Sarah Schoch

Sarah Schoch, M. Sc.

Doktorandin & Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Tel.: +41 44 255 93 68

sarah.schoch@usz.ch

Über mich

Ich habe Psychologie studiert und dabei meine Leidenschaft für die Schlafforschung gefunden. Gleichzeitig habe ich mich immer sehr für die Entwicklungspsychologie interessiert. Nun freue ich mich, dass ich während meines Doktorats beides kombinieren kann und erforschen kann, wie sich der Schlaf bei Babys entwickelt. In diesem Projekt schätze ich auch den Kontakt zu den Eltern und Babys und die Möglichkeit, diese während dem ersten Jahr zu begleiten.

 

Kontakt

M.Sc. Sarah Schoch

UniversitätsSpital Zürich

Rämistrasse 100

CH – 8091 Zürich

Telefon: +41 44 255 93 68

Fax: +41 255 44 51

Email: sarah.schoch@usz.ch

Büro: RAE E42

Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Entwicklung von Schlaf in der Kindheit
  • Entwicklung der Darmbakterien in der Kindheit
  • Schlaf Elektroencephalogramm (EEG)

Beruflicher Werdegang

 

seit 07/16 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin Klinik für Pneumologie, UniversitätsSpital Zürich
02/16-06/16 Praktikum Klinik für Neurologie, UniversitätsSpital Zürich
09/14-01/16 Studentische Hilfskraft Entwicklungspsychologie: Erwachsenenalter, Universität Zürich
05/12-01/16 Studentische Hilfskraft International Aging and Plasticity Centre, Universität Zürich
10/11-01/16 Studentische Hilfskraft Biopsychologie (Schlaf und Gedächtnis), Universität Zürich
10/12-11/15 Studentische Hilfskraft Kognitive Psychologie, Universität Zürich
06/15-09/15 Praktikum, Center for the Study of Emotion and Attention, University of Florida
01/15-06/15 Studentische Hilfskraft Angewandte Sozialpsychologie, Universität Zürich
09/13-06/15 Tutorat Entwicklungspsychologie: Säuglings- und Kindesalter, Universität Zürich
03/11-01/15 Studentische Hilfskraft Motivationspsychologie, University of Zurich
07/11-12/11       

Studentische Hilfskraft Gerontopsychologie, University of Zurich

Akademischer Werdegang

 

seit 2016           Doktoratsprogramm in Psychologie und Neurowissenschaften, Universität Zürich
2014 - 2016 M.Sc. in Psychologie, Universität Zürich
2010 - 2014 B.Sc. in Psychologie, Biologie und Erziehungswissenschaften, Universität Zürich

 

Publikationen

Peer-reviewed journal articles
 

Schoch, S.F., Jenni, O.G., Kohler, M and Kurth, S. (2019) Actimetry in infant sleep research: an approach to facilitate comparability, SLEEP

Schoch, S.F., Cordi, M.J., Schredl, M. and Rasch, B. (2018). The effect of dream report collection and dream incorporation on memory consolidation during sleep. Journal of sleep research

Schoch S.F., Riedner B, Deoni S, Huber R, LeBourgeois M and Kurth S. (2018). Across-night dynamics in traveling slow waves throughout childhood. SLEEP

Schoch, S.F., Werth, E., Poryazova, R., Scammell, T., Baumann, C.R., and Imbach, L.L. (2017) Dysregulation of Sleep Behavioral States in Narcolepsy. SLEEP.

Schoch, S.F., Cordi, M.J., and Rasch, B. (2017) Modulating influences of memory strength and sensitivity of retrieval test on the detectability of the sleep consolidation effect. Neurobiology of Learning and memory. 145, 181-189

Hagger, M. S., Chatzisarantis, N. L., [et al. including Schoch, S.F.] (2016). A multi-lab pre-registered replication of the ego-depletion effect. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 11, 546-573.

Binder J.C., Zöllig J., Eschen A., Mérillat S., Röcke C., Schoch S.F., Jäncke L. and Martin M. (2015). Multi-domain training in healthy old age: Hotel Plastisse as an iPad-based serious game to systematically compare multi-domain and single-domain training. Front. Aging. Neurosci. 7:137. doi: 10.3389/fnagi.2015.00137

 
 
Selected Conference Presentations
Schoch, S.F., Castro-Mejia, J.L., Leng, B., Kot, W., Krych, L., Nielsen, D.S., and Kurth, S. (2018, October). Interplay between sleep, behavioral maturational status and gut bacteria in infant development. Presentation at the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology Congress, San Diego, USA.
 

Schoch, S.F., Castro-Mejia, J.L., Leng, B., Kot, W., Krych, L., Nielsen, D.S., and Kurth, S. (2018, September). Tracking infant development: Links between sleep-wake behavior and gut bacteria beta diversity. Presentation at the European Sleep Research Society Congress, Basel, CH.

Schoch, S.F., and Kurth, S. (2018, September). Actimetry in infant sleep research: An approach to streamline algorithms and facilitate comparability. Presentation at the CRPP Sleep and Health Seminar, Zürich, CH.

Schoch, S.F., Castro-Mejia, J.L., Leng, B., Kot, W., Krych, L., Nielsen, D.S., and Kurth, S. (2018, February). Relationship between infant sleep behavior and gut bacteria beta diversity. Presentation at the Gordon Research Seminar "Sleep Regulation and Function", Galveston, USA.
 
Schoch, S.F., Jenni, O.G., Huber, R. and Kurth, S. (2017, October) Longitudinal development of macrostructural infant sleep behaviors and relationship with feeding mode and development. Presentation at the ESRS Sleep Science School in Frejus, FR.
 
Schoch, S.F., Jenni, O.G., Huber, R. and Kurth, S. (2017, October). Concerns about your baby's sleep: maternal cognitions and infant sleep at 3 and 6 months of age. Poster presented at the World Sleep Congress, Prague, CZ.
 
Schoch, S.F., Boschert-Hennrich, S., Jenni, O.G., Huber, R., and Kurth, S. (2017, August). Sleep, development and maternal cognitions in 3-month-old infants. Poster presented at the Lancaster Conference on Infant and Early Child Development, University of Lancaster, UK.
 
Schoch, S.F. and Kurth, S. (2017, April). Quantifying sleep behavior in 3 month old infants. Presentation at the Swiss Young Sleep Wake Chronobiology Network Annual Workshop in Kandersteg, CH.
 
Schoch S.F., Riedner B., Dean D.C., O'Muircheartaigh J., Deoni S.C., Huber R., LeBourgeois M.K. & Kurth, S. (2016, September). Maturational changes in the overnight dynamics of slow oscillations in the sleep electroencephalogram (EEG). Poster presented at the ZNZ Symposium in Zurich, CH.

Schoch S.F., Schredl, M. & Rasch, B. (2016, March). Sleep, Dreams and Memory. Presentation at the 4th BENESCO Winter Research Meeting in Wengen, CH.
 
 
Schoch S.F., Schredl M., & Rasch, B. (2014, May). The relationship between dreaming, sleep and memory consolidation. Poster presented at the LiMaDoKo Congress of the Psychological Institute, University of Zurich, CH.
 
Non scientific publications
 

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