Boris Bornemann
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                Journal Articles

Bornemann, B., & Singer, T. (2016). Taking time to feel our body: Steady increases in heartbeat perception accuracy and decreases in alexithymia over 9 months of contemplative mental training.

Bornemann, B., Kok, B. E., Böckler, A., & Singer, T. (2016). Helping from the heart: Voluntary upregulation of heart rate variability predicts altruistic behavior. Biological Psychology, 119, 54-63. [link]

McCall, C., Hildebrandt, L. K., Bornemann, B., & Singer, T. (2015). Physiophenomenology in retrospect: Memory reliably reflects physiological arousal during a prior threatening experience. Consciousness and cognition, 38, 60-70. [link]

Bornemann, B., Herbert, B. M., Mehling, W. E., & Singer, T. (2015). Differential changes in self-reported aspects of interoceptive awareness through three months of contemplative training. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 1504. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01504 [link]


Bornemann, B., Winkielman, P., van der Meer, E. (2012). Can you feel what you do not see? Using internal feedback to detect briefly presented emotional stimuli. International Journal of Psychophysiology. 85, 116-124. [link]


Bornemann, B., Foth, M., Horn, J., Ries, J., Warmuth, E., Wartenburger, I., van der Meer, E. (2010). Mathematical Cognition – Individual differences in resource allocation. The International Journal on Mathematics Education, 42, 6, 555-567. [link]


van der Meer, E., Beyer, R., Horn, J., Foth, M., Bornemann, B., Ries, J., Kramer, J., Warmuth, E., Heekeren, H.R., Wartenburger, I. (2010). Resource Allocation and Fluid Intelligence: Insights from Pupillometry. Psychophysiology, 158-169. [link]


Ullwer, D., Bornemann, B., Ries, J., Horn, J., Foth, M., Preusse, F., Wartenburger, I., van der Meer, E. (2009). Resource allocation and problem solving strategies during a geometric analogy task in individuals differing in fluid intelligence. Proceedings from the ANALOGY 09 conference in Sofia, 453-463. [link]


Book Chapters

Bornemann, B., & Singer, T. (2013). The ReSource training protocol. In T. Singer, & M. Bolz (Eds.), Compassion: Bridging practice and science (pp. 768-792).
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Bornemann, B., & Singer, T. (2013). A cognitive neuroscience perspective - The ReSource model. In T. Singer, & M. Bolz (Eds.), Compassion: Bridging practice and science (pp. 296-324).
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Bornemann, B., & Singer, T. (2013). What we do (not) mean by training. In T. Singer, & M. Bolz (Eds.), Compassion: Bridging practice and science (pp. 54-57).
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Bornemann, B. (2011). Feel what you don’t see – Awareness of brief emotional stimuli, their behavioral and physiological effects. Diploma – Thesis, Humboldt University, Berlin. [link]



Fun and not forgotten



Bornemann, B., Dembski, T. Gerstenberg, T., Montanari, J., Rouvel, N., Rudenko, H., Schrader, T.-M. (2006). Denn Sie wissen nicht warum Sie es tun – Eine experimentelle Untersuchung zum Einfluss des semantischen Primings. Beitrag im Experimentalwettbewerb, Institut für Psychologie, Humboldt – Universität zu Berlin. [link]



Software for people with visual and motoric deficits. User can read and bookmark texts. Handling and display size can be adjusted according to
                the user’s needs

english versiongerman version

                [The software was programmed in 2003 for Windows 98/ME. There are reported compatibility issues with Windows Vista and Windows 7.]