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    Singer, T.; Engert, V.: 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 (2019)
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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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    Engert, V.; Kok, B. E.; Puhlmann, L. M.; Stalder, T.; Kirschbaum, C.; Papanastasopoulou, C.; Papassotiriou, I.; Pervanidou, P.; Chrousos, G. P.; Singer, T.: Exploring the multidimensional complex systems structure of the stress response and its relation to health and sleep outcomes. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity 73, pp. 390 - 402 (2018)
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    Miller, R.; Wojtyniak, J.-G.; Weckesser, L. J.; Alexander, N. C.; Engert, V.; Lehr, T.: How to disentangle psychobiological stress reactivity and recovery: A comparison of model-based and non-compartmental analyses of cortisol concentrations. Psychoneuroendocrinology 90, pp. 194 - 210 (2018)
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    Engert, V.; Ragsdale, A. M.; Singer, T.: Cortisol stress resonance in the laboratory is associated with inter-couple diurnal cortisol covariation in daily life. Hormones and Behavior 98, pp. 183 - 190 (2018)
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    Engert, V.; Kok, B. E.; Papassotiriou, I.; Chrousos, G. P.; Singer, T.: Specific reduction in cortisol stress reactivity after social but not attention-based mental training. Science Advances 3 (10) (2017)
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    Engert, V.; Koester, A. M.; Riepenhausen, A.; Singer, T.: Boosting recovery rather than buffering reactivity: Higher stress-induced oxytocin secretion is associated with increased cortisol reactivity and faster vagal recovery after acute psychosocial stress. Psychoneuroendocrinology 74, pp. 111 - 120 (2016)
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    Dedovic, K.; Giebl, S.; Duchesne, A.; Lue, S. D.; Andrews, J.; Efanov, S.; Engert, V.; Beaudry, T.; Baldwin, M. W.; Pruessner, J. C.: Psychological, endocrine, and neural correlates of attentional bias in subclinical depression. Anxiety, Stress, and Coping 29 (5), pp. 479 - 496 (2016)
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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)
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    Radenbach, C.; Reiter, A.; Engert, V.; Sjoerds, Z.; Villringer, A.; Heinze, H.-J.; Deserno, L.; Schlagenhauf, F.: The interaction of acute and chronic stress impairs model-based behavioral control. Psychoneuroendocrinology 53, pp. 268 - 280 (2015)
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    Engert, V.; Smallwood, J.; Singer, T.: Mind your thoughts: Associations between self-generated thoughts and stress-induced and baseline levels of cortisol and alpha-amylase. Biological Psychology 103, pp. 283 - 291 (2014)
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    Dedovic, K.; Duchesne, A.; Engert, V.; Lue, S. D.; Andrews, J.; Efanov, S. I.; Beaudry, T.; Pruessner, J. C.: Psychological, endocrine and neural responses to social evaluation in subclinical depression. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 9 (10), pp. 1632 - 1644 (2014)
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    Engert, V.; Plessow, F.; Miller, R.; Kirschbaum, C.; Singer, T.: Cortisol increase in empathic stress is modulated by emotional closeness and observation modality. Psychoneuroendocrinology 45, pp. 192 - 201 (2014)
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    Engert, V.; Merla, A.; Grant, J. A.; Cardone, D.; Tusche, A.; Singer, T.: Exploring the use of thermal infrared imaging in human stress research. PLoS One 9 (3) (2014)
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    Engert, V.; Efanov, S. I.; Duchesne, A.; Vogel, S.; Corbo, V.; Pruessner, J. C.: Differentiating anticipatory from reactive cortisol responses to psychosocial stress. Psychoneuroendocrinology 38 (8), pp. 1328 - 1337 (2013)
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    Duchesne, A.; Tessera, E.; Dedovic, K.; Engert, V.; Pruessner, J. C.: Effects of panel sex composition on the physiological stress responses to psychosocial stress in healthy young men and women. Biological Psychology 89 (1), pp. 99 - 106 (2012)
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    Engert, V.; Vogel, S.; Efanov, S. I.; Duchesne, A.; Corbo, V.; Ali, N.; Pruessner, J. C.: Investigation into the cross-correlation of salivary cortisol and alpha-amylase responses to psychological stress. Psychoneuroendocrinology 36 (9), pp. 1294 - 1302 (2011)

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    Engert, V.: Different types of mental training are more or less efficient in reducing stress on the subjective and hormonal level. Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotion (ISRE), Geneva, Switzerland (2015)
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