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Prof. Dr. Jochen Baumeister

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Prof. Dr. Jochen Baumeister
2018 - heute

Universitätsprofessor für Trainings- und Neurowissenschaften

Department Sport & Gesundheit, Universität Paderborn

2013 - heute

apl. Universitätsprofessor für Physiotherapie

Department of Interdisciplinary Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Stellenbosch University, South Africa

2016 - 2018

Universitätsprofessor für Sport und Gesundheit

Institut für Gesundheit, Ernährung und Sportwissenschaften, Europa-Universität Flensburg

2015 - 2016

Vertretungsprofessor für Bewegung- und Trainingswissenschaften

Department Sport & Gesundheit, Universität Paderborn

2013 - 2014

Universitätsprofessor für Bewegungswissenschaft

Department of Neuroscience, Faculty of Medicine, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway

2008 - 2012

wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (Postdoktorand)

Sportmedizinisches Institut, Department Sport & Gesundheit, Universität Paderborn

2011

Gastprofessor

Faculty of Sport Sciences, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan

2002 - 2007

wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (Doktorand)

Sportmedizinisches Institut, Department Sport & Gesundheit, Universität Paderborn

2000 - 2001

wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Institut für Sport und Sportwissenschaften, Universität Karlsruhe


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2022

Ecological Validity in Exercise Neuroscience Research: A Systematic Investigation

M. Chang, D. Büchel, K. Reinecke, T. Lehmann, J. Baumeister, European Journal of Neuroscience (2022)

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Continuous table tennis is associated with processing in frontal brain areas: an EEG approach

A. Visser, D. Büchel, T. Lehmann, J. Baumeister, Experimental Brain Research (2022)

<jats:title>Abstract</jats:title><jats:p>Coordinative challenging exercises in changing environments referred to as open-skill exercises seem to be beneficial on cognitive function. Although electroencephalographic research allows to investigate changes in cortical processing during movement, information about cortical dynamics during open-skill exercise is lacking. Therefore, the present study examines frontal brain activation during table tennis as an open-skill exercise compared to cycling exercise and a cognitive task. 21 healthy young adults conducted three blocks of table tennis, cycling and n-back task. Throughout the experiment, cortical activity was measured using 64-channel EEG system connected to a wireless amplifier. Cortical activity was analyzed calculating theta power (4–7.5 Hz) in frontocentral clusters revealed from independent component analysis. Repeated measures ANOVA was used to identify within subject differences between conditions (table tennis, cycling, n-back; <jats:italic>p</jats:italic> &lt; .05). ANOVA revealed main-effects of condition on theta power in frontal (<jats:italic>p</jats:italic> &lt; .01, <jats:italic>η</jats:italic><jats:sub>p</jats:sub><jats:sup>2</jats:sup> = 0.35) and frontocentral (<jats:italic>p</jats:italic> &lt; .01, <jats:italic>η</jats:italic><jats:sub>p</jats:sub><jats:sup>2</jats:sup> = 0.39) brain areas. Post-hoc tests revealed increased theta power in table tennis compared to cycling in frontal brain areas (<jats:italic>p</jats:italic> &lt; .05, <jats:italic>d</jats:italic> = 1.42). In frontocentral brain areas, theta power was significant higher in table tennis compared to cycling (<jats:italic>p</jats:italic> &lt; .01, <jats:italic>d</jats:italic> = 1.03) and table tennis compared to the cognitive task (<jats:italic>p</jats:italic> &lt; .01, <jats:italic>d</jats:italic> = 1.06). Increases in theta power during continuous table tennis may reflect the increased demands in perception and processing of environmental stimuli during open-skill exercise. This study provides important insights that support the beneficial effect of open-skill exercise on brain function and suggest that using open-skill exercise may serve as an intervention to induce activation of the frontal cortex.</jats:p>


Increased Cognitive Demands Affect Agility Performance in Female Athletes - Implications for Testing and Training of Agility in Team Ball Sports

D. Büchel, A. Gokeler, P. Heuvelmans, J. Baumeister, Perceptual and Motor Skills (2022), 003151252211086

<jats:p> Agility, a key component of team ball sports, describes an athlete´s ability to move fast in response to changing environments. While agility requires basic cognitive functions like processing speed, it also requires more complex cognitive processes like working memory and inhibition. Yet, most agility tests restrict an assessment of cognitive processes to simple reactive times that lack ecological validity. Our aim in this study was to assess agility performance by means of total time on two agility tests with matched motor demands but with both low and high cognitive demands. We tested 22 female team athletes on SpeedCourt, using a simple agility test (SAT) that measured only processing speed and a complex agility test (CAT) that required working memory and inhibition. We found excellent to good reliability for both our SAT (ICC = .79) and CAT (ICC =.70). Lower agility performance on the CAT was associated with increased agility total time and split times ( p &lt; .05). These results demonstrated that agility performance depends on the complexity of cognitive demands. There may be interference-effects between motor and cognitive performances, reducing speed when environmental information becomes more complex. Future studies should consider agility training models that implement complex cognitive stimuli to challenge athletes according to competitive demands. This will also allow scientists and practitioners to tailor tests to talent identification, performance development and injury rehabilitation. </jats:p>


