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Schowe, A.M., Godara, M., Czamara, D., Adli, M., Singer T., & Binder E. (2024).

Genetic Predisposition for negative affect predicts mental health burden during the Covid-19 pandemic. European Archives of Clinical Psychiatry.

Godara, M., Hecht, M., & Singer, T. (2024).

Training-related improvements in mental well-being through reduction in negative interpretation bias: A randomized trial of online socio-emotional dyadic and mindfulness interventions. Journal of Affective Disorders.

Phenomenological fingerprints of app-based mental trainings: Differential changes in thought patterns and emotional well-being after mindfulness versus dyadic socio-emotional practice. Scientific Reports 13(1), 13843.

Reducing alexithymia and increasing interoceptive awareness: A randomized controlled trial comparing mindfulness with dyadic socio-emotional app-based practice. Journal of Affective Disorders, 341, pp. 162-169.

Boosting Empathy and Compassion Through Mindfulness-Based and Socioemotional Dyadic Practice: Randomized Controlled Trial With App-Delivered Trainings. Journal of Medical Internet Research.

Boeckler-Raettig, A. & Singer, T. (2021).

Longitudinal Evidence for Differential Plasticity of Cognitive Functions: Mindfulness-based mental training enhances working memory, but not perceptual discrimination, response inhibition and metacognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.

Singer, T. ; Koop, S.; & Godara, M. (2021).

How did Berliners feel and react during COVID-19 pandemic in 2020/21?

Trautwein, F., Kanske P., Böckler-Raettig, A. & Singer, T. (2020).

Differential Benefits of Mental Training Types for Attention, Compassion, and Theory of Mind. Cognition, 194.

Bornemann, B., Kovacs, P., & Singer, T. (2019).

Voluntary upregulation of heart rate variability is improved by mental contemplative training. Scientific Reports, 9:7860.

It matters what you practice: Differential training effects on subjective experience, behavior, brain and body in the ReSource Project. Current Opinion in Psychology, 28, pp. 151 – 158