Arlette Bär

Arlette Bär, lic. phil.

Research associate

arlette.baer@access.uzh.ch

Curriculum vitae

1999 - 2005Studies of general psychology, work and organizational psychology, criminal law, family law and criminology at the University of Fribourg

Master thesis: Successful vs. unsuccessful search for risk defusing operators. Effect on decision behavior.
2005 - 2007Research assistant in the Swiss National Foundation project SNF 100014-107765 “Dynamic risk management in decision-making process: Active search for risk defusing operators (part I)” by Prof. Oswald Huber, Department of Psychology, University of Fribourg
2007 - 2009Research assistant in the Swiss National Foundation project SNF 100014-116482 “Dynamic risk management in decision-making process: Active search for risk defusing operators (part II)” by Prof. Oswald Huber, Department of Psychology, University of Fribourg
2007 - 2009Studies of clinical psychology and psychopathology at the University of Fribourg
2009 bis heuteResearch assistant at the Psychiatric University Hospital of Zurich, Department of General and Social Psychiatry
2009 bis heutePsychotherapy training at the academy of cognitive behavioral therapy and integration of methods (AIM), Bern and Zurich
Current projects
since 2006Dissertation work at the University of Fribourg by Prof. Oswald Huber about the progress of emotions and mood induction in the decision process
since 2009Research assistant in the CEDAR-European-Project “Clinical decision making and outcome in routine care for people with severe mental illness” by Prof. Dr. med. Dipl.-Psych. Wulf Rössler and Dr. med. Wolfram Kawohl, at the Psychiatric University Hospital of Zurich, Department of General and Social Psychiatry
since 2010Interviewer for The Zurich Programme for the Sustainable Development of Psychiatry in Zurich (ZInEP), subproject Supported Employment

Publications