Cortical responses to sport-specific stimuli in a standing stop signal task

H. Scharfen, T. Lehmann, D. Büchel, J. Baumeister, Psychology of Sport and Exercise (2022), 102250

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2021

Exploring intensity-dependent modulations in EEG resting-state network efficiency induced by exercise

D. Büchel, Sandbakk, J. Baumeister, European Journal of Applied Physiology (2021), pp. 2423-2435

<jats:title>Abstract</jats:title><jats:sec> <jats:title>Purpose</jats:title> <jats:p>Exhaustive cardiovascular load can affect neural processing and is associated with decreases in sensorimotor performance. The purpose of this study was to explore intensity-dependent modulations in brain network efficiency in response to treadmill running assessed from resting-state electroencephalography (EEG) measures.</jats:p> </jats:sec><jats:sec> <jats:title>Methods</jats:title> <jats:p>Sixteen trained participants were tested for individual peak oxygen uptake (VO<jats:sub>2 peak</jats:sub>) and performed an incremental treadmill exercise at 50% (10 min), 70% (10 min) and 90% speed VO<jats:sub>2 peak</jats:sub> (all-out) followed by cool-down running and active recovery. Before the experiment and after each stage, borg scale (BS), blood lactate concentration (B<jats:sub>La</jats:sub>), resting heartrate (HR<jats:sub>rest</jats:sub>) and 64-channel EEG resting state were assessed. To analyze network efficiency, graph theory was applied to derive small world index (SWI) from EEG data in theta, alpha-1 and alpha-2 frequency bands.</jats:p> </jats:sec><jats:sec> <jats:title>Results</jats:title> <jats:p>Analysis of variance for repeated measures revealed significant main effects for intensity on BS, B<jats:sub>La</jats:sub>, HR<jats:sub>rest</jats:sub> and SWI. While BS, B<jats:sub>La</jats:sub> and HR<jats:sub>rest</jats:sub> indicated maxima after all-out, SWI showed a reduction in the theta network after all-out.</jats:p> </jats:sec><jats:sec> <jats:title>Conclusion</jats:title> <jats:p>Our explorative approach suggests intensity-dependent modulations of resting-state brain networks, since exhaustive exercise temporarily reduces brain network efficiency. Resting-state network assessment may prospectively play a role in training monitoring by displaying the readiness and efficiency of the central nervous system in different training situations.</jats:p> </jats:sec>


Stance leg and surface stability modulate cortical activity during human single leg stance

D. Büchel, T. Lehmann, S. Ullrich, J. Cockcroft, Q. Louw, J. Baumeister, Experimental Brain Research (2021), pp. 1193-1202

<jats:title>Abstract </jats:title><jats:p>Mobile Electroencephalography (EEG) provides insights into cortical contributions to postural control. Although changes in theta (4–8 Hz) and alpha frequency power (8–12 Hz) were shown to reflect attentional and sensorimotor processing during balance tasks, information about the effect of stance leg on cortical processing related to postural control is lacking. Therefore, the aim was to examine patterns of cortical activity during single-leg stance with varying surface stability. EEG and force plate data from 21 healthy males (22.43 ± 2.23 years) was recorded during unipedal stance (left/right) on a stable and unstable surface. Using source-space analysis, power spectral density was analyzed in the theta, alpha-1 (8–10 Hz) and alpha-2 (10–12 Hz) frequency bands. Repeated measures ANOVA with the factors leg and surface stability revealed significant interaction effects in the left (<jats:italic>p</jats:italic> = 0.045, <jats:italic>η</jats:italic><jats:sub><jats:italic>p</jats:italic></jats:sub><jats:sup>2</jats:sup> = 0.13) and right motor clusters (<jats:italic>F</jats:italic> = 16.156; <jats:italic>p</jats:italic> = 0.001, <jats:italic>η</jats:italic><jats:sub><jats:italic>p</jats:italic></jats:sub><jats:sup>2</jats:sup> = 0.41). Furthermore, significant main effects for surface stability were observed for the fronto-central cluster (theta), left and right motor (alpha-1), as well as for the right parieto-occipital cluster (alpha-1/alpha-2). Leg dependent changes in alpha-2 power may indicate lateralized patterns of cortical processing in motor areas during single-leg stance. Future studies may therefore consider lateralized patterns of cortical activity for the interpretation of postural deficiencies in unilateral lower limb injuries.</jats:p>


