Institute of Sports Science

Britta Seiffer

Contact
Institute of Sports Science
Gartenstraße 19
1st Floor, Room 103
  07071 29-76196
britta-andrea.seiffer@uni-tuebingen.de


Main research

  • Preventive and intervention effects of physical activity on mental illness
  • Implementation and evaluation of the sports and movement therapy program "ImPuls" for people with mental illness
  • Protective factors of mental health during the Covid-19 pandemic

Current projects


Short vita

Since 2019
PhD student and research assistant

University of Tübingen

since 2019
Psychological Psychotherapist in training (cognitive behavior therapy)

TAVT Tübingen

2019
Master’s degree Psychology

University of Tübingen

2018-2019
Graduate assistant

University of Tübingen

2017
Bachelor's degree Psychology

University of Mainz

2016-2017
Student assistant

University Medical Center University of Mainz


Selected publications

Journal articles

  • Seiffer, B., Hautzinger, M., Ulrich, R., & Wolf, S. (2021). Efficacy of Regular Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity in Children with ADHD: a Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials. J Atten Disord. doi:10.1177/10870547211017982
  • Wolf, S., Seiffer, B., Zeibig, J.-M., Welkerling, J., Brokmeier, L., Atrott, B., . . . Schuch, F. B. (2021). Is Physical Activity Associated with Less Depression and Anxiety During the COVID-19 Pandemic? A Rapid Systematic Review. Sports Medicine. doi:10.1007/s40279-021-01468-z
  • Zeibig, J.-M., Seiffer, B., Sudeck, G., Rösel, I., Hautzinger, M., & Wolf, S. (2021). Transdiagnostic Efficacy of a Group Exercise Intervention for Outpatients with Heterogenous Psychiatric Disorders: A Randomized Controlled Trial. BMC Psychiatry.
  • Seiffer, B., & Wolf, S. (2020). Sportliche Aktivität als mögliche Therapieoption bei ADHS. Psychotherapeut, 65(3), 156-159. doi:10.1007/s00278-020-00419-9
  • Wolf, S., Seiffer, B., Hautzinger, M., Farhan Othman, M., & Kizilhan, J. (2019). Aufbau psychotherapeutischer Versorgung in der Region Dohuk, Nordirak. Psychotherapeut, 64(4), 322-328. doi:10.1007/s00278-019-0344-2