Ingo Roden

Ingo Roden
Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg · Department of Educational Sciences

Dr. Dipl.-Sowi.

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Introduction
Ingo Roden currently works at the Department of Educational Sciences; Educational Psychology, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg. Their current projects are: 'Learning by singing: Promoting German language skills through music interventions (LIPS)'; 'Effects of physical exercises on executive functions and emotions of primary school children (BeGe)'; 'Musical interventions as tools for sustainable integration and cultural participation of refugee school children and adolescents (MINUTE)'; Music and math training on mathematical achievements and working memory performances of primary school children'.
Additional affiliations
October 2019 - present
Universität Koblenz-Landau
Position
  • Professor
January 2014 - April 2016
Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg
Position
  • Research Associate
January 2009 - October 2014
Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg
Position
  • Research Associate

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Publications (23)
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This study examined the effects of a school-based instrumental training program on the development of verbal and visual memory skills in primary school children. Participants either took part in a music program with weekly 45 min sessions of instrumental lessons in small groups at school, or they received extended natural science training. A third...
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Previous work suggests that musical training can enhance acculturation processes. This study examined this assumption among third-graders with migrant backgrounds within a longitudinal framework. A total of 54 children (31 females; 23 males; mean age: 8.85 years) were assigned to one of three groups in a quasi-randomized procedure: (a) music traini...
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Chronic lung diseases (CLD) are often associated with abnormal, ineffective breathing patterns. Some studies already suggest that nonpharmacological interventions can have positive effects on symptoms related to CLD. However, in the current state of research there is a lack of studies investigating the influence of music listening on breathing rate...
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Learning to play a musical instrument is associated with different, partially conflicting emotions. This paper describes the development and psychometric properties of the Emotions while Learning an Instrument Scale (ELIS). In a longitudinal study with 545 German elementary school children factorial structure and psychometric properties were evalua...
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Sensorimotor control simultaneously engages multiple cognitive processes, like decision making, intention, processing and theintegration of multisensory signals. The reciprocal relationship of cognition and sensorimotor learning is well documented.However, little is known if the status of cognitive skills relates to immediate sensorimotor performan...
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Die in dem Kapitel dargestellte Studie untersucht im Rahmen des Verbundprojektes "MINUTE" ("Musikalische Interventionen für nachhaltige Eingliederung und kulturelle Teilhabe geflüchteter Kinder und Heranwachsender") die Effekte eines musikalischen Freizeitangebots für geflüchtete, junge Erwachsene auf Akkulturationsprozesse sowie gesundheitliche un...
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Singing has been advocated as an efficient supplementary strategy in language teaching, but little is known about its effect on grammar learning. We conducted an intervention study (five lessons) with primary EFL learners (N = 57, mean age = 8.67, SD = 0.60) who were taught new vocabulary and grammar through either singing or speaking lyrics. The c...
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The need for a developmental perspective is the elephant in the room whenever relative age effects (RAEs) are discussed – everyone sees it, but no talks about it. Amazingly, no studies have taken this perspective to study designs in this area. In this chapter, we explain the basis of the developmental systems model of RAEs proposed by Wattie, Schor...
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Auditory stimulation training (AST) has been proposed as a potential treatment for children with specific language impairments (SLI). The current study was designed to test this assumption by using an AST with technically modulated musical material (ASTM) in a randomized control group design. A total of 101 preschool children (62 male, 39 females;...
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In the last decade, much research has focused on children’s ‘emotion regulation’ (ER) in school contexts. This has resulted in a wealth of studies – a collection that has not been systematized until now. In pursuing this goal, the present systematic review has generated a total of 2,617 results from 18 relevant databases, reflecting a detailed rese...
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There is growing evidence that singing can have a positive effect on language learning, but few studies have explored its benefit for children who have recently migrated to a new country. In the present study, recently migrated children (N = 35) received three 40-min sessions where all students learnt the lyrics of two songs designed to simulate la...
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LUNDQVIST, CARLSSON, HILMERSSON, AND JUSLIN (2009) presented evidence of differential autonomic emotional responses to ‘‘happy’’ and ‘‘sad’’ music in healthy adult listeners. The present study sought to replicate and extend these findings by employing a similar research design and measurement instruments. Therefore, we used instrumental film music...
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Extended music lessons have been suggested to reduce stress responses, and to increase well-being in primary school children. We investigated this assumption with regard to the provocation of aggressive behavior in primary school children (N = 34; 7–8 years of age). A computerized modified version of the Point-Subtraction Aggression Game (‘Stimulat...
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Musikalische Emotionsregulation bei Kindern ist bisher wenig untersucht. Das vorliegende Kapitel berichtet daher sowohl Befunde zu erwachsener und jugendlicher als auch zu kindlicher Emotionsregulation durch Musik. Musik scheint ein über alle Altersstufen hinweg verwendeter Emotionsregulationsmechanismus zu sein, der vor allem zum Auslösen positive...
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Music is a promising candidate for the enhancement of cultural integration through increased group cohesion and social support. This study assessed the impact of a music program on elementary school- aged migrants’ cultural orientation, as measured via the Frankfurt Acculturation Scale for Children (Frankenberg et al., 2013). The music program is a...
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The present study addresses visual attention and processing speed in primary school children (N = 345; 7–8 years of age) who received either music (MC) or natural science training (NC) over a period of 18 months. Dependent variables were collected three times (T1–T3) and included measures for processing speed, visual attention and cognitive music a...
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Instrumental music training has been shown to enhance cognitive processing beyond general intelligence. We examined this assumption with regard to working memory performance in primary school-aged children (N = 50; 7-8 years of age) within a longitudinal study design. Half of the children participated in an extended music education program with 45...
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Instrumental music training has been shown to enhance cognitive processing beyond general intelligence. We examined this assumption with regard to working memory performance in primary school-aged children (N = 50; 7–8 years of age) within a longitudinal study design. Half of the children participated in an extended music education program with 45...
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Primary school children (n= 25) receiving instrumental music tuition over one and a half school years outperformed peers receiving extended natural science training (n = 25) in working memory tasks. Specifically, auditory cognition was enhanced in music children. Results confirm and extend previous work suggesting cognitive benefits of music traini...
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Healthy adult listeners (n= 40) rated music excerpts on five bi‐polar scales including liking and pleasantness. Each excerpt was delivered at 65 dB‐SPL and 85 dB‐SPL. Results suggest no difference in liking across sound volumes. Conceptually soL music was found significantly more pleasant, if played at 65 db‐SPL.

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