Functional Cortical Connectivity Related to Postural Control in Patients Six Weeks After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

T. Lehmann, D. Büchel, C. Mouton, A. Gokeler, R. Seil, J. Baumeister, Frontiers in Human Neuroscience (2021)

<jats:p>Whereas initial findings have already identified cortical patterns accompanying proprioceptive deficiencies in patients after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR), little is known about compensatory sensorimotor mechanisms for re-establishing postural control. Therefore, the aim of the present study was to explore leg dependent patterns of cortical contributions to postural control in patients 6 weeks following ACLR. A total of 12 patients after ACLR (25.1 ± 3.2 years, 178.1 ± 9.7 cm, 77.5 ± 14.4 kg) and another 12 gender, age, and activity matched healthy controls participated in this study. All subjects performed 10 × 30 s. single leg stances on each leg, equipped with 64-channel mobile electroencephalography (EEG). Postural stability was quantified by area of sway and sway velocity. Estimations of the weighted phase lag index were conducted as a cortical measure of functional connectivity. The findings showed significant group × leg interactions for increased functional connectivity in the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injured leg, predominantly including fronto−parietal [<jats:italic>F</jats:italic><jats:sub>(1, 22)</jats:sub> = 8.41, <jats:italic>p</jats:italic> ≤ 0.008, η<jats:sup>2</jats:sup> = 0.28], fronto−occipital [<jats:italic>F</jats:italic><jats:sub>(1, 22)</jats:sub> = 4.43, <jats:italic>p</jats:italic> ≤ 0.047, η<jats:sup>2</jats:sup> = 0.17], parieto−motor [<jats:italic>F</jats:italic><jats:sub>(1, 22)</jats:sub> = 10.30, <jats:italic>p</jats:italic> ≤ 0.004, η<jats:sup>2</jats:sup> = 0.32], occipito−motor [<jats:italic>F</jats:italic><jats:sub>(1, 22)</jats:sub> = 5.21, <jats:italic>p</jats:italic> ≤ 0.032, η<jats:sup>2</jats:sup> = 0.19], and occipito−parietal [<jats:italic>F</jats:italic><jats:sub>(1, 22)</jats:sub> = 4.60, <jats:italic>p</jats:italic> ≤ 0.043, η<jats:sup>2</jats:sup> = 0.17] intra−hemispherical connections in the contralateral hemisphere and occipito−motor [<jats:italic>F</jats:italic><jats:sub>(1, 22)</jats:sub> = 7.33, <jats:italic>p</jats:italic> ≤ 0.013, η<jats:sup>2</jats:sup> = 0.25] on the ipsilateral hemisphere to the injured leg. Higher functional connectivity in patients after ACLR, attained by increased emphasis of functional connections incorporating the somatosensory and visual areas, may serve as a compensatory mechanism to control postural stability of the injured leg in the early phase of rehabilitation. These preliminary results may help to develop new neurophysiological assessments for detecting functional deficiencies after ACLR in the future.</jats:p>


PIVOT: A Parsimonious End-to-End Learning Framework for Valuing Player Actions in Handball using Tracking Data

O. Müller, M. Caron, M. Döring, T. Heuwinkel, J. Baumeister, in: 8th Workshop on Machine Learning and Data Mining for Sports Analytics (ECML PKDD 2021), 2021

Over the last years, several approaches for the data-driven estimation of expected possession value (EPV) in basketball and association football (soccer) have been proposed. In this paper, we develop and evaluate PIVOT: the first such framework for team handball. Accounting for the fast-paced, dynamic nature and relative data scarcity of hand- ball, we propose a parsimonious end-to-end deep learning architecture that relies solely on tracking data. This efficient approach is capable of predicting the probability that a team will score within the near future given the fine-grained spatio-temporal distribution of all players and the ball over the last seconds of the game. Our experiments indicate that PIVOT is able to produce accurate and calibrated probability estimates, even when trained on a relatively small dataset. We also showcase two interactive applications of PIVOT for valuing actual and counterfactual player decisions and actions in real-time.


