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Drolet, M., R. I. Schubotz and J. Fischer: Explicit authenticity and stimulus features interact to modulate BOLD response induced by emotional speech. In: Cognitive Affective and Behavioral Neuroscience 13, 2, 318-329 (2013).
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El-Kordi, A., D. Winkler, K. Hammerschmidt, A. Kästner, D. Krueger, A. Ronnenberg, C. Ritter, J. Jatho, K. Radyushkin, T. Bourgeron, J. Fischer, N. Brose and H. Ehrenreich: Development of an autism severity score for mice using Nlgn4 null mutants as a construct-valid model of heritable monogenic autism. In: Behavioural Brain Research, Seq. No.: 10.1016/j.bbr.2012.11.016 (2012).
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Hammerschmidt, K., K. Radyushkin, H. Ehrenreich and J. Fischer: The structure and usage of female and male mouse ultrasonic vocalizations reveal only minor differences. In: PLoS ONE 7, Seq. No.: e41133 (2012).
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Pfefferle, D., M. Heistermann, R. Pirow, J. K. Hodges and J. Fischer: Estrogen and Progestogen Correlates of the Structure of Female Copulation Calls in Semi-Free-Ranging Barbary Macaques (Macaca sylvanus). In: International Journal of Primatology 32, 4, 992-1006 (2011).
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Enard, W., S. Gehre, K. Hammerschmidt, S. M. Hölter, T. Blass, M. Somel, M. K. Brückner, C. Schreiweis, C. Winter, R. Sohr, L. Becker, V. Wiebe, B. Nickel, M. Somel, U. Müller, M. Groszer, T. Adler, A. Aguilar, I. Bolle, J. Calzada-Wack, C. Dalke, N. Erhardt, J. Favor, H. Fuchs, V. Gailus-Durner, W. Hans, G. Hölzlwimmer, A. Javaheri, S. Kalaydjiev, M. Kallnik, E. Kling, S. Kunder, I. Moßbrugger, B. Naton, I. Racz, B. Rathkolb, J. Rozman, A. Schrewe, D. H. Busch, J. Graw, B. Ivandic, M. Klingenspor, T. Klopstock, M. Ollert, L. Quintanilla-Martinez, H. Schulz, E. Wolf, W. Wurst, A. Zimmer, S. E. Fisher, R. Morgenstern, T. Arendt, M. Hrabé de Angelis, J. Fischer, J. Schwarz and S. Pääbo: A Humanized Version of Foxp2 Affects Cortico-Basal Ganglia Circuits in Mice. In: Cell 137, 5, 961-971 (2009).
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Kaminski, J., J. Fischer and J. Call: Prospective object search in dogs: mixed evidence for knowledge of What and Where. In: Animal Cognition 11, 2, 367-371 (2008).
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