Dr. Marius Raab

Diplom-Psychologe / Informatiker (B.Sc.)

Raum: M3/02.18

Telefon: +49 951 863 1859

E-Mail: marius.raab(at)uni-bamberg.de

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1018-745X

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Marius-Raab

Schwerpunkte

  • Psychologische und technische Aspekte der Distanzkommunikation in der Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie, besonders B2C-Kommunikation, Unternehmenskommunikation und Führung
  • Ergonomie & Human Factors
  • Game & Gamification: spielerische Ansätze zur menschlichen Motivation im Sozial- und Arbeitskontext
  • Verschwörungstheorien, Manipulation und die Kraft der Narration
  • Elektrophysiologische und behaviorale Messung von Emotionen (v.a. User Experience & Nostalgie) bei Musik, Computerspielen, und im ästhetischen Erleben
  • Konfliktpsychologie und Verhandlung
  • Distanz-Lernen
  • Ehrenamt und Biografie

Veröffentlichungen

  • Peschka, L., & Raab, M.H. (in press). A thing like a human? A mixed-methods study on sex doll usage. International Journal of Sexual Health.
  • Döbler, N.A., & Raab, M.H. (2021). Thinking ET: A discussion of exopsychology. Acta Astronautica, 189, 699–711. doi.org/10.1016/j.actaastro.2021.09.032
  • Raab, M.H., Döbler, N.A., & Carbon, C.C. (2021). A Game of Covid: Strategic thoughts about a ludified pandemic. Frontiers in Psychology, 12. doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.607309
  • Küster, H., & Raab, M.H. (2021): "Im Overwrite-Modus überstürmt". Optimierte Stressgestaltung und Belastungserfahrungen in agil organisierten Start-ups ["Rushed in overwrite mode". Optimised stress design and stress experiences in agile start-ups.] Journal für Psychologie, 29(1), 169–190. doi.org/10.30820/0942-2285-2021-1-169
  • Semle, R., & Raab, M.H. (2021). "Da kann doch kein Mensch gesund bleiben". Gesundheitsbezogene Verschwörungstheorien in subjektiven Theorien über Gesundheit und Krankheit – eine Untersuchung mit der Heidelberger Struktur-Lege-Technik ["No one's supposed to stay healthy this way." Health-related conspiracy theories in subjective theories about health and illness. A study using the Heidelberg Structure-Formation Technique]. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung, 22(1). doi.org/10.17169/fqs-22.1.3534
  • Raab, M.H. (2020). Fluch und Segen des Erkennens: Welchen psychologischen Nutzen hat der Glaube an Verschwörungstheorien? [The curse and blessing of understanding: What is the psychological benefit of believing in conspiracy theories?]. In S. Stumpf & D. Römer (Eds.), Verschwörungstheorien im Diskurs. Zeitschrift für Diskursforschung [4. Beiheft] (pp. 57–87). Beltz.
  • Raab, M.H. (2019). "Reichsbürger" zwischen GmbH und GbR — die psychologische Funktion einer alternativen gesellschaftlichen Realität ["Reichsbürger" between GmbH and GbR―the psychological function of an alternative social reality]. In C. Schönberger und S. Schönberger (Eds.), Die Reichsbürger. Verfassungsfeinde zwischen Staatsverweigerung und Verschwörungstheorie (pp. 107–126). Campus.
  • Raab, M.H., & Voit, T. (2019): Vier gewinnt? Gamification-Lehre als Kooperation von Hochschule, Uni, Spielearchiv und KMU [Four wins? Teaching gamification as a cooperation between University of Applied Sciences, University, games archive and SME]. Tagungsband des 4. Symposiums zur Hochschullehre in den MINT-Fächern [Nürnberg, Deutschland] (pp. 69–77).
  • Raab, M.H. (2018): To measure or not to measure? Psychometrics and conspiracy theories. In M. R. X. Dentith (Ed.): Taking conspiracy theories seriously (pp. 155–170). Rowman and Littlefield International.
  • Carbon, C.C., Mchedlidze, T., Raab, M.H., & Waechter, H. (2018). The power of shape: How shape of node-link diagrams impacts aesthetic appreciation and triggers interest. i-Perception, 9(5). doi.org/10.1177/2041669518796851
