B07: Publications


  1. Kuhn M, Mertens G, Lonsdorf TB (2016)
    State anxiety modulates the  return of fear. International Journal of Psychophysiology (in press)
  2. Scharfenort R, Menz MM, Lonsdorf TB (2016)
    Adversity-induced relapse of fear - Neural Mechanisms and implications for relapse prevention from a study on experimentally induced return- of- fear following fear conditioning and extinction. Translational Psychiatry (in press)


  1. Lonsdorf TB, Baas, JMP (2015)
    Genetics in experimental psychopathology: From laboratory models to clinical applications. Where do we go from here? Psychopathology Review doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5127/pr.037915
  2. Kuhn M, Scharfenort R, Schümann D, Schiele M, Münsterkötter AL, Deckert J, Domschke K, Haaker J, Kalisch R, Pauli P, Reif A, Romanos M, Zwanzger P, Lonsdorf TB (2015)
    Mismatch or allostatic load? Timing of life-adversity differentially shapes gray matter volume and anxious-temperament. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci. 11(5):803-12.
  3. Scharfenort R, Lonsdorf TB (2015)
    Neural correlates of and processes underlying generalized and differential return of fear. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci. 11(4):612-20.


  1. Haaker J, Golkar  A, Hermans D, Lonsdorf TB (2014)
    A review on human reinstatement studies: An overview and methodological challenges. Learn Mem, 21(9):424-440.


  1. Lindstedt F, Lonsdorf TB, Schalling M, Kosek E, Ingvar M (2011) Perception of Thermal Pain and the Thermal Grill Illusion is Associated with Polymorphisms in the Serotonin Transporter Gene. PLoS ONE, 6(3):e17752.
  2. Lonsdorf TB, Golkar A, Lindstöm KM, Fransson P, Schalling M, Ohman A, Ingvar M. (2011) 5-HTTLPR and COMTval158met genotype gate amygdala reactivity and habituation. Biol Psychol 87: 106-112.


  1. Lonsdorf TB, Weike A, Golkar A, et al. (2010) Amygdala-Dependent Fear Conditioning in Humans is Modulated by the BDNFval66met Polymorphism. Behav Neurosci 124: 9–15.
  2. Lonsdorf TB, Rück C, Bergström J, Andersson G, Ohman A, Lindefors N, Schalling M (2010) The COMTval158met polymorphism is associated with symptom relief during exposure-based cognitive-behavioral treatment in panic disorder. BMC Psychiatry 10: 99.


  1. Lonsdorf TB, Rück C, Bergström J, Andersson G, Ohman A, Schalling M, Lindefors N (2009) The symptomatic profile of panic disorder is shaped by the 5-HTTLPR polymorphism. Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry 33:  1479–1483.
  2. Lonsdorf TB, Weike AI, Nikamo P, Schalling M, Hamm AO, Ohman A (2009) Genetic Gating of Human Fear Learning and Extinction: Possible Implications for Gene-Environment Interaction in Anxiety Disorder. Psych Science 20: 198–206.
  3. Kosek E, Jensen KB, Lonsdorf TB, Schalling M, Ingvar M. (2009) Genetic variation in the serotonin transporter gene (5-HTTLPR, rs25531) influence the analgesic response to the short acting opioid Remifentanil in humans. Mol Pain 5: 37.