Niko Kohls
Niko Kohls
Professor for Health Sciences, University of Applied Sciences Coburg
Verified email at hs-coburg.de - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Assessment of mindfulness: Review on state of the art
S Sauer, H Walach, S Schmidt, T Hinterberger, S Lynch, A Büssing, ...
Mindfulness 4 (1), 3-17, 2013
2572013
Facets of mindfulness–Results of an online study investigating the Freiburg mindfulness inventory
N Kohls, S Sauer, H Walach
Personality and Individual Differences 46 (2), 224-230, 2009
2202009
Mindfulness‐based coping with university life: A non‐randomized wait‐list‐controlled pilot evaluation
S Lynch, ML Gander, N Kohls, B Kudielka, H Walach
Stress and Health 27 (5), 365-375, 2011
852011
Introduction to placebo effects in medicine: mechanisms and clinical implications
K Meissner, N Kohls, L Colloca
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
842011
Gray’s behavioural inhibition system as a mediator of mindfulness towards well-being
S Sauer, H Walach, N Kohls
Personality and Individual Differences 50 (4), 506-511, 2011
602011
Aussergewöhnliche Erfahrungen-blinder Fleck der Psychologie?: eine Auseinandersetzung mit aussergewöhnlichen Erfahrungen und ihrem Zusammenhang mit geistiger Gesundheit
NB Kohls
LIT Verlag Münster, 2004
552004
Mindfulness in leadership: does being mindful enhance leaders’ business success?
S Sauer, N Kohls
Culture and neural frames of cognition and communication, 287-307, 2011
542011
Dialectics of mindfulness: implications for western medicine
S Sauer, S Lynch, H Walach, N Kohls
Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine 6 (1), 10, 2011
522011
How long is now for mindfulness meditators?
S Sauer, J Lemke, M Wittmann, N Kohls, U Mochty, H Walach
Personality and Individual Differences 52 (6), 750-754, 2012
492012
Effectiveness of distant healing for patients with chronic fatigue syndrome: a randomised controlled partially blinded trial (EUHEALS)
H Walach, H Bösch, G Lewith, J Naumann, B Schwarzer, S Falk, N Kohls, ...
Psychotherapy and psychosomatics 77 (3), 158-166, 2008
462008
Exceptional experiences and spiritual practice: A new measurement approach
N Kohls, H Walach
Spirituality and Health International 7 (3), 125-150, 2006
462006
Spirituality: an overlooked predictor of placebo effects?
N Kohls, S Sauer, M Offenbächer, J Giordano
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
442011
Spiritualität transdisziplinär
A Büssing, N Kohls
Wissenschaftliche Grundlagen im, 2011
432011
Subjective expansion of extended time-spans in experienced meditators
M Wittmann, S Otten, E Schötz, A Sarikaya, H Lehnen, HG Jo, N Kohls, ...
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1586, 2015
392015
Implicit and explicit emotional behavior and mindfulness
S Sauer, H Walach, S Schmidt, T Hinterberger, M Horan, N Kohls
Consciousness and Cognition 20 (4), 1558-1569, 2011
382011
Measuring mindfulness: a Rasch analysis of the Freiburg mindfulness inventory
S Sauer, H Walach, M Offenbächer, S Lynch, N Kohls
Religions 2 (4), 693-706, 2011
362011
Psychological distress, experiences of ego loss and spirituality: Exploring the effects of spiritual practice
N Kohls, H Walach
Social Behavior and Personality: an international journal 35 (10), 1301-1316, 2007
362007
Individual differences in self-attributed mindfulness levels are related to the experience of time and cognitive self-control
M Wittmann, J Peter, O Gutina, S Otten, N Kohls, K Meissner
Personality and Individual Differences 64, 41-45, 2014
352014
Contractures with special reference in elderly: definition and risk factors–a systematic review with practical implications
M Offenbächer, S Sauer, J Rieß, M Müller, E Grill, A Daubner, O Randzio, ...
Disability and Rehabilitation 36 (7), 529-538, 2014
302014
Measuring the unmeasurable by ticking boxes and opening Pandora's Box? Mixed methods research as a useful tool for investigating exceptional and spiritual experiences
N Kohls, A Hack, H Walach
Archive for the Psychology of Religion 30 (1), 155-188, 2008
272008
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