Christine Mohr

Publications | Phd and Masters theses

Advanced search is available through Serval

Publications can be managed by accessing Serval via MyUnil

159 publications

How stage magic perpetuates magical beliefs
Mohr Christine, Kuhn Gustav dans Mind Reading as a Cultural Practice. Perspectives on its Epistemologies, Technologies, Modes of Subjectivization, and Cultural and Political Dimensions in the 20th Century.
The Utility of Physiological Measures in Assessing the Empathic Skills of Incarcerated Violent Offenders.
Palix J., Abu-Akel A., Moulin V., Abbiati M., Gasser J., Hasler C., Marcot D., Mohr C., Dan-Glauser E. International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology pp. 306624X21994056. Peer-reviewed.
English colour terms carry gender and valence biases: A corpus study using word embeddings
Jonauskaite Domicele, Sutton Adam, Cristianini Nello, Mohr Christine, 2021/06/01. PLOS ONE, 16 (6) pp. e0251559. Peer-reviewed.
Colour-emotion associations in individuals with red-green colour blindness
Jonauskaite Domicele, Camenzind Lucia, Parraga C. Alejandro, Diouf Cécile N., Mercapide Ducommun Mathieu, Müller Lauriane, Norberg Mélanie, Mohr Christine, 2021/04/07. PeerJ, 9 pp. e11180. Peer-reviewed.
How Cognitive Control, Autistic and Schizotypal Traits Shape Context Adaptation of Divergent Thinking
Ramain Julie, Mohr Christine, Abu-Akel Ahmad, 2021/01/05. The Journal of Creative Behavior.
Universal Patterns in Color-Emotion Associations are Further Shaped by Linguistic and Geographic Proximity
Jonauskaite D., Abu-Akel A., Dael N., Oberfeld D., Abdel-Khalek A. M., Al-Rasheed A. S., Antonietti J.-P., Bogushevskaya V., Chamseddine A., Chkonia E. et al., 2020/10/01. Psychological Science, 31 (10) pp. 1245-1260. Peer-reviewed.
Epilogue. From then to now – from now to then: Contemporary research in affective colour psychology might inform research on affective colour meaning in ancient Greek and Roman writings
Mohr Christine, Jonauskaite Domicele, 2020/09. pp. 347-383 dans Colour Psychology in the Graeco-Roman World chap. Epilogue, Fondation Hardt.
Extrapolating continuous color emotions through deep learning
Ram Vishaal, Schaposnik Laura P., Konstantinou Nikos, Volkan Eliz, Papadatou-Pastou Marietta, Manav Banu, Jonauskaite Domicele, Mohr Christine, 2020/09. Physical Review Research, 2 (3) p. 033350. Peer-reviewed.
Stripping #The Dress: the importance of contextual information on inter-individual differences in colour perception.
Jonauskaite D., Dael N., Parraga C.A., Chèvre L., García Sánchez A., Mohr C., 2020/06. Psychological research, 84 (4) pp. 851-865. Peer-reviewed.
To see or not to see: Importance of color perception to color therapy
Jonauskaite Domicele, Tremea Irina, Bürki Loyse, Diouf Cécile N., Mohr Christine, 2020/04/07. Color Research & Application, 45 (3) pp. 450-464. Peer-reviewed.
Autistic and positive schizotypal traits respectively predict better convergent and divergent thinking performance
Abu-Akel Ahmad, Webb Margaret E., de Montpellier Emilie, Von Bentivegni Sophie, Luechinger Lyn, Ishii Alessandro, Mohr Christine, 2020/04. Thinking Skills and Creativity p. 100656. Peer-reviewed.
A commentary: The sun is no fun without rain: Reply to “The sun and how do we feel about the color yellow? Methodological concerns”
Jonauskaite Domicele, Mohr Christine, 2020/02. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 67 p. 101379.
Feeling Blue or Seeing Red? Similar Patterns of Emotion Associations With Colour Patches and Colour Terms
Jonauskaite Domicele, Parraga C. Alejandro, Quiblier Michael, Mohr Christine, 2020/02. i-Perception, 11 (1) p. 204166952090248. Peer-reviewed.
The sun is no fun without rain: Physical environments affect how we feel about yellow across 55 countries
Jonauskaite D., Abdel-Khalek A. M., Abu-Akel A., Al-Rasheed A. S., Antonietti J.-P., Ásgeirsson Á. G., Atitsogbe K. A., Barma M., Barratt D., Bogushevskaya V. et al., 2019/12. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 66 p. 101350. Peer-reviewed.
A machine learning approach to quantify the specificity of colour–emotion associations and their cultural differences
Jonauskaite Domicele, Wicker Jörg, Mohr Christine, Dael Nele, Havelka Jelena, Papadatou-Pastou Marietta, Zhang Meng, Oberfeld Daniel, 2019/09/27. Royal Society Open Science, 6 (9) p. 190741. Peer-reviewed.
