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2016

Nelson, Andrew A.; Grahe, Jon E.; Ramseyer, Fabian (2016). Interacting in Flow: An Analysis of Rapport-Based Behavior as Optimal Experience. SAGE Open, 6(4), p. 215824401668417. SAGE 10.1177/2158244016684173

Babl, Anna Margarete; grosse Holtforth, Martin; Heer, Sara; Lin, Mu; Stähli, Annabarbara; Holstein, Dominique; Belz, Martina; Egenolf, Yvonne; Frischknecht, Eveline; Ramseyer, Fabian; Regli, Daniel; Schmied, Emma; Flückiger, Christoph; Brodbeck, Jeannette; Berger, Thomas; Caspar, Franz (2016). Psychotherapy integration under scrutiny: investigating the impact of integrating emotion-focused components into a CBT-based approach: a study protocol of a randomized controlled trial. BMC psychiatry, 16(1), p. 423. BioMed Central 10.1186/s12888-016-1136-7

Ramseyer, Fabian; Tschacher, Wolfgang (2016). Movement coordination in psychotherapy: Synchrony of hand movements is associated with session outcome. A single-case study. Nonlinear dynamics, psychology, and life sciences, 20(2), pp. 145-166. Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology and Life Sciences

2015

Ramseyer, Fabian (27 November 2015). Motion Energy Analysis (MEA) einer Sitzung [New research-results on the nonverbal fine-tuning between therapists and patients and the practice of paying attention to the nonverbal channel]. (Unpublished). In: Psychoanalytic Inderdisciplinary Conversation Research PICOR. International Psychoanalytic University Berlin. 27.11.-28.11.2015.

Ramseyer, Fabian; Znoj, Hans Jörg; Caspar, Franz (25 September 2015). The temporal evolution of nonverbal synchrony in outpatient psychotherapy: An aggregation of single-case studies (Unpublished). In: Meeting of the European chapter of the Society of Psychotherapy Research (SPR). Klagenfurt. 24.-26.09.2015.

Ramseyer, Fabian (2 July 2015). Neuere Forschungs-Ergebnisse zur nonverbalen Feinabstimmung von TherapeutIn und PatientIn und die Praxis der Beachtung des Nonverbalen (Unpublished). In: Sommerakademie of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Verhaltenstherapie. Universität Bern, Schweiz. 02.-04.07.15.

Kupper, Zeno; Ramseyer, Fabian; Hoffmann, Holger; Tschacher, Wolfgang (2015). Nonverbal synchrony in social interactions of patients with schizophrenia indicates socio-communicative deficits. PLoS ONE, 10(12), e0145882. Public Library of Science 10.1371/journal.pone.0145882

Kupper, Zeno; Ramseyer, Fabian; Drozynski, Martyna; Hoffmann, Holger; Tschacher, Wolfgang (2015). Video-based quantification of body movement indicates negative symptoms: a replication. European archives of psychiatry and clinical neuroscience, 265(Suppl 1), S14. Springer

2014

Kupper, Zeno; Ramseyer, Fabian; Drozynski, Martyna; Hoffmann, Holger; Tschacher, Wolfgang (26 November 2014). Kopf- und Körperbewegungen in sozialen Interaktionen als Indikatoren des Schweregrades schizophrener Störungen – Eine Replikation. In: DGPPN Kongress 2014. Berlin. 26.-29.11.2014.

Ramseyer, Fabian; Kupper, Zeno; Caspar, Franz; Znoj, Hansjörg; Tschacher, Wolfgang (2014). Time-Series Panel Analysis (TSPA): Multivariate Modeling of Temporal Associations in Psychotherapy Process. Journal of consulting and clinical psychology, 82(5), pp. 828-838. American Psychological Association 10.1037/a0037168

Kupper, Zeno; Ramseyer, Fabian; Hoffmann, Holger; Tschacher, Wolfgang (5 September 2014). Head movement synchrony in social interactions of patients with schizophrenia indicates symptoms, cognition and social functioning. In: 4th Schizophrenia International Research Society Conference. Florenz. 05.-09.04.2014.

