Sabrina Guye

Sabrina Guye, Dr.

Wissenschaftliche Projektentwicklerin und -managerin / Scientific Project Developer and Manager

Tel.: +41 44 634 17 08

Anschrift: Andreasstrasse 15, Box 2, CH-8050 Zürich

Raumbezeichnung: AND 4.92

sabrina.guye@uzh.ch

UFSP Forschungsbereich

Forschungsinteressen

  • Personalisierte und kontextualisierte Gesundheitsinterventionen
  • Statistische Modelle zur Vorhersage von Interventionserfolgen
  • Kognitive Plastizität bei gesundem Altern
  • Prädiktoren von erfolgreichen kognitiven Alterungsverläufen

Mitglied (Experte der kognitiven und sozialen Gesundheitsdomänen) des Europäischen NESTORE Projekt-Konsortiums (H2020-SC1-PM-15-2017)

Publikationen

Oschwald, J., Guye, S., Liem, F., Rast, P., Willis, S., Röcke, C., Jäncke, L., Martin, M., & Mérillat, S. (in press). Brain structure and cognitive ability in healthy aging: A review on longitudinal correlated change. Reviews in the Neurosciences.

von Bastian, C. C., Guye, S., & De Simoni, C. (in press). How strong is the evidence for the effectiveness of working memory training? In M. F. Bunting, J. M. Novick, M. R. Dougherty & R. W. Engle (Eds.), Cognitive and Working Memory Training: Perspectives from Psychology, Neuroscience, and Human Development. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Angelini, L., del Bas, J. M., Subias, P., Orte, S., Andreoni, G., Mugellini, E., Khaled, O. A., Röcke, C., Guye, S., Porcelli, S., Mastropietro, A., Rizzo, G., & Boqué, N. (2019). The NESTORE e-coach: Accompanying older adults through a personalized pathway to wellbeing. Proceedings of the 12th ACM International Conference on Pervasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments (pp. 620-628). New York, NY: ACM. DOI: 10.1145/3316782.3322763

Guye, S., Röcke, C., Martin, M., & von Bastian, C. C. (2019). Functional ability in everyday life: Are associations with an engaged lifestyle mediated by working memory? The Journal of Gerontology Series B: Psychological and Social Sciences. Advanced online publication.

Orte, S., Subias, P., Fernandez, L., Mastropietro A., Porcelli, S., Rizzo, G., Boqué, N., Guye, S., Röcke, C., Andreoni, G., Crivello, A., & Palumbo, F. (2018). Dynamic decision support system for personalised coaching to support active ageing. Fourth Italian Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Ambient Assisted Living, Trento, Italy.

Guye, S. (2018). Healthy cognition in old age: Effects of an engaged lifestyle and cognitive training (Dissertation). Universität Zürich.

Guye, S., & von Bastian, C. C. (2017). Working memory training in older adults: Bayesian evidence supporting the absence of transfer. Psychology and Aging, 32(8), 732–746, doi:10.1037/pag0000206

Guye, S., De Simoni C., & von Bastian, C. C. (2017). Do individual differences predict change in cognitive training performance? A latent growth curve modelling approach. Journal of Cognitive Enhancement, 1(4), 374–393, doi:10.1007/s41465-017-0049-9

Guye, S., Röcke, C., Mérillat, S., von Bastian, C. C., & Martin, M. (2016). Plasticity in different age groups: Adult lifespan. In T. Strobach & J. Karbach (Eds.), Cognitive Training: An Overview of Features and Applications (pp. 45 – 55). Berlin: Springer. link

 

Konferenzbeiträge

Vorträge (* presenting author)

Guye, S*. (2017, December). Cognitive training in adulthood: From hype to reality. Invited talk at colloquium of developmental psychology of the the Max-Planck Institute of Human Development in Berlin, Germany

Guye, S.*, De Simoni, C., & von Bastian, C. C. (2017, October). Working memory training effectiveness and the role of individual differences.  Talk the LIFE Fall Academy in Zurich, Switzerland.

