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Journal Article (4)

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    Linz, R.; Puhlmann, L. M.; Apostolakou, F.; Mantzou, E.; Papassotiriou, I.; Chrousos, G. P.; Engert, V.; Singer, T.: Acute psychosocial stress increases serum BDNF levels: An antagonistic relation to cortisol but no group differences after mental training. Neuropsychopharmacology (2019)
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    Engert, V.; Linz, R.; Grant, J.: Embodied stress: The physiological resonance of psychosocial stress. Psychoneuroendocrinology (2018)
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    Linz, R.; Singer, T.; Engert, V.: Interactions of momentary thought content and subjective stress predict cortisol fluctuations in a daily life experience sampling study. Scientific Reports 8 (2018)
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    Steinbeis, N.; Engert, V.; Linz, R.; Singer, T.: The effects of stress and affiliation on social decision-making: Investigating the tend-and-befriend pattern. Psychoneuroendocrinology 62, pp. 138 - 148 (2015)

Poster (3)

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    Linz, R.; Chrousos, G. P.; Singer, T.; Engert, V.: Peripheral BDNF levels in humans are reactive to acute psycho-social stress and negatively relate to salivary cortisol. 48th ISPNE Annual Conference, University of California, Los Angeles, CA (2018)
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    Linz, R.; Engert, V.; Singer, T.: When your daily mental content resonates in your stress-system: Evidence for the association of stress-related thought patterns and cortisol levels in an everyday experience sampling study. 47th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Psychoneuroendocrinology (ISPNE), Zurich, Switzerland (2017)
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    Linz, R.; Engert, V.; Singer, T.: Exploring associations of thought content and stress physiology in everyday life. 6th IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School , Leipzig, Germany (2016)
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