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Schuwerk, T., Priewasser, B., Sodian, B., & Perner, J. (in press). The Robustness and Generalizability of Findings on Spontaneous False Belief Sensitivity. A Replication attempt. Royal Society Open Science.

Schuwerk, T. (2018). Autismus und soziale Interaktion im Alltag: neue Forschungswege [Autism and social interaction in everyday life: new research avenues]. Persönlichkeitsstörungen: Theorie und Therapie, 22, 72-84.

Sommer, M., Döhnel, K., Jarvers, I., Blaas, L., Singer, M., Nöth, V., Schuwerk, T., & Rupprecht, R. (2018). False Belief Reasoning in Adults with and without Autistic Spectrum Disorder: Similarities and Differences. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 183.

Schuwerk, T., & Paulus, M. (2018). Action Prediction in Autism. In F. R. Volkmar (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders. New York, NY: Springer New York.

Paulus, M., Schuwerk, T., Sodian, B., Ganglmayer, K. (2017). Children's and adults' use of verbal information to visually anticipate others' actions: A study on explicit and implicit social-cognitive processing. Cognition, 160, 145-152.

Schuwerk, T., Schurz, M., Müller, F., Rupprecht, R., & Sommer, M. (2017). The rTPJ’s Overarching Cognitive Function in Networks for Attention and Theory of Mind. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 12(1), 157-168.

Schuwerk, T., Sodian, B., & Paulus, M. (2016). Cognitive Mechanisms Underlying Action Prediction in Children and Adults with Autism Spectrum Condition. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 46(12), 3623-3639.

Döhnel, K., Schuwerk, T., Sodian, B., Hajak, G., Rupprecht, R., & Sommer, M. (2016). An fMRI study on the comparison of different types of false belief reasoning: False belief-based emotion and behaviour attribution. Social Neuroscience, (advance online publication).

Schuwerk, T., Jarvers, I., Vuori, M., & Sodian, B. (2016). Implicit mentalizing persists beyond early childhood and is profoundly impaired in children with autism spectrum conditions, Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1696.

Aldaqre, I., Schuwerk, T., Daum, M., Paulus, M., & Sodian, B. (2016). Sensitivity to communicative and non- communicative gestures in adolescents and adults with autism spectrum disorder. Experimental Brain Research, 234, 2515-2527.

Schuwerk, T., & Paulus, M. (2016). Preschoolers, Adolescents, and Adults Visually Anticipate an Agent's Efficient Action; But Only After Having Learned to Make Use of Frequency Information. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 69(4), 800-816.

Sodian, B., Schuwerk, T., & Kristen, S. (2015). Implicit and Spontaneous Theory of Mind Reasoning in Autism Spectrum Disorders. in M. Fitzgerald (Ed.), Autism. Rijeka: InTech.

Schuwerk, T., Vuori, M., & Sodian, B. (2015). Implicit and explicit Theory of Mind reasoning in autism spectrum disorders: The impact of experience. Autism, 19(4), 459-468.

Schuwerk T., Langguth B., & Sommer, M. (2014). Modulating functional and dysfunctional mentalizing by transcranial magnetic stimulation. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1190.

Schuwerk, T., Schecklmann, M., Langguth, B., Döhnel, K., Sodian, B., and Sommer, M. (2014). Inhibiting the posterior medial prefrontal cortex by rTMS decreases the discrepancy between self and other in Theory of Mind reasoning. Behavioral Brain Research, 274, 312-318.

Schuwerk, T., Döhnel, K., Sodian, B., Keck, I.R., Rupprecht, R., and Sommer, M. (2014). Functional Activity and Effective Connectivity of the Posterior Medial Prefrontal Cortex during Processing of Incongruent Mental States. Human Brain Mapping, 35, 2950-2965.

Döhnel, K., Schuwerk, T., Meinhardt, J., Sodian, B., Hajak, G., & Sommer, M. (2012). Functional activity of the right temporo-parietal junction and of the medial prefrontal cortex associated with true and false belief-based behaviour attribution. Neuroimage, 60, 1652-1661.

Sommer, M., Döhnel, K., Schuwerk, T., & Hajak, G. (2012). Funktionell-neuroanatomische Grundlagen der Theory of Mind. in Förstl H. (Ed.), Theory of Mind: Neurobiologie und Psychologie sozialen Verhaltens (2. Auflage). Berlin: Springer.