Das ReSource Projekt - Publikationen

Das ReSource Projekt ist eine weltweit einzigartige, groß angelegte Studie zum mentalen Training mithilfe westlicher und fernöstlicher Methoden der Geistesschulung. Über einen Zeitraum von elf Monaten wurden interessierte Laien an ein breites Spektrum von mentalen Übungen herangeführt, mit deren Hilfe Fähigkeiten wie Aufmerksamkeit, Körper- und Selbstgewahrsein, eine gesunde Emotionsregulation, Selbstfürsorge, Empathie und Mitgefühl sowie Perspektivübernahme trainiert werden. Insgesamt zielte das Training darauf ab, mentale Gesundheit und soziale Kompetenzen zu verbessern, um z.B. Stress zu reduzieren, mehr geistige Klarheit zu erlangen, die Lebenszufriedenheit zu steigern sowie andere Menschen besser verstehen zu lernen.

Change Data

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Lumma, A.-L.; Valk, S. L.; Böckler, A.; Vrticka, P.; Singer, T.: Change in emotional self-concept following socio-cognitive training relates to structural plasticity of the prefrontal cortex. Brain and Behavior 8 (4), e00940 (2018)
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Böckler, A.; Herrmann, L.; Trautwein, F.-M.; Holmes, T.; Singer, T.: Know thy selves: Learning to understand oneself increases the ability to understand others. Journal of Cognitive Enhancement 1 (2), S. 197 - 209 (2017)
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Bornemann, B.; Singer, T.: Taking time to feel our body: Steady increases in heartbeat perception accuracy and decreases in alexithymia over 9 months of contemplative mental training. Psychophysiology 54 (3), S. 469 - 482 (2017)
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Engert, V.; Kok, B. E.; Papassotiriou, I.; Chrousos, G. P.; Singer, T.: Specific reduction in cortisol stress reactivity after social but not attention-based mental training. Science Advances 3 (10), e1700495 (2017)
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Hildebrandt, L. K.; McCall, C.; Singer, T.: Differential effects of attention-, compassion- and socio-cognitively based mental practices on self-reports of mindfulness and compassion. Mindfulness 8 (6), S. 1488 - 1512 (2017)
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Kok, B. E.; Singer, T.: Effects of contemplative dyads on engagement and perceived social connectedness over 9 months of mental training: A randomized clinical trial. JAMA Psychiatry 74 (2), S. 126 - 134 (2017)
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Kok, B. E.; Singer, T.: Phenomenological fingerprints of four meditations: Differential state changes in affect, mind-wandering, meta-cognition and interoception before and after daily practice across nine months of training. Mindfulness 8 (1), S. 218 - 231 (2017)
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Lumma, A.-L.; Böckler, A.; Vrticka, P.; Singer, T.: Who am I? Differential effects of three contemplative mental trainings on emotional word use in self-descriptions. Self and Identity 16 (5), S. 607 - 628 (2017)
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Lumma, A.-L.; Kok, B. E.; Singer, T.: Corrigendum to “Is meditation always relaxing? Investigating heart rate, heart rate variability, experienced effort and likeability during training of three types of meditation”. International Journal of Psychophysiology 117, S. 126 - 130 (2017)
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Valk, S. L.; Bernhardt, B. C.; Trautwein, F.-M.; Böckler, A.; Kanske, P.; Guizard, N.; Collins, D. L.; Singer, T.: Structural plasticity of the social brain: Differential change after socio-affective and cognitive mental training. Science Advances 3 (10), e1700489 (2017)
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Bornemann, B.; Herbert, B. M.; Mehling, W. E.; Singer, T.: Differential changes in self-reported aspects of interoceptive awareness through three months of contemplative training. Frontiers in Psychology 5, 1504 (2015)
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Lumma, A.-L.; Kok, B. E.; Singer, T.: Is meditation always relaxing?: Investigating heart rate, heart rate variability, experienced effort and likeability during training of three types of meditation. International Journal of Psychophysiology 97 (1), S. 38 - 45 (2015)

