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Professor Markus Hausmann

Professor in the Department of Psychology
Telephone: +44 (0) 191 33 43286
Room number: L53
Telephone: 0191 33 43286

Contact Professor Markus Hausmann (email at markus.hausmann@durham.ac.uk)

Biography

1996 Diploma in Psychology (Dipl. Psych.)
2000 PhD in Psychology (Dr. rer. nat.)
2006 Habilitation, Venia legendi in Cognitive Neuroscience.

Markus joined Durham University (UK) in April 2007. Prior to this he held positions at the Ruhr-University Bochum (Germany), University of Auckland (New Zealand) and Marmara University Istanbul (Turkey). Markus’ research covers the full range of topics that comprise biological and neuropsychology, from spatial cognition to attention, from neuroendocrinology to social cognition. He has made a particular contribution to the understanding of hormonal modulation of cognition and functional brain organisation by proposing and developing the “hypothesis of progesterone-mediated interhemispheric decoupling”, the idea that sex hormones modulate the interaction between the left and right cerebral hemispheres. More recently he proposed and developed a biopsychosocial approach of cognitive sex/gender differences. This work has been published in over 100 academic papers, in journals such as Archives of Sexual Behavior, Cortex, Hormones & Behavior, Journal of Neuroscience, Neuropsychologia, Neuroimage, Psychoneuroendocrinology, and Intelligence. Markus is committed to supporting and shaping the future of psychological science and has held roles as panel member and grant reviewer for funding bodies, including international research councils in Austria (ÖAW), Belgium (FNRS, FWO), Germany (DFG), Israel (ISF), Ireland (SFI), The Netherlands (NWO), Switzerland (SNF), and the UK (British Academy, ESRC, MRC, Welcome Trust). He is currently Action Editor at Brain & Cognition and became Editor at Laterality in 2019.

Research Groups

Department of Psychology

Research Interests

  • A biopsychosocial approach to cognitive sex differences
  • Neuromodulatory properties of sex hormones
  • Hemispheric asymmetries and interhemispheric interaction
  • Spatial attention and spatial cognition
  • Social cognition
  • Emotional face recognition

Teaching Areas

  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Classic Papers
  • Cognitive Neuropsychology
  • Contemporary and Conceptual Issues in Psychology
  • Introduction to Intelligence

Selected Publications

Edited book

  • Lautenbacher, S., Güntürkün, O. & Hausmann, M. (2007). Gehirn und Geschlecht – Neurowissenschaft des kleines Unterschieds zwischen Frau und Mann. Heidelberg: Springer Science.

Edited Journal

  • Hausmann, M. & Schober, B. (2012). Sex and Gender Differences Revisited - New Perspectives and New Findings. Zeitschrift für Psychologie (Journal of Psychology), 220 (2).

