3.9. - 6.9.2020 online
Anja Feneberg, MSc, presented current research results on the effects of music listening on stress and mood during the acute phase of the COVID-19 crisis. The title of the poster is "Quarantunes - Eine Ecological Momentary Assessment-Studie zu den Effekten von Musikhören auf Stresserleben und Stimmung während der COVID-19-Krise" (Feneberg AC, Forbes P, Lamm C, Pronizius E, Silani G, Stijovic A, Nater UM).
Rosa Maidhof, MSc, presented a poster on the moderating role of the music listening style on acute stress and pain reactions (Rosa M. Maidhof, Alexandra Wuttke-Linnemann, Mattes B. Kappert, Andreas Schwerdtfeger, Gunter Kreutz, Urs M. Nater).
10.10. - 12.10.2019 in Würzburg, Germany
Rosa Maidhof, MSc gave a talk on "Effects of participant-selected music vs. researcher-selected music during cold pressor pain on autonomic nervous system activity"
[Effekte von selbst- vs. fremdgewählter Musik auf die Aktivität des autonomen Nervensystems während einer Schmerzinduktion] (Rosa M. Maidhof, Mattes B. Kappert, Alexandra Linnemann, Andreas Schwerdtfeger, Urs M. Nater).
Society for Ambulatory Assessment
Anja C. Feneberg presented a poster on "The effects of music listening on somatic symptoms and stress in daily life: a comparative ambulatory assessment study with two patient samples" (Feneberg, A., Doerr, J.M., Nater-Mewes, R., & Nater, U.M.) and attended a workshop on "Analyzing intensive longitudinal data with n=1 and multilevel autoregressive models" (Schuurman, Bringmann, Ryan, & Kuiper).
German Association of Psychology
29.05. - 01.06.2019 in Erlangen, Germany
Ricarda Nater-Mewes, head of the Outpatient Unit for Research, Teaching and Practice at the University of Vienna, and Anja Feneberg from our Music & Health Lab visited this year's 37th Conference of the German Association of Psychology (DGPs), Section Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, in Erlangen (Germany).
Anja gave a talk on "The effects of music listening on somatic symptoms and stress in daily life: a comparative ambulatory assessment study with two patient samples" (Feneberg, A., Doerr, J.M., Nater-Mewes, R., & Nater, U.M.).
American Psychosomatic Society
77th Annual Scientific Meeting, 6 - 9 March 2019
Effects of participant-selected music vs. researcher-selected music during cold pressor pain on autonomic nervous system activity
Maidhof, R.M., Kappert, M. B., Linnemann, A., Schwerdtfeger, A., & Nater, U.M.
International Society for Behavioral Medicine
15th International Congress of Behavioral Medicine,
14 - 17 November 2018, Santiago de Chile, Chile
The Power of Music:
Is Music Listening Good for Your Health?
In his position as President Elect of the International Society of Behavioral Medicine (ISBM), Prof. Urs Nater gave the Irmela Florin Memorial Lecture on the society's biennial International Congress in Santiago de Chile.
Click here for more information on the talk and the conference.
American Psychosomatic Society
76th Annual Scientific Meeting, 7 - 10 March 2018
Effectivity of music-based interventions for the reduction of pain and stress: study protocol of a randomized controlled trial
Feneberg, A.C., Kappert, M.B., Doering, B.K., & Nater, U.M.
Happy music for sad people?
Daily music listening and its impact on mood and stress in depressed women
Feneberg, A.C., Mewes, R., Doerr, J.M., & Nater, U.M.