Graduate Student Fellowships in Cognitive Science at Indiana University Bloomington

The Cognitive Science Program at Indiana University Bloomington has multiple five-year graduate student fellowships available to study the evolution of human cognition.  Research areas include cognitive aspects of human technological and behavioral evolution, evolution of expertise, evolution of the human brain, language evolution, and how evolved minds create and navigate cultural spaces.  Training opportunities include experimental archaeology and fieldwork, brain imaging and fMRI, computational modeling and simulation, and other aspects of cognitive science.  An interdisciplinary seminar with frequent visiting experts and international workshops and outreach are also part of this initiative.  Applications are due by January 8, 2016.

To apply, go to http://cogs.indiana.edu/graduate/cogevadmissions.php.  For more information please contact any of the following: Peter Todd [pmtodd@indiana.edu] (Director of Cognitive Science Program, evolutionary cognitive psychology, search in complex spaces), Kathy Schick [kaschick@indiana.edu] and Nicholas Toth [toth@indiana.edu] (palaeolithic archaeology, paleoanthropology), Tom Schoenemann [toms@indiana.edu] (brain & language evolution, brain imaging, endocasts), Colin Allen [colallen@indiana.edu] (evolution of expertise). Or you Can mail us from your Gmail Account

URL: http://www.agmaillogin.com/

PhD Studentship in Nutrient interaction and carotenoid skin colour: a signal of human health

Further to their work relating skin colour to health and attractiveness, the Perception Lab at St Andrews, headed by Dave Perrett,  would like to advertise a PhD studentship for applicants with a background in Psychology, Biological Sciences or cognate discipline.

A 4-year BBSRC studentship is available from September 2016. The studentship offers the opportunity to work in an academic setting on a project pertinent to health, and will lead to a PhD degree in Psychology from the University of St Andrews.

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