  • Muth, C., Raab, M.H., & Carbon, C. C. (2017). Expecting the unexpected: How gallery-visitors experience Semantic Instability in art. Art & Perception, 5(2), 121–142. doi.org/10.1163/22134913-00002062
  • Raab, M.H., Carbon, C.C., & Muth, C. (2017). Am Anfang war die Verschwörungstheorie [In the beginning there was conspiracy theory]. Springer. doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-53883-8_1
  • Raab, M.H. (2016).  Manipulation, exaggeration and conspiracy. Experimental approaches to a better understanding of the belief in conspiracy theories. [Doctoral thesis, University of Bamberg] Opus. opus4.kobv.de/opus4-bamberg/frontdoor/index/index/docId/47234
  • Gebauer, F., Raab, M.H., & Carbon, C.C. (2016). Back to the USSR: How colors might shape the political perception of East vs. West. i-Perception 7(6). doi.org/10.1177/2041669516676823
  • Gebauer, F., Raab, M.H., & Carbon, C.C. (2016). Conspiracy formation is in the detail: on the interaction of conspiratorial predispositions and semantical cues. Applied Cognitive Psychology 30(6), 917924. doi.org/10.1002/acp.3279
  • Gebauer, F., Raab, M.H., & Carbon, C.C. (2016). Imagine all the forces: The impact of threatening news coverage on the willingness to militarily engage in the resurgence of the East vs. West conflict. Journal of Media Psychology Theories Methods and Applications, 29(2), 1-7.doi.org/10.1027/1864-1105/a000180
  • Muth, C., Raab, M.H., & Carbon, C.C. (2016). Semantic stability is more pleasurable in unstable episodic contexts. On the relevance of perceptual challenge in art appreciation. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10(43). doi.org/10.3389/fnhum.2016.00043
  • Weth, K., Raab, M.H., & Carbon, C.C. (2016). Investigating emotional responses to self-selected sad music via self-report and automated facial analysis. Musicae Scientiae, 19(4), 412432.doi.org/10.1177/1029864915606796
  • Muth, C., Raab, M.H., & Carbon, C.C. (2015). The stream of experience when watching artistic movies. Dynamic aesthetic effects revealed by the continuous evaluation procedure (CEP). Frontiers in Psychology, 6, p. 365. doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00365
  • Raab, M.H., Muth, C., & Carbon, C. C. (2013). M5oX: Methoden zur multidimensionalen und dynamischen Erfassung des Nutzererlebens [M5oX: Methods for the multidimensional and dynamic capture of user experience]. In S. Boll-Westermann, S. Maaß & R. Malaka (Eds.), Workshopband Mensch & Computer 2013 (pp. 155–164). Oldenburg Verlag.
  • Raab, M.H., Auer, N., Ortlieb, S., & Carbon, C. C. (2013). The Sarrazin effect: the presence of absurd statements in conspiracy theories makes canonical information less plausible. Frontiers in Personality Science and Individual Differences, 4. doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00453
  • Raab, M.H., Ortlieb, S., Guthmann, K., Auer, N., & Carbon, C. C. (2013). Thirty shades of truth: Conspiracy theories as stories of individuation, not of pathological delusion. Frontiers in Personality Science and Individual Differences, 4. doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00406
  • Schmid, U., Siebers, M., Folger, J., Schineller, S., Seuß, D., Raab, M.H., Carbon, C. C., & Faerber, S. (2013). A cognitive model for predicting aesthetical judgements as similarity to dynamic prototypes. Cognitive Systems Research, 24, 72–79.
  • Schmid, U., Siebers, M., Carbon, C. C., Raab, M.H., Rüsseler, J., Gross, T., Schlieder, C., & Dörner, D. (Eds.). (2012). Proceedings of the 11th Biannual Conference of the German Cognitive Science Society – KogWis 2012. University of Bamberg Press.
  • Raab, M.H., Wernsdorfer, M., Kitzelmann, E., & Schmid, U. (2011). From sensorimotor maps to rules: An agent learns from a stream of experience. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 6830, 333339.

