His primary areas of investigation include Clinical psychology, Sleep in non-human animals, Physical therapy, Mental health and Psychiatry. The various areas that Markus Gerber examines in his Clinical psychology study include Young adult, Mental toughness and Psychological resilience. His Sleep in non-human animals study incorporates themes from Developmental psychology, Social support and Physical exercise.
His study in Physical therapy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Slow-wave sleep, Sleep onset latency, Sleep onset, Mood and Weight status. Markus Gerber has included themes like Actigraphy, Developmental psychopathology, Moderation, Burnout and Physical activity level in his Mental health study. Markus Gerber combines subjects such as Aerobic exercise, Occupational stress, Depression and Anxiety with his study of Burnout.
His main research concerns Clinical psychology, Physical therapy, Depression, Cognition and Sleep in non-human animals. His research in Clinical psychology intersects with topics in Vocational education, Mental health, Insomnia and Elite athletes. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Physical therapy, Intervention is strongly linked to Randomized controlled trial.
His work carried out in the field of Depression brings together such families of science as Cardiorespiratory fitness, Internal medicine, Multiple sclerosis and Anxiety. Markus Gerber has researched Cardiorespiratory fitness in several fields, including Demography, Gerontology and Blood pressure. The concepts of his Sleep in non-human animals study are interwoven with issues in Young adult and Mental toughness.
Clinical psychology, Cognition, Cardiorespiratory fitness, Depression and Randomized controlled trial are his primary areas of study. Markus Gerber regularly links together related areas like Social cognition in his Clinical psychology studies. His Cognition research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Developmental psychology and Audiology.
He interconnects Multiple sclerosis, Physical therapy, Aerobic exercise and Anxiety in the investigation of issues within Depression. His Physical therapy research incorporates elements of Working memory and Insomnia. His Mental health research includes elements of Meta-analysis and Gerontology.
Markus Gerber mainly focuses on Cognition, Clinical psychology, Depression, Randomized controlled trial and Intervention. His Aerobic exercise research extends to the thematically linked field of Cognition. His Aerobic exercise study is related to the wider topic of Physical therapy.
His study in the field of Occupational stress also crosses realms of Simple. His Depression research includes themes of Occupational burnout, Depersonalization, Emotional exhaustion, Internal medicine and Individual health. His work deals with themes such as Healthy individuals, Psychological well-being, Meta-analysis, Exercise intensity and Mental health, which intersect with Intervention.
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Acute effects of moderate aerobic exercise on specific aspects of executive function in different age and fitness groups: A meta-analysis.
Sebastian Ludyga;Markus Gerber;Serge Brand;Edith Holsboer-Trachsler.
High Exercise Levels Are Related to Favorable Sleep Patterns and Psychological Functioning in Adolescents: A Comparison of Athletes and Controls
Serge Brand;Markus Gerber;Johannes Beck;Martin Hatzinger.
Journal of Adolescent Health (2010)
EPA guidance on physical activity as a treatment for severe mental illness: a meta-review of the evidence and Position Statement from the European Psychiatric Association (EPA), supported by the International Organization of Physical Therapists in Mental Health (IOPTMH).
Brendon Stubbs;Brendon Stubbs;Davy Vancampfort;Mats Hallgren;Joseph Firth.
European Psychiatry (2018)
Review article: do exercise and fitness protect against stress-induced health complaints? A review of the literature.
Markus Gerber;Uwe Pühse.
Scandinavian Journal of Public Health (2009)
The relationships of change in physical activity with change in depression, anxiety, and burnout: a longitudinal study of Swedish healthcare workers
Magnus Lindwall;Markus Gerber;Ingibjörg H. Jonsdottir;Mats Börjesson.
Health Psychology (2014)
Daily Morning Running for 3 Weeks Improved Sleep and Psychological Functioning in Healthy Adolescents Compared With Controls
Nadeem Kalak;Markus Gerber;Roumen Kirov;Thorsten Mikoteit.
Journal of Adolescent Health (2012)
International comparison of physical education : concepts, problems, prospects
Uwe Pühse;Markus Gerber.
Increased self-reported and objectively assessed physical activity predict sleep quality among adolescents.
Christin Lang;Serge Brand;Anne Karina Feldmeth;Edith Holsboer-Trachsler.
Physiology & Behavior (2013)
Increased objectively assessed vigorous-intensity exercise is associated with reduced stress, increased mental health and good objective and subjective sleep in young adults.
Markus Gerber;Serge Brand;Christian Herrmann;Flora Colledge.
Physiology & Behavior (2014)
Adolescents' exercise and physical activity are associated with mental toughness
Markus Gerber;Nadeem Kalak;Sakari Lemola;Peter J. Clough.
Mental Health and Physical Activity (2012)
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