[visionlist] PhD studentships, St. Andrews, Scotland

Julie Harris jh81 at st-andrews.ac.uk
Tue Jan 16 09:57:25 GMT 2007


The School of Psychology at the University of St. Andrews is seeking 
applications for PhD studentships, to start in Autumn 2007. We 
support students to conduct research in all of the School's main 
areas of research including Perception, Cognition, Evolutionary & 
Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology and Behavioural & 
Cognitive Neuroscience.

Expertise in the Perception group includes the cognition and 
perception of facial attributes (David Perrett), visual 
neurophysiology and modelling (Mike Oram), computation modelling of 
neural systems (Peter Foldiak) and basic visual perception, in 
particular of spatial layout and depth (Paul Hibbard, Julie Harris). 
See also:

Contact individual supervisors for specific project details:

The School of Psychology has achieved the highest possible research 
rating (RAE 5*) over many years. We have a thriving postgraduate 
research community of around 30 students, supported by Research 
Council and University funding.  For more details see:

St. Andrews is the oldest University in Scotland (founded in 1413), 
closely integrated within the town, and picturesquely located on the 
east coast of Fife.  Edinburgh is only 1 hour away, and Scotland's 
dramatic mountain scenery can also be quickly accessed.

More details of our postgraduate programme (including how to apply) 
can be found at the following website:

Application deadline is 15th March 2007.

For further details, contact:
Helen Sunderland,
School of Psychology,
University of St. Andrews,
St. Andrews, Fife KY16 9JU, Scotland.
Tel: 01334 462157
Email: hes1 at st-andrews.ac.uk



Julie M. Harris
Prof. of Psychology
St. Andrews Vision Lab
School of Psychology
University of St. Andrews
St. Mary's College
South St.
St. Andrews
KY16 9JP

tel:  44-1334-462-061
fax: 44-1334-463-042
email: Julie.Harris at st-andrews.ac.uk

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