Konferenzbeiträge

  • Raab, M.H., Styrnal, M., Amichai-Hamburger, Y., Pastukhov, A., & Carbon, C.C. (2022, 28.08–01.09.). Face masks undermine first-glance affective responses to emotional facial displays [poster presentation]. European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP), Nijmegen, Nederland. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.11851.05924
  • Hanisch, L., Carbon, C.C., & Raab, M.H. (2022, 2427.08). Welcome to the Warp Zone: The digital canvas needs our attention [conference contribution]. Visual Science of Arts Conference (VSAC) 2022, Amsterdam, Netherlands. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.29108.32641
  • Raab, M.H., Hanisch, L., Tesch, J., & Carbon, C.C. (2022, 2427.08). The creative potential of digital constraints [conference contribution]. Visual Science of Arts Conference (VSAC) 2022, Amsterdam, Netherlands. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.25752.88324
  • Raab, M.H., & Carbon, C.C. (2021, 2227.08). Perceiving the own fovea by using a rotating disc [poster presentation].European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP) 2021, online. doi: 10.1177/03010066211059887
  • Raab, M.H. & Carbon, C.C. (2019, 2124.08). There is a crack in everything. Is that how the appreciation comes in? [poster presentation]. Visual Science of Arts Conference (VSAC) 2019, Leuven, Belgium.
  • Raab, M.H., Burmester, A., Carbon, C.C., & Pastukhov, A. (2018, 2630.08). Add-on gamification might help to increase participants' motivation, but not evidently their performance in a visual color-matching task [poster presentation]. European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP) 2018, Trieste, Italy. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.30433.35681
  • Raab, M.H., Wolff, F., & Carbon, C.C. (2018, 2426.08). Character design in video game art: Stereotypical facial aesthetics elicits emotional distress in morally demanding situations [poster presentation]. Visual Science of Arts Conference (VSAC) 2018, Trieste, Italy.
  • Raab, M.H., Wolff, F., & Carbon, C.C. (2018, 1114.03). Killing the deadly beauty. Character aesthetics in a video game influences the perceived burden in a moral dilemma situation [conference contribution], 60th Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP), Marburg, Germany.
  • Roderus, S., Lehmann, R., Voit, T., & Raab, M.H. (2017, 3–4.11). Spielerisches Lernen an der Hochschule 4.0 - Ein Ansatz zur empirischen Entwicklung von Entwurfsmustern für die motivierende Gestaltung von Lehr- und Lernprozessen [Playful learning in higher education 4.0An approach for the empirical development of design patterns for the motivating design of teaching and learning processes] [conference contribution]. DGfE Fachtagung „Universität 4.0“ – Folgen der Digitalisierung akademischer Lehre und Forschung, Berlin, Germany.
  • Raab, M.H., & Carbon, C.C. (2017, 27–31.08). The clear-cut water drop: A visual illusion to perceive top-down saccadic fill-in [conference paper]. European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP) 2017, Berlin, Germany.
  • Raab, M.H., Waechter, H., Mchedlidze, T., & Carbon, C.C. (2017, 25–27.08). The relation of graph visualization and aesthetics: An empirical approach [poster presentation]. Visual Science of Arts Conference (VSAC) 2017, Berlin, Germany. doi: 10.1163/22134913-00002099
  • Raab, M.H., Makarova, A. & Carbon, C.C. (2016). Yellow is more creative than you know: Exploring implicit color associations with the multidimensional IAT. Perception 45(Suppl.)(8), 220–221.