EEG-derived brain graphs are reliable measures for exploring exercise-induced changes in brain networks

D. Büchel, T. Lehmann, Sandbakk, J. Baumeister, Scientific Reports (2021)

<jats:title>Abstract</jats:title><jats:p>The interaction of acute exercise and the central nervous system evokes increasing interest in interdisciplinary research fields of neuroscience. Novel approaches allow to monitor large-scale brain networks from mobile electroencephalography (EEG) applying graph theory, but it is yet uncertain whether brain graphs extracted after exercise are reliable. We therefore aimed to investigate brain graph reliability extracted from resting state EEG data before and after submaximal exercise twice within one week in male participants. To obtain graph measures, we extracted global small-world-index (SWI), clustering coefficient (CC) and characteristic path length (PL) based on weighted phase leg index (wPLI) and spectral coherence (Coh) calculation. For reliability analysis, Intraclass-Correlation-Coefficient (ICC) and Coefficient of Variation (CoV) were computed for graph measures before (REST) and after POST) exercise. Overall results revealed poor to excellent measures at PRE and good to excellent ICCs at POST in the theta, alpha-1 and alpha-2, beta-1 and beta-2 frequency band. Based on bootstrap-analysis, a positive effect of exercise on reliability of wPLI based measures was observed, while exercise induced a negative effect on reliability of Coh-based graph measures. Findings indicate that brain graphs are a reliable tool to analyze brain networks in exercise contexts, which might be related to the neuroregulating effect of exercise inducing functional connections within the connectome. Relative and absolute reliability demonstrated good to excellent reliability after exercise. Chosen graph measures may not only allow analysis of acute, but also longitudinal studies in exercise-scientific contexts. </jats:p>


2020

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

P. Anders, H. Müller, N. Skjæret-Maroni, B. Vereijken, J. Baumeister, Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing (2020), 85, pp. 2673-2683


Modulations of Inter-Hemispherical Phase Coupling in Human Single Leg Stance.

T. Lehmann, D. Büchel, J. Cockcroft, Q. Louw, J. Baumeister, Neuroscience (2020), 430, pp. 63-72


Electrocortical dynamics differentiate athletes exhibiting low- and high- ACL injury risk biomechanics.

S. Bonnette, J. Diekfuss, D. Grooms, A. Kiefer, M. Riley, C. Riehm, C. Moore, K. Barber Foss, C. DiCesare, J. Baumeister, G. Myer, Psychophysiology (2020), 57(4), pp. e13530


2019


Effect of playing position and time on-court on activity profiles in german elite team handball

D. Büchel, R. Jakobsmeyer, M. Döring, M. Adams, U. Rückert, J. Baumeister, International Journal of Performance Analysis in Sport (2019), pp. 832-844

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Neuroplastic changes in anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction patients from neuromechanical decoupling.

Y. An, A. DiTrani Lobacz, T. Lehmann, J. Baumeister, W. Rose, J. Higginson, J. Rosen, C. Swanik, Scand J Med Sci Sports (2019), 29(2), pp. 251-258


Correction to: Principles of Motor Learning to Support Neuroplasticity After ACL Injury: Implications for Optimizing Performance and Reducing Risk of Second ACL Injury.

A. Gokeler, D. Neuhaus, A. Benjaminse, D. Grooms, J. Baumeister, Sports Med (2019), 49(6), pp. 979


Effect of playing position and time on-court on activity profiles in german elite team handball

D. Büchel, R. Jakobsmeyer, M. Döring, M. Adams, U. Rückert, J. Baumeister, International Journal Performance Analysis in Sports (2019), 19(2), pp. 832-844


Effects of different visual conditions on standing balance in a virtual reality scene: a pilot study

S. Vogt, D. Neuhaus, J. Baumeister. Effects of different visual conditions on standing balance in a virtual reality scene: a pilot study. In: , 2019.


Effects of an augmented reality training using a myoelectric hand prosthesis: a pilot study

D. Neuhaus, S. Vogt, A. Boschmann, S. Dosen, J. Baumeister. Effects of an augmented reality training using a myoelectric hand prosthesis: a pilot study. In: , 2019.


A preliminary prospective Analysis of electrocortical signatures underlying ACL injury

S. Bonnette, J. Diekfuss, K. Barber Foss, C. DiCesare, M.. Riley, C. Riehm, C. Moore, D. Grooms, G. Myer, J. Baumeister. A preliminary prospective Analysis of electrocortical signatures underlying ACL injury. In: , 2019.


Muscle activity patterns in imitation ski jumps

L. Claussen, J. Baumeister, S. Braaten, G. Ettema. Muscle activity patterns in imitation ski jumps. In: , 2019.


Effect of age on reactive multidirectional speed in highly trained youth soccer players

D. Büchel, T. Lehmann, J. Baumeister. Effect of age on reactive multidirectional speed in highly trained youth soccer players. In: , 2019.


