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Research and monitoring success

Several academic studies into wingwave have taken place since 2006. More research is being prepared. All wingwave research is and has been conducted on subjects who could be described as not having mental health issues - accordingly, all studies have been focused on the subject of coaching and improving performance rather than curative treatment. All subjects received only 100 minutes of wingwave coaching on average in every intervention study.

Fear of performance turned into fun
Dierks, M.-L. (2007). Scientific study at the Hannover Medical School. Published in the area of “Public Health”: Besser-Siegmund, Cora / Dierks, Marie-Luise, Siegmund, Harry: Sicheres Auftreten mit wingwave-Coaching [Perform with self-confidence using wingwave Coaching], published by Junfer…mehr
"Buzzwords" – the vita language
Kißler, J. e. (Juni2007). Buzzwords - early cortical responses to emotional words during reading. Psychological Science, S. 18(06) 475-80. Neuroscientists, such as Johanna Kißler, regard “Buzzwords” as words, which are charged with a high emotional energy. These words may be perceived subj…mehr
Back on track to high performance in sport – how wingwave can help beat "injury memories"
Schellewald, V. (2010). Der Einsatz der wingwave-Methode zur psychischen Rehabilitation nach Sportverletzungen [The use of wingwave method for psychological rehabilitation after sports injuries]. Cologne: Bachelor’s thesis at the German Sport University Cologne Kutscha, D. (2012). Der Eins…mehr
The wingwave music lowers the pulse rate – even during sp
Iglesias Monrós, Berta (2018). Los entresijos de la interpretación musical. Análisis de la capacitad de rendimiento escénico del intérprete musical con la aplicación de coaching wingwave: Conservatorio Superior de Música del Liceu. As part of her thesis, Berta Iglesias Monrós examined the …mehr
The wingwave music lowers the pulse rate – even during sporting activities
Nasse, A. F. (2013). Der Einsatz der wingwave-Musik bei körperlicher Aktivität hinsichtlich objektiver sowie subjektiver Belastungsparameter [The use of wingwave music during physical activity with regard to the objective, as well as subjective stress parameters]. German Sport University Co…mehr
The Neuromatrix
Melzack, R. (1999). From the gate to the neuromatrix. PubMed, US National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health. The Canadian Professor of Psychology Ronald Melzack coined the term Neuromatrix. In simplified terms, we are all born with some preprogrammed behavioral options, wh…mehr
Embodiment
Michalak, J. (2014). How we walk affects what we remember. Witten: Witten/Herdecke University. www.uni-wh.de/en/news/details/artikel/unsere-art-zu-gehen-beeinflusst-was-wir-uns-merken-1/ People slouching along with sagging shoulders tend to remember negative things, while those with a…mehr
Beating arachnophobia with wingwave
Besser-Siegmund, C. u. (2013). Mit Freude läufts besser - durch wingwave positive Emotionen fördern und Leistung steigern [With joy, everything gets better - promote positive emotions and enhance performance through wingwave]: Junfermann-Verlag.  “Motivated by the previous positive re…mehr
Fatigue effect during Myostatic test?
Besser-Siegmund, C. u. (2013). Mit Freude läufts besser - durch wingwave positive Emotionen fördern und Leistung steigern [With joy, the going gets better - promote positive emotions and enhance performance through wingwave]. Paderborn: Junfermann-Verlag. A point of criticism of the “class…mehr
No more debilitating test anxiety with the help of wingwave Method
Fritsche, N. (2007). Effektivität der wingwave-Methode beim Einsatz gegen Prüfungsängste [Effectiveness of the wingwave method to combat test anxieties]. Thesis for the final examination in the study of psychology at the University of Hamburg. Nadia Fritsche untersuchte bereits im Jahre 20…mehr
Gaining strength from positive emotions
Rathschlag, M. (2013). Self-generated emotions and their influence on physical performance. Cologne: Promotions-Arbeit an der Deutschen Sporthochschule Köln [Doctoral thesis at the German Sport University Cologne]. Within the scope of fundamental researches on the effect of wingwave Coachi…mehr
wingwave - With a feeling to perform better!
Besser-Siegmund, C. u. (2013). Mit Freude läufts besser - durch wingwave positive Emotionen fördern und Leistung steigern [With joy everything gets better - promote positive emotions and enhance performance through wingwave]. Paderborn: Junfermann-Verlag. In this book, Marco Rathschlag sci…mehr
Opera houses and faces: the vocabulary of the human being as a neurobiological mirror
www.nature.com/nature/journal/v435/n7045/abs/nature03687.html Quiroga and Kreimann “invariant visual representation by single neurons in the human brain” Quiroga and Kreimann “Invariant visual representation by single neurons in the human brain” Quiroga and colleagues researched …mehr
Placebo effect
Koepchen, J. (03 2015). www.mentalmed.de/blog/archives/66-Achtsamkeit-macht-schlank-und-gesund.html.  Langer, E. J. (2007 (18)). Mind-Set Matters. Psychological Science, 165 - 171. Refer to Koepchen. In case of a placebo effect activated by language, a word or a sentence causes a…mehr
wingwave and speed performance in endurance sports
Grimberg, M. (2013). Der Einsatz der wingwave-Methode zur Steigerung der objektiven Leistung und Verbesserung des subjektiven Wohlbefindens beim 5.000m-Lauf. [The use of wingwave method to increase the objective performance and improve the subjective well-being in the 5000 meter run.] Bache…mehr
Putting Feelings into Words
Lieberman, M. D. (2007). Putting feelings into words - affect labeling disrupts amygdala activity in response to affective stimuli. Psychological Science. Lieberman’s studies substantiate the effectiveness of client-centered conversation: During a brain scan, the test subjects were shown i…mehr
Pupils coaching
Klatt (geb. Hüttermann), S., & Weiland, F. (2019). Forschungsergebnisse "Schüler-Coaching mit wingwave": Bessere Konzentration, wirksame Angstreduktion und mehr positives Erleben im Familien- und Schulalltag. In C. Besser-Siegmund, & L. A. Siegmund, wingwave-Coaching für Kinder und …mehr
Semantic-Coaching
Silberzahn, R. (2013), It Pays to Be Herr Kaiser: Germans With Noble-Sounding Surnames More Often Work as Managers Than as Employees The scientists Raphael Silberzahn from the University of Cambridge and Eric Luis Uhlmann from the Business School HEC in Paris found out the following: A per…mehr
Semantic fields
Schwarz, M./J. Chur (1993): Semantik. Ein Arbeitsbuch [Semantics: A Workbook]. Tübingen: Narr. Word experiments with the “priming method” – this implies the facilitation of the responses of our nervous system through specific stimuli – have proven the existence of semantic networks. “…mehr
Why wingwave Coaching?
Besser-Siegmund, C. u. (2015 revised). wingwave - Like a wing beat of a butterfly (formerly EMDR in Coaching). Paderborn: Junfermann-Verlag. The basic book on wingwave and its roots in the current revision. The wing beat of a butterfly – as it is called basically – can change the weather …mehr
How words activate our bodily experience
Hauk, O. e. (2004). Somatotopic representation of action words in human motor and premotor cortex. PubMed, US National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health. Words activate precisely specific neurons in the brain and, therewith, the associated responses. The British neuroscien…mehr
Words have a pinpoint effect – even in case of negations
Wegner, D. e. (May 1998). The Putt and the Pendulum: Ironic Effects of mental Control of Action. Psychological Science Vol. 9 No 3, pages 196 - 201. In his study, Daniel Wegner dealt with the priming of negative words in the language. The Canadian social psychologist requested the subjects…mehr