Pink for girls, red for boys, and blue for both genders: Colour preferences in children and adults
Jonauskaite Domicele, Dael Nele, Chèvre Laetitia, Althaus Betty, Tremea Alessandro, Charalambides Laetitia, Mohr Christine, 2019/05. Sex Roles, 80 (9-10) pp. 630-642. Peer-reviewed.
What color do you feel? Color choices are driven by mood
Jonauskaite Domicele, Althaus Betty, Dael Nele, Dan-Glauser Elise, Mohr Christine, 2019/04. Color Research & Application, 44 (2) pp. 272-284. Peer-reviewed.
Цвета эмоций: экспериментальное исследование ассоциативных связей в современном русском языке [Colors of emotions: Experimental research of associative relations in modern Russian]
Griber Yulia, Jonauskaite Domicele, Mohr Christine, 2019/02/08. Litera, 8 (1) pp. 69-86. Peer-reviewed.
Language lateralisation measured across linguistic and national boundaries.
Hausmann M., Brysbaert M., van der Haegen L., Lewald J., Specht K., Hirnstein M., Willemin J., Barton J., Buchilly D., Chmetz F. et al., 2019/02. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior, 111 pp. 134-147. Peer-reviewed.
Early Detection of the Risk of Developing Psychiatric Disorders: A Study of 461 Chinese University Students under Chronic Stress.
Zhang M., Bridler R., Mohr C., Moragrega I., Sun N., Xu Z., Yang Z., Possenti M., Stassen H.H., 2019. Psychopathology, 52 (6) pp. 367-377. Peer-reviewed.
Sex-related differences in vision are heterogeneous
Shaqiri Albulena, Roinishvili Maya, Grzeczkowski Lukasz, Chkonia Eka, Pilz Karin, Mohr Christine, Brand Andreas, Kunchulia Marina, Herzog Michael H., 2018/12. Scientific Reports, 8 (1) p. 7521. Peer-reviewed.
Magic Performances – When Explained in Psychic Terms by University Students
Lesaffre Lise, Kuhn Gustav, Abu-Akel Ahmad, Rochat Déborah, Mohr Christine, 2018/11/06. Frontiers in Psychology, 9. Peer-reviewed.
The association between schizotypal traits and social functioning in adolescents from the general population
Abu-Akel Ahmad, Baxendale Laura, Mohr Christine, Sullivan Sarah, 2018/11. Psychiatry Research. Peer-reviewed.
Enhancing Psychosis-Spectrum Nosology Through an International Data Sharing Initiative.
Docherty A.R., Fonseca-Pedrero E., Debbané M., Chan RCK, Linscott R.J., Jonas K.G., Cicero D.C., Green M.J., Simms L.J., Mason O. et al., 2018/10/15. Schizophrenia bulletin, 44 (suppl_2) pp. S460-S467. Peer-reviewed.
Reasons, Years and Frequency of Yoga Practice: Effect on Emotion Response Reactivity
Mocanu Elisabeth, Mohr Christine, Pouyan Niloufar, Thuillard Simon, Dan-Glauser Elise S., 2018/07/04. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 12 p. 264.
Psychiatric framing affects positive but not negative schizotypy scores in psychology and medical students
Mohr Christine, Schofield Kerry, Leonards Ute, Wilson Marc S., Grimshaw Gina M., 2018. Psychiatry Research, 266 pp. 85-89.
Unifying research on colour and emotion: Time for a cross-cultural survey on emotion associations to colour terms
Mohr Christine, Jonauskaite Domicele, Dan-Glauser Elise S, Uusküla Mari, Dael Nele, 2018. pp. 209-222 dans MacDonald Lindsay, Biggam Carole P, Paramei Galina V (eds.) Progress in Colour Studies: Cognition, language and beyond chap. 11, John Benjamins.
Unkept promises of cognitive styles: A new look at old measurements
Cuneo Félix, Antonietti Jean-Philippe, Mohr Christine, 2018. Plos One, 13 (8) pp. e0203115. Peer-reviewed.
An investigation of left/right driving rules on deviations while walking
Thomas Nicole A., Churches Owen, White Ian, Mohr Christine, Schrag Yann, Obucina Sabrina, Nicholls Michael E. R., 2017/10/11. PLOS ONE, 12 (10) pp. NA. Peer-reviewed.
Mentalizing skills do not differentiate believers from non-believers, but credibility enhancing displays do
Maij David. L. R., van Harreveld Frenk, Gervais Will, Schrag Yann, Mohr Christine, van Elk Michiel, 2017/08/23. PLOS ONE, 12 (8) pp. e0182764. Peer-reviewed.
Electrophysiological correlates of visual backward masking in high schizotypic personality traits participants
Favrod Ophélie, Sierro Guillaume, Roinishvili Maya, Chkonia Eka, Mohr Christine, Herzog Michael H., Cappe Céline, 2017/08. Psychiatry Research, 254 pp. 251-257. Peer-reviewed.
Embodied perspective-taking indicated by selective disruption from aberrant self motion
Gardner MR, Stent C, Mohr C, Golding JF, 2017. Psychological Reports, 81 pp. 480–489. Peer-reviewed.
