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See detailSchlafstörungen im Jugendalter: Besonderheiten und Implikationen
Schlarb, Angelika UL; Milicevic, Vesna

in Pädiatrische Praxis (2013)

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See detailSleep Problems among Family Members of an Universal Parent Training
Schlarb, Angelika UL; Brömer, L; Brandhorst, Isabel et al

in Somnologie (2013)

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See detailSchlafstörungen im Kindesalter: Klassifikation, Diagnostik und Therapie.
Wagner, Julia; Schlarb, Angelika UL

in Pädiatrische Praxis (2013)

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See detailRome III criteria in parents' hands: Pain-related functional gastrointestinal disorders in community children and associations with somatic complaints and mental health
Gulewitsch, Marco; Enck, Paul; Hautzinger, Martin et al

in European Journal of Gastroenterology & Hepatology (2013)

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See detailThe Chronotype-Academic Performance Model (CAM): Daytime Sleepiness and Learning Motivation link Chronotype and School Performance in Adolescents
Roeser, Karolin; Schlarb, Angelika UL; Kübler, Andrea

in Personality & Individual Differences (2013)

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See detailSpannungskopfschmerzen in der pädiatrischen Versorgung
Schlarb, Angelika UL; Neumann, Katharina

in Pädiatrische praxis (2013)

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See detailWie geht es Ihnen heute? Wohlbefinden, Burnout und Ressourcen bei Psychotherapeuten.
Reis, Dorota; Schröder, Annette; Schlarb, Angelika UL

in Psychotherapeut (2013)

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See detailVerhaltensbedingte Schlafprobleme in den ersten 4 Lebensjahren. Diagnostik und Therapie.
Brandhorst, Isabel; Schlarb, Angelika UL

in Pädiatrische Praxis (2013)

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See detailDas Schlaftraining KiSS an einem externen Standort.
Schwerdtle, Barbara; Kübler, Andrea; Schlarb, Angelika UL

in Aktuelle Kinderschlafmedizin 2013 (2013)

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See detailHypnotherapie
Schlarb, Angelika UL; Schweizer, Cornelie; Junker, S

in Techniken der Psychotherapie. (2013)

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See detailKiSS – Elternmanual zur Behandlung von Kindern (5-10 Jahre) mit Schlafstörungen
Schlarb, Angelika UL

Book published by Kohlhammer (2013)

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See detailKiSS – Therapeutenmanual zur Behandlung von Kindern (5-10 Jahre) mit Schlafstörungen
Schlarb, Angelika UL

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See detailMini-KiSS – das Elterntraining für Kinder mit Schlafproblemen.
Schlarb, Angelika UL

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See detailMini-KiSS – das Therapeutenmanual zum Elterntraining für Kinder mit Schlafproblemen.
Schlarb, Angelika UL

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See detailBrief hypnotherapeutic-behavioral intervention for functional abdominal pain and irritable bowel syndrome in childhood: A randomized controlled trial
Gulewitsch, Marco; Müller, Judith; Hautzinger, Martin et al

in European Journal of Pediatrics (2013)

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See detailPlacebo effects in children: a review
Weimer, Katja; Gulewitsch, Marco; Schlarb, Angelika UL et al

in Pediatric Research (2013)

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See detailMental strain and chronic stress among a community sample of university students with irritable bowel syndrome symptoms
Gulewitsch, Marco; Enck, Paul; Hautzinger, Martin et al

in Gastroenterology Research & Practice (2013)

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See detailChronotype-related differences in childhood and adolescent aggression and antisocial behavior – A review of the literature
Schlarb, Angelika UL; Sopp, Roxanne; Ambiel, David et al

in Chronobiology International (2013)

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See detailA new diagnostic tool for children with sleep disorders
Schwerdtle, Barbara; Kanis, Julia; Kahl, L et al

in Somnologie (2013)

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See detailOf larks and hearts – morningness/eveningness, heart rate variability and cardiovascular stress response at different times of the day
Roeser, Karolin; Obergfell, Friederike; Meule, Adrian et al

in Physiology & Behavior (2012), 106 (2)

Inter-individual differences in the circadian period of physical and mental functions can be described on the dimension of morningness/eveningness. Previous findings support the assumption that ... [more ▼]

Inter-individual differences in the circadian period of physical and mental functions can be described on the dimension of morningness/eveningness. Previous findings support the assumption that eveningness is related to greater impulsivity and susceptibility to stress than morningness. Heart rate variability (HRV) serves as a physiological correlate of self- and emotional regulation and has not yet been investigated in relation to chronotypes. The study explores differences in HRV and other cardiovascular measures in morning- and evening-types at rest and under stress at different times of day (8-11 a.m. or 4-7 p.m.). Students (N = 471) were screened for chronotype and n = 55 females (27 morning- and 28 evening-types) were recruited for testing. These participants performed a mental arithmetic task while heart rate (HR) and blood pressure (BP) were recorded. Spectral components and a time-domain measure of HRV were calculated on HR data from resting and mental stress periods. Evening-types had significantly higher HR and systolic BP, but lower HRV than morning-types both at baseline and during stress. Stress induced in the evening had a significantly stronger impact on absolute and baseline corrected physiological measures in both chronotypes. The interaction of chronotype and testing time did not reach the level of significance for any of the dependent variables. The enhanced physiological arousal in evening-types might contribute to increased vulnerability to psychological distress. Hence, previous behavioral findings are supported by the physiological data of this study. [less ▲]

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