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    1. Schugens, MM; Daum, I
      Long-term retention of classical eyeblink conditioning in amnesia

      NEUROREPORT
    2. SCHUGENS MM; DAUM I; WEIKERT B; RUGG MD
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL REPETITION EFFECTS IN AMNESIC PATIENTS

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    3. Schepelmann, K; Schugens, MM; Loschmann, PA; Klockgether, T; Dichgans, J
      The non-competitive N-methyl-D-aspartate-antagonist memantine does not affect segmental mono- and polysynaptic reflexes in

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    4. SCHUGENS MM; DAUM I; SPINDLER M; BIRBAUMER N
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF AGING ON EXPLICIT AND IMPLICIT MEMORY

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section B, Aging, neuropsychology and cognition
    5. SCHUGENS MM; EGERTER R; DAUM I; SCHEPELMANN K; KLOCKGETHER T; LOSCHMANN PA
      THE NMDA ANTAGONIST MEMANTINE IMPAIRS CLASSICAL EYEBLINK CONDITIONINGIN HUMANS

      Neuroscience letters
    6. DAUM I; SCHUGENS MM
      ON THE CEREBELLUM AND CLASSICAL-CONDITIONING

      Current directions in psychological science
    7. DAUM I; GRABER S; SCHUGENS MM; MAYES AR
      MEMORY DYSFUNCTION OF THE FRONTAL TYPE IN NORMAL AGING

      NeuroReport
    8. DAUM I; SCHUGENS MM; BREITENSTEIN C; TOPKA H; SPIEKER S
      CLASSICAL EYEBLINK CONDITIONING IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE

      Movement disorders
    9. ACKERMANN H; DAUM I; SCHUGENS MM; GRODD W
      IMPAIRED PROCEDURAL LEARNING AFTER DAMAGE TO THE LEFT SUPPLEMENTARY MOTOR AREA (SMA)

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    10. DAUM I; BRAUN C; RIESCH G; MILTNER W; ACKERMANN H; SCHUGENS MM; BIRBAUMER N
      PAIN-RELATED CEREBRAL POTENTIALS IN PATIENTS WITH FRONTAL OR PARIETALLOBE LESIONS

      Neuroscience letters
    11. DAUM I; SCHUGENS MM; SPIEKER S; POSER U; SCHONLE PW; BIRBAUMER N
      MEMORY AND SKILL ACQUISITION IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE AND FRONTAL-LOBE DYSFUNCTION

      Cortex
    12. SCHUGENS MM; DAUM I; RICHTER S; SCHOLZ E; CANAVAN AGM
      PROXIMAL AND DISTAL REACTION-TIMES (RTS) ARE NOT DIFFERENTIALLY AFFECTED IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE

      Movement disorders
    13. DAUM I; SCHUGENS MM; ACKERMANN H; LUTZENBERGER W; DICHGANS J; BIRBAUMER N
      CLASSICAL-CONDITIONING AFTER CEREBELLAR LESIONS IN HUMANS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    14. DAUM I; ACKERMANN H; SCHUGENS MM; REIMOLD C; DICHGANS J; BIRBAUMER N
      THE CEREBELLUM AND COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS IN HUMANS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    15. LOSCHMANN PA; KLOCKGETHER T; SCHUGENS MM
      COMBINATION THERAPY FOR PD

      Neurology


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