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Dr. Dipl.-Psych. Alexandra Linnemann

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Professional Positions

Sep 2013 - present
Psychotherapist, Outpatient Clinic for Psychotherapy (Psychotherapieambulanz Marburg, PAM), Marburg, Germany
March 2013 - April 2016 
Research Associate, Clinical Biopsychology, Dept. of Psychology, University of Marburg, Germany
May 2011 - August 2013
Research Assistant, Department of Neuroscientific Therapy Research (Prof. R. Dodel), University Medical Centre, Marburg, Germany
Nov 2009 - Feb 2010 Research Assistant, Behavioural Neuroscience (Prof. R. Schwarting), Deptartment of Psychology, University of Marburg, Germany
June – Dec 2009 Research Assistant, Department of Medical Sociology (Prof. H. Mueller), University Medical Centre, Marburg, Germany

Education
Sep 2013 - present       
Training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Institute of Psychotherapy Marburg (Institut fuer Psychotherapieausbildung Marburg, IPAM, Prof. W. Rief), Germany
March 2013 - Aug 2016
Ph.D. student
Clinical Biopsychology, Marburg, Germany
(Supervisor: Prof. U. M. Nater)
2007- 2012  

Dipl.Psych (M. Sc.)

Department of Psychology, University of Marburg, Germany               
Title of master thesis:"How does music influence students‘ experience of stress? An ambulatory assessment study"
(Supervisor: Prof. U.M. Nater)
July – Dec 2010 Study Abroad at University of Western Australia, Perth, WA, Australia
Feb -June 2010 Study Abraod Scholarship “Hassia-Queensland Program “                                          
Central Queensland University, Rockhampton, QLD, Australia
2007
School Leaving Examination (Abitur) at Archi-Gymnasium, Soest, Germany

Teaching
Oct 2014 - Feb 2015
Class on Diagnostic Methods in Clinical Psychology
April 2014 - July 2014 
Class on Affective Disorders
Oct 2013 - Feb 2014 
Class on Diagnostic Methods in Clinical Psychology


Internships

Aug/Sept 2012             
Core-Unit BrainImaging, Clinic for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, University Medical Centre, Marburg, Germany
Jan -April 2011   Neuropsychological Department of Charité Centre for Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, Clinical Centre Charité, Berlin, Germany
July/Aug 2008 Psychological Department at Penitentiary Werl, Germany


Research Interests

The effect of music listening on health-related outcomes

Ecological momentary assessment


Awards

Peer Mentoring Program of the section Health Psychology (Fachgruppe Gesundheitspsychologie) of German Society for Psychology (DGPs)

Travel Award, DAAD, 72nd Annual Meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society (APS) in San Francisco, USA, 2014


Ad hoc reviewer for scientific journals

Gerontologist

Psychology & Health

Psychoneuroendocrinology

PLOS One

 

Publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

Linnemann, A., Strahler, Nater, U.M. (2016). The stress-reducing eect of music listening varies depending on the social context. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 72, 97-105

Strahler, J., Doerr, J.M., Ditzen, B., Linnemann, A., Skoluda, N., Nater, U.M. (2016). Physical activity buers fatigue only under low chronic stress. Stress, 19(5), 535-541.

Skoluda, N., Linnemann, A., & Nater, U. M. (2016). The role of week(end)-day and awakening time on cortisol and alpha-amylase awakening responses. Stress, 19(3), 333-338.

Linnemann, A., Kappert, M.B., Fischer, S., Doerr, J.M., Strahler, J., & Nater, U.M. (2015). The effects of music listening on pain and stress in the daily life of patients with fibromyalgia syndrome. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2015.00434

Linnemann, A., Ditzen, B., Strahler, J., Doerr, J.M., Nater, U.M. (2015) Music listening as a means of stress reduction in daily life. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 60(0), 82-90.

Doerr, J. M., Ditzen, B., Strahler, J., Linnemann, A., Ziemek, J., Skoluda, N., Hoppmann, C. A., Nater, U. M. (2015). Reciprocal relationship between acute stress and acute fatigue in everyday life in a sample of university students. Biological Psychology, 110, 42-49.