Walther, Sebastian; Ramseyer, Fabian; Horn, Helge; Strik, Werner; Tschacher, Wolfgang (2014). Less structured movement patterns predict severity of positive syndrome, excitement, and disorganization. Schizophrenia bulletin, 40(3), pp. 585-591. Oxford University Press 10.1093/schbul/sbt038

Walther, Sebastian; Ramseyer, Fabian; Tschacher, Wolfgang; Vanbellingen, Tim; Strik, Werner; Bohlhalter, Stephan (7 April 2014). Disorganization and timing of motor behavior : insight from gesture impairments and movement patterns in schizophrenia (Unpublished). In: 4th Biennial Schizophrenia International Research Society Conference. Florence, Italy. 05.-09.04.2014.

Nelson, Andrew; Grahe, Jon E; Serier, Kelsey; Ramseyer, Fabian (2014). Psychological Data from an Exploration of the Rapport / Synchrony Interplay Using Motion Energy Analysis. Journal of Open Psychology Data, 2(1), e5. Ubiquity Press 10.5334/jopd.ae

Ramseyer, Fabian; Tschacher, Wolfgang (2014). Nonverbal synchrony of head- and body-movement in psychotherapy: different signals have different associations with outcome. Frontiers in Psychology, 5 Frontiers Research Foundation 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00979

Tschacher, Wolfgang; Rees, Georg M.; Ramseyer, Fabian (2014). Nonverbal synchrony and affect in dyadic interactions. Frontiers in Psychology, 5(1323) Frontiers Research Foundation 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01323

Tschacher, Wolfgang; Ramseyer, Fabian (2014). Modeling psychotherapy process by time-series panel analysis (TSPA). In: Lutz, Wolfgang; Knox, Sarah (eds.) Quantitative and qualitative methods in psychotherapy research. Explorations in mental health (pp. 168-188). London: Routledge

Ramseyer, Fabian (2014). EPA-1380 – Coordinated body-movement reflects psychotherapy outcome. European psychiatry, 29(S1), p. 1. Elsevier Masson SAS 10.1016/S0924-9338(14)78588-8

2013

Walther, S.; Ramseyer, F.; Horn, H.; Strik, W.; Tschacher, W. (2013). Disorganized and movement patterns in schizophrenia. Schweizer Archiv für Neurologie und Psychiatrie SANP / Swiss archives of neurology and psychiatry, 164(Suppl. 6), S45-S46. EMH Schweizerischer Ärzteverlag AG

Kupper, Zeno; Ramseyer, F.; Hoffmann, H.; Tschacher, Wolfgang (2013). Head movement synchrony in social interactions of patients with schizophrenia indicates symptoms, cognition and social functioning. Schizophrenia bulletin, 39(Suppl. 1), S235. Oxford University Press

Walther, Sebastian; Ramseyer, F.; Horn, H.; Strik, Werner; Tschacher, Wolfgang (2013). Disorganized movement patterns predict positive symptoms in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia bulletin, 39(Suppl. 1), S54. Oxford University Press

Tschacher, Wolfgang; Ramseyer, Fabian; Bergomi, Claudia (2013). The subjective present and its modulation in clinical contexts. Timing & Time Perception, 1(2), pp. 239-259. Brill 10.1163/22134468-00002013

Ramseyer, Fabian (2013). Synchronized movement in social interaction. In: Proceedings of the 2013 Inputs-Outputs Conference: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Engagement in HCI and Performance. ACM International Conference Proceeding Series (pp. 1-5). New York: ACM 10.1145/2557595.2557597

Walther, S.; Ramseyer, F.; Horn, H.; Strik, W.; Tschacher, W. (2013). Disorganization and movement patterns in schizophrenia. Pharmacopsychiatry, 46(6), A88. Thieme 10.1055/s-0033-1353349