Hand Matters: Left-Hand Gestures Enhance Metaphor Explanation
Argyriou Paraskevi, Mohr Christine, Kita Sotaro, 2017. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 43 (6) pp. 874-886. Peer-reviewed.
Salivary testosterone levels are unrelated to handedness or cerebral lateralisation for language
Papadatou-Pastou M, Martin M, Mohr C, 2017. Laterality, 22 (2) pp. 123-156. Peer-reviewed.
Pro Free Will Priming Enhances "Risk-Taking" Behavior in the Iowa Gambling Task, but not in the Balloon Analogue Risk Task : Two Independent Priming Studies
Schrag Y., Tremea A., Lagger C., Ohana N., Mohr C., 2016/03. PLoS ONE (en ligne), 11 (3) pp. NA. Peer-reviewed.
Stability of right visual field advantage in an international lateralized lexical decision task irrespective of participants' sex, handedness or bilingualism.
Willemin J., Hausmann M., Brysbaert M., Dael N., Chmetz F., Fioravera A., Gieruc K., Mohr C., 2016/01/18. Laterality, 21 pp. 1-24. Peer-reviewed.
French validation of the O-LIFE Short questionnaire
Sierro G., Rossier J., Mason O., Mohr C., 2016. European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 32 pp. 195-203. Peer-reviewed.
Internet-Delivered Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Anxiety and Insomnia in a Higher Education Context
Morris Joanna, Firkins Ashlyn, Millings Abigail, Mohr Christine, Redford Paul, Rowe Angela, 2016. Anxiety, Stress and Coping, 29 (4) pp. 415-431. Peer-reviewed.
Measuring body movement : current and future directions in proxemics and kinesics
Dael N., Bianchi-Berthouze N., Kleinsmith A., Mohr C., 2016. pp. 551-587 dans Matsumoto D., Hwang H. C., Frank M. G. (eds.) APA Handbook of Nonverbal Communication, Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Most and Least Preferred Colours Differ According to Object Context : New Insights from an Unrestricted Colour Range
Jonauskaite D., Mohr C., Antonietti J.P., Spiers P.M., Althaus B., Anil S., Dael N., 2016. Plos One, 11 (3) pp. e0152194. Peer-reviewed.
Put on that colour, it fits your emotion: Colour appropriateness as a function of expressed emotion.
Dael N., Perseguers M.N., Marchand C., Antonietti J.P., Mohr C., 2016. Quarterly journal of experimental psychology (2006), 69 (8) pp. 1619-1630. Peer-reviewed.
Validation of the French Autism Spectrum Quotient Scale and its relationships with schizotypy and Eysenckian personality traits
Sierro Guillaume, Rossier Jérôme, Mohr Christine, 2016. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 68 pp. 147-155. Peer-reviewed.
Same or diametrical relationships between autistic and schizotypy traits ? Implication for autism and schizophrenia spectrum research
Sierro G., Rossier J., Mohr C., 2015/06. pp. S215 dans Mindera R., Castro-Fornieles J., Eliez S. (eds.) European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Springer.
Are we modular lying cues detectors ? The answer is "yes sometimes"
Arminjon M., Chamseddine A., Kopta V., Paunović A., Mohr C, 2015. PLoS ONE, 10 (9) pp. e0136418. Peer-reviewed.
Brain dysfunctions, psychopathologies, and body image distortions
Mohr C., Messina S., 2015. European Psychologist, 20 (1) pp. 72-81. Peer-reviewed.
Can the effectiveness of an online stress management program be augmented by wearable sensor technology?
Millings A, Morris J, Rowe AC, Easton S, Martin JK, Majoe D, Mohr C, 2015. Internet Interventions, 2 (3) pp. 330-339. Peer-reviewed.
Caregiver's interpret infants' early gestures based on shared knowledge about referents
Dimitrova N., Moro C., Mohr C., 2015. Infant Behavior and Development, 39 pp. 98-106. Peer-reviewed.
Cognition and brain function in schizotypy : a selective review
Ettinger U., Mohr C., Gooding D. C., Cohen A. S., Rapp A., Haenschel C., Park S., 2015. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 41 (suppl. 2) pp. S417-S426. Peer-reviewed.
Does chronic nicotine consumption influence visual backward masking in schizophrenia and schizotypy ?
Shaqiri A., Willemin J., Sierro G., Roinishvili M., Iannontuoni L, Rürup L, Chkonia E, Herzog MH, Mohr C, 2015. Schizophrenia research : Cognition, 2 (2) pp. 93-99. Peer-reviewed.
Hemispheric language asymmetry in first episode psychosis and schizotypy : the role of cannabis consumption and cognitive disorganization
Herzig D. A., Sullivan S., Lewis G., Corcoran R., Drake R., Evans J., Nutt D., Mohr C., 2015. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 41 (suppl. 2) pp. S455-S464. Peer-reviewed.
Integration and development in schizotypy research : an introduction to the special supplement
Debbané M., Mohr C., 2015. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 41 (suppl. 2) pp. S363-S365. Peer-reviewed.
