[visionlist] Two Cognition Positions at George Mason University

Matthew Peterson mpeters2 at gmu.edu
Tue Aug 30 15:47:50 GMT 2005


One opening in Cognitive Psychology and one opening in Cognitive  
Neuroscience.  More information can be found at http:// 
archlab.gmu.edu/news/.


Cognitive Psychology
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George Mason University — The Department of Psychology has a tenure- 
track, junior-level professorship available in the Applied Cognition/ 
Human Factors program. We seek cognitively oriented researchers who  
closely integrate theory and application in areas such as attention,  
memory, language, and problem solving. Researchers studying issues  
with potential applications of their work to cognitive modeling,  
human-computer interaction, transportation, medical systems, or  
cognitive aging are especially encouraged. A hire at the assistant  
level is anticipated, but more advanced candidates with external  
funding may be considered.

Candidates should send vita, reprints, statement of research and  
teaching interests, and three letters of reference to: Applied  
Cognition/Human Factors Search Committee, MSN 3F5, George Mason  
University, Fairfax, VA 22030-4444. Review of applications will begin  
October 31, 2005 and continue until the position is filled. For more  
information, go to http://archlab.gmu.edu. George Mason University is  
an innovative, entrepreneurial institution with national distinction  
in a range of academic fields. Enrollment now tops 28,000, with  
students studying in 144 degree programs at campuses in Arlington,  
Fairfax, and Prince William. George Mason University is an equal  
opportunity/affirmative action employer. Women and minority  
candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.



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Cognitive Neuroscience
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George Mason University - The Department of Psychology has a tenure- 
track position available in Cognitive Neuroscience (contingent on  
budget). We seek researchers who integrate empirical or computational  
studies of human cognitive processes (attention, memory, language,  
problem solving, etc.) with the methods and theories of neuroscience.  
Candidates who have experience in the use of neuroimaging techniques  
are especially invited to apply. The position comes with research  
access to a 3 Tesla MRI system to be installed at the Krasnow  
Institute of Advanced Studies and to high-density ERP and optical  
imaging systems in the Arch Lab in the Department of Psychology. The  
successful candidate will be expected to teach basic and specialty  
courses in cognitive neuroscience. Position rank is open, with more  
senior candidates expected to have a record of external funding.


Candidates should send via email vita, statement of research and  
teaching interests to Darby Wiggins at dwiggin3 at gmu.edu. Letters of  
recommendation and reprints can be also be submitted via email or by  
regular mail to: Cognitive Neuroscience Search Committee, MSN 3F5,  
George Mason University, Fairfax, VA 22030-4444. Review of  
applications will begin October 15, and continue until the position  
is filled. For more information, go to http://archlab.gmu.edu. George  
Mason University is an innovative, entrepreneurial institution with  
national distinction in a range of academic fields. Enrollment now  
tops 28,000, with students studying in 144 degree programs at  
campuses in Arlington, Fairfax, and Prince William. George Mason  
University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Women  
and minority candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.





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Matt Peterson, Ph.D.
Department of Psychology
George Mason University                    Ph: (703) 993-4255
MS 3F5                                    fax: (703) 993-1359
4400 University Dr.                     email: mpeters2 at gmu.edu
Fairfax, VA 22030                     archlab.gmu.edu/~mpeters2/
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