  • Raab, M.H., Muth, C. & Carbon, C.C. (2016, 26–28.08). Capturing the intangible. M5oX – A multi-dimensional toolbox for measuring dynamics of aesthetic experience [poster presentation]. Visual Science of Arts Conference (VSAC), Barcelona, Spain. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.34467.86567
  • Raab, M.H., Gebauer, F., Kammerl, B., & Carbon, C.C. (2015, September). Personal Belief and Conspiracy Belief [conference paper]. World Psychological Forum – Crossroads of Interdisciplinarity, Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Gebauer, F. Raab, M.H., Brandenstein, N. & Carbon, C.C. (2015, September). Imagine all the forces: The impact of threatening news coverage on the willingness for first-step military action in the Ukraine Crisis [conference paper]. World Psychological Forum – Crossroads of Interdisciplinarity, Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Gebauer, F. Raab, M.H., Brandenstein, N. & Carbon, C.C. (2015, 09–11.09).Bellicistic press coverage and the willingness to initiate first-step military actions in the resurgence of the East vs. West conflict [conference paper].9th Conference of the Media Psychology Division, Tübingen, Germany.
  • Raab, M.H., Ortlieb, S.A., Gebauer, F., Ettner, J., & Carbon, C.C. (2015). Vita brevis, kitsch longae―When death was salient, kitsch appears less kitschy. Perception, 44(Suppl.), 67.
  • Raab, M.H., Muth, C., & Carbon, C. C. (2015, 22–23.08). The aesthetic value of multi―modal semantic gaps [conference paper]. VSAC 2015 Book of Abstracts, 3rd Visual Science of Art Conference, Liverpool, England.
  • Muth, C., Raab, M.H., & Carbon, C. C. (2015, 22–23.08). On the relationship between determinacy and art appreciation across different episodic contexts [conference paper]. In VSAC 2015 Book of Abstracts, 3rd Visual Science of Art Conference, Liverpool, England.
  • Raab, M.H., Muth, C., & Carbon, C. C. (2014, 23–24.08). Pleasure by irritation: lessons from artworks and illusions on the active creation of meaning [conference paper]. In VSAC 2014 Book of Abstracts (p. 28), 2nd Visual Science of Art Conference, Belgrade, Serbia.
  • Raab, M.H., Muth, C., & Carbon, C. C. (2014, 23–24.08). Expecting the unexpected: Art gallery visitors judge ambiguous artistic film material as less indeterminate and more pleasurable [conference paper]. In VSAC 2014 Book of Abstracts (pp. 36-37), 2nd Visual Science of Art Conference, Belgrade, Serbia.
  • Raab, M.H., Muth, C., & Carbon, C. C. (2014). What can the pupil size tell us about aesthetics? Towards a multidimensional model of complex continuous experience. Perception, 43(Suppl.), 159.
  • Muth, C., Raab, M.H., & Carbon, C. C. (2014). The dynamics of ‘Aesthetic Aha’: Insightful moments during the elaboration of artistic movies increase appreciation [conference paper]. In VSAC 2014 Book of Abstracts (p. 20), 2nd Visual Science of Art Conference, Belgrade, Serbia.
  • Muth, C., Raab, M.H., & Carbon, C. C. (2014). Stream along the aesthetic mind. The dynamics of elaborating artistic movies. Perception, 43(Suppl.), 10.
  • Albrecht, S., Raab, M.H., & Carbon, C. C. (2014). Amplification effects of processing fluency on implicit affective evaluation. Perception, 43(Suppl.), 154.
  • Harsanyi, G., Raab, M.H., Hesslinger, V., Düclos, D., Zink, J., & Carbon, C.C. (2013, April). Osama bin Laden is still alive – An implicit profile of disfavor against faces with stereotypical Muslim attributes. Abstracts of the 55th Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP), Vienna, Austria. Pabst Science Publishers.