Chapter in book

  • Hodgetts, S. & Hausmann, M. (2020). Sex/Gender Differences in the Human Brain. In Reference Module in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Psychology. Elsevier. 1-10.
  • Hausmann, M. & Burt, D. M. (2018). Sex hormonal effects on brain lateralization. In Routledge International Handbook of Social Neuroendocrinology. Schultheiss, C. & Mehta, P. H. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. 357-370.
  • Hausmann, M. (2011). Sex oder Gender? Neurobiologie kognitiver Geschlechtsunterschiede. In Wissenschaft und Gender. Gottfried, M., Neck, R. & Spiel, C. Vienna: Böhlau. 55-79.
  • Hirnstein, M. & Hausmann, M. (2010). Kognitive Geschlechtsunterschiede. In Handbuch Psychologie und Geschlechterforschung. Steins, G. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag fuer Sozialwissenschaften. 69-85.
  • Hausmann, M. & Bayer, U. (2010). Sex hormonal Effects on Hemispheric Asymmetry and Interhemispheric Interaction. In The Two Halves of the Brain. Information Processing in the Cerebral Hemispheres. Hugdahl, K. & Westerhausen, R. MIT press. 253-286.
  • Jordan, K. & Hausmann, M. (2010). Sexualhormone und Verhalten. In Neurobiologie forensich-relevanter Störungen. Müller, J. Stuttgart: Kohlhammer. 118-126.
  • Hausmann, M. (2008). Geschlecht, Sexualhormone und Hirnasymmetrie. In Handbuch der Neuro- und Biopsychologie. Hermann, M. & Gauggel, S. Göttingen: Hogrefe. 287-302.
  • Güntürkün, O. & Hausmann, M. (2007). Funktionelle Hirnorganisation und Geschlecht. In Gehirn und Geschlechts – Neurowissenschaft des kleinen Unterschieds zwischen Frau und Mann. Lautenbacher, S., Güntürkün, O. & Hausmann, M. Heidelberg: Springer Science. 87-104.
  • Hausmann, M. (2007). Kognitive Geschlechtsunterschiede. In Gehirn und Geschlecht – Neurowissenschaft des kleinen Unterschieds zwischen Frau und Mann. Lautenbacher, S., Hausmann, M. & Güntürkün, O. Heidelberg: Springer Science. 105-124.
  • Hausmann, M. (2005). Hirnstrukturelle und hirnphysiologische Besonderheiten der Frau. In Frauengesundheit - Ein praktischer Leitfaden für Ärzte und Psychotherapeuten. Riecher-Rössler, A. & Bitzer, J. München: Urban & Fischer. 62-71.
  • Hausmann, M. & Sänger, J. (2004). Wie Sexualhormone unser Denken beeinflussen. In Warum Frauen glauben, Sie könnten nicht einparken und Männer ihnen Recht geben - Über Schwächen, die gar keine sind. Eine Antwort auf A. & B. Pease. Quaiser-Pohl, C. & Jordan, K. München: Verlag C. H. Beck. 56-70.
  • Hausmann, M. (2001). Variationen der funktionellen cerebralen Asymmetrie: Modulation durch gonadale Steroidhormone. In Psychologie 2000, Bericht über den 42. Kongreß der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie in Jena 2000. Silbereisen, R. K. & Reitzle, M. Lengerich: Pabst Science Publishers. 587-593.
  • Hausmann, M. (2000). Geschlechtsspezifische Aspekte der funktionellen zerebralen Asymmetrie und deren Relevanz für die Psychiatrie. In Psychische Erkrankungen bei Frauen. Riecher-Rössler, A. & Rohde, A. Basel, Switzerland: S. Karger. 122-135.
  • Hausmann, M. & Güntürkün, O. (2000). Plastizität cerebraler Asymmetrien. In Aktuelle Aspekte der Neurorehabilitation. Daum, I. & Widdig, W. Lengerich: Pabst Science Publishers. 12-30.