Guye, S.*, De Simoni, C., & von Bastian, C. C. (2017, April) Predicting trainability in younger and older adults using latent growth curve modeling. Invited symposium talk at the European Congress of Psychology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Guye, S.*, De Simoni, C., & von Bastian, C. C. (2017, March) Predicting training performance in older adults: Who improves the most? Invited key note talk at 4th International Conference Aging and Cognition, Zurich, Switzerland.

von Bastian, C. C.*, De Simoni, C., & Guye, S. (2017, March). No evidence for transfer effects after process-based working memory training. Talk at the Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen (TeaP), Dresden, Germany.

Guye, S.*, von Bastian, C. C., Röcke, C., & Martin, M. (2016, November) Does personality predict working memory training performance? Invited symposium talk at the Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting, New Orleans, USA.

Guye, S.* (2015, December). Geistige Fitness im Alter. Talk for the participants of the h-CAP study to report preliminary findings, University of Zurich, Switzerland.

Guye, S.* (2015, July). Working memory training in older age. Do individual differences predict training effectiveness? Invited talk at the colloquium of Prof. Akira Miyake, Department of Cognitive Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Colorado Boulder, USA.

Posterpräsentationen (* presenting author)

Röcke, C.*, Guye, S., & Martin, M. (2019, April). Novel Empowering Solutions and Technologies for Older People to Retain Everyday Life Activities (NESTORE). Poster presented at the 5th International Conference Aging & Cognition, Zurich, Switzerland.

Guye, S.*, Röcke, C., & Martin, M., & von Bastian, C. C. (2017, November). Everyday Competence: Associations with an Engaged Lifestyle and the Mediating Role of Working Memory. Poster presented at the URPP Dynamics of Healthy Aging In-House Conference, Ittingen, Switzerland.

Guye, S.*, von Bastian, C. C., Röcke, C., & Martin, M. (2017, August). Working memory training in old age: The role of individual differences. Poster presented at the WHO Site Visit at the URPP Dynamics of Healthy Aging, Zurich, Switzerland.  

Guye S.*, von Bastian, C. C., Röcke, C., & M. Martin (2016, May). Working memory training in old age: The role of individual differences. Poster presented at the LIFE Spring Academy, Charlottesville, United States.

Schwager, D.*, Guye, S., & Martin, M. (2016, May). Personality, cognition, and leisure activities in old age: The role of social, physical, and mental activities in the relationship between the Big Five and working memory.  Poster presented at the Masterstudierenden und Doktorierenden-Kongress (MaDoKo), Zurich, Switzerland.

Guye, S.*, von Bastian, C. C., Röcke, C., & Martin, M. (2016, January). The effectiveness of a working memory training in healthy older adults: Preliminary results. Poster presented at the SGG SSG Conference, Freiburg, Switzerland.  

Guye, S.*, von Bastian, C. C., Röcke, C., & Martin, M. (2015, October). Is working memory training effective in older adults: Preliminary results. Poster presented at the LIFE Fall Academy, Öhningen, Germany.

Guye, S.*, von Bastian, C. C., Costa, L., Röcke, C., & Martin, M. (2015, September). Impact of cognition, personality, affect, and everyday life context on working memory training in older adults. Poster presented at the URPP Dynamics of Healthy Aging Site Visit, Zurich, Switzerland.  

Guye, S.*, von Bastian, C. C., Bezzola, L. & Martin, M. (2015, May). Impact of cognition, personality, and affect on working memory training in older adults. Poster presented at the LIFE Spring Academy, Ann Arbor, United States.

Guye, S.*, von Bastian, C. C., Bezzola, L. & Martin, M. (2014, March). Impact of cognition, personality, affect, and everyday life on working memory training and transfer effects in healthy, older adults. Poster presented at the INAPIC Fall Workshop, Zurich, Switzerland

Guye, S.*, Zimmermann, K., Eschen, A., Zöllig, J., Mérillat, S., Jäncke, L., & Martin, M. (2012; May). Der Einfluss eines räumlichen Gedächtnistrainings auf kognitive Fähigkeiten und neuronale Strukturen im Alter. Poster presented at the LizentiandInnen-, Masterstudierenden und Doktorierenden-Kongress (LiMaDoKo), Zurich, Switzerland.