Linnemann, A., Thoma, M.V., & Nater, U.M. (2015). Offenheit für Erfahrungen als Indikator für Offenohrigkeit im jungen Erwachsenenalter? Individuelle Unterschiede und Stabilität der Musikpräferenz [Openness to Experience as Indicator for Open-Earedness in Young Adulthood? Individual Differences and Stability of Music Preference]. Musikpsychologie, 24(0), 198-222.

Reese, J. P., Wienemann, G., John, A., Linnemann, A., Balzer-Geldsetzer, M., Mueller, U. O., Eienbröker, C., Tackenberg, B., Dodel, R. (2013). Preference-based Health status in a German outpatient cohort with multiple sclerosis. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 11(1), 162.

 

Published Abstracts

Kappert, M. B., Linnemann, A., Nater, U. M., Spoerri, C., Ehlert, U., Ditzen, B. (2016). Eects of music listening on stress and couple interaction in everyday life. Psychosomatic Medicine, 78 (3), A102.

Linnemann, A., Strahler, & Nater, U.M. (2015). The stress-reducing effect of music listening in daily life is determined by social context factors. Psychosomatic Medicine, 77(3), A51.

Linnemann, A., Ditzen, B., Strahler,J., Doerr, J.M., & Nater, U.M. (2014). Listening to Music is Good for your Health - Findings from two Momentary Assessment Studies. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 21(Suppl. 1), S210-211.

Strahler, J., Linnemann, A., Ditzen, B., Doerr, J.M., Skoluda, N., & Nater, U.M. (2014). Effekte von physischer Aktivität und Musikhören auf das subjektive Befinden: Neuroendokrine Mechanismen. [Effects of Physical Activity and Listening to Music on subjective well-being: Neuroendocrine Mechanisms] In Frank, R., Nixdorf, I., Ehrlenspiel, F., Geipel, A., Mornell, A., & Beckmann, J. (2014). Performing Under Pressure. Schriften der Deutschen Vereinigung für Sportwissenschaft. Band 234. Deutsche Vereinigung für Sportwissenschaft (Hrsg.). Hamburg: Feldhaus Verlag.

Linnemann, A., Ditzen, B., Strahler, J., Doerr, J.M., Nater, U.M. (2014) Music Listening Reduces Stress in Daily Life - A Psychobiological Perspective. Psychosomatic Medicine, 76, A82.

 

Conference Presentations

Linnemann, A., Reddemann, L., Leonhardt, A-M, Nater, U.M. (2016). ‘Hurts like Heaven’ - An experimental investigation on the pain-reducing effect of listening to music. Talk given at the 58th Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP) in Heidelberg, Germany.

Kappert, M. B., Linnemann, A., Nater, U. M., Spoerri, C., Ehlert, U., Ditzen, B. (2016). Effects of music listening on stress and couple interaction in everyday life. Poster presented at the 74th Annual Meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society (APS) in Denver, USA.

Linnemann, A., Nater, U. M., Spoerri, C., Ehlert, U. & Ditzen, B. (2016). Einflüsse von Musikhören im Alltag auf Stresserleben und Interaktionsverhalten von Paaren [Effects of music listening on stress and couple interaction in everyday life]. Talk given at the 15th conference of the German Society for Behavioral Medicine (DGVM) in Mainz, Germany.

Linnemann, A., Reddemann, L., Nater, U.M. (2016). Eine experimentelle Untersuchung des schmerzreduzierenden Effekts von Musikhören [An experimental investigation oft he pain-reducing effect of music listening]. Poster presented at the 15th conference of the German Society for Behavioral Medicine (DGVM) in Mainz, Germany.

Linnemann, A., Wenzel, M., Grammes, J., Kubiak, T., & Nater, U.M. (2015). Musik und Gesundheit - Eine Untersuchung der Mechanismen der stressreduzierenden Wirkung von Musik im Alltag [Music and Health - A study investigating the mechanisms underlying the stress-reducing effect if listening to music in daily life]. Talk given at the 12th conference of the section Health Psychology (Fachgruppe Gesundheitspsychologie) of German Society for Psychology (DGPs) in Graz, Austria.

