Nina Raduner completed her bachelor’s and master’s in psychology at the University of Zurich between 2015 and 2020. The focus of her master was on neuroscience, neuropsychology and cognitive science. During her master’s, Nina was involved in the CLINT project (Prof. Lutz Jäncke) in which she also wrote her master thesis. The subject of her thesis were the neurophysiological correlates of the word frequency and language switch effect.
Nina is now a PhD candidate in the URPP AdaBD project studying the neuronal correlates of non-linguistic multisensory learning in typically developed children and children with developmental language disorders. She is supervised by Prof. Dr. Silvia Brem, Prof. Dr. Nora Raschle, PD Dr. med. Michael Von Rhein, and Prof. Dr. Christian Ruff.