Journal Article

  • Grimshaw, G., Hausmann, M. & Rogers, L. (2020). A new roadmap for Laterality: Asymmetries of brain, behaviour, and cognition. Laterality 25(1): 1-4.
  • Hodgetts, S. & Hausmann, M. (2020). Antipsychotic effects of sex hormones and atypical hemispheric asymmetries. Cortex 127: 313-332.
  • Moe, A., Hausmann, M. & Hirnstein, M. (2020). Gender Stereotypes and Incremental Beliefs in STEM and non-STEM Students in Three Countries. Relationships with Performance in Cognitive Tasks. Psychological Research
  • Hausmann, M. (2020). Sex/gender differences in brain activity - It's time for a biopsychosocial approach to cognitive neuroscience. Cognitive Neuroscience
  • Weber, S., Hausmann, M., Kane, P. & Weis, S. (2020). The relationship between language ability and brain activity across language processes and modalities. Neuropsychologia 146: 107536.
  • Hirnstein, M., Hugdahl, K. & Hausmann, M. (2019). Cognitive sex differences and hemispheric asymmetry: A critical review of 40 years of research. Laterality 24(2): 204-252.
  • Burt, D.M. & Hausmann, M. (2019). Hemispheric Asymmetries in Categorical Facial Expression Perception. Emotion 19(4): 584-592.
  • Hausmann, M., Brysbaert, M., Van der Haegen, L., Lewald, J., Specht, K., Hirnstein, M., Willemin, J., Barton, J., Buchilly, D., Chmetz, F., Roch, M., Brederoo, S., Dael, N. & Mohr, C. (2019). Language lateralisation measured across linguistic and national boundaries. Cortex 111: 134-147.
  • Hausmann, M., Bobby, R. I., Birch, Y. K. & Kentridge, R. W. (2019). Laterality and (in)visibility in emotional face perception: Manipulations in spatial frequency content. Emotion
  • Weis, S., Hodgetts, S. & Hausmann, M. (2019). Sex differences and menstrual cycle effects in cognitive and sensory resting state networks. Brain and Cognition 131: 66-73.
  • Hausmann, M. (2019). Variations of hemispheric functional segregation in the laterality spectrum Comment on "Phenotypes in hemispheric functional segregation? Perspectives and challenges" by Guy Vingerhoets. Physics of Life Reviews 30: 27-29.
  • Alba-Ferrara, L., Kochen, S. & Hausmann, M. (2018). Emotional prosody processing in epilepsy: Some insights on brain reorganization. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 12: 92.
  • Hjelmervik, H., Hausmann, M., Craven, A. R., Hirnstein, M., Hugdahl, K. & Specht, K. (2018). Sex- and sex hormone-related variations in energy-metabolic frontal brain asymmetries: A magnetic resonance spectroscopy study. Neuroimage 172: 817-825.
  • Hodgetts, Sophie & Hausmann, Markus (2018). The Neuromodulatory Effects of Sex Hormones on Functional Cerebral Asymmetries and Cognitive Control. Zeitschrift für Neuropsychologie 29(3): 127-139.
  • Hodgetts, S., Weis, S. & Hausmann, M. (2017). Estradiol-related variations in top-down and bottom-up processes of cerebral lateralization. Neuropsychology 31(3): 319-327.
  • Hausmann, M. (2017). Why sex hormones matter for neuroscience: A very short review on sex, sex hormones, and functional brain asymmetries. Journal of Neuroscience Research 95(1-2): 40-49.
  • Innes, R. B., Burt, D. M., Birch, Y. K. & Hausmann, M. (2016). A leftward bias however you look at it: revisiting the emotional chimeric face task as a tool for measuring emotion lateralization. Laterality 21(4-6): 643-661.
  • Hausmann, M., Hodgetts, S. & Eerola, T. (2016). Music-induced changes in functional cerebral asymmetries. Brain and Cognition 104: 58-71.
  • Kranczioch, C., Lindig, A. & Hausmann, M. (2016). Sex hormones modulate neurophysiological correlates of visual temporal attention. Neuropsychologia 91: 86-98.
  • Willemin, J., Hausmann, M., Brysbaert, M., Dael, N., Chmetz, F., Fioravera, A., Gieruc, K. & Mohr, C. (2016). Stability of right visual field advantage in an international lateralized lexical decision task irrespective of participants’ sex, handedness or bilingualism. Laterality 21(4-6): 502-524.
