Markus Rütgen
Markus Rütgen
Social, Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience Unit, Faculty of Psychology, University of Vienna
Verified email at univie.ac.at
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Placebo analgesia and its opioidergic regulation suggest that empathy for pain is grounded in self pain
M Rütgen, EM Seidel, G Silani, I Riečanský, A Hummer, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (41), E5638-E5646, 2015
1352015
Imaging empathy and prosocial emotions
C Lamm, M Rütgen, IC Wagner
Neuroscience letters 693, 49-53, 2019
802019
Reduction of empathy for pain by placebo analgesia suggests functional equivalence of empathy and first-hand emotion experience
M Rütgen, EM Seidel, I Riečanský, C Lamm
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (23), 8938-8947, 2015
792015
Placebo effects on the neurologic pain signature: a meta-analysis of individual participant functional magnetic resonance imaging data
M Zunhammer, U Bingel, TD Wager, Placebo Imaging Consortium
JAMA neurology 75 (11), 1321-1330, 2018
722018
Are we really measuring empathy? Proposal for a new measurement framework
MP Coll, E Viding, M Rütgen, G Silani, C Lamm, C Catmur, G Bird
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 83, 132-139, 2017
592017
Psychopharmacological modulation of event-related potentials suggests that first-hand pain and empathy for pain rely on similar opioidergic processes
M Rütgen, EM Seidel, C Pletti, I Riečanský, A Gartus, C Eisenegger, ...
Neuropsychologia 116, 5-14, 2018
212018
Antidepressant treatment, not depression, leads to reductions in behavioral and neural responses to pain empathy
M Rütgen, C Pletti, M Tik, C Kraus, DM Pfabigan, R Sladky, M Klöbl, ...
Translational psychiatry 9 (1), 1-13, 2019
72019
Pattern similarity and connectivity of hippocampal-neocortical regions support empathy for pain
IC Wagner, M Rütgen, C Lamm
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 15 (3), 273-284, 2020
42020
Another's pain in my brain: No evidence that placebo analgesia affects the sensory-discriminative component in empathy for pain
H Hartmann, M Rütgen, F Riva, C Lamm
NeuroImage 224, 117397, 2021
12021
Placebo-induced pain reduction is associated with negative coupling between brain networks at rest
IC Wagner, M Rütgen, A Hummer, C Windischberger, C Lamm
NeuroImage 219, 117024, 2020
12020
Beyond sharing unpleasant affect-evidence for pain-specific opioidergic modulation of empathy for pain
M Rütgen, EM Wirth, I Riecansky, A Hummer, C Windischberger, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
12020
Pharmacological fMRI provides evidence for opioidergic modulation of discrimination of facial pain expressions
Y Zhao, M Rütgen, L Zhang, C Lamm
PsyArXiv, 2020
12020
The administration of the opioid buprenorphine decreases neural correlates of motivational error signals
DM Pfabigan, M Rütgen, SL Kroll, I Riečanský, C Lamm
PsyArXiv, 2020
2020
Detached empathic experience of others’ pain in remitted states of depression–an fMRI study
M Rütgen, DM Pfabigan, M Tik, C Kraus, C Pletti, R Sladky, M Klöbl, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
2020
Placebo analgesia does not reduce empathy for naturalistic depictions of others' pain in a somatosensory specific way
H Hartmann, F Riva, M Ruetgen, C Lamm
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
Placebo-induced pain reduction is associated with inverse network coupling at rest
IC Wagner, M Rütgen, A Hummer, C Windischberger, C Lamm
bioRxiv, 735563, 2019
2019
PHARMACO-EEG REVEALS NEW INSIGHTS ABOUT SHARED NEURAL REPRESENTATIONS OF FIRST-HAND PAIN AND EMPATHY FOR PAIN
M Ruetgen, EM Seidel, C Pletti, I Riecansky, A Gartus, C Eisenegger, ...
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 54, S50-S50, 2017
2017
Preprint of imaging empathy and prosocial emotions
C Lamm, M Rütgen, IC Wagner
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