Michael Barthelmäs

Michael Barthelmäs studied psychology at the University of Ulm and the University of Bergen. He is a lecturer at the University of Ulm since March 2017.

Our free and user-friendly script for conducting ambulatory assessment studies by sending surveys to participants' smartphones via Telegram messenger, can be found under https://github.com/Raze97/Telegram-Survey-Bot.

Kontakt

 

 

Michael Barthelmäs
(b. Wagner)

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

michael.barthelmaes(at)uni-ulm.de
☎ +49-(0)731/50 33153
Π 47.2.279

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Research Interests

  • flow experience
  • empathy
  • psychophysiology
  • habits
  • cognitive behavioral therapy

Teaching

  • Spring 17: Ambulatory Assessment and Day Reconstruction Method
  • Spring 19: Data Analysis with SPSS-Syntax
  • Spring 19: Mediation and Moderation
  • Winter 19/20: Boundary conditions of flow experience

Conference Contributions

Organization

  • Organization of the Flow Symposium held at the Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, June 4 – 5, 2019.

Talks

  • Wagner, M. & Keller, J. (2019, June). A Cardiovascular Analysis of the Flow Experience. Talk presented at the Flow Symposium at the Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics. Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
  • Wagner, M., Montag, C., Waller, C., & Keller, J. (2018, May). No Flow at the Dark Side: Depressive Symptoms Hinder the Experience of Flow. Talk presented at the 3. Konferenz der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Positiv-Psychologische Forschung. Bochum, Germany. 
  • Wagner, M., Keller, J., Montag, C., & Waller, C. (2017, September). No Flow at the Dark Side: Das Vorliegen depressiver Symptome macht das Erleben von Flow weniger wahrscheinlich. Talk presented at the 16. Tagung der Fachgruppe Sozialpsychologie der DGPs. Ulm, Germany.

Posters

  • Wagner, M. & Keller, J. (2019, September). A Cardiovascular Analysis of the Flow Experience. Poster presented at the 17. Tagung der Fachgruppe Sozialpsychologie der DGPs. Köln, Germany.
  • Reinhardt, J., Wagner, M., & Keller, J. (2019, June). Investigating the Role of Subjective Task-value in Flow Experiences: Effects of Regulatory Fit. Poster presented at the Flow Symposium at the Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics. Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
  • Wagner, M. & Keller, J. (2019, February). A Cardiovascular Analysis of the Flow Experience. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Portland, USA.
  • Wagner, M., Montag, C., Waller, C., & Keller, J. (2018, March). No Flow at the Dark Side: Depression Hinders the Experience of Flow. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Atlanta, USA.

Workshops

  • Teacher of a workshop on “Running studies with INQUISIT-software“ (October, 2017) at the University of Belgrade.
  • Teacher of a workshop on “Measurement and analysis of cardiovascular signals“ (October, 2017) at the University of Belgrade.
  • Teacher of a workshop on “Impedance cardiography: The tricky details of ICG data handling“ (March, 2017) at the Research Knowledge Transfer Scheme, sponsored by the European Association of Social Psychology at the University of Belgrade.

Publications

  • Sassenrath, C., Wagner, M., Keller, J., & Sassenberg, K. (in press). It's a challenge! Empathizing with sad but not with angry individuals results in cardiovascular reactivity consistent with a challenge motivational state. Emotion.