  • Hodgetts, Sophie, Hausmann, Markus & Weis, Susanne (2015). High estradiol levels improve false memory rates and meta-memory in highly schizotypal women. Psychiatry Research 229(3): 708-714.
  • Hodgetts, S., Weis, S. & Hausmann, M. (2015). Sex hormones affect language lateralisation but not cognitive control in normally cycling women. Hormones and Behavior 74: 194-200.
  • Hjelmervik, H., Westerhausen, R., Hirnstein, M., Specht, K. & Hausmann, M. (2015). The neuronal correlates of sex differences in left-right confusion. Neuroimage 113: 196-206.
  • Hausmann, M. (2014). Arts versus science - Academic background implicitly activates gender stereotypes on cognitive abilities with threat raising men's (but lowering women's) performance. Intelligence 46: 235-245.
  • Najt, P. & Hausmann, M. (2014). Atypical right hemispheric functioning in the euthymic state of bipolar affective disorder. Psychiatry Research 220(1-2): 315-321.
  • Hirnstein, M., Andrews, L. C. & Hausmann, M. (2014). Gender-stereotyping and cognitive sex differences in mixed- and same-gender groups. Archives of Sexual Behavior 43(8): 1663-1673.
  • Hirnstein, M., Hugdahl, K. & Hausmann, M. (2014). How brain asymmetry relates to performance – a large scale dichotic listening study. Frontiers in Psychology 4: 997.
  • Thimm, M., Weis, S., Hausmann, M. & Sturm, W. (2014). Menstrual cycle effects on selective attention and its underlying cortical networks. Neuroscience 258: 307-317.
  • Hjelmervik, H., Hausmann, M., Osnes, B., Westerhausen, R. & Specht, K. (2014). Resting states are resting traits - An fMRI study of sex differences and menstrual cycle effects in resting state cognitive control networks. PLoS ONE 9(7): e103492.
  • Lewald, J., Kentridge, R. W., Peters, S., Tegenthof, M., Heywood, C. A. & Hausmann, M. (2013). Auditory-visual localization in hemianopia. Neuropsychology 27(5): 573-582.
  • Campbell, A. & Hausmann, M. (2013). Effects of oxytocin on women’s aggression depend on state anxiety. Aggressive Behavior 39(4): 316-322.
  • Lewald, J. & Hausmann, M. (2013). Effects of sex and age on auditory spatial scene analysis. Hearing Research 299: 46-52.
  • Alba-Ferrara, L., de Erausquin, G. A., Hirnstein, M., Weis, S. & Hausmann, M. (2013). Emotional prosody modulates attention in schizophrenia patients with hallucinations. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7: 59.
  • Najt, P., Bayer, U. & Hausmann, M. (2013). Models of hemispheric specialization in facial emotion perception - a reevaluation. Emotion 13(1): 159-167.
  • Najt, P., Bayer, U. & Hausmann, M. (2013). Right fronto-parietal dysfunction underlying spatial attention in bipolar disorder. Psychiatry Research 210(2): 479-484.
  • Hausmann, M., Hamm, J. P., Waldie, K. E. & Kirk, I. J. (2013). Sex hormonal modulation of interhemispheric transfer time. Neuropsychologia 51(9): 1734-1741.
  • Najt, P., Bayer, U. & Hausmann, M. (2012). Atypical lateralization in emotional prosody in men with schizotypy. Laterality 17(5): 533-548.
  • Alba-Ferrara, L., Fernyhough, C., Weis, S., Mitchell, R. L. C. & Hausmann, M. (2012). Contributions of emotional prosody comprehension deficits to the formation of auditory verbal hallucinations in schizophrenia. Clinical Psychology Review 32(4): 244-250.
  • Hirnstein, M., Freund, N. & Hausmann, M. (2012). Gender stereotyping paradoxically enhances verbal fluency performance in men. Zeitschrift für Psychologie 220: 70-77.
  • Hjelmervik, H., Westerhausen, R., Osnes, B., Endresen, C. B., Hugdahl, K., Hausmann, M. & Specht, K. (2012). Language lateralization and cognitive control across the menstrual cycle assessed with a dichotic-listening paradigm. Psychoneuroendocrinology 37(11): 1866-1875.