Priming psychic and conjuring abilities of a magic demonstration influences event interpretation and random number generation biases
Mohr C., Koutrakis N., Kuhn G., 2015. Frontiers in Psychology, 5 p. 1542. Peer-reviewed.
Quantifying insufficient coping behavior under chronic stress. A cross-cultural study of 1,303 students from Italy, Spain, and Argentina.
Delfino J.-P., Barragán E., Botella C., Braun S., Bridler R., Camussi E., Chafrat V., Lott P., Mohr C., Moragrega I. et al., 2015. Psychopathology, 48 (4) pp. 230-239. Peer-reviewed.
Schizotypy : do not worry, it is not all worrisome
Mohr C., Claridge G., 2015. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 41 (suppl. 2) pp. S436-S443. Peer-reviewed.
Schizotypy as an organizing framework for social and affective sciences
Cohen A.S., Park S., Mohr C., Ettinger U., Chan R.C.K., 2015. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 41 (suppl. 2) pp. S427-S435. Peer-reviewed.
The Measurement Invariance of Schizotypy in Europe
Fonseca-Pedrero E., Ortuño-Sierra J., Sierro G., Daniel C., Cella M., Preti A., Mohr C., Mason O., 2015. European Psychiatry, 30 (7) pp. 837-844. Peer-reviewed.
The role of dopamine in schizotypy
Mohr C., Ettinger U., 2015. pp. 33-47 dans Mason O. J., Claridge G. (eds.) Schizotypy : New Dimensions chap. 2, Routledge.
Affective state and voice : cross-cultural assessment of speaking behavior and voice sound characteristics : a normative multicenter study of 577 + 36 healthy subjects
Braun S., Botella C., Bridler R., Chmetz F., Delfino J.P., Herzig D., Kluckner V.J., Mohr C., Moragrega I., Schrag Y. et al., 2014/10. Psychopathology, 47 (5) pp. 327-340.
Language lateralization in early and late bilinguals using an international vocabulary
Willemin J., Hausmann M., Dael N., Gieruc K., Fioravera A., Mohr C, 2014/09., University of Durham, Durham, UK dans 4th North Sea Meeting on Brain Asymmetries. Peer-reviewed.
Reduced left hemisphere dominance for multiple versus single anagram solutions and its modulation by individuals' schizotypy
Ishii A., Sierro G., Mohr C., 2014/09., University of Durham, Durham, UK dans 4th North Sea Meeting on Brain Asymmetries. Peer-reviewed.
Electrophysiological correlates of visual backward masking in schizotypy
Favrod O., Cappe C., Mohr C., Herzog M., 2014/07. dans The 17h European Conference on Personality, European Association for Personality Psychology (EAPP).
Validation and psychometric features of a French translation of the short O-LIFE questionnaire
Sierro G., Mason O., Rossier J., Mohr C., 2014/07., European Association for Personality Psychology (EAPP) dans The 17th European Conference on Personality.
Visual backward masking deficits in schizotypy are observed in late but not early onset nicotine smokers
Willemin J., Iannantuoni L., Beaud G., Sierro G., Herzog M., Mohr C., 2014/07., European Association for Personality Psychology (EAPP) dans The 17th European Conference on Personality.
Visual contrast sensitivity in schizotypy: Better with negative schizotypy and worse with cognitive disorganisation
Picci J., Sierro G., Ishii A., Mohr C., Herzog M., 2014/07., European Association for Personality Psychology (EAPP) dans The 17th European Conference on Personality.
Trying to define Free Will : a cognitive and fonctional model proposal
Schrag Y., Schenk F., Sachse C., Mohr C., 2014/04. dans Toward a Science of Consciousness 2014.
Alcohol and relatively pure cannabis use, but not schizotypy, are associated with cognitive attenuations
Herzig D.A., Nutt D., Mohr C., 2014. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 5 (133) p. 1. Peer-reviewed.
An Overview of the association between schizotypy and dopamine
Mohr C., Ettinger U., 2014. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 5 p. 184. Peer-reviewed.
Free will and determinism as a function of schizotypy and religiosity
Schrag Y., Armengol J., Tremea A., Makowka O., Sierro G., Mohr C., 2014. dans 17th European Conference on Personality.
Insufficient coping behavior under chronic stress and vulnerability to psychiatric disorders
Mohr C., Braun S., Bridler R., Chmetz F., Delfino J.P., Kluckner V.J., Lott P., Schrag Y., Seifritz E., Stassen H.H., 2014. Psychopathology, 47 (4) pp. 235-243. Peer-reviewed.
Is there a common factor for vision?
Cappe C., Clarke A., Mohr C., Herzog M. H., 2014. Journal of Vision, 14 (8) pp. nn. Peer-reviewed.
Schizotypy and hemispheric asymmetry: results from two Chapman scales, the O-LIFE questionnaire, and two laterality measures
Schofield K., Mohr C., 2014. Laterality, 19 (2) pp. 178-200. Peer-reviewed.
The longitudinal association between social functioning and theory of mind in first episode psychosis
Sullivan S., Lewis G., Mohr C., Herzig D. A., Corcoran R., Drake R., Evans R., 2014/01. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 19 (1) pp. 58-80. Peer-reviewed.
