VisionScienceList: Post-doctoral position in eye movements and visual cognition at Michigan State University

From: John M. Henderson (john@eyelab.psy.msu.edu)
Date: Mon Jun 05 2000 - 20:57:00 PDT

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    Post-doctoral position in eye movements and visual cognition at Michigan State
    University.

    A post-doctoral position in eye movements and visual cognition is available in
    the Eye Movement Laboratory, Department of Psychology and Cognitive Science
    Program, Michigan State University. Current topics of investigation in the lab
    include transsaccadic memory and integration, "change blindness", the
    relationship between covert spatial attention and eye movements, and gaze
    control in complex visual tasks such as scene recognition, visual search, and
    visually-guided navigation. Candidates interested in these or related topics
    are encouraged to apply. Eyetracking facilities include a dual-Purkinje-image
    eyetracker, an ISCAN video-based eyetracker, and an ASL head-mounted portable
    eyetracker. The dual-Purkinje-image eyetracker is interfaced with a graphics
    system that allows for real-time gaze-contingent display changes of complex
    scenes. More information about the lab and ongoing projects can be found at
    http://eyelab.msu.edu/, and specific inquiries can be directed to John
    Henderson
    at john@eyelab.msu.edu.

    The position is available as early as September 2000 though the start date is
    flexible. Consideration of applications will begin July 1 and will continue
    until an appropriate candidate is found. Applicants must have completed the
    doctoral degree prior to taking the position. Interested applicants should send
    a CV, statement of research interests, representative publications, and 3
    letters of recommendation to Postdoctoral Search, Cognitive Science Program,
    129 Psychology Research Building, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
    48824-1117, USA, as soon as possible. Women and minorities are especially
    encouraged to apply. Michigan State University is an Equal
    Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.



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