2012

Tschacher, Wolfgang; Zorn, Peter; Ramseyer, Fabian (2012). Change mechanisms of schema-centered group psychotherapy with personality disorder patients. PLoS ONE, 7(6), e39687. Lawrence, Kans.: Public Library of Science 10.1371/journal.pone.0039687

Tschacher, W; Tomicic, A; Martinez, C; Ramseyer, F; Witte Eh Petersen S., (2012). Formen der Synchronie in dyadischer Interaktion. In: , (ed.) Sozialpsychologie, Psychotherapie und Gesundheit (pp. 38-57). Lengerich: Pabst

2011

Ramseyer, F; Tschacher, W (2011). Nonverbal synchrony in psychotherapy: coordinated body movement reflects relationship quality and outcome. Journal of consulting and clinical psychology, 79(3), pp. 284-295. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association 10.1037/a0023419

Ramseyer, F (2011). Nonverbal synchrony in psychotherapy: embodiment at the level of the dyad. In: Tschacher W, Bergomi C (ed.) The implications of embodiment (pp. 193-207). Exeter UK / Charlottesville USA: Imprint Academic

2010

Kupper, Zeno; Ramseyer, Fabian; Hoffmann, Holger; Kalbermatten, Samuel; Tschacher, Wolfgang (2010). Video-based quantification of body movement during social interaction indicates the severity of negative symptoms in patients with schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research, 121(1-3), pp. 90-100. Elsevier 10.1016/j.schres.2010.03.032

Ramseyer, F (2010). Nonverbale Synchronisation in therapeutischer Interaktion. In: Bender, S (ed.) Bewegungsanalyse von Interaktionen (pp. 11-32). Berlin: Logos

Ramseyer, F; Tschacher, W (2010). Nonverbal synchrony or random coincidence? How to tell the difference. In: Esposito, A; Campbell, N; Vogel, C; Hussain, A; Nijholt, A (eds.) Development of multimodal interfaces: active listening and synchrony 5967 (pp. 182-196). Berlin-Heidelberg: Springer 10.1007/978-3-642-12397-9_15

Reidsma, D; Nijholt, A; Tschacher, W; Ramseyer, F (2010). Measuring multimodal synchrony for human-computer interaction. In: Sourin, A (ed.) Proceedings CYBERWORLDS 2010 (pp. 67-71). IEEE Computer Society Press: IEEE Computer Society Press 10.1109/CW.2010.21

2009

Tschacher, W; Ramseyer, F (2009). Modeling psychotherapy process by Time-Series Panel Analysis (TSPA). Psychotherapy research, 19(4-5), pp. 469-481. Abingdon, UK: Routledge 10.1080/10503300802654496

2008

Ramseyer, Fabian; Tschacher, Wolfgang (2008). Synchrony in dyadic psychotherapy sessions. In: Vrobel, Susie; Rossler, Otto E; Marks-Tarlow, Terry (eds.) Simultaneity: Temporal structures and observer perspectives (pp. 329-347). Singapore: World Scientific Publishing

2007

Tschacher, W; Ramseyer, F; Grawe, K (2007). Der Ordnungseffekt im Psychotherapieprozess: Replikation einer systemtheoretischen Vorhersage und Zusammenhang mit dem Therapieerfolg. Zeitschrift für klinische Psychologie und Psychotherapie(36), pp. 18-25. Göttingen: Hogrefe

2006

Ramseyer, F; Tschacher, W (2006). Synchrony - a core concept for a constructivist approach to psychotherapy. Constructivism in the human sciences, 11(1), pp. 150-71. Denton, Tex.: Society for Constructivism in the Human Sciences

Ramseyer, Fabian; Genner, R; Brenner, HD (eds.) (2006). Die Schweizer Psychiatrieversorgung im internationalen Vergleich. Zürich: Edition 8

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