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M.Sc. Psych. Melanie Schwefel

Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy - Neurobiological mechanisms of therapeutic interventions

Researcher - externally funded project

Address
Habelschwerdter Allee 45
Room JK 26/238
14195 Berlin
Email
melanie.schwefel[at]fu-berlin.de

2020

  • Heissel, A., Pietrek, A., Schwefel, M., Abula, K., Wilbertz, G., Heinzel, S., & Rapp, M. (2020). STEP. De study—a multicentre cluster-randomised effectiveness trial of exercise therapy for patients with depressive symptoms in healthcare services: study protocol. BMJ open, 10(4), e036287

2019

  • Kallies, G., Rapp, M.A., Fydrich, T., Fehm, L., Tschorn, M., Terán, C., Schwefel, M., Pietrek, A., Henze, R., Hellweg, R., Ströhle, A.*, Heinzel, S.*, & Heissel, A.* (2019). Serum brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) at rest and after acute aerobic exercise in major depressive disorder. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 102, 212-215.

2018

  • Heinzel, S., Rapp, M.A., Fydrich, T., Ströhle A., Terán, C., Kallies G., Schwefel, M., & Heissel, A. (2018). Neurobiological mechanisms of exercise and psychotherapy in depression: The SPeED study – rationale, design, and methodological issues. Clinical Trials, 15 (1), 53-64.

  • Kallies, G., Rapp, M. A., Fydrich, T., Tschorn, M., Terán, C., Schwefel, M., Pietrek, A., Henze, R., Hellweg, R., Ströhle, A., Heinzel, S. & Heissel, A. (2018, in prep). Serum brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) at rest and after acute aerobic exercise in major depressive disorder.

  • Schwefel, M. K., Rapp, M., Fydrich, T., Kaufmann, C., Ströhle, A., Henze, R., Terán, C., Kallies, G., Heissel, A., Heinzel, S. (2018). Effects of exercise on cognitive functions in depression. International Conference on Learning and Memory, Huntington Beach, USA.

2017

  • Heinzel, S., Rapp, M., Fydrich, T., Ströhle, A., Terán, C., Kallies, G., Schwefel, M. & Heissel, A. (2017). Neurobiological mechanisms of exercise and psychotherapy in depression: The SPeED study-Rationale, design, and methodological issues. Clinical trials (London, England). 00(0): 1-12.