Linnemann, A.
, Kappert, M.B., Fischer, S., Doerr, J.M., Strahler, J., & Nater, U.M. (2015). Can Music Ease the Pain? – Eine Untersuchung der schmerzreduzierenden Wirkung von Musikhören im Alltag bei Patientinnen mit Fibromyalgie [Can Music Ease the Pain? A study on the pain reducing effects of listening to music in the daily life of patients with fibromyalgia syndrome]. Talk given at the yearly conference of the German society for music psychology (DGM) in Oldenburg, Germany.

Schnersch, A., Linnemann, A., & Nater, U.M. (2015). Quantität ist nicht gleich Qualität: Eine Untersuchung der Rolle sozialer Kontakte hinsichtlich der positiven Wirkung von Chorsingen [Quantity does not equal quality:A study about the role of social contacts concerning positive effects of choral singing]. Poster Presented at the yearly conference of the German society for music psychology (DGM) in Oldenburg, Germany.

Wenzel, M., Linnemann, A., Grammes, J., Nater, U.M., Kubiak, T. (2015). Big brother is listening to you - Investigating the machanisms underlying the health-beneficial effect of music listening in daily life. Poster presented at the yearly conference of the Society for Ambulatory Assessment (SAA) in State College, USA.

Linnemann, A., Strahler, & Nater, U.M. (2015). The stress-reducing effect of music listening in daily life is determined by social context factors. Poster presented at the 73rd Annual Meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society (APS) in Savannah, USA.

Linnemann, A., Strahler, & Nater, U.M. (2014). Der stressreduzierende Effekt von Musikhören im Alltag wird über soziale Einflussfaktoren vermittelt [The stress-reducing effect of listening to music is mediated by social characteristics of the listening situation]. Talk given at the yearly conference of the German society for music psychology (DGM) in Erlangen, Germany.

Linnemann, A., Ditzen, B., Strahler,J., Doerr, J.M., & Nater, U.M. (2014). Listening to Music is Good for your Health - Findings from two Momentary Assessment Studies. Talk given at the 13th International Congress of Behavioral Medicine, Groningen, The Netherlands.

Strahler, J., Linnemann, A., Ditzen, B., Doerr, J.M., Skoluda, N., & Nater, U.M. (2014). Stressreduzierende Effekte von Musikhören im Alltag: Neuroendokrine Mechanismen [Stress Buffering Effects of Music Listening in Daily Life: Neuroendocrine Mechanisms]. Poster presented at the 40. Annual Meeting „Psychologie und Gehirn“ of the DGPA and DGPs, June 19.-21, Luebeck, Germany.

Linnemann, A., Ditzen, B., Strahler, J., Doerr, J.M., Nater, U.M. (2014). Musikhören reduziert Stress im Alltag - Befunde von zwei ambulanten Assessment-Studien [Music Listening Reduces Stress in Daily Life - Findings from Two Ambulatory Assessment Studies]. Poster presented at the 32nd symposium of the German Society for Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy (DGPs Fachgruppe), Braunschweig, Germany.

Linnemann, A., Ditzen, B., Strahler, J., Doerr, J.M., Nater, U.M. (2014) Music Listening Reduces Stress in Daily Life - A Psychobiological Perspective. Poster presented at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society (APS) in San Francisco, USA.

Linnemann, A., Ditzen, B., Strahler, J., Doerr, J.M., Nater, U.M. (2013). Musik und Stress im Alltag – Wie kann Musik effektiv zur Stressbewältigung eingesetzt werden? [Music and Stress in Daily Life - How music can be effectively employed for stress reduction purposes] Talk given at the yearly conference of German society for music psychology (DGM) in Frankfurt a.M., Germany.

Linnemann, A., Ditzen, B., Strahler, J., Doerr, J.M., Nater, U.M. (2013). Music as a Means of Stress Reduction in Daily Life – An Ambulatory Assessment Study among Students. Poster presented at the 3. International Conference on Music and Emotion in Jyväskylä, Finland.

Bach, J.-P., Linnemann, A., Rieke, J., Balzer-Geldsetzer, M., Nölker, C., Oertel, W., Dodel, R. (2012). Die Bürde der Parkinson Erkrankung - Eine 10 Jahres Follow up Studie. [The Burden of Parkinson’s Disease – A 10-year Follow-Up Study] Poster presented at the yearly conference of the German neurological society (DGN), Hamburg, Germany.

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