Gerben Meynen
Gerben Meynen
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The stress system in depression and neurodegeneration: focus on the human hypothalamus
AM Bao, G Meynen, DF Swaab
Brain research reviews 57 (2), 531-553, 2008
Informed consent instead of assent is appropriate in children from the age of twelve: Policy implications of new findings on children’s competence to consent to clinical research
IM Hein, MC De Vries, PW Troost, G Meynen, JB Van Goudoever, ...
BMC medical ethics 16, 1-7, 2015
Prison brain? Executive dysfunction in prisoners
J Meijers, JM Harte, FA Jonker, G Meynen
Frontiers in psychology 6, 43, 2015
Increased arginine vasopressin mRNA expression in the human hypothalamus in depression: a preliminary report
G Meynen, UA Unmehopa, JJ van Heerikhuize, MA Hofman, DF Swaab, ...
Biological psychiatry 60 (8), 892-895, 2006
Reduced parahippocampal and lateral temporal GABAA-[11C]flumazenil binding in major depression: preliminary results
UMH Klumpers, DJ Veltman, ML Drent, R Boellaard, EFI Comans, ...
European journal of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging 37, 565-574, 2010
Hypothalamic oxytocin mRNA expression and melancholic depression
G Meynen, UA Unmehopa, MA Hofman, DF Swaab, WJG Hoogendijk
Molecular psychiatry 12 (2), 118-119, 2007
A neurolaw perspective on psychiatric assessments of criminal responsibility: Decision-making, mental disorder, and the brain
G Meynen
International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 36 (2), 93-99, 2013
Differences in executive functioning between violent and non-violent offenders
J Meijers, JM Harte, G Meynen, P Cuijpers
Psychological medicine 47 (10), 1784-1793, 2017
Free will and mental disorder: Exploring the relationship
G Meynen
Theoretical medicine and bioethics 31, 429-443, 2010
Increased cerebrospinal fluid cortisol level in Alzheimer's disease is not related to depression
WJG Hoogendijk, G Meynen, E Endert, MA Hofman, DF Swaab
Neurobiology of aging 27 (5), 780. e1-780. e2, 2006
Legal insanity: Explorations in psychiatry, law, and ethics
G Meynen
Springer International Publishing, 2016
Does the brain “initiate” freely willed processes? A philosophy of science critique of Libet-type experiments and their interpretation
H Radder, G Meynen
Theory & Psychology 23 (1), 3-21, 2013
Depression, possibilities, and competence: A phenomenological perspective
G Meynen
Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 32, 181-193, 2011
A systematic review of the literature about competence and poor insight
AM Ruissen, GAM Widdershoven, G Meynen, TA Abma, A Van Balkom
Acta psychiatrica scandinavica 125 (2), 103-113, 2012
Reduced self-control after 3 months of imprisonment; a pilot study
J Meijers, JM Harte, G Meynen, P Cuijpers, EJA Scherder
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 69, 2018
Neurolaw: neuroscience, ethics, and law. Review essay
G Meynen
Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 17, 819-829, 2014
Neuroprediction and ai in forensic psychiatry and criminal justice: A neurolaw perspective
L Tortora, G Meynen, J Bijlsma, E Tronci, S Ferracuti
Frontiers in psychology 11, 220, 2020
Introducing a standard of legal insanity: The case of Sweden compared to The Netherlands
S Radovic, G Meynen, T Bennet
International journal of law and psychiatry 40, 43-49, 2015
Ethical tensions of virtual reality treatment in vulnerable patients
P Kellmeyer, N Biller-Andorno, G Meynen
Nature medicine 25 (8), 1185-1188, 2019
Brain-based mind reading in forensic psychiatry: Exploring possibilities and perils
G Meynen
Journal of Law and the Biosciences 4 (2), 311-329, 2017
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