Sylvia Hach

Senior Lecturer-Clinical Research Centre, Community Development; Senior Lecturer-Clinical Research Centre, Health Care
Health Care

Profile

Education   BA (UoA), MA (UoA), PhD (Max-Planck-Institute & University of Leipzig)       Methodology  
  • neuropsychological assessment
  • physiological stress measurement
  • (pressure) pain threshold measurement
  • structural and functional MRI
  • (repetitive) Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
  • motion capture (VICON)
  Research interests    
  • Spatial perception
  • (Spatial) embodiment
  • Individual differences in spatial (body) perception (e.g., handedness)
  • Plasticity of spatial (body) perception (e.g., stroke, illusions, mood disorders)
  • Role of visual (body) context and emotional state on pain perception
  • (Perspective in) autobiographical memory and future thinking

Publications

Jauny, R., Hayward, C., Baghaei, N., & Hach, S. (2017). MoodRush: Engaging, language-free, mobile self-asssessment of mood. Innovations that Transform Societies; Wintec ITP Symposium and Expo, Hamilton, New Zealand.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3895

Addis, D. R., Moloney, E. J., Tippett, L. J., Roberts, R., & Hach, S. (2017). The neural bases of autobiographical memory retrieval. Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC) XII, Sydney, Australia.

Addis, D.R., Hach, S., Murray, C., & Tippett, L.J. (2017). Reduced specificity of imagined future events in depression. Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC) XII, Sydney, Australia.

Roberts, R. P., Hach, S., Tippett, L. J., & Addis, D. R. (2016). The Simpson's paradox and fMRI: Similarities and differences between functional connectivity measures derived from within-subject and across-subject correlations. Neuroimage (Vol. 135).

Addis, D. R., Moloney, E. E., Tippett, L. J., Roberts, R. P., & Hach, S. (2016). Characterizing cerebellar activity during autobiographical memory retrieval: ALE and functional connectivity investigations. Neuropsychologia (Vol. Sep(90)).

McKechnie, R. C., Hach, S., Roy, D. E., Harrington, A., & Andersen, V. (2016). Stroke Family/Whānau pilot project. New Zealand, NXMG (Vol. 129(1441):New Zealand Medical Journal).

Addis, D.R., Hach, S., & Tippett, L.J. (2016). Do strategic processes contribute to the specificity of future simulation in depression? British Journal of Clinical Psychology (Vol. na).

Hach, S., Tippett, L. J., & Addis, D. R. (2016). A closer examination of episodic specificity in depression. 6th International Conference on Memory, Budapest, Hungary.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3735

Hach, S. (2015). Functional connectivity of key default mode network regions in depression at rest. Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

Hach, S., Tippett, L. J., and Addis, D. R. (2014). Neural changes associated with the generation of specific past and future events in depression. Neuropsychologia (Vol. 65).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3052

Hach, S., and Schuetz-Bosbach, S. (2014). In (or outside of) your neck of the woods: laterality in spatial body representation. Frontiers in Psychology (Vol. 19/5).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3050

Bautista, C., Addis, D. R., Tippett, L. J., & Hach, S. (2014). Far, far away: Evidence of a greater effect of increased physical effort on low-level perception in depression. Australasian Winter Conference on Brain Research, Queenstown, New Zealand.

Hach, S. (2014). Remembering the past and imagining the future in depression. The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.

Hach , S. (2013). Staging the future: Contributions of executive dysfunction to low specificity of future thinking in depression. .

Hach, S. (2013). Divergent right hippocampus-mediated networks during autobiographical event generation in depression. Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

Hach, S. (2013). Autobiographical memory in patient populations. The University of Auckland, The University of Auckland, New Zealand.

Hach, S. (2013). Verzerrtes Selbstbild Warped image of the self. Gehirn und Geist Brain and Mind (Vol. 3/2013).

Hach, S., and Schuetz-Bosbach, S. (2012). Touching base: The effect of participant and stimulus modulation factors on a haptic line bisection task. Laterality (Vol. 17/2).

Hach, S., Ishihara, M., Keller, P., and Schuetz-Bosbach, S. (2011). Hard and fast rules about the body: Contributions of the action stream to judging body space. Experimental Brain Research (Vol. 212/4).

Hach, S., and Schuetz-Bosbach, S. (2010). Sinistrals' upper hand: Evidence for handedness differences in the representation of body space. Brain and Cognition (Vol. 72/3).

Hach, S., Ishihara, M., Keller, P., and Schuetz-Bosbach, S. (2010). Hard and fast rules about the body: Evidence of dorsal contributions to judging body space. .

Hach, S. (2010). The body (in) space: Similarities between body and peripersonal spatial representations and evidence of dorsal contributions to judging body space. 26 September - 1 October, 2010.

Barber, P. A., Tippett, L. J., Merry , A. F., Hach, S., Frampton, C., and Milsom, P. (2009). Postoperative ischemia and cognitive impairment in cardiac surgery patients. Annals of Thoracic Surgery (Vol. 87/2).

Hach, S., and Schuetz-Bosbach, S. (2009). Sinistrals' upper hand: Evidence for handedness differences in the representation of body space. .

Barber, P. A., Hach, S., Tippett, L. J., Ross, L., Merry, A. F., and Milsom, P. (2008). Cerebral ischemic lesions on diffusion-weighted imaging are associated with neurocognitive decline after cardiac surgery. Stroke (Vol. 39/5).

Hach, S. (2006). Hearts and minds: Pre- and post-surgical neuropsychological and neuroimaging findings in a cardiac patient group. .