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Selected publications

  • Mogensen, J. (2012). Reorganization of Elementary Functions (REF) after brain injury: Implications for the therapeutic interventions and prognosis of brain injured patients suffering cognitive impairments. In: Schäfer, A.J. & Müller, J. (Eds.), Brain Damage: Causes, Management and Prognosis. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.; pp. 1-40.

  • Mogensen, J. (2011). Almost unlimited potentials of a limited neural plasticity: Levels of plasticity in development and reorganization of the injured brain. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 18: 13-45.

  • Mogensen, J. (2011). Animal models in neuroscience. In: Hau, J. & Schapiro, S.J. (Eds.), Handbook of Laboratory Animal Science, Third Edition, Volume II. Animal Models. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press LLC; pp. 47-73.

  • Mogensen, J., Hjortkjær, J., Ibervang, K.L., Stedal, K. & Malá, H. (2007). Prefrontal cortex and hippocampus in posttraumatic functional recovery: Spatial delayed alternation by rats subjected to transection of the fimbria-fornix and/or ablation of the prefrontal cortex. Brain Research Bulletin, 73: 86-95.

  • Mogensen, J., Miskowiak, K., Sørensen, T.A., Lind, C.T., Olsen, N.V., Springborg, J.B. & Malá, H. (2004). Erythropoietin improves place learning in fimbria-fornix transected rats and modifies the search pattern of normal rats. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 77: 381-390.

  • Malá, H., Alsina, C.G., Madsen, K.S., la Cour Sibbesen, E., Stick, H. & Mogensen, J. (2005). Erythropoietin improves place learning in an 8-arm radial maze in fimbria-fornix transected rats. Neural Plasticity, 12: 329-340.

  • Malá, H., Arnberg, K., Chu, D., Nedergaard, S.K., Witmer, J. & Mogensen, J. (2013). Only repeated administration of the serotonergic agonist 8‑OH‑DPAT improves place learning of rats subjected to fimbria-fornix transection. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 109: 50-58.

  • Malá, H., Castro, M.R., Knippel, J., Køhler, P.J., Lassen, P. & Mogensen, J. (2008). Therapeutic effects of a restraint procedure on posttraumatic place learning in fimbria-fornix transected rats. Brain Research, 1217: 221-231.

  • Malá, H., Castro, M.R., Pearce, H., Kingod, S.C., Nedergaard, S.K., Scharff, Z., Zandersen, M. & Mogensen, J. (2012). Delayed intensive acquisition training alleviates the lesion-induced place learning deficits after fimbria-fornix transection in the rat. Brain Research, 1445: 40-51.

  • Malá, H., Chen, Y., Worm, V.H., Kure, J., Kaae, B.H., Madsen, U., Badolo, L., Pickering, D.S. & Mogensen, J. (2012). Cognitive enhancing effects of an AMPA receptor positive modulator on place learning in mice. Behavioural Brain Research, 226: 18-25.

  • Wilms, I. (2013). Adaptive Cognitive Rehabilitation. Serious Games, Alternative Realities, and Play Therapy. Springer press. Accepted

  • Wilms, I. (2011). Using Artificial Intelligence to Control and Adapt Level of Difficulty in Computer Based, Cognitive Therapy – an Explorative Study. Journal of Cybertherapy and Rehabilitation vol. 4(3), 387-397.

  • Wilms, I., Mala, H. (2010). Indirect versus direct feedback in computer-based Prism Adaptation Therapy. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 2010 20(6), 830-853.

  • Wilms, I., Mogensen, J., (2011). Dissimilar outcomes of apparently similar procedures as a challenge to clinical neurorehabilitation and basic research: when the same is not the same. NeuroRehabilitation, vol 29(3), 221-227

  • Wilms, I., Vangkilde, S., Pedersen, A. (2013). Intensive video gaming improves encoding speed to visual short-term memory in young male adults. Acta Psycologica, 142(1), 108-118.