Bewegungstraining bei unipolarer Depression

Projektzeitraum: 2017-03-01 – 2018-12-31
Thomas Schack
Thomas Schack, Udo Schneider
Fakultät für Psychologie und Sportwissenschaft > Abteilung Sportwissenschaft > Arbeitsbereich II - Neurokognition und Bewegung - Biomechanik
Depression disorders are frequent (about 8 % prevalence) and their severity is often underestimated. In this project, we investigate the consequences of physical exercise as part of a therapeutic procedure on depression at different levels (possibly extended to self-instruction procedures). Cognitive effects and behavioural changes will be tested together with neurophysiological consequences that may result from the above-mentioned treatment supplement (physical exercise). This project is based on the bio-psycho-social model of the genesis of depression. The proposed treatment supplement is derived from a depression model that focuses on neuroplastic processes and permits specific predictions about what improvements can be expected. Furthermore, this project offers ample possibilities to gain new insights into the neurobiological processes of depression and changes during treatment.
Land Nordrhein-Westfalen

3 Publikationen

2018 | Kurzbeitrag Konferenz / Poster | Veröffentlicht | PUB-ID: 2931841
Untersuchung der koordinativen Fähigkeiten für ein Bewegungstraining bei unipolarer Depression
Schwarzer C, Brüchle W, Koester D, Schack T, Schneider H-U, Rosenkranz K (2018)
Zeitschrift für Neuropsychologie 29(3): S 199.
2018 | Kurzbeitrag Konferenz / Poster | PUB-ID: 2933758
Physical exercise and unipolar depression. Effects on cognition, neuroplasticity, depression and coordinative movement skills
Brüchle W, Schwarzer C, Koester D, Schack T, Schneider U, Rosenkranz K (2018)
Presented at the 12th CeBiTec Symposium: Big data in medicine and biotechnology, Bielefeld.
2019 | Zeitschriftenaufsatz | Veröffentlicht | PUB-ID: 2937317
P10 Physical exercise in major depressive disorder: effects on neuroplasticity, cognition and clinical symptoms
Brüchle W, Schwarzer C, Berns C, Scho S, Schneefeld J, Koester D, Schack T, Schneider U, Rosenkranz K (2019)
Clinical Neurophysiology 130(8): e149-e150.