  • Bayer, U. & Hausmann, M. (2012). Menstrual cycle-related changes of functional cerebral asymmetries in fine motor coordination. Brain and Cognition 79(1): 34-38.
  • Lewald, J., Tegenthoff, M., Peters, S. & Hausmann, M. (2012). Passive auditory stimulation improves vision in hemianopia. PLoS ONE 7(5): e31603.
  • Hausmann, M. & Schober, B. (2012). Sex and gender differences: new perspectives and new findings within a psychobiosocial approach. Zeitschrift für Psychologie 220: 57-60.
  • Alba-Ferrara, L., Weis, S., Damjanovic, L., Rowett, M. & Hausmann, M. (2012). Voice identity recognition failure in schizophrenia patients. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 200: 784-790.
  • Hausmann, M. & Bayer U. (2011). Armonia hormonal. Mente y cerebro 50: 70-75.
  • Weis,S, Hausmann,M, Stoffers,B & Sturm,W (2011). Dynamic changes in functional cerebral connectivity of spatial cognition during the menstrual cycle. Human Brain Mapping 32(10): 1544-1556.
  • Ocklenburg, S., Hirnstein, M., Ohmann, T. H. & Hausmann, M. (2011). Mental rotation does not account for sex differences in left-right confusion. Brain and Cognition 76(1): 166-171.
  • Bayer, U. & Hausmann, M. (2011). Oestrogen treatment affects brain functioning after menopause. Menopause International 17: 148-152.
  • Bayer, U. & Hausmann, M. (2011). Sex hormone therapy and functional brain plasticity in postmenopausal women. Neuroscience 191: 118-128.
  • Alba-Ferrara, L., Hausmann, M., Mitchel, R. L. & Weis, S. (2011). The neural correlates of emotional prosody comprehension: Disentangling simple from complex emotion. PLoS ONE 6(12): e28701.
  • Hirnstein, M., Bayer, U., Ellison, A. & Hausmann, M. (2011). TMS over the left angular gyrus impairs the ability to discriminate left from right. Neuropsychologia 49(1): 29-33.
  • Ocklenburg, S., Hirnstein, M., Hausmann, M. & Lewald, J. (2010). Auditory space perception in left- and right-handers. Brain and Cognition 72: 210-217.
  • Hirnstein, M., Leask, S., Rose, J. & Hausmann, M. (2010). Disentangling the relationship between hemispheric asymmetry and cognitive performance. Brain and Cognition 73: 119-127.
  • Hausmann, M. (2010). Hormonal effects on the plasticity of cognitive brain functions. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 1(4): 607-612.
  • Bayer, U. & Hausmann, M. (2010). Hormone therapy in postmenopausal women affects hemispheric asymmetries in fine motor coordination. Hormones and Behavior 58: 450-456.
  • Hausmann, M. & Bayer, U. (2010). Les mysteres du cerveau feminin. Cerveau & Psycho 37: 66-70.
  • Waldie, K. E. & Hausmann, M. (2010). Right fronto-parietal dysfunction in children with ADHD and developmental dyslexia as determined by line bisection judgements. Neuropsychologia 48: 3650-3656.
  • Weis, S. & Hausmann, M. (2010). Sex Hormones: modulators of interhemispheric inhibition in the human brain. Neuroscientist 16(2): 132-138
  • Beste, C., Konrad, C., Saft, C., Ukas, T., Andrich, J., Pfleiderer, B., Hausmann, M. & Falkenstein, M. (2009). Alterations in voluntary movement execution in Huntington's disease are related to the dominant motor system - evidence from event-related potentials. Experimental Neurology 216: 148-157.
  • Lewald, J., Peters, S., Tegenthoff, M. & Hausmann, M. (2009). Dissociation of auditory and visual straight ahead in hemianopia. Brain Research 1287: 111-117.
  • Lewald, J., Peters, S., Tegenthoff, M. & Hausmann, M. (2009). Distortion of auditory space in hemianopia. European Journal of Neuroscience 30(7): 1401-1411.
  • Bayer, U. & Hausmann, M. (2009). Effects of sex hormone therapy on interhemispheric crosstalk in postmenopausal women. Neuropsychology 23(4): 509-518.
