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Quarreling after a sleepless night: preliminary evidence of the impact of sleep deprivation on interpersonal conflict Cernadas Curotto, Patricia; Sterpenich, Virginie; Sander, David; Favez, Nicolas; ... Klimecki-Lenz, Olga Maria 2021
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Suppressing the morning cortisol rise after memory reactivation at 4 a.m. enhances episodic memory reconsolidation in humans Antypa, Argyro-Despoina; Perrault, Aurore; Vuilleumier, Patrik; Schwartz, Sophie; Rimmele, Ulrike 2021
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The relation of low cognitive abilities to low well-being in old age is attenuated in individuals with greater cognitive reserve and greater social capital accumulated over the life course Ihle, Andreas; Oris, Michel; Sauter, Julia; Spini, Dario; ... Kliegel, Matthias 2020
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The longitudinal relationship of perceived stress predicting subsequent decline in executive functioning in old age is attenuated in individuals with greater cognitive reserve Ihle, Andreas; Rimmele, Ulrike; Oris, Michel; Maurer, Jürgen; Kliegel, Matthias 2020
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Suppressing but not intensifying emotion decreases arousal and subjective sense of recollection Antypa, Argyro-Despoina; Vuilleumier, Patrik; Rimmele, Ulrike 2019
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Stress and prospective memory: what is the role of cortisol? Ballhausen, Nicola; Kliegel, Matthias; Rimmele, Ulrike 2019
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Better memory for intrinsic versus extrinsic details underlies the enhanced recollective experience of negative events Mihaylova, Mariela; Vuilleumier, Patrik; Rimmele, Ulrike 2019
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Cortisol suppression after memory reactivation impairs later memory performance Antypa, Argyro-Despoina; Rodrigues Cabrita, David; Vuilleumier, Patrik; Rimmele, Ulrike 2019
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Suppressing cortisol at encoding reduces the emotional enhancement in subjective sense of recollection Antypa, Argyro-Despoina; Vuilleumier, Patrik; Rimmele, Ulrike 2018
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Cognitive reserve and social capital accrued in early and midlife moderate the relation of psychological stress to cognitive performance in old age Ihle, Andreas; Oris, Michel; Sauter, Julia; Rimmele, Ulrike; Kliegel, Matthias 2018
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Emotional brain states carry over and enhance future memory formation Tambini, Arielle; Rimmele, Ulrike; Phelps, Elizabeth A; Davachi, Lila 2017
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Beta-adrenergic Blockade at Memory Encoding, but Not Retrieval, Decreases the Subjective Sense of Recollection Rimmele, Ulrike; Lackovic, Sandra F.; Tobe, Russell H.; Leventhal, Bennett L.; Phelps, Elizabeth A. 2016
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Sleep, Sleep Alterations, Stress—Combined Effects on Memory? Rimmele, Ulrike; Tambini, Arielle 2015
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Emotional memory can be persistently weakened by suppressing cortisol during retrieval Rimmele, Ulrike; Besedovsky, Luciana; Lange, Tanja; Born, Jan 2015
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Blocking mineralocorticoid receptors impairs, blocking glucocorticoid receptors enhances memory retrieval in humans Rimmele, Ulrike; Besedovsky, Luciana; Lange, Tanja; Born, Jan 2013
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Stress increases the feeling of being looked at Rimmele, Ulrike; Lobmaier, Janek S 2012
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Memory for time and place contributes to enhanced confidence in memories for emotional events Rimmele, Ulrike; Davachi, Lila; Phelps, Elizabeth A 2012
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Emotion enhances the subjective feeling of remembering, despite lower accuracy for contextual details Rimmele, Ulrike; Davachi, Lila; Petrov, Radoslav; Dougal, Sonya; Phelps, Elizabeth A 2011