Stephanie Rosenstiel

Stephanie Rosenstiel
University of Tuebingen | EKU Tübingen · Institute of Sports Science

PhD

About

12
Publications
2,810
Reads
How we measure 'reads'
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Learn more
149
Citations
Introduction
Skills and Expertise

Publications

Publications (12)
Article
Full-text available
Background Mental disorders are prevalent and cause considerable burden of disease. Exercise has been shown to be efficacious to treat major depressive disorders, insomnia, panic disorder with and without agoraphobia and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Methods This pragmatic, two arm, multi-site randomised controlled trial will evaluate the...
Article
Full-text available
A central goal of physical education (PE) is to empower students to be physically active in a health-enhancing way. Therefore, using a competence-based approach, the objective of the health- and fitness-related PE intervention ‘Promotion of physical activity-related health competence in PE’ (GEKOS) was to address practical and theoretical content r...
Article
Full-text available
Fostering health-related fitness knowledge is a common goal across physical education curricula. However, carefully developed knowledge tests that satisfy the psychometric criteria of educational assessment are lacking. Therefore, two studies were conducted to evaluate a newly developed health-related fitness knowledge test within the framework of...
Article
Full-text available
The main purpose of this cluster randomised controlled trial was to investigate the effects of a physical education (PE) intervention programme combining theoretical and practical components on students' knowledge, skills, abilities and motivation related to competence for a healthy active lifestyle. The intervention used learning tasks to combine...
Article
Full-text available
Objective If individuals want to integrate health-enhancing physical activity in their everyday life, they need specific competences. This person-oriented study aimed to: 1) Identify patterns of physical activity-related health competence, 2) examine how structurally and individually stable these patterns are over 4 months and 3) test how changes i...
Article
Full-text available
(1) Background: Individuals have to effectively manage their physical activity in order to optimize the associated physical and psychological health benefits. Control competence allows the individual to structure and pace physical activity in a health-enhancing way. The concept was developed within a model of physical activity-related health compet...
Article
Full-text available
Background One central goal of physical education in many countries is to empower students to be physically active throughout their lifespan. Physical activity-related health competence (PAHCO) encompasses physical, cognitive, and motivational elements associated with the individuals’ ability to be physically active in a health-enhancing way. To da...
Article
The Talk Test has been shown to be a surrogate of the ventilatory threshold and to be a viable alternative to standard methods of prescribing exercise training intensity. The Talk Test has also been shown to be responsive to manipulations known to change physiologic function including blood donation and training. What is not known is whether the Ta...

Network

Cited By

Projects

Project (1)
Project
A growing body of research suggests moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) to be ef-fecacious in improving psychopathological symptoms of mental disorders with a high preva-lence, such as major depression, anxiety disorders and insomnia. In spite of its efficacy and applicability, no exercise intervention has yet been developed for the outpatient psychothera-peutic context. To fill this gap, we developed the 12-week exercise intervention “ImPuls”, based on the current evidence about the therapeutic efficacy and (sustainable) promotion of MVPA in outpatients with mental disorders. Between February 2018 and October 2019, the department of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, in cooperation with the Institute of Sports Science (Prof. Dr. Gorden Sudeck) of the University of Tuebingen, evaluated the efficacy (i.e., reduc-tion of psychopathological symptoms, increase of the extent of MVPA) of ImPuls in a random-ized controlled trial. A sample of N = 75 outpatients, suffering from at least one diagnosed men-tal disorder (major depression, anxiety disorders, insomnia), aged between 18 and 65 (M = 35.36, SD = 13.28) and waiting for psychotherapeutic treatment, participated in the study. Using stratified block randomization (stratified variables were age and severity of symptoms), partici-pants were allocated to an intervention group (IG; n = 38) or passive control group (CG; n = 37) when 6 to 10 patients were eligible (IG: n = 3-5; CG: n = 3-5) for study participation. To analyze the change in psychopathological symptoms (Symptom-Checklist-90®-Standard; Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index, heart rate variability), we included group (IG vs. CG) as a between-subject variable and time (T1: pre); T3: post) as a within subject variable. To analyze the extent of sub-jectively reported MVPA (Physical Activity, Exercise, and Sport Questionnaire, BSA-F) we in-cluded group as a between-subject variable and time (T1; T2: week 9; T3) as a within subject var-iable. Objectively assessed MVPA (accelerometer) was analyzed with group as a between-subject variable at one time point (T2). Linear mixed models will be conducted to determine the change of psychopathological symptoms and extent of MVPA at T3. A linear regression model will be conducted to determine whether the change of symptom reduction was predicted by the increase of MVPA at T2 and T3. Analyses will be conducted using the intention-to-treat-sample. TRIAL REGISTRATION: ClinicalTrials.gov NCT03542396. We are currently collecting one-year follow-up data to test the maintenance of effects on psy-chopathological symptoms and the extent of exercise. Furthermore, between June 2020 and June 2023, ImPuls will be implemented and evaluated as an innovative health care project fund-ed by the “Innovationsfonds des Gemeinsamen Bundesausschusses (G-BA)” (see for more in-formation: https://innovationsfonds.g-ba.de/downloads/media/167/Liste-gefoerderte-Projekte-nVF-FBK-19-10-2018.pdf). The aim of the research project will be to evaluate the increase of care efficiency/reduction in waiting time for psychotherapy and the reduction of care costs by the implementation of ImPuls at 10 regional sports and exercise therapy centers in Baden-Württemberg (Germany).