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    The Aim Justifies the Means—Differences Among Musical and Nonmusical Means of Relaxation or Activation Induction in Daily Life.Mattes B. Kappert, Alexandra Wuttke-Linnemann, Wolff Schlotz & Urs M. Nater - 2019 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 13.
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    Emotion regulation through listening to music in everyday situations.Myriam V. Thoma, Stefan Ryf, Changiz Mohiyeddini, Ulrike Ehlert & Urs M. Nater - 2012 - Cognition and Emotion 26 (3):550-560.
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    The effects of music listening on pain and stress in the daily life of patients with fibromyalgia syndrome.Alexandra Linnemann, Mattes B. Kappert, Susanne Fischer, Johanna M. Doerr, Jana Strahler & Urs M. Nater - 2015 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9.
  4. Positive and Negative Post Performance-Related Thoughts Predict Daily Cortisol Output in University Music Students.Yoav E. Y. Haccoun, Horst Hildebrandt, Petra L. Klumb, Urs M. Nater & Patrick Gomez - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
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    How Cortisol Reactivity Influences Prosocial Decision-Making: The Moderating Role of Sex and Empathic Concern.Qionghan Zhang, Jianhong Ma & Urs M. Nater - 2019 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 13.
  6. An ecological momentary music intervention for the reduction of acute stress in daily life: A mixed methods feasibility study.Anja C. Feneberg & Urs M. Nater - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Background: Despite the growing potential of mobile-based technologies, innovative interventions targeting the reduction of acute stress in daily life remain under-researched. Music listening is an easy-to-administer activity that is associated with lower levels of biological and self-reported stress. However, the application of music as an intervention in moments of acute stress in daily life remains to be examined. We developed a just-in-time intervention delivering music in moments of stressful experiences in daily life and tested its feasibility using a mixed methods (...)
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  7. The Psychological and Biological Impact of “In-Person” vs. “Virtual” Choir Singing in Children and Adolescents: A Pilot Study Before and After the Acute Phase of the COVID-19 Outbreak in Austria.Katarzyna Grebosz-Haring, Anna K. Schuchter-Wiegand, Anja C. Feneberg, Nadine Skoluda, Urs M. Nater, Sebastian Schütz & Leonhard Thun-Hohenstein - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 12.
    Psychobiological responses to music have been examined previously in various naturalistic settings in adults. Choir singing seems to be associated with positive psychobiological outcomes in adults. However, evidence on the effectiveness of singing in children and adolescents is sparse. The COVID-19 outbreak is significantly affecting society now and in the future, including how individuals engage with music. The COVID-19 pandemic is occurring at a time when virtual participation in musical experiences such as singing in a virtual choir has become more (...)
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    How audience and general music performance anxiety affect classical music students’ flow experience: A close look at its dimensions.Amélie J. A. A. Guyon, Horst Hildebrandt, Angelika Güsewell, Antje Horsch, Urs M. Nater & Patrick Gomez - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Flow describes a state of intense experiential involvement in an activity that is defined in terms of nine dimensions. Despite increased interest in understanding the flow experience of musicians in recent years, knowledge of how characteristics of the musician and of the music performance context affect the flow experience at the dimension level is lacking. In this study, we aimed to investigate how musicians’ general music performance anxiety level and the presence of an audience influence the nine flow dimensions. The (...)
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    The Impact of Coping Styles and Gender on Situational Coping: An Ecological Momentary Assessment Study With the mHealth Application TrackYourStress.Teresa O’Rourke, Carsten Vogel, Dennis John, Rüdiger Pryss, Johannes Schobel, Fabian Haug, Julian Haug, Christoph Pieh, Urs M. Nater, Anja C. Feneberg, Manfred Reichert & Thomas Probst - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The aim of this study was to investigate the impact of different coping styles on situational coping in everyday life situations and gender differences. An ecological momentary assessment study with the mobile health app TrackYourStress was conducted with 113 participants. The coping styles Positive Thinking, Active Stress Coping, Social Support, Support in Faith, and Alcohol and Cigarette Consumption of the Stress and Coping Inventory were measured at baseline. Situational coping was assessed by the question “How well can you cope with (...)
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