Vulnerabilität und psychische Erkrankung
Stassen H.H., Delfino J.P., Kluckner V.J., Lott P., Mohr C., 2014. Swiss Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, 165 (5) pp. 152-157. Peer-reviewed.
Affect-related synesthesias: A prospective view on their existence, expression and underlying mechanisms
Dael N., Sierro G., Mohr C., 2013/10. Frontiers in Psychology, 4 (754) pp. 1-9. Peer-reviewed.
Cognitive disorganisation and Sex affect visual backward masking: data from patients with schizophrenia, non-affected relatives and healthy controls
Sierro G., Brand A., Chkonia E., Roinishvili M., Herzog M.H., Mohr C., 2013/09., Lemanic Neuroscience dans The 10th Lemanic Neuroscience Annual Meeting.
Visual backward masking performance is modulated by sex and schizotypy.
Sierro G., Cappe C., Herzog M.H., Mohr C., 2013/08., ESCOP dans The 18th Meeting of The European Society for Cognitive Psychology.
Visual backward masking deficits are specific to female observers scoring high on cognitive disorganisation.
Sierro G., Cappe C., Herzog M.H., Mohr C., 2013/07., International Society for the Study of Individual Differences dans ISSID 2013.
Bodily perspective taking goes social: the role of personal, interpersonal, and intercultural factors
Mohr C., Rowe A. C., Kurodawa I., Denby L., Theodoridou A., 2013. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 43 (7) pp. 1369-1381. Peer-reviewed.
Does disbelief in Free Will promote risk-taking behavior? a pilote study combining belief induction and Iowa Gambling Task
Schrag Y., Mohr C., 2013., SPSP dans Society for Personality and Social Psychology.
Does disbelief in Free Will promote risk-taking behavior? A study (n=143) combining belief induction and Iowa Gambling Task
Schrag Y., Mohr C., 2013. dans European Society for Cognitive Psychology.
Inferring about individual drug and schizotypy effects on cognitive functioning in polydrug using mephedrone users before and after clubbing
Herzig D.A., Brooks R., Mohr C., 2013. Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental, 28 (2) pp. 168-182. Peer-reviewed.
Line bisection by eye and by hand reveal opposite biases
Leonards U., Stone S., Mohr C., 2013. Experimental Brain Research, 228 (4) pp. 513-525. Peer-reviewed.
Men perform comparably to women in a perspective taking task after administration of intranasal oxytocin but not after placebo
Theodoridou A., Rowe A.C., Mohr C., 2013. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7 (197) pp. 1-11. Peer-reviewed.
Performance of younger and older adults in lateralized right and left hemisphere asymmetry tasks supports the HAROLD model
Collins K., Mohr C., 2013. Laterality, 18 (4) pp. 491-512. Peer-reviewed.
Put on that colour, it fits your emotion: Colour appropriateness as a function of expressed emotion
Dael N., Perseguers M.-N., Marchand C., Antonietti J.-P., Mohr C., 2013. dans 18th meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Budapest, 29 August - 1 September.
Put on that colour, it fits your emotion: Colour appropriateness as a function of expressed emotion
Dael N., Perseguers M.-N., Marchand C., Antonietti J.-P., Mohr C., 2013. dans 12th International AIC Colour Congress, Newcastle, 8 - 12 July.
Stressing schizotypy: The modulating role of stress-relieving behaviours and intellectual capacity on functional hemispheric asymmetry.
Herzig D.A., Mohr C., 2013. Laterality, 18 (2) pp. 152-178. Peer-reviewed.
Synesthesia in space versus the "mind's eye": How to ask the right questions
Mohr C., 2013. pp. 440-458 dans Simner J., Hubbard E.M. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Synesthesia chap. 22, Oxford University Press.
Theory of mind and social functioning in first episode psychosis
Sullivan S., Herzig D.A., Mohr C., Lewis G., Corcoran R., Drake R., Evans J., 2013. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 18 (3) pp. 219-242. Peer-reviewed.
How perceptual learning shapes perception
Cappe C., Mohr C., Herzog M.H., 2012/09. dans 35th European Conference on Visual Perception (Alghero, Italy).
Sex moderates the relationship between cognitive disorganisation and visual backward masking: potential implications for an endophenotype of schizophrenia
Sierro G., Cappe C., Herzog M., Mohr C., 2012/09., Lemanic Neuroscience dans 9th Lemanic Neuroscience Annual Meeting.
Disentangling the red effects. The importance of emotional arousal and potency in the processing of red
Dael N., Mohr C., 2012/04. dans Colour my Wellbeing - Applied Arts and Health Conference, Northampton.
Facing the inversion effect: do schizotypal and autistic traits contribute differently to the "face(-like) inversion effect"?
Sierro G., Mohr C., 2012/04., Schizophrenia International Research Society dans 3rd Schizophrenia International Research Society Conference.
Representational pseudoneglect and reference points both influence geographic location estimates.
