For our team in Vienna we are actively looking to fill the position of a post-doc (duration of employment: 6 years).
More details can be found here.
Exciting changes ahead of us! With Professor Nater starting his new position at the University of Vienna, the Music & Health Lab will move with him to the World Capital of Music, starting October 1st, 2017.
We are looking forward to continue our research at our new home.
Stay tuned for additional news!
The article Music Listening as a means of stress reduction in daily life (Linnemann et al., 2015) has recently been recorded one of the most downloaded articles in the last 90 days in the Journal Psychoneuroendocrinology.
In this article, Alexandra Linnemann and colleagues provide support for the beneficial effects of music listening on subjective and physiological stress in the everyday life of university students.
The Music and Health Lab goes international...
We are delighted to welcome Pablo Enriquez Cerda from the National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, as a guest PhD student in our lab.
He will stay during the summer months in order to prepare one of his research projects back in Mexico. His PhD project is concerned with the potential beneficial effects of music interventions on stress and emotions in the working context. He has for example organized life concerts of classical music in one of the largest companies in Mexico.