  • Bayer, U. & Hausmann, M. (2009). Estrogen therapy affects right hemispheric functioning in postmenopausal women. Hormones and Behavior 55(1): 228-234.
  • Hausmann, M. & Bayer, U. (2009). Hormonelle Harmonie. Gehirn & Geist 9/2009: 60-65.
  • Hausmann, M., Schoofs, D., Rosenthal, H. E. S. & Jordan, K. (2009). Interactive effects of sex hormones and gender stereotypes on cognitive sex differences – a psychobiosocial approach. Psychoneuroendocrinology 34(3): 389-401.
  • Ocklenburg, S. & Hausmann, M. (2009). Kognitive Geschlechtsunterschiede. Neurologie & Rehabilitation 15: 56-57.
  • Kirsch, J. A., Vlachos, J., Hausmann, M., Rose, J., Yim, M. Y., Aertsen, A. & Güntürkün, O. (2009). Neuronal encoding of meaning: Establishing category-selective response patterns in the avian 'prefrontal cortex'. Behavioural Brain Research 198: 214-223.
  • Lewald, J., Peters, S., Corballis, M. C. & Hausmann, M. (2009). Perception of stationary and moving sound following unilateral cortectomy. Neuropsychologia 47(4): 962-971.
  • Neufang, S., Specht, K., Hausmann, M., Güntürkün, O., Herpertz-Dahlmann, B., Fink, G. R. & Konrad, K. (2009). Sex differences and the impact of steroid hormones on the developing human brain. Cerebral Cortex 19(2): 464-473.
  • Hirnstein, M., Ocklenburg, S., Schneider, D. & Hausmann, M. (2009). Sex differences in left-right confusion depend on hemispheric asymmetry. Cortex 45(7): 891-899.
  • Hirnstein, M., Bayer, U. & Hausmann, M. (2009). Sex-specific response strategies in mental rotation. Learning and Individual Differences 19: 225-228.
  • Weis, S, Hausmann, M, Stoffers, B, Vohn, R, Kellermann, T & Sturm, W (2008). Estradiol Modulates Functional Brain Organization during the Menstrual Cycle: An Analysis of Interhemispheric Inhibition. The Journal Of Neuroscience 28(50): 13401-13410.
  • Bayer, U., Kessler, N., Güntürkün, O. & Hausmann, M. (2008). Interhemispheric interaction during the menstrual cycle. Neuropsychologia 46(9): 2415-2422.
  • Hirnstein, M., Hausmann, M. & Güntürkün, O. (2008). The evolutionary origins of functional cerebral asymmetries in humans: Does lateralization enhance parallel processing? Behavioural Brain Research 187(2): 297-303.
  • Clapp, W., Kirk, I. J. & Hausmann, M. (2007). Cognitive effects of memory load on hemispheric asymmetry of colour memory. Laterality 12: 139-153.
  • Hirnstein, M., Hausmann, M. & Lewald, J. (2007). Functional cerebral asymmetry in auditory motion perception. Laterality 12: 87-99.
  • Yamazaki, Y., Aust, U., Huber, L., Hausmann, M. & Güntürkün, O (2007). Lateralized cognition: asymmetrical and complementary strategies of pigeons during discrimination of the „human concept”. Cognition 104: 315-344.
  • Lissek, S., Hausmann, M., Knossalla, F., Peters, S., Nicolas, V., Güntürkün, O. & Tegenthoff, M. (2007). Sex differences in cortical and subcortical recruitment during simple and complex motor control: An fMRI study. Neuroimage 37(3): 912-926.
  • Beste, C., Hamm, J. P. & Hausmann, M. (2006). Developmental changes in visual line bisection in females throughout adulthood. Developmental Neuropsychology 30: 753-767.
  • Rolfe, M. H. S., Hausmann, M. & Waldie, K. E. (2006). Hemispheric functioning in children with subtypes of Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder. Journal of Attention Disorders 10: 20-27.
  • Hausmann, M., Tegenthoff, M., Sänger, J., Janssen, F., Güntürkün, O. & Schwenkreis, P. (2006). Transcallosal inhibition across the menstrual cycle: A TMS study. Clinical Neurophysiology 117(1): 26-32.
  • Hausmann, M. (2005). Hemispheric asymmetry in spatial attention across the menstrual cycle. Neuropsychologia 43(11): 1559-1567.