  • Raab, M.H., Hesslinger, V. M., Muth, C., & Enz, S. (2012). Motion and emotion: Using Kinect to force ideomotor empathy. In U. Schmid, M. Siebers, C. C. Carbon, M. Raab, J. Rüsseler, T. Gross, C. Schlieder, & D. Dörner (Eds.), Proceedings of the 11th Biannual Conference of the German Cognitive Science Society –  KogWis 2012 (pp. 98-99). University of Bamberg Press.
  • Raab, M.H., Shengelia, N., & Carbon, C. C. (2012). Back to the roots: Measuring motoric correlates of Ur-Emotions. In U. Schmid, M. Siebers, C. C. Carbon, M. Raab, J. Rüsseler, T. Gross, C. Schlieder, & D. Dörner (Eds.), Proceedings of the 11th Biannual Conference of the German Cognitive Science Society – KogWis 2012 (pp. 141142). University of Bamberg Press.
  • Imhof, M., Raab, M.H., & Carbon, C. C. (2012). PsiCasso: Simulating the dynamics of aesthetic appreciation. In U. Schmid, M. Siebers, C. C. Carbon, M. Raab, J. Rüsseler, T. Gross, C. Schlieder, & D. Dörner (Eds.), Proceedings of the 11th Biannual Conference of the German Cognitive Science Society – KogWis 2012 (pp. 129131). University of Bamberg Press.
  • Jakesch, M., Ortlieb, S., Raab, M.H., & Carbon, C. C. (2012). Size matters! How value organizes our perception of art. In U. Schmid, M. Siebers, C. C. Carbon, M. Raab, J. Rüsseler, T. Gross, C. Schlieder, & D. Dörner (Eds.), Proceedings of the 11th Biannual Conference of the German Cognitive Science Society – KogWis 2012 (pp. 8889). University of Bamberg Press.
  • Raab, M.H., Shengelia, N., & Carbon, C. C. (2012). Towards an emotional footprint: Non-verbal analysis of emotionally processed visual stimuli via posturography. Perception, 41(Suppl.), 96.
  • Harsanyi, G., Raab, M.H., Hesslinger, V. M., Düclos, D., Zink, J., & Carbon, C. C. (2012). The face of terrorism: Stereotypical Muslim facial attributes evoke implicit perception of threat. Perception, 41(Suppl.), 111.
  • Schmid, U., Siebers, M., Folger, J., Schineller, S., Seuß, D., Raab, M.H., Carbon, C. C., & Faerber, S. (2012). A cognitive model for predicting aesthetical judgements as similarity to dynamic prototypes. In N. Rußwinkel, U. Drewitz, & H. van Rijn (Eds.), Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling (pp. 1318).Universitätsverlag der TU Berlin.
  • Schmid, U., Grossmann, P., Wachter, M., Raab, M.H., Carbon, C. C., & Faerber, S. J. (2011). How visible are different variations of spatial features and relations in logos and how does visibility affect prototype generation? In A. Henrich, C. Schlieder, & U. Schmid (Eds.), Visibilityin Information Spaces and in Geographic Environments: Post-Proceedings of the KI'11 Workshop(pp. 2334).University of Bamberg Press.
  • Raab, M.H., Imhof, M., & Carbon, C. C. (2011). Eyes for an agent: Simulation of dynamically evolving preferences for visual stimuli by a neural network and a multiple-trace memory model. Perception, 40(Suppl.), 205.
  • Rockelmann, L., Zimmermann, R., Raab, M.H., & Carbon, C.C. (2011). How you look at art: Analyzing beholder's movement pattern by radio-based identification. Perception, 40(Suppl.), 222.
  • Raab, M.H., & Carbon, C. C. (2010). Objective measures for complexity and curvature in visual objects and scenes. Perception, 39 (Suppl.), 114115.
  • Raab, M.H. & Wernsdorfer, M. (2010). Heidi, James & Igor. Inductive rule acquisition for a philosophically and psychologically founded autonomous agent. In J. Haack, H. Wiese, A. Abraham, & C. Chiarcos (Eds.), Proceedings of KogWis 2010. 10th Biannual Meeting of the German Society for Cognitive Science (p. 161). Universitätsverlag Potsdam.