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2020

Ludyga, Sebastian and Köchli, Sabrina and Gerber, Markus and Faude, Oliver and Zahner, Lukas and Hanssen, Henner. (2020) Cardiovascular risk markers and cognitive performance in children. Journal of Pediatrics, 224. pp. 162-165.e1.

Morat, Mareike and Faude, Oliver and Hanssen, Henner and Ludyga, Sebastian and Zacher, Jonas and Eibl, Angi and Albracht, Kirsten and Donath, Lars. (2020) Agility Training to Integratively Promote Neuromuscular, Cognitive, Cardiovascular and Psychosocial Function in Healthy Older Adults: A Study Protocol of a One-Year Randomized-Controlled Trial. International journal of environmental research and public health, 17 (6). p. 1853.

2017

Gerber, Markus and Endes, Katharina and Brand, Serge and Herrmann, Christian and Colledge, Flora and Donath, Lars and Faude, Oliver and Hanssen, Henner and Pühse, Uwe and Zahner, Lukas. (2017) In 6- to 8-year-old children, cardiorespiratory fitness moderates the relationship between severity of life events and health-related quality of life. Quality of Life Research, 26 (3). pp. 695-706.

Gerber, Markus and Endes, Katharina and Brand, Serge and Herrmann, Christian and Colledge, Flora and Donath, Lars and Faude, Oliver and Pühse, Uwe and Hanssen, Henner and Zahner, Lukas. (2017) In 6- to 8-year-old children, hair cortisol is associated with body mass index and somatic complaints, but not with stress, health-related quality of life, blood pressure, retinal vessel diameters, and cardiorespiratory fitness. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 76. pp. 1-10.

2016

Gerber, Markus and Endes, Katharina and Herrmann, Christian and Colledge, Flora and Brand, Serge and Donath, Lars and Faude, Oliver and Pühse, Uwe and Hanssen, Henner and Zahner, Lukas. (2016) Does Physical Fitness Buffer the Relationship between Psychosocial Stress, Retinal Vessel Diameters, and Blood Pressure among Primary Schoolchildren? BioMed Research International, 2016. p. 6340431.