Dr. rer. nat. Insa Schlossmacher

Von-Esmarch-Str. 52
D-48149 Muenster

phone:   +49 (0) 251 / 83 - 52 785
fax:   +49 (0) 251 / 83 - 55 494


Papers in peer-reviewed journals

  1. Schlossmacher, I.*, Dellert, T.*, Bruchmann, M., & Straube, T. (2021). Dissociating neural correlates of consciousness and task relevance during auditory processing. NeuroImage, 228, 117712. doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2020.117712
  2. Schlossmacher, I., Dellert, T., Pitts, M., Bruchmann, M., & Straube, T. (2020). Differential effects of awareness and task relevance on early and late ERPs in a no-report visual oddball paradigm. Journal of Neuroscience, 40(14), 2906-2913. doi.org/10.1523/JNEUROSCI.2077-19.2020
  3. Holtmann, O.*, Schlossmacher, I.*, Moenig, C.*, Johnen, A., Rutter, L.-M., Tenberge, J.-G., ..., Melzer, N.*, & Straube, T.* (2018). Amygdala enlargement and emotional responses in (autoimmune) temporal lobe epilepsy. Scientific Reports, 8(1), 9561. doi.org/10.1038/s41598-018-27914-z
  4. Müller-Bardorff, M., Bruchmann, M., Mothes-Lasch, M., Zwitserlood, P., Schlossmacher, I., Hofmann, D., ..., & Straube, T. (2018). Early brain responses to affective faces: A simultaneous EEG-fMRI study. NeuroImage, 178, 660–667. doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2018.05.081
  5. Schlossmacher, I., Junghöfer, M., Straube, T., & Bruchmann, M. (2017). No differential effects to facial expressions under continuous flash suppression: An event-related potentials study. NeuroImage, 163(Supplement C), 276–285. doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2017.09.034

* contributing equally

Conference contributions

  1. Schlossmacher, I., Bruchmann, M., & Straube, T. (2019). Facial Expressions under Continuous Flash Suppression: Probing a Two-Threshold Model of Nonconscious Processing. Talk at the 45th Annual Meeting "Psychologie und Gehirn", Dresden, Germany.
  2. Schlossmacher, I., Roth-Paysen, M.-L., Bruchmann, M., & Straube, T. (2019). Impaired Emotional Processing in Limbic Encephalitis – Autonomic, Behavioral and Brain Responses. Talk at the 59th Annual Meeting of the "Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR)", Washington D.C., USA.