Postdoc and RA in the neurocognitive basis of prediction during conversation
Applications are invited for two posts based in the Scottish Section of the University of Nottingham’s Hearing Sciences department, located in Glasgow. This is a thriving centre of research into how people use their hearing, how hearing impairment affects them, and how new technologies could help. The successful candidates will develop and run specific elements of Dr Lauren V Hadley's UKRI funded programme on predictive mechanisms in social interaction.
Research Associate/Fellow (until Dec 2024): You will develop a programme of studies using eye tracking to address language prediction, EEG to address oscillatory behaviour, and TMS to investigate motor simulation. You should have a PhD or equivalent experience in cognitive science or a related area. For full details (deadline 4th Feb): https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/jobs/currentvacancies/ref/MED385520
Research Assistant (2 years): You will run experiments using a variety of experimental techniques (from eye tracking to TMS), process data, and write up reports. You should have an undergraduate degree in psychology or a related area. For full details (deadline 21st Jan): https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/jobs/currentvacancies/ref/MED407320
Informal enquiries can be addressed to Lauren.Hadley1@nottingham.ac.uk