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Dr Reiner Sprengelmeyer

Dr Reiner Sprengelmeyer
Psychology, St Mary's College
University of St Andrews
South Street
St Andrews
KY16 9JP
Fife
UK

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School of Psychology and Neuroscience
Institute of Behavioural and Neural Sciences
IBANS Human Cognition

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I am a clinical neuropsychologist and trained fine artist. My scientific interest is in the field of clinical and cognitive human neuropsychology and neuropsychiatry, with emphasis on neuropsychological deficits associated with basal ganglia disorders (Parkinson’s and Huntington’s disease) as well as neuropsychiatric disorders (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, Autism, Depression and Schizophrenia).



Main focus of research is the neural substrate of facial expression recognition, and other aspects of social cognition, such as cuteness, trustworthiness, and dominance. Previous work includes the FEEST, a neuropsychological test which aims to assess deficits in emotion recognition in people suffering from brain damage.

 


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A causal role for the anterior mid-cingulate cortex in negative affect and cognitive control S. Tolomeo, D. Christmas, Ines Jentzsch, B. Johnston, Reiner Heinrich Sprengelmeyer, K. Matthews, J.D. Steele
Brain 2016 vol. 139 pp. 1844-1854
The neuropsychology of first impressions Reiner Heinrich Sprengelmeyer, Andrew W. Young, Eva-Maria Baldas, Iris Ratheiser, Clare A. M. Sutherland, Hans-Peter Müller , Georg Grön, Sigurd D. Süssmuth, G. Bernhard Landwehrmeyer, Michael Orth
Cortex 2016 vol. 85 pp. 100-115
Longitudinal diffusion tensor imaging shows progressive changes in white matter in Huntington’s disease Sarah Gregory, James H. Cole, Ruth E. Farmer, Elin M. Rees, Raymond A. C. Roos, Reiner Heinrich Sprengelmeyer, Alexandra Duerr, Bernhard Landwehrmeyer, Hui Zhang, Rachel I. Scahill, Sarah J. Tabrizi, Chris Frost, Nicola Z. Hobbs
Journal of Huntington's Disease 2015 vol. 4 pp. 333-346
Short-interval observational data to inform clinical trial design in early Huntington’s Disease Nicola Z. Hobbs, Ruth E. Farmer, Elin M. Rees, James H. Cole, Salman Haider, Ian B Malone, Reiner Heinrich Sprengelmeyer, Hans Johnson, Hans-Peter Mueller, Sigurd D. Sussmuth, Raymund A.C. Roos, Alexandra Durr, Chris Frost, Rachael I. Scahill, Bernhard Landwehrmeyer, Sarah J Tabrizi
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry 2015
Altered amygdala connectivity with the social brain in schizophrenia. Mukherjee Prerona, Heather C Whalley, James W McKirdy, Reiner Heinrich Sprengelmeyer, Andrew W Young, Andrew M McIntosh, Stephen M Lawry, Jeremy Hall
Schizophrenia Bulletin 2014 vol. 40 pp. 152-160