Ramseyer, Fabian
Ramseyer, Fabian
University of Bern, Department for Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy
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Nonverbal synchrony in psychotherapy: coordinated body movement reflects relationship quality and outcome.
F Ramseyer, W Tschacher
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 79 (3), 284, 2011
Nonverbal synchrony and affect in dyadic interactions
W Tschacher, GM Rees, F Ramseyer
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1323, 2014
Nonverbal synchrony of head-and body-movement in psychotherapy: different signals have different associations with outcome
F Ramseyer, W Tschacher
Frontiers in psychology 5, 979, 2014
Modeling psychotherapy process by time-series panel analysis (TSPA)
W Tschacher, F Ramseyer
Psychotherapy Research 19 (4-5), 469-481, 2009
Video-based quantification of body movement during social interaction indicates the severity of negative symptoms in patients with schizophrenia
Z Kupper, F Ramseyer, H Hoffmann, S Kalbermatten, W Tschacher
Schizophrenia research 121 (1-3), 90-100, 2010
Nonverbal synchrony or random coincidence? How to tell the difference
F Ramseyer, W Tschacher
Development of multimodal interfaces: Active listening and synchrony, 182-196, 2010
Synchrony: A core concept for a constructivist approach to psychotherapy
F Ramseyer, W Tschacher
Constructivism in the human sciences 11 (1), 150-171, 2006
Synchrony in dyadic psychotherapy sessions
F Ramseyer, W Tschacher
Simultaneity: Temporal structures and observer perspectives, 329-347, 2008
Nonverbal synchrony in social interactions of patients with schizophrenia indicates socio-communicative deficits
Z Kupper, F Ramseyer, H Hoffmann, W Tschacher
PLoS One 10 (12), e0145882, 2015
Time-series panel analysis (TSPA): Multivariate modeling of temporal associations in psychotherapy process.
F Ramseyer, Z Kupper, F Caspar, H Znoj, W Tschacher
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 82 (5), 828, 2014
Less structured movement patterns predict severity of positive syndrome, excitement, and disorganization
S Walther, F Ramseyer, H Horn, W Strik, W Tschacher
Schizophrenia bulletin 40 (3), 585-591, 2014
Nonverbal synchrony: A new approach to better understand psychotherapeutic processes and drop-out.
J Paulick, AK Deisenhofer, F Ramseyer, W Tschacher, K Boyle, J Rubel, ...
Journal of Psychotherapy Integration 28 (3), 367, 2018
Movement coordination in psychotherapy: Synchrony of hand movements is associated with session outcome. A single-case study
F Ramseyer, W Tschacher
Nonlinear dynamics, psychology, and life sciences 20 (2), 145-166, 2016
Der ordnungseffekt im psychotherapieprozess
W Tschacher, F Ramseyer, K Grawe†
Zeitschrift für Klinische Psychologie und Psychotherapie 36 (1), 18-25, 2007
Determining synchrony between behavioral time series: An application of surrogate data generation for establishing falsifiable null-hypotheses.
RG Moulder, SM Boker, F Ramseyer, W Tschacher
Psychological methods 23 (4), 757, 2018
Sharing the now in the social present: Duration of nonverbal synchrony is linked with personality
W Tschacher, F Ramseyer, SL Koole
Journal of personality 86 (2), 129-138, 2018
Change mechanisms of schema-centered group psychotherapy with personality disorder patients
W Tschacher, P Zorn, F Ramseyer
PloS one 7 (6), e39687, 2012
Measuring multimodal synchrony for human-computer interaction
D Reidsma, A Nijholt, W Tschacher, F Ramseyer
2010 international conference on cyberworlds, 67-71, 2010
Synchronisation nonverbaler Interaktion in der Psychotherapie [Nonverbal synchrony in psychotherapy]
F Ramseyer
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland, 2008
Nonverbale Synchronisation in der Psychotherapie
F Ramseyer
Systeme 24 (1), 5-30, 2010
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