Sports-specific differences in reactive multidirectional speed in tema sports athletes using the Speedcourt

D. Büchel, M. Döring, F. Berkel, J. Baumeister. Sports-specific differences in reactive multidirectional speed in tema sports athletes using the Speedcourt. In: , 2019.


New Quick And Easy Publication - Will be edited by LibreCat team

J. Baumeister, Quick And Easy Journal Title (2019)


Negative Emotion and Joint-Stiffness Regulation Strategies After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury.

Y. An, A. Lobacz, J. Baumeister, W. Rose, J. Higginson, J. Rosen, C. Swanik, J Athl Train (2019)


Virtual reality interventions for balance prevention and rehabilitation after musculoskeletal lower limb impairments in young up to middle-aged adults: A comprehensive review on used technology, balance outcome measures and observed effects.

S. Vogt, N. Skjæret-Maroni, D. Neuhaus, J. Baumeister, Int J Med Inform (2019), 126, pp. 46-58


Phase Coupling of Bilateral Motor Areas Decreases from Bipedal to Single Leg Stance

T. Lehmann, D. Büchel, J. Cockcroft, Q. Louw, J. Baumeister. Phase Coupling of Bilateral Motor Areas Decreases from Bipedal to Single Leg Stance. In: OHBM Annual Meeting, Rom, 2019.


Effects of Acute Physical Exercise With Low and High Cognitive Demands on Executive Functions in Children: A Systematic Review.

L. Paschen, T. Lehmann, M. Kehne, J. Baumeister, Pediatr Exerc Sci (2019), 31(3), pp. 267-281


Principles of Motor Learning to Support Neuroplasticity After ACL Injury: Implications for Optimizing Performance and Reducing Risk of Second ACL Injury.

A. Gokeler, D. Neuhaus, A. Benjaminse, D. Grooms, J. Baumeister, Sports Med (2019), 49(6), pp. 853-865


Neuroplastic changes in anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction patients from neuromechanical decoupling.

Y. An, A. DiTrani Lobacz, T. Lehmann, J. Baumeister, W. Rose, J. Higginson, J. Rosen, C. Swanik, Scand J Med Sci Sports (2019), 29(2), pp. 251-258


2018

The Relationship between Sensory Responses to Ankle Joint Loading and Corticomotor Excitability

A. Needle, J. Baumeister, W. Farquahr, J. Greaney, J. Higginson, T. Kaminski, C. Swanik, Int J Neuroscience (2018), 128(5), pp. 435-441


Comparison of postural stability in the ACL deficient and reconstructed leg: a Meta analysis

T. Lehmann, L. Paschen, J. Baumeister. Comparison of postural stability in the ACL deficient and reconstructed leg: a Meta analysis. In: , 2018.


Negative emotional stimuli increase neurocognitive processing in the brain

Y. An, A. DiTrani Lobacz, J. Baumeister, C. Swanik. Negative emotional stimuli increase neurocognitive processing in the brain. In: , 2018.


Exploring Functional Brain Connectivity of Postural Control in Upright Stance

T. Lehmann, D. Büchel, J. Cockcroft, Q. Louw, J. Baumeister. Exploring Functional Brain Connectivity of Postural Control in Upright Stance. In: , 2018.


Effect of a cognitive dual-task on electrocortical activation during single leg stance

D. Büchel, T. Lehmann, J. Cockcroft, Q. Louw, J. Baumeister. Effect of a cognitive dual-task on electrocortical activation during single leg stance. In: , 2018.


Exergames Inherently Contain Cognitive Elements as Indicated by Cortical Processing

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

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2017

The Relationship Between Joint Stiffness and Muscle Activity in Unstable Ankles and Copers.

A. Needle, T. Kaminski, J. Baumeister, J. Higginson, W. Farquhar, C. Swanik, J Sport Rehabil (2017), 26(1), pp. 15-25


Objective impairments of glait and balance in adults living with HIV-1 infection: a systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies

K. Berner, L. Morris, J. Baumeister, Q. Louw, BMC Musculoskelet Disord (2017), 18(1), pp. 325


Altered brain activity during joint loading after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction

Y. An, A. DiTrani Lobacz, T. Lehmann, J. Baumeister, C. Swanik. Altered brain activity during joint loading after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. In: , 2017.


Altered cortical activation patterns following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction during joint loading

Y. An, A. DiTrani Lobacz, T. Lehmann, J. Baumeister, C. Swanik. Altered cortical activation patterns following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction during joint loading. In: , 2017.