Friedman A., Mohr C., Brugger P., 2012/04. Psychonomic bulletin & review, 19 (2) pp. 277-284. Peer-reviewed.
Visual backward masking deficits in schizotypy
Cappe C., Mohr C., Herzig D.A., Herzog M.H., 2012/04. dans 3rd Biennial Schizophrenia International Research Conference (Florence, Italy). Peer-reviewed.
Cognitive disorganisation in schizotypy is associated with deterioration in visual backward masking.
Cappe C., Herzog M.H., Herzig D.A., Brand A., Mohr C., 2012. Psychiatry Research, 200 (2-3) pp. 652-659. Peer-reviewed.
Does disbelief in Free Will promote risk-taking behavior? a pilote study combining belief induction and Iowa Gambling Task
Schrag Y., Mohr C., 2012., UNIL dans Journée de la Recherche en SSP, Lausanne (Switzerland).
Former eating disorder impairs 3rd person but not 1st person perspective taking. Does dance training help?
Cooper K., Mohr C., 2012. Comprehensive Psychology, 1 p. 7. Peer-reviewed.
Hemispheric asymmetry and theory of mind: Is there an association?
Herzig D.A., Sullivan S., Evans J., Corcoran R., Mohr C., 2012. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 17 (5) pp. 371-396. Peer-reviewed.
Sind außerkörperliche Erfahrungen so außergewöhnlich?
Mohr C., 2012. pp. 97-123 dans Ambach W. (eds.) Experimentelle Psychophysiologie in Grenzgebieten chap. 5, Ergon-Verlag.
The better I feel, the less clingy I feel: Posture, self-esteem, and closeness to attachment figures
Rowe A. C., Parnes C. I. L., Mohr C., 2012. dans International Association for Relationship Research (IARR) meeting in Chicago, USA.
Visual backward masking deficits in schizotypy
Cappe C., Mohr C., Herzig D.A., Herzog M.H., 2012/01. dans 7th Alpine Brain Imaging Meeting (Champéry, Switzerland).
Inversion effect of "old" vs "new" faces, face-like objects, and objects in a healthy student sample
Sierro G., Mohr C., Hadjikhani N., Brandner C., 2011/09., European Society for Cognitive Psychology dans Abstracts, ESCOP 2011.
When the type of motor output matters: Line bisection by eye and by hand reveal opposite bisection biases
Leonards U., Stone S., Yau Y., Mohr C., 2011/08., Abstracts of the 16th European Conference on Eye Movements dans Vitu F., Castet E., Goffart L. (eds.) Journal of Eye Movement Research. Peer-reviewed.
Hemispheric processing of differently valenced and self-relevant attachment words in middle-aged married and separated individuals
Fussell N., Rowe A., Mohr C., 2011/03. Laterality, 11 pp. 1-33. Peer-reviewed.
Schizotypal perceptual aberrations of time: correlation between score, behavior and brain activity.
Arzy S., Mohr C., Molnar-Szakacs I., Blanke O., 2011. Plos One, 6 (1) pp. e16154. Peer-reviewed.
Dopamine, paranormal belief, and the detection of meaningful stimuli
Krummenacher P., Mohr C., Haker H., Brugger P., 2010. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 22 (8) pp. 1670-1681. Peer-reviewed.
Mental imagery for full and upper human bodies: common right hemisphere activations and distinct extrastriate activations.
Blanke O., Ionta S., Fornari E., Mohr C., Maeder P., 2010. Brain Topography, 23 (3) pp. 321-332. Peer-reviewed.
The influence of sex and empathy on putting oneself in the shoes of others
Mohr C., Rowe A. C., Blanke O., 2010. British Journal of Psychology, 101 (2) pp. 277-291. Peer-reviewed.
The influence of tobacco consumption on the relationship between schizotypy and hemispheric asymmetry.
Herzig D.A., Tracy J., Munafò M., Mohr C., 2010. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 41 (4) pp. 397-408. Peer-reviewed.
A novel, illustrated questionnaire to distinguish projector and associator synaesthetes
Skelton R., Ludwig C., Mohr C., 2009. Cortex, 45 (6) pp. 721-729. Peer-reviewed.
A putative implication for fronto-parietal connectivity in out-of-body experiences
Easton S., Blanke O., Mohr C., 2009. Cortex, 45 (2) pp. 216-27. Peer-reviewed.
Out of the body, but not out of mind
Brugger P., Mohr C., 2009. Cortex, 45 (2) pp. 137-140. Peer-reviewed.
Schizotypal personality traits influence idiosyncratic initiation of saccadic face exploration
Leonards U., Mohr C., 2009. Vision Research, 49 (19) pp. 2404-2413. Peer-reviewed.
Adult attachment dimensions, sex, and romantic relationship status: How each predicts scores on the empathy quotient and its subcomponents
Rowe A. C., Mohr C., 2008. dans International Association for Relationship Research (IARR) meeting in Providence Rhode Island, USA.
Hemispheric differences in the processing of attachment words
Mohr C., Rowe A. C., Crawford M. T., 2008. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 30 (4) pp. 471-480. Peer-reviewed.
