Helen Müller

Exercise Science and Neuroscience

Research Associate

Office Address:
Harsewinkelweg 4
33100 Paderborn
Office hours:

Wednesdays, 13:00-14:00


Latest Publications

Exergaming in older adults: the effects of game characteristics on brain activity and physical activity

H.M. Müller, J. Baumeister, E.M. Bardal, B. Vereijken, N. Skjæret-Maroni, Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 15 (2023).

Performance and Brain Activity in Older Adults while Playing Leaning and Stepping Exergames

H.M. Müller, N. Skjæret-Maroni, B. Vereijken, J. Baumeister, in: 2022.

The influence of motor tasks and cut-off parameter selection on artifact subspace reconstruction in EEG recordings

P. Anders, H.M. Müller, N. Skjæret-Maroni, B. Vereijken, J. Baumeister, Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing 58 (2020) 2673–2683.

Exergames Inherently Contain Cognitive Elements as Indicated by Cortical Processing

P. Anders, T. Lehmann, H.M. Müller, K.B. Grønvik, N. Skjæret-Maroni, J. Baumeister, B. Vereijken, Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 12 (2018).

P108: Balance exergames improve movement characteristics of body weight transfer

P. Anders, K. Blix Grønvik, I. Molde, H.M. Müller, N. Skjæret-Maroni, B. Vereijken, Gait & Posture 57 (2017) 352–353.

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