PhD number 2 (Psychology) - check! Thank you so much to the PhD committee (Prof. Van Diest, Prof. @ulrichettinger, Prof. Davenne, and Prof. @FDosseville) for their challenging questions and insightful ideas for future research! @normandieuniv @Universite_Caen @labo_CesamS @MrshCaen
November 26th was the summary of the past 8 years of my life at @SpoHoKoeln with my Habilitation Talk on "Personality in Sport & Exercise" - many thanks to the Performance Psychology group of Prof. Dr. Dr. Markus Raab for the steady support & inspiration for all those years!
"Giro d'Italia" last week spreading last Science about Heart Rate Variability in Sport Psychology, at the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) Roma, Uni Chieti-Pescara, and IUSVE Venezia. My first talks in Italian (well almost - with at least 25% Spanish inside)!
What is slow-paced breathing doing to your brain? Our last study (with S.Hoffmann, @ulrichettinger, & L.Jendreizik) shows it improves your focus via increasing error-related negativity in comparison to a watching TV control condition-free download here!
FORTITUDE "Emotional Intelligence" presented at the @th_koeln on Tuesday - and live translated in 3 languages, at the beginning I deliberately slowed down, but then my natural close-to-500 words/min speaking rhythm came back - great job of the interpreters
30 days 15min Slow-Paced Breathing makes your heart spend a better night! Poster Presentation at the Society for Psychophysiological Research @TheRealSPR in Washington DC - study with @electricthomson @Emma_Mosley @FDosseville
Our last study with Brazilian and German football players: creative players can generate better first options! https://tandfonline.com/eprint/DCWPZFIA7CANETACGWXK/full?target=10.1080/02701367.2019.1642994
Keynote Speaker at the "Tag der Psychologie der BDP Landesgruppe Bayern" on July 13th in Munich - Topic: Emotional Intelligence in Sports! http://bdp-bayern.de/aktuell/2019/190801_tdp.html
Our last study published today: 15min slow-paced breathing realised before or after 5min Burpees makes you more accurate (but not faster) on inhibition test (Stroop)! https://frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2019.01923/full… @UirassuBorges @Emma_Mosley @FDosseville @electricthomson
Our last study published in Acta Psychologica shows that High Power Posing has an activating effect on your heart, switching off the vagal break, while increasing your feeling of power: your next pre-performance routine? Free pdf https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1ZVO1OdeEgA0 @Emma_Mosley Nils Strack