Persons

David Von Allmen

Title
Dr.
Position
Advanced Researcher
David Yoh von Allmen, Dr.
Telephone
E-mail
david.vonallmen [at] hfh.ch
Room
334
Organizational Unit
Zentrum Forschung & Entwicklung
Study Courses
MA Schulische Heilpädagogik

Publications

von Allmen, D. Y., Kedzia, S., Dettwiler, R., Vogel, N., Kunz, R., & de Boer, W. E. L.
(2020).
Functional interviewing was associated with improved agreement among expert psychiatrists in estimating claimant work capacity: A secondary data analysis of real-life work disability evaluations.
Frontiers in Psychiatry,
11
621.
Kunz, R., von Allmen, D. Y., Marelli, R., Hoffmann-Richter, U., Jeger, J., Mager, R., Colomb, E., Schaad, H., Bachmann, M., Vogel, N., Busse, J. W., Eichhorn, M., Bänziger, O., Zumbrunn, T., de Boer, W. E. L., & Fischer, K.
(2019).
The reproducibility of psychiatric evaluations of work disability: Two reliability and agreement studies.
BMC Psychiatry,
19
(205),
Barth, J., de Boer, W. E. L., Busse, J. W., Hoving, J. L., Kedzia, S., Couban, R., Fischer, K., von Allmen, D. Y., Spanjer, J., & Kunz, R.
(2017).
Inter-rater agreement in evaluation of disability: systematic review of reproducibility studies.
BMJ,
356
(j14),
10.1136.
Klaver, P., Knirsch, W., Wurmitzer, K., & von Allmen, D. Y.
(2016).
Children and adolescents show altered visual working memory related brain activity more than one decade after arterial switch operation for d-transposition of the great arteries.
Developmental Neuropsychology,
41
(4),
261–267.
von Allmen, D. Y., Wurmitzer, K., & Klaver, P.
(2014).
Hippocampal and posterior parietal contributions to developmental increases in visual short-term memory capacity.
Cortex,
59C
95–102.
von Allmen, D. Y.
(2014).
Neurocognitive factors underpinning individual and developmental differences in visual short-term memory capacity.
[Dissertation, Psychologisches Institut, Philosophische Fakultät, Universität Zürich].
von Allmen, D. Y., Wurmitzer, K., Martin, E., & Klaver, P.
(2013).
Neural activity in the hippocampus predicts individual visual short-term memory capacity.
Hippocampus,
23
(7),
606–615.

Lectures

von Allmen, D. Y.
Reporting activity limitations: IFAP, the Instrument of Functional Assessment in Psychiatry and training needs.
[Konferenzvortrag].
EUMASS Congress 2018,
Maastricht, The Netherlands.
von Allmen, D. Y.
Reliabilität in der versicherungsmedizinischen Begutachtung: Zielsetzung und Methoden der RELY-Studie.
[Konferenzvortrag].
SGPP-Kongress,
Bern, Schweiz.
von Allmen, D. Y.
Adoption of function-oriented interview in disability evaluation.
[Poster].
Tag der Klinischen Forschung,
Basel, Schweiz.
von Allmen, D. Y.
The adoption of the ICF framework for disability assessments in Switzerland.
[Konferenzvortrag].
EUMASS Congress,
Ljubljana, Slovenia.
von Allmen, D. Y.
Adoption of functional interviewing in disability evaluation.
[Konferenzvortrag].
EUMASS Congress,
Ljubljana, Slovenia.
von Allmen, D. Y.
Adoption of function-oriented interview in disability evaluation.
[Poster].
PSY Congress 2016,
Basel, Schweiz.
von Allmen, D. Y.
Functional interviewing in disability evaluation.
[Poster].
Basel, Schweiz.