Jürgen Hennig

University of Giessen, Germany, Gießen, Hessen, Germany 
Personality psychology, neurobiology of personality, psychoneuroimmunology
"Jürgen Hennig"
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Mueller EM, Burgdorf C, Chavanon ML, et al. (2014) The COMT Val158Met polymorphism regulates the effect of a dopamine antagonist on the feedback-related negativity. Psychophysiology. 51: 805-9
Kirsch P, Reuter M, Mier D, et al. (2006) Imaging gene-substance interactions: the effect of the DRD2 TaqIA polymorphism and the dopamine agonist bromocriptine on the brain activation during the anticipation of reward. Neuroscience Letters. 405: 196-201
Wacker J, Reuter M, Hennig J, et al. (2005) Sexually dimorphic link between dopamine D2 receptor gene and neuroticism-anxiety. Neuroreport. 16: 611-614
Reuter M, Hennig J. (2003) Cortisol as an indicator of dopaminergic effects on nicotine craving. Human Psychopharmacology-Clinical and Experimental. 18: 437-446
Hennig J, Netter P, Voigt K. (2000) Mechanisms of changes in lymphocyte numbers after psychological stress. Zeitschrift Fã¼R Rheumatologie. 59: II/43-8
Hennig J, Toll C, Schonlau P, et al. (2000) Endocrine responses after d-fenfluramine and ipsapirone challenge: further support for Cloninger's tridimensional model of personality. Neuropsychobiology. 41: 38-47
Netter P, Hennig J, Rohrmann S. (1999) Psychobiological differences between the aggression and psychoticism dimension. Pharmacopsychiatry. 32: 5-12
Hennig J, Kroeger A, Meyer B, et al. (1998) Personality correlates of +/- pindolol induced decreases in prolactin. Pharmacopsychiatry. 31: 19-24
Netter P, Hennig J, Rohrmann S, et al. (1998) Modification of experimentally induced aggression by temperament dimensions Personality and Individual Differences. 25: 873-887
Hennig J, Becker H, Netter P. (1996) 5-HT agonist-induced changes in peripheral immune cells in healthy volunteers: the impact of personality. Behavioural Brain Research. 73: 359-63
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