Baseline Data and Paradigms

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Engert, V.; Kok, B. E.; Puhlmann, L. M.; Stalder, T.; Kirschbaum, C.; Papanastasopoulou, C.; Papassotiriou, I.; Pervanidou, P.; Chrousos, G. P.; Singer, T.: Exploring the multidimensional complex systems structure of the stress response and its relation to health and sleep outcomes. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity 73, S. 390 - 402 (2018)
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Engen, H.; Kanske, P.; Singer, T.: The neural component-process architecture of endogenously generated emotion. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 12 (2), S. 197 - 211 (2017)
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Valk, S. L.; Bernhardt, B. C.; Böckler, A.; Trautwein, F.-M.; Kanske, P.; Singer, T.: Socio-cognitive phenotypes differentially modulate large-scale structural covariance networks. Cerebral Cortex 27 (2), S. 1358 - 1368 (2017)
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Böckler, A.; Tusche, A.; Singer, T.: The structure of human prosociality: Differentiating altruistically motivated, norm motivated, strategically motivated and self-reported prosocial behavior. Social Psychological and Personality Science 7 (6), S. 530 - 541 (2016)
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Böckler, A.; Tusche, A.; Singer, T.: The structure of human prosociality revisited: Corrigendum and addendum to Böckler, Tusche, and Singer (2016). Social Psychological and Personality Science 9 (6), S. 754 - 759 (2018)
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Bornemann, B.; Kok, B. E.; Böckler, A.; Singer, T.: Helping from the heart: Voluntary upregulation of heart rate variability predicts altruistic behavior. Biological Psychology 119, S. 54 - 63 (2016)
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Hildebrandt, L. K.; McCall, C.; Engen, H. G.; Singer, T.: Cognitive flexibility, heart rate variability, and resilience predict fine-grained regulation of arousal during prolonged threat. Psychophysiology 53 (6), S. 880 - 890 (2016)
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Engert, V.; Koester, A. M.; Riepenhausen, A.; Singer, T.: Boosting recovery rather than buffering reactivity: Higher stress-induced oxytocin secretion is associated with increased cortisol reactivity and faster vagal recovery after acute psychosocial stress. Psychoneuroendocrinology 74, S. 111 - 120 (2016)
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Kanske, P.; Böckler, A.; Trautwein, F.-M.; Parianen Lesemann, F. H.; Singer, T.: Are strong empathizers better mentalizers?: Evidence for independence and interaction between the routes of social cognition. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 11 (9), S. 1382 - 1392 (2016)
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McCall, C.; Hildebrandt, L. K.; Hartmann , R.; Baczkowski, B.; Singer, T.: Introducing the Wunderkammer as a tool for emotion research: Unconstrained gaze and movement patterns in three emotionally evocative virtual worlds. Computers in Human Behavior 59, S. 93 - 107 (2016)
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Molenberghs, P.; Trautwein, F.-M.; Böckler, A.; Singer, T.; Kanske, P.: Neural correlates of metacognitive ability and of feeling confident: A large scale fMRI study. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 11 (12), S. 1942 - 1951 (2016)
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Singer, T.; Kok, B. E.; Bornemann, B.; Zurborg, S.; Bolz, M.; Bochow, C.: The ReSource Project: Background, design, samples, and measurements. Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig (2016)
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Trautwein, F.-M.; Singer, T.; Kanske, P.: Stimulus-driven reorienting impairs executive control of attention: Evidence for a common bottleneck in anterior insula. Cerebral Cortex 26 (11), S. 4136 - 4147 (2016)
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Valk, S. L.; Bernhardt, B. C.; Böckler, A.; Kanske, P.; Singer, T.: Substrates of metacognition on perception and metacognition on higher-order cognition relate to different subsystems of the mentalizing network. Human Brain Mapping 37 (10), S. 3388 - 3399 (2016)
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Kanske, P.; Böckler, A.; Trautwein, F.-M.; Singer, T.: Dissecting the social brain: Introducing the EmpaToM to reveal distinct neural networks and brain-behavior relations for empathy and Theory of Mind. NeuroImage 122, S. 6 - 19 (2015)
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McCall, C.; Hildebrandt, L. K.; Bornemann, B.; Singer, T.: Physiophenomenology in retrospect: Memory reliably reflects physiological arousal during a prior threatening experience. Consciousness and Cognition 38, S. 60 - 70 (2015)

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