Balance exergames increase cortical activity in frontal areas of the brain

P. Anders, T. Lehmann, H. Müller, I. Molde, K.. Gronvik, N. SkaeretMaroni, B. Vereijken, J. Baumeister. Balance exergames increase cortical activity in frontal areas of the brain. In: , 2017.


Single-Leg Assessment of Postural Stability After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury: a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

T. Lehmann, L. Paschen, J. Baumeister, Sports Med Open (2017), 3(1), pp. 32


2016

A Comparison of Frontal Theta Activity During Shooting among Biathletes and Cross-Country Skiers before and after Vigorous Exercise.

H. Luchsinger, S. Ø, M. Schubert, G. Ettema, J. Baumeister, PLoS One (2016), 11(3), pp. e0150461


Scalling of visually presented augmented feedback affects automatization in motor skill learning

D. Krause, C. Zobe, K. Blischke, J. Baumeister. Scalling of visually presented augmented feedback affects automatization in motor skill learning. In: , 2016.


Mental rotation of tactical instruction display affects processing demands and execution accuracy of playing patterns in basketball

T. Koopmann, D. Krause, Y. Steggemann-Weinrich, J. Baumeister. Mental rotation of tactical instruction display affects processing demands and execution accuracy of playing patterns in basketball. In: , 2016.


Positionsspezifischer Zusammenhang von Ausdauerleistungsfähigkeit und Laufleistung im Profifußball

D. Büchel, R. Grundmann, T. Koers, R. Jakobsmeyer, J. Baumeister. Positionsspezifischer Zusammenhang von Ausdauerleistungsfähigkeit und Laufleistung im Profifußball. In: , 2016.


Einfluss der Mehrbelastung Fußball-WM 2014 auf die Ausfalltage von Spielern der Fußball-Bundesliga

R. Grundmann, D. Büchel, T. Koers, R. Jakobsmeyer, J. Baumeister. Einfluss der Mehrbelastung Fußball-WM 2014 auf die Ausfalltage von Spielern der Fußball-Bundesliga. In: , 2016.


Evaluation eines Trainingsprogramms zur Steigerung der körperlichen Fitness von Büroangestellten

N. Rudolf, M. Krome, J. Baumeister, C. Reinsberger. Evaluation eines Trainingsprogramms zur Steigerung der körperlichen Fitness von Büroangestellten. In: , 2016.


Asymmetric Cortical Activity between limbs during Joint Loading

Y. An, A. DiTrani , A. Struminger, J. Baumeister, C. Swanik. Asymmetric Cortical Activity between limbs during Joint Loading. In: , 2016.


Neuromechanical links between cortical activity and knee stiffness during joint loading

Y. An, A. DiTrani, A. Struminger, T. Lehmann, J. Baumeister, C. Swanik. Neuromechanical links between cortical activity and knee stiffness during joint loading. In: , 2016.


2015

The effect of vision on knee biomechanics during functional activities - A systematic review.

Q. Louw, N. Gillion, S. van Niekerk, L. Morris, J. Baumeister, J Sci Med Sport (2015), 18(4), pp. 469-474


Evaluation eines Trainingsprogramms zur Verbesserung der kardiovaskulären Risikofaktoren bei Feuerwehrleuten

K. Reinecke, V. Scheer, C. Heitkamp, M. Wrenger, C. Reinsberger, J. Baumeister. Evaluation eines Trainingsprogramms zur Verbesserung der kardiovaskulären Risikofaktoren bei Feuerwehrleuten. In: , 2015.


Kortikale Netzwerkdynamik motorischer Kontrollprozesse - Grundlage zur Unterscuhung zentraler Ermüdung

M. Schubert, K. Reinecke, H. Heitkamp, C. Reinsberger, J. Baumeister. Kortikale Netzwerkdynamik motorischer Kontrollprozesse - Grundlage zur Unterscuhung zentraler Ermüdung. In: , 2015.


Neurophysiologische Biomarker im Leistungsfußball: eine Pilotuntersuchung

Z. Flore, R. Jakobsmeyer, R. Schnittker, J. Baumeister, C. Reinsberger. Neurophysiologische Biomarker im Leistungsfußball: eine Pilotuntersuchung. In: , 2015.


Talentdiagnostik im Nachwuchslesitungsfußball: eine retrospektive Analyse zur Ermittlung der Toptalente innerhalb der U19

K. Reinecke, M. Krome, D. Schrangs, J. Baumeister, C. Reinsberger. Talentdiagnostik im Nachwuchslesitungsfußball: eine retrospektive Analyse zur Ermittlung der Toptalente innerhalb der U19. In: , 2015.


