Duties and Responsibilities
The post holder will undertake high quality research and produce high-impact publications as part of a new research project.
The goal of the initiative is to examine maladaptive thinking patterns in the context of depression by combining computational modelling, magnetoencephalography (MEG), psychotherapeutic and pharmacological interventions.
Main duties involve developing tasks and computational analyses for use with MEG to probe how internal representations and interpretations driving decisions and emotional states evolve at a high temporal resolution.
There are 2 full time posts available for an immediate start and are funded for 1 year in the first instance with the potential for an extension for a further 2 years
The post holder will have a PhD in neuroscience, psychology or a quantitative field with expertise in using computational approaches in the study of human reinforcement learning and decision making.
It is essential for the post holder to also have strong mathematical and programming skills, with excellent organisational, interpersonal and communication skills.
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8 Dec 2021
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16 Dec 2021
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