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Zeitschriftenartikel
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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Zeitschriftenartikel
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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Zeitschriftenartikel
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)

Vortrag (1)

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Vortrag
Lumma, A.-L.; Przyrembel, M.; Singer, T.: Lessons from the ReSource study: Examples for neurophenomenological research using different levels of first-person accounts and analyses. First MLE Hub Meeting of the European Neurophenomenology, Contemplative, and Embodied Cognition Network (ENCECON), Château de la Bourlie, Urval, France (2016)

Poster (3)

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Poster
Lumma, A.-L.; Kok, B. E.; Singer, T.: Is meditation always relaxing? Investigating cardiovascular activity and subjective experience during training of three types of meditation. 5th IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School, Leipzig, Germany (2015)
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Lumma, A.-L.; Kok, B. E.; Singer, T.: How is the heart related to experienced effort and enjoyment during meditation? European Summer Research Institute (ESRI) , Chiemsee, Germany (2014)
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Poster
Lumma, A.-L.; Kok, B. E.; Singer, T.: How is the heart related to experienced effort and enjoyment during meditation? 4th IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School, London, United Kingdom (2014)
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