Event-related causality in a cortical sensorimotor control network during precise finger force generations

M. Schubert, C. Reinsberger, J. Baumeister. Event-related causality in a cortical sensorimotor control network during precise finger force generations. In: , 2015.


2014

Changes in cortical beta activity related to a biceps brachii movement task while experiencing exercise induced muscle damage.

K. Plattner, M. Lambert, N. Tam, R. Lamberts, J. Baumeister, Physiol Behav (2014), 123, pp. 1-10


The response of cortical alpha activity to pain and neuromuscular changes caused by exercise-induced muscle damage.

K. Plattner, M. Lambert, N. Tam, J. Baumeister, Scand J Med Sci Sports (2014), 24(1), pp. 166-178


Neuromechanical coupling in the regulation of muscle tone and joint stiffness.

A. Needle, J. Baumeister, T. Kaminski, J. Higginson, W. Farquhar, C. Swanik, Scand J Med Sci Sports (2014), 24(5), pp. 737-748


Das kortikale Abbild sensomotorischer Kontrollprozesse - Grundlagen zur Untersuchung zentraler Ermüdung

M. Schubert, K. Reinecke, A. Pezeshkian, D. Fergland, C. Reinsberger, J. Baumeister. Das kortikale Abbild sensomotorischer Kontrollprozesse - Grundlagen zur Untersuchung zentraler Ermüdung. In: , 2014.


Veränderte Drop Jump Performance durch ein Maximalkrafttraining auf instabilen Unterstützungsflächen

R. Jakobsmeyer, D. Fergland, A. Pezeshkian, C. Reinsberger, C. Heitkamp, J. Baumeister. Veränderte Drop Jump Performance durch ein Maximalkrafttraining auf instabilen Unterstützungsflächen. In: , 2014.


2013

Brain activity in predictive sensorimotor control for landings: an EEG pilot study.

J. Baumeister, S. von Detten, S. van Niekerk, M. Schubert, E. Ageberg, Q. Louw, Int J Sports Med (2013), 34(12), pp. 1106-1111


Instrumented anterior mobilization of the ankle joint increases contralateral somatosensory cortex activation in healthy subjects

A. Needle, C. Swanik, M. Schubert, K. Reinecke, J. Higginson, J. Baumeister. Instrumented anterior mobilization of the ankle joint increases contralateral somatosensory cortex activation in healthy subjects . In: , 2013.


2012

Die Rolle des Gehirns nach Kreuzbandverletzungen - Ansatz für innovative Präventions- und Rehabilitationsprogramme

J. Baumeister, ForschungsForum (2012), 15, pp. 52-58


What the brain can tell us in musculoskeletal rehabilitation

J. Baumeister, J Sport Medic Doping Stud (2012), 2(3)


Effects of induced fatigue on brain activity during sensorimotor control

J. Baumeister, K. Reinecke, M. Schubert, J. Schade, M. Weiss, Eur J Appl Physiol (2012), 112(7), pp. 2475-2482


The response of cortical alpha activity to pain and neuromuscular changes caused by exercise induced muscle damage

K. Plattner, N. Tam, M. Lambert, J. Baumeister. The response of cortical alpha activity to pain and neuromuscular changes caused by exercise induced muscle damage. In: , 2012.


Approaching effective connectivity measures in exercise neuroscience

M. Schubert, T. Hansmeier, F. Koutsandreou, K. Reinecke, M. Weiß, J. Baumeister. Approaching effective connectivity measures in exercise neuroscience. In: , 2012.


Divergente kortikale Aktivierung nach erschöpfendem Kraft und Ausdauertraining: eine EEG Studie

K. Reinecke, M. Schubert, M. Weiß, J. Baumeister. Divergente kortikale Aktivierung nach erschöpfendem Kraft und Ausdauertraining: eine EEG Studie. In: , 2012.


Jonglieren steigert die Gehirnaktivität von Grundschülern

F. Koutsandreou, M. Cordes, M. Schubert, M. Weiß, J. Baumeister. Jonglieren steigert die Gehirnaktivität von Grundschülern. In: , 2012.


2011

Dissociation in changes in EMG activation during maximal isometric and submaximal low force dynamic contractions after exercise-induced muscle damage.

