Nina Coy

Nina Coy

Research Fellow

Kognitive einschließlich Biologische Psychologie
Städtisches Kaufhaus
Neumarkt 9, Room 248
04109 Leipzig

Phone: +49 341 97-39574

Professional career

  • since 10/2018
    Staff researcher & teacher | BioCog, Wilhelm-Wundt-Institute of Psychology, Leipzig University
  • since 10/2019
    Guest scientist at Max Planck Institut for Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig
  • 10/2018 - 08/2020
    Staff teacher | Psychological Methods, Wilhelm-Wundt-Institute of Psychology, Leipzig University
  • 11/2016
    German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) – research stay |Clinical Psychology, School of Psychology, University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia (supervisor: A/Prof Juanita Todd)
  • 10/2014 - 09/2018
    research assistant | BioCog, Wilhelm-Wundt-Institute of Psychology, Leipzig University
  • 09/2017 - 01/2018
    internship | Psychotherapeutische Hochschulambulanz, Clinical Psychology, Institute of Psychology, Leipzig University
  • 11/2015 - 02/2016
    student assistant | Psychology in School und Teaching, Institute of Educational Sciences, Leipzig University (with Prof. Dr. Brigitte Latzko)
  • 01/2014 - 09/2015
    tutor for statistics | General Psychology and Methodology, Wilhelm-Wundt-Institute of Psychology, Leipzig University
  • 08/2014 - 10/2014
    student helper | Cognitive Developmental Psychology, Georg-Elias-Müller-Institute of Psychology, Georg-August University Göttingen (with Prof. Dr. Hannes Rakoczy)
  • 10/2012 - 04/2013
    research internship | Cognitive Developmental Psychology, Georg-Elias-Müller-Institute of Psychology, Georg-August University Göttingen (with Prof. Dr. Hannes Rakoczy)

Education

  • since 09/2020
    PhD at the Faculty for Life Sciences, Leipzig University | supervision: Prof. Dr. Erich Schröger and PD Dr. Urte Roeber
  • since 09/2019
    Doctoral programme at Max Planck School of Cognition
  • 10/2016 - 09/2018
    M.Sc. Psychology | Master thesis: ‘The auditory evoked sustained potential as an indicator of regularity extraction and its attentional modulation’ | supervisor: Dr. Sabine Grimm
  • 10/2013 - 09/2016
    B.Sc. Psychology | Bachelor thesis: ‘The role of absolute and relative pitch information in the active discrimination of complex tonal patterns’supervisor: Dr. Sabine Grimm
  • Biological Psychology
  • Cognitive Psychology I: Perception and Psychophysics
  • Computer-based Data Analysis I + II
  • Introduction to Statistics in R
  • Set-up and Control of Psychological Experiments (MATLAB & Psychtoolbox)