Daniela Rupp

Daniela Rupp, MSc

Doktorandin / PhD Candidate

Phone: +41 44 634 66 08

Address: Kantonsschulstrasse 3, 8001 Zürich

Room number: KAB-G-10

daniela.rupp@ife.uzh.ch

Office hours

The easiest way to get in touch is via email (see above)

Research topics

  • Master's degree: Developmental Psychology of Childhood and Adolescence and Neuropsychology
  • Master thesis: "Sleeping Twins: What can we learn about sleep physiology and depression in healthy adolescents?"

Education

2016-present         

Doctoral studies in Education under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Fritz C. Staub, University of Zurich

2014-2016

Bachelor Minor of Science in Education (60 ECTS)
University of Bern

2013-2015

Master of Science in Psychology
2 main modules: Neuropsychology and Developmental Psychology.
Master thesis: Sleeping Twins – What can we learn about sleep physiology and depression in healthy adolescence? (Grade: 6.0)
University of Bern

2009-2013

Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Major Psychology, Minor Philosophy
University of Bern

Occupations

11/2015-04/2016

Internship at PH Zug, The Institute for the Management and Economics of Education (IBB) (60%),

Intern as research assistant

11/2015-03/2016

Assistant psychologist at the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, University Psychiatric Services Bern (15%), conducting MRI examinations at the Children's Hospital Zurich, as part of the Sleeping Twins study.

11/2013-10/2015

Research internship in child and adolescent psychiatry, University Psychiatric Services Bern (30%),

Investigator in sleep research with EEG, recruiting subjects, performing neurocognitive testing, as well as performing MRI examinations at the Children's Hospital Zurich.

07/2013-09/2013

Research intern at the University of Bern, Department of Health Psychology (35%),

Test administration and test implementation in patients with coronary heart disease (CHD).

01/2013-02/2013

Research internship at the University of Zurich

Department of Clinical Psychopathology and Clinical Intervention (80%),

Research supervisor, conducting interviews with former Verdingkinder.

Publications