  • Holländer, A., Hausmann, M., Hamm, J. P. & Corballis, M. C. (2005). Sex hormonal modulation of hemispheric asymmetries in the attentional blink. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 11: 263-272.
  • Hausmann, M., Corballis, M. C., Fabri, M., Paggi, A. & Lewald, J. (2005). Sound lateralization in subjects with callosotomy, callosal agenesis, or hemispherectomy. Cognitive Brain Research 25: 537-546.
  • Hausmann, M. (2004). Cerveaux sous influence hormonale. Cerveau & Psycho 5: 44-47.
  • Hausmann, M., Durmusoglu, G., Yazgan, Y. & Güntürkün, O. (2004). Evidence for reduced hemispheric asymmetries in non-verbal functions in bilinguals. Journal of Neurolinguistics 17: 285-299.
  • Hausmann, M., Kirk, I. J. & Corballis, M. C. (2004). Influence of task complexity on manual asymmetries. Cortex 40: 103-110.
  • Güntürkün, O., Hausmann, M. & Tegenthoff, M. (2003). „Der kleine Unterschied“ im menschlichen Gehirn. Neurorubin 2003: 6-9.
  • Hausmann, M., Güntürkün, O. & Corballis, M. C. (2003). Age-related changes in hemispheric asymmetry depend on sex. Laterality 8: 277-290.
  • Hausmann, M., Waldie, K. E. & Corballis, M. C. (2003). Developmental changes in line-bisection: A result of callosal maturation? Neuropsychology 17: 155-160.
  • Hausmann, M. (2003). Frau und Mann - der große Unterschied: Eine Frage der Symmetrie. Gehirn & Geist 6(3): 56-61.
  • Hausmann, M., Waldie, K. E., Allison, S. D. & Corballis, M. C. (2003). Line bisection following hemispherectomy. Neuropsychologia 41: 1523-1530.
  • Hausmann, M., Corballis, M. C. & Fabri, M. (2003). Line bisection in the split brain. Neuropsychology. Neuropsychology 17: 602-609.
  • Güntürkün, O. & Hausmann, M. (2003). The dual coding hypothesis of human cerebral asymmetries. Journal of Neurological Sciences (Turkish) 20: 140-150.
  • Hausmann, M., Becker, C., Gather, U. & Güntürkün, O. (2002). Functional cerebral asymmetries during the menstrual cycle: A cross sectional and longitudinal analysis. Neuropsychologia 40: 808-816.
  • Waldie, K. E., Hausmann, M., Milne, B. J. & Poulton, R. (2002). Migraine and cognitive function: A life-course study. Neurology 59: 904-908.
  • Hausmann, M., Ergun, G., Yazgan, Y. & Güntürkün, O. (2002). Sex differences in line bisection as a function of hand. Neuropsychologia 40(3): 235-240.
  • Hausmann, M. & Güntürkün, O. (2000). Der Einfluss von Sexualhormonen auf die funktionelle cerebrale Asymmetrie. Zeitschrift für Neuropsychologie 11: 203-215.
  • Hausmann, M. & Güntürkün, O. (2000). Progesteron und die interhemisphärische Interaktion. Zeitschrift für Neuropsychologie 11: 230-233.
  • Hausmann, M., Slabbekoorn, D., Van Goozen, S. H. M., Cohen-Kettenis, P. T. & Güntürkün, O. (2000). Sex hormones affect spatial abilities during the menstrual cycle. Behavioral Neuroscience 114: 1245-1250.
  • Hausmann, M. & Güntürkün, O. (2000). Steroid fluctuations modify functional cerebral asymmetries: The hypothesis of progesterone-mediated interhemispheric decoupling. Neuropsychologia 38: 1362-1374.
  • Rasmjou, S., Hausmann, M. & Güntürkün, O. (1999). Hemispheric dominance and gender in the perception of an illusion. Neuropsychologia 37: 1041-1047.
  • Meinschaefer, J., Hausmann, M. & Güntürkün, O. (1999). Laterality effects in the processing of syllable structure. Brain and Language 70: 287-293.
  • Hausmann, M. & Güntürkün, O. (1999). Sex differences in functional cerebral asymmetries in a repeated measures design. Brain and Cognition 41: 263-275.
  • Hausmann, M., Behrendt-Körbitz, S., Kautz, H., Lamm, C., Radelt, F. & Güntürkün, O. (1998). Sex differences in oral asymmetries during wordrepetition. Neuropsychologia 36: 1397-1402.

Book review

  • Hausmann, M. (2009). Hormones and behaviour: a psychological approach. American Journal of Human Biology 21: 228-229.

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