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Dr. Stefanie Baisch


Research Assistant


 

Dr. Stefanie Baisch
 

Office hours in the lecture period:

By arrangement

 

Office hours during the semester break:

By arrangement 

 

Contact via E-mail

 

Address:

University of Siegen
Department of Psychology
Psychological Ageing Research 
Adolf-Reichwein-Str. 2a
57068 Siegen
Germany 
 

Room: AR-NB

Phone: +49 (0)271 740-

Fax: +49 (0)271 740-


RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Use of new technologies in old age
  • social robots in therapy
  • Human-Robot-Interaction & Anthropomorphization
  • Stereotyping by Design
  • Person-Environment-Exchange
  • PTSD following subarachnoid hemorrhage and SHT.

 

ACADEMIC CAREER


since 12/2019

post-doctoral position, Psychological Ageing Research, University of Siegen

02/2019

phD: graduation (magna cum laude)

06/2017 – 09/2017

statistical consulting (service contract) for the Department of Economy and Law of the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences

07/2015 – 03/2018

phD scholarship holder of the Frankfurter Forums of Interdisciplinary Ageing Research at the Goethe University, Frankfurt

10/2013 – 09/2014

research assistant at the Institute of Developmental Psychology at the Goethe University, Frankfurt

10/2002 – 02/2009

Study of psychology (Diplom) at the University of Konstanz

 

PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE


Seit 08/2019

Neuropsychologist at Dr. Ackermann (out-patient psychological and neuropsychological practice), Bad Homburg, Hessen

Seit 01/2019

Neuropsychologist at the in-patient neurological clinic Vitos Weil-Lahn Weilmünster, Hessen

03/2018 – 12/2018

Neuropsychologist at the in-patient rehabilitation clinic MedicalPark Bad Camberg, Hessen

Seit 04/2017

Neuropsychologist the psychiatric in- and out-patients clinic of the Main-Kinzig-Kliniken Schlüchtern/ Gelnhausen, Hessen

10/2014 – 06/2016

Psychologist at reIntegro (out-patient visiting rehabilitation), Frankfurt 

05/2009 – 09/2013

Neuropsychologist at the in-patient rehabilitation clinic Kliniken Schmieder, Gailingen, Baden-Württemberg


 

Publications


Dudek, S., Baisch, S., Kolling, T., & Knopf. M. (2020). ‘This isn’t me’ – The role of age-related self- and user-images for robot acceptance by elders. International Journal of Social Robotics, online first. doi: 10.1007/s12369-020-00678-1

Baisch, S. (2018). The Relevance of User Characteristics for the Acceptance of Socially Assistive Robots by Elders. Promotionsschrift. Goethe-Universität.

Baisch, S., Kolling., T., & Knopf, M. (2018). Dynamic interplay between general experience and robot-specific expertise at older adults’ first encounter with a robot: Implications for robot design. Gerontechnology 17, 215-231. Doi: 10.1007/gt.2018.17.4.003.00

Baisch, S., Kolling., T., Rühl, S., Klein, B., Pantel, J., Oswald, F., & Knopf, M. (2018). Emotionale Roboter im Pflegekontext. Empirische Analyse des bisherigen Einsatzes und der Wirkungen von Paro und Pleo. Zeitschrift für Geriatrie und Gerontologie, 51, 16-24. doi: 10.1007/s00391-017-1346-8

Baisch, S., Kolling, T., Schall, A., Selic, S., Rühl, S., Kim, Z., Klein, B., Pantel, J., Oswald, F., & Knopf, M. (2017). Acceptance of social robots by elder people: Does psychosocial functioning matter? International Journal of Social Robotics, 9, 293-307. doi: 10.1007/s12369-016-0392-5

Baisch, S., Kolling, T., & Knopf, M. (2017). Factors impacting on older and younger people’s perceptions of elderly robot users. Innovations in Aging, 1(Suppl. 1), 1190. doi: 10.1093/geroni/igx004.4332

Kolling, T., Baisch, S., Schall, A., Selic, S., Rühl, S., Kim, Z., Klein, B., Pantel, J., Oswald, F., & Knopf, M. (2016). What is emotional in emotional robotics? In S. Tettegah & Y. Garcia (Hrsg.). Emotions, Technology & Health, Amsterdam: Elsevier (S. 85-103).

Noble, A.J., Baisch, S., Covey, J., Mukerji, N., Nath, F., & Schenk T. (2011). Subarachnoid Hemorrhage – Patients' fears of recurrence are related to the presence of posttraumatic stress disorder. Neurosurgery, 69, 323-332; Diskussion 332-333.

Baisch S.B., Schenk T. & Noble A.J. (2011). What is the cause of post-traumatic Stress disorder following subarachnoid haemorrhage? Post-Ictal Events are Key. Acta Neurochirurgica (Wien), 153, 913-22.

Mukerji, N., Holliman, D., Baisch, S., Noble, A., Schenk, T., & Nath F. (2010): Neuropsychologic impact of treatment modalities in subarachnoid hemorrhage: Clipping is no different from coiling. World Neurosurgery 74, 129-38.

Noble, A.J., Baisch, S., Mendelow, A.D., Allen L., Kane, P., & Schenk T. (2008): Posttraumatic stress disorder explains reduced quality of life in subarachnoid hemorrhage patients in both the short and long term. Neurosurgery, 63, 1095-104; Diskussion 1004-5.