Myriam A. Baum, M. Sc.

Universität des Saarlandes
Dezernat Lehre und Studium
Gebäude A4 4 - Raum 1.02
D-66123 Saarbrücken

Sprechstunde: n.V.

Tel: +49(0)681/302-4792
myriam.baum(at)uni-saarland.de

 

 

Research Interests

  • Advertisement and Consumption
  • Demanding labor conditions
  • Delinquency
  • Dyadic Relationships
  • Psychopathy & Dark Triad
  • Open Science & Meta-Science

 

Professional Positions


 

2020-present
Quality manager for study programme development,
Department for Teaching and Studies,
Saarland University, Germany

2020-present
PhD Student,
Research Group Applied Statistical Modeling,
Saarland University, Germany

2017-2020
PhD Student and Research Associate,
Differential Psychology and Psychological Diagnostics
Saarland University, Germany

2017
Student Assistant
Differential Psychology and Psychological Diagnostics
Saarland University, Germany


 

Education


 

2017
Master of Science (M.Sc.), Psychology
Saarland University, Germany

2015
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.), Psychology
Saarland University, Germany


 

Grants


 

2020
How common is Open Science today? Investigating the adoption of Open Science practices cross-culturally.
GradUS global travel grant (Saarland University)
Awarded to Myriam A. Baum & Alexander Hart

Publications

Journal Articles

Baum, M.A., Spinath, F.M., & Hahn, E. (2021). Reexamining the relationship between shift work and health behavior: Do cognitive ability and personality moderate the relation? Collabra: Psychology, 7(1). doi.org/10.1525/collabra.21160

Baum, M.A.*,Klatzka, C.H.*, Nikstat, A., Iser, J., & Hahn, E. (2020). TwinLife Scales Manual F2F1, CATI1, F2F2, & CATI2 v2.0.0 (TwinLife Technical Report Series, 08). Project TwinLife “Genetic and social causes of life chances”

Krell, K., Nikstat, A., Kottwitz, A., Baum, M.A., Eifler, E.E., Hufer-Thamm, A., Klatzka, C.H., Lang, V., Mönkediek, B., Starr, A., & Weigel, L. (2020). TwinLife ShortGuide (TwinLife Technical Report Series, 11). Project TwinLife “Genetic and social causes of life chances”.

Baum, M.A.*,Klatzka, C.H.*, Iser, J., & Hahn, E. (2020). TwinLife Scales Manual F2F1, CATI1, & F2F2 (TwinLife Technical Report Series, 08). Project TwinLife “Genetic and social causes of life chances”.

Lang, V., Weigel. L., Mönkediek, B., Baum, M.A., Eichhorn, H., Eifler, E.E., Hahn, E., Hufer, A., Klatzka, C.H., Kottwitz, A., Krell, K., Nikstat, A., Diewald, M., Riemann, R., & Spinath, F.M. (2019). An Introduction to the German Twin Family Panel (TwinLife). Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik, 240(6), 837-847. https://doi.org/ 10.1515/jbnst-2019-0066

Klatzka, C.H.*, Baum, M.A.*, & Hahn, E. (2019). Selective or random panel dropout? An investigation of personality and relationship parameters (TwinLife Working Paper Series, 03). Project TwinLife “Genetic and social causes of life chances”.

Mönkediek, B., Lang, V., Weigel., Baum, M.A., Eifler, E.E., Hahn, E., Hufer, A., Klatzka, C.H., Kottwitz, A., Krell, K., Nikstat, A., Diewald. M., Riemann, R., & Spinath, F.M. (2019). The German Twin Family Panel (TwinLife). Twin Research and Human Genetics, 22(6), 540-547. https://doi.org/ 10.1017/thg.2019.63

* Equally contributing authors.

Conferences

Baum, M.A.* & Hart, A.* (2021, June). Open Science cross-culturally: First results of the OSCC-project and their implications for Open Science [Lightning talk]. Annual meeting of the Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science, Online.

Baum, M.A.* & Hart, A.* (2020, June). How common is Open Science today? Investigating the adoption of Open Science practices cross-culturally [Hackathon]. Annual meeting of the Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science, Online. Slides and materials of the ongoing project: https://osf.io/d6pu5/

Baum, M.A., Petersen, L., Hahn, E., & Spinath, F.M. (2020, February). Eight days a week: Investigating domain-specific and global life satisfaction in shift workers and their partners [Poster presentation]. Society for Personality and Social Psychology, New Orleans, LA, United States.

Baum, M.A., Spinath, F.M., & Hahn, E. (2019, September). Shift work and health behavior – potential moderating effects of cognitive abilities and personality characteristics on the link between shift work and health behavior and implications for labor law decision. In Hufer, A. (Chair), Political psychology – On the interplay of individual differences, politics, and society [Symposium]. Conference on Personality and Psychological Assessment, Dresden, Germany.

Baum, M.A., Spinath, F.M., & Hahn, E. (2019, July). When the night becomes day: Potential moderating effects of cognitive abilities and personality characteristics on the link between shift work and health behavior [Conference session]. International Society for the Study of Individual Differences, Florence, Italy.

Witt, M.A., Gottschling, J., Hahn, E., & Spinath, F.M. (2017, September). Wolf im Schafspelz? Unterschiede in der Dunklen Triade im Kontext unterschiedlicher Berufsgruppen [Wolf in lamb's clothing? Differences in the Dark Triad in the context of different professional groups] [Conference session]. 14. Arbeitstagung der Fachgruppe Differentielle Psychologie, Persönlichkeitspsychologie und Psychologische Diagnostik, Munich, Germany.

* Equally contributing authors.

Other Publications

Hart, A., & Baum, M.A. (2021, April 2). Eat, Work, Sleep, Repeat – Wie Home-Office unser Wohlbefinden beeinflussen kann und wer ehe von Telearbeit profitiert [Eat, Work, Sleep, Repeat - How working from home can influence our well-being and who is more likely to benefit from telework]. In-Mind – The Inquisitive Mind. https://de.in-mind.org/blog/post/eat-work-sleep-repeat-wie-home-office-unser-wohlbefinden-beeinflussen-kann-und-wer-eher

Baum, M.A., & Hart, A. (2021, March 26). Zeig‘ mir wie Du spielst, und ich sag‘ Dir, wer Du bist – Wie Persönlichkeit mit dem Verhalten in Videospielen zusammenhängt [Show me how you play and I'll tell you who you are - How personality relates to video game behavior]. In-Mind – The Inquisitive Mind. https://de.in-mind.org/blog/post/zeig-mir-wie-du-spielst-und-ich-sag-dir-wer-du-bist-wie-persoenlichkeit-mit-dem-verhalten

Baum, M.A., & Spinath, F.M. (2019, November 18). Wie Du mir, so ich Dir – wie das Prinzip der Reziprozität unser Kaufverhalten beeinflusst [Tit for tat - how the principle of reciprocity influences our consumer behavior]. In-Mind – The Inquisitive Mind.https://de.in-mind.org/blog/post/wie-du-mir-so-ich-dir-wie-das-prinzip-der-reziprozitaet-unser-kaufverhalten-beeinflusst

Teaching

Bachelor Level

Seminar 'Personality and performance diagnostics'

Seminar 'Introduction to personality psychology and differential psychology'

Master Level

Seminar 'Medical psychology: Physician-patient relations - interaction and communication'