Schizotypy and pseudoneglect: a critical update on theories of hemispheric asymmetries
Liouta E., Smith A. D., Mohr C., 2008. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 13 (2) pp. 112-134. Peer-reviewed.
The paranormal mind: how the study of anomalous experiences and beliefs may inform cognitive neuroscience
Brugger P., Mohr C., 2008. Cortex, 44 (10) pp. 1291-1298. Peer-reviewed.
Duration and not strength of activation in temporo-parietal cortex positively correlates with schizotypy
Arzy S., Mohr C., Michel C. M., Blanke O., 2007. NeuroImage, 35 (1) pp. 326-333. Peer-reviewed.
Early cortical response to behaviorally relevant absence of anticipated outcomes: a human event-related potential study
Schnider A., Mohr C., Morand S., Michel C. M., 2007. NeuroImage, 35 (3) pp. 1348-1355. Peer-reviewed.
Implicit learning of sequential bias in a guessing task: failure to demonstrate effects of dopamine administration and paranormal belief
Palmer J., Mohr C., Krummenacher P., Brugger P., 2007. Consciousness and Cognition, 16 (2) pp. 498-506. Peer-reviewed.
Metaphor explanation attenuates the right-hand preference for depictive co-speech gestures that imitate actions
Kita S., de Condappa O., Mohr C., 2007. Brain and Language, 101 (3) pp. 185-197. Peer-reviewed.
Psychophysics reveals a right hemispheric contribution to body image distortions in women but not men
Mohr C., Porter G., Benton C. P., 2007. Neuropsychologia, 45 (13) pp. 2942-2950. Peer-reviewed.
Rightward bisection errors for letter lines: the role of semantic information
Mohr C., Leonards U., 2007. Neuropsychologia, 45 (2) pp. 295-304. Peer-reviewed.
Selective memory biases for words reflecting sex-specific body image concerns
Unterhalter G., Farrell S., Mohr C., 2007. Eating Behaviors, 8 (3) pp. 382-389. Peer-reviewed.
Test-retest stability of an experimental measure of human turning behaviour in right-handers, mixed-handers, and left-handers.
Mohr C., Lievesley A., 2007. Laterality, 12 (2) pp. 172-190. Peer-reviewed.
Arm folding, hand clasping, and Luria's concept of "latent left-handedness"
Mohr C., Thut G., Landis T., Brugger P., 2006. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 11 (1) pp. 15-32. Peer-reviewed.
Lateralized semantic priming: modulation by levodopa, semantic distance, and participants' magical beliefs
Mohr C., Landis T., Brugger P., 2006. Neuropsychiatric Disease Treatment, 2 (1) pp. 71-84. Peer-reviewed.
Neural basis of embodiment: distinct contributions of temporoparietal junction and extrastriate body area
Arzy S., Thut G., Mohr C., Michel C. M., Blanke O., 2006. Journal of Neuroscience, 26 (31) pp. 8074-8081. Peer-reviewed.
Olfaction and Memory
Doop M.L., Mohr C., Folley B., Brewer W., Park S., 2006. pp. 65-82 dans Brewer W.J., Castle D., Pantelis C. (eds.) Olfaction and the brain, Cambridge University Press.
Perceptual aberrations impair mental own-body transformations
Mohr C., Blanke O., Brugger P., 2006. Behavioral Neuroscience, 120 (3) pp. 528-534. Peer-reviewed.
Blinking and schizotypal thinking
Mohr C., Sandor P. S., Landis T., Fathi M., Brugger P., 2005. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 19 (5) pp. 513-520. Peer-reviewed.
Brain state-dependent functional hemispheric specialization in men but not in women
Mohr C., Michel C. M., Lantz G., Ortigue S., Viaud-Delmon I., Landis T., 2005. Cerebral Cortex, 15 (9) pp. 1451-1458. Peer-reviewed.
Does contextual information influence positive and negative schizotypy scores in healthy individuals? The answer is maybe
Mohr C., Leonards U., 2005. Psychiatry Research, 136 (2-3) pp. 135-141. Peer-reviewed.
Idiosyncratic exploration strategies for neutral faces - when schizotypy prefers left
Leonards U., Jones H., Mohr C., 2005. pp. 207-208 dans Perception. Peer-reviewed.
Levodopa reverses gait asymmetries related to anhedonia and magical ideation.
Mohr C., Landis T., Bracha H.S., Fathi M., Brugger P., 2005. European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience, 255 (1) pp. 33-39. Peer-reviewed.
Linking out-of-body experience and self processing to mental own-body imagery at the temporoparietal junction
Blanke O., Mohr C., Michel C. M., Pascual-Leone A., Brugger P., Seeck M., Landis T., Thut G., 2005. Journal of Neuroscience, 25 (3) pp. 550-557. Peer-reviewed.
Out-of-body experience, heautoscopy, and autoscopic hallucination of neurological origin Implications for neurocognitive mechanisms of corporeal awareness and self-consciousness
Blanke O., Mohr C., 2005. Brain Research Review, 50 (1) pp. 184-199. Peer-reviewed.
