Matthias Brand

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Affiliation: University of Bielefeld
Country: Germany

Publications

  1. Brand M, Roth Bauer M, Driessen M, Markowitsch H. Executive functions and risky decision-making in patients with opiate dependence. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2008;97:64-72 pubmed publisher
    ..Decision-making and other neuropsychological functioning should be considered in the treatment of opiate dependence. ..
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    Brand M, Kalbe E, Fujiwara E, Huber M, Markowitsch H. Cognitive estimation in patients with probable Alzheimer's disease and alcoholic Korsakoff patients. Neuropsychologia. 2003;41:575-84 pubmed
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  3. Brand M, Pawlikowski M, Labudda K, Laier C, von Rothkirch N, Markowitsch H. Do amnesic patients with Korsakoff's syndrome use feedback when making decisions under risky conditions? An experimental investigation with the Game of Dice Task with and without feedback. Brain Cogn. 2009;69:279-90 pubmed publisher
    ..Performance on both task versions was correlated with categorization and set-shifting. The findings indicate that amnesic patients do not profit from receiving feedback for their decisions in explicit risk conditions...

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Publications3

  1. Brand M, Roth Bauer M, Driessen M, Markowitsch H. Executive functions and risky decision-making in patients with opiate dependence. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2008;97:64-72 pubmed publisher
    ..Decision-making and other neuropsychological functioning should be considered in the treatment of opiate dependence. ..
  2. request reprint
    Brand M, Kalbe E, Fujiwara E, Huber M, Markowitsch H. Cognitive estimation in patients with probable Alzheimer's disease and alcoholic Korsakoff patients. Neuropsychologia. 2003;41:575-84 pubmed
    ....
  3. Brand M, Pawlikowski M, Labudda K, Laier C, von Rothkirch N, Markowitsch H. Do amnesic patients with Korsakoff's syndrome use feedback when making decisions under risky conditions? An experimental investigation with the Game of Dice Task with and without feedback. Brain Cogn. 2009;69:279-90 pubmed publisher
    ..Performance on both task versions was correlated with categorization and set-shifting. The findings indicate that amnesic patients do not profit from receiving feedback for their decisions in explicit risk conditions...