K. Plattner, J. Baumeister, R. Lamberts, M. Lambert, J Electromyogr Kinesiol (2011), 21(3), pp. 542-550


From lab to field conditions: A pilot study on EEG methodology in applied sports sciences

K. Reinecke, M. Cordes, C. Lerch, M. Schubert, F. Koutsandreou, M. Weiss, J. Baumeister, Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback (2011), 36(4), pp. 265-271


Effectiveness of injury prevention programs in female youth soccer: a systematic review

C. Lerch, M. Cordes, J. Baumeister. Effectiveness of injury prevention programs in female youth soccer: a systematic review. In: , 2011.


Dissociation in changes in EMG Activation during maximal isometric and submaximal low force dynamic contractions after exercise induced muscle damage

T. Plattner, J. Baumeister, R. Lamberts, M. Lambert. Dissociation in changes in EMG Activation during maximal isometric and submaximal low force dynamic contractions after exercise induced muscle damage. In: , 2011.


Effekte einer Jonglierintervention auf die kognitive Leistung und die Gehirnaktivität von Grundschülern

F. Koutsandreou, K. Reinecke, J. Schade, M. Cordes, M. Schubert, M. Kehne, A. Kämpfe, J. Baumeister. Effekte einer Jonglierintervention auf die kognitive Leistung und die Gehirnaktivität von Grundschülern. In: , 2011.


Brain activity during motor control is not influenced after exhaustive strength training

K. Reinecke, M. Schubert, J. Schade, M. Weiß, J. Baumeister. Brain activity during motor control is not influenced after exhaustive strength training. In: , 2011.


The influence of fatigue on landing strategies after a stop jump

S. Von Detten, D. Boguslawaski, U. Hanschke, M. Weiß, J. Baumeister. The influence of fatigue on landing strategies after a stop jump. In: , 2011.


2010

Brain activity in goal-directed movements in a real compared to a virtual environment using the Nintendo Wii.

J. Baumeister, K. Reinecke, M. Cordes, C. Lerch, M. Weiss, Neurosci Lett (2010), 481(1), pp. 47-50


Motor control and brain activity after prolonged exhaustive exercise: neurophysiological insights into fatigue

J. Baumeister, K. Reinecke, M. Schubert, M. Weiss. Motor control and brain activity after prolonged exhaustive exercise: neurophysiological insights into fatigue. In: , 2010.


Exhaustive exercise leads to changes in cortical activity and cognitive funktion

J. Baumeister, K. Reinecke, M. Schubert, M. Weiss. Exhaustive exercise leads to changes in cortical activity and cognitive funktion. In: , 2010.


Requirements and profile of German professional basketball

R. Schnittker, J. Baumeister, D. Paier, P. Wilhelm, M. Weiss. Requirements and profile of German professional basketball. In: , 2010.


The required number of epochs for representing brain states from spontaneous EEG

M. Schubert, K. Reinecke, J. Schade, M. Weiss, J. Baumeister. The required number of epochs for representing brain states from spontaneous EEG. In: , 2010.


Altered brain activity after an exhaustive strength training

K. Reinecke, M. Schubert, M. Weiss, J. Baumeister. Altered brain activity after an exhaustive strength training. In: , 2010.


The effect of visual perturbation during drop landings

S. Koplin, C. Kirchner, J. Koschate, M. Weiß, J. Baumeister. The effect of visual perturbation during drop landings. In: , 2010.


2008

Sensomotorik: Kreuzbandverletzung hinterläßt Spuren im Gehirn

J. Baumeister, Sportverl Sportschad (2008), 22(3), pp. 135-138


Influence of phasphatidylserine on cognitive performance and cortical activity after induced stress

J. Baumeister, T. Barthel, K. Geiss, M. Weiss, Nutr Neurosci (2008), 11(3), pp. 103-110


Cortical activity of skilled performance in a complex sports related motor task

J. Baumeister, K. Reinecke, H. Liesen, M. Weiss, Eur J Appl Physiol (2008), 104(625), pp. 625-631


Changed cortical activity after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in a joint position paradigm: an EEG study

J. Baumeister, K. Reinecke, M. Weiss, Scand J Med Sci Sports (2008), 18(4), pp. 473-484


2007

The effect of phosphatidylserine on golf performance.

R. Jäger, M. Purpura, K. Geiss, M. Weiß, J. Baumeister, F. Amatulli, L. Schröder, H. Herwegen, J Int Soc Sports Nutr (2007), 4, pp. 23


2004

Stressmodelle und Analyse der Hirntätigkeit

M. Weiß, T. Barthel, J. Baumeister, ForschungsForum (2004), 7, pp. 62-67


2002

Non-typical measurements during an isokinetic training session after ACL-reconstruction

J. Baumeister, M. Weiss, Sportverl Sportschad (2002), 16(2), pp. 74-79


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