Psychometric schizotypy modulates levodopa effects on lateralized lexical decision performance
Mohr C., Krummenacher P., Landis T., Sandor P. S., Fathi M., Brugger P., 2005. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 39 (3) pp. 241-250. Peer-reviewed.
Synesthesia: when colors count
Knoch D., Gianotti L. R., Mohr C., Brugger P., 2005. Cognitive Brain Research, 25 (1) pp. 372-374. Peer-reviewed.
The demystification of autoscopic phenomena: experimental propositions
Mohr C., Blanke O., 2005. Curr Psychiatry Rep, 7 (3) pp. 189-195. Peer-reviewed.
Electrical neuroimaging reveals early generator modulation to emotional words
Ortigue S., Michel C. M., Murray M. M., Mohr C., Carbonnel S., Landis T., 2004/04. Neuroimage, 21 (4) pp. 1242-51. Peer-reviewed.
Compound measure of hand-foot-eye preference masked opposite turning behavior in healthy right-handers and non-right-handers: technical comment on Mohr et al. (2003)
Mohr C., Bracha H. S., 2004. Behavioral Neuroscience, 118 (5) pp. 1145-1146. Peer-reviewed.
Human side preferences in three different whole-body movement tasks
Mohr C., Brugger P., Bracha H. S., Landis T., Viaud-Delmon I., 2004. Behavioral Brain Research, 151 (1-2) pp. 321-326. Peer-reviewed.
Is digit-color synaesthesia strictly unidirectional? Preliminary evidence for an implicitly colored number space in three synaesthetes
Brugger P., Knoch D., Mohr C., Gianotti L. R., 2004. Acta Neuropsychologica, 2 (3) pp. 252-258. Peer-reviewed.
Nonstereotyped responding in positive schizotypy after a single dose of levodopa
Mohr C., Landis T., Sandor P.S., Fathi M., Brugger P., 2004. Neuropsychopharmacology, 29 (9) pp. 1741-1751. Peer-reviewed.
Hands, arms, and minds: interactions between posture and thought
Mohr C., Thut G., Landis T., Brugger P., 2003. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 25 (7) pp. 1000-1010. Peer-reviewed.
Human locomotion: levodopa keeps you straight
Mohr C., Landis T., Bracha H. S., Fathi M., Brugger P., 2003. Neuroscience Letters, 339 (2) pp. 115-118. Peer-reviewed.
Hyperfamiliarity for unknown faces after left lateral temporo-occipital venous infarction: a double dissociation with prosopagnosia
Vuilleumier P., Mohr C., Valenza N., Wetzel C., Landis T., 2003. Brain, 126 (4) pp. 889-907. Peer-reviewed.
Localisation of "unseen" visual stimuli: Blindsight in normal observers?
Schärli H., Brugger P., Regard M., Mohr C., Landis T., 2003. Swiss Journal of Psychology, 62 (3) pp. 159-165. Peer-reviewed.
Magical ideation modulates spatial behavior
Mohr C., Bracha H.S., Brugger P., 2003. Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, 15 (2) pp. 168-74. Peer-reviewed.
Opposite turning behavior in right-handers and non-right-handers suggests a link between handedness and cerebral dopamine asymmetries
Mohr C., Landis T., Bracha H.S., Brugger P., 2003. Behavioral Neuroscience, 117 (6) pp. 1448-1452. Peer-reviewed.
Conditioning the pecking motions of pigeons
Hörster W., Krumm E., Mohr C., Delius J. D., 2002. Behavioural Processes, 58 (1-2) pp. 27-43. Peer-reviewed.
Deviant olfactory experiences, magical ideation, and olfactory sensitivity: a study with healthy German and Japanese subjects
Mohr C., Hubener F., Laska M., 2002. Psychiatry Research, 111 (1) pp. 21-33. Peer-reviewed.
Motor control and cerebral hemispheric specialization in highly qualified judo wrestlers
Mikheev M., Mohr C., Afanasiev S., Landis T., Thut G., 2002. Neuropsychologia, 40 (8) pp. 1209-1219. Peer-reviewed.
Associations to smell are more pleasant than to sound
Mohr C., Rohrenbach C. M., Landis T., Regard M., 2001. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 23 (4) pp. 484-489. Peer-reviewed.
Associative processing and paranormal belief
Gianotti L. R., Mohr C., Pizzagalli D., Lehmann D., Brugger P., 2001. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, 55 (6) pp. 595-603. Peer-reviewed.
Loose but normal: a semantic association study
Mohr C., Graves R. E., Gianotti L. R., Pizzagalli D., Brugger P., 2001. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 30 (5) pp. 475-483. Peer-reviewed.
Unilateral olfactory perception and magical ideation
Mohr C., Rohrenbach C. M., Laska M., Brugger P., 2001. Schizophrenia Research, 47 (2-3) pp. 255-264. Peer-reviewed.
Unicentre - CH-1015 Lausanne
Tél. +41 21 692 11 11
Fax. +41 21 692 26 15
Swiss University