26. LAUTENBACHER S; ROSCHER S; STRIAN F; KRUMREY K; KRIEG JC
      PAIN PERCEPTION IN DEPRESSION - RELATIONSHIP TO SYMPTOMATOLOGY AND NALOXONE-SENSITIVE MECHANISMS

      Biological psychiatry


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