[Face-research-list] Psychology faculty position in human cognition
elinor.mckone at anu.edu.au
Thu Dec 8 05:54:11 GMT 2011
Hi all -- Face applicants for the below position would be especially
welcome : )
Also note we have another faculty position available in Abnormal/
Clinical Psychology (http://jobs.anu.edu.au/PositionDetail.aspx?
p=2445) for applicants who come in pairs.
Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Cognitive Psychology, Australian
Duration of contract: Permanent. Grade Level: B-C.
Salary Package: AUD$80,166 - $108,000 pa plus 17% superannuation
(Australian dollar approx equal to US dollar).
Closing Date: 8 January 2012
The Department of Psychology seeks a productive and enthusiastic
scholar in any area of human cognition, to pursue creative original
research, supervise honours and postgraduate research students, and
contribute to teaching cognitive psychology to undergraduate students.
ANU is Australia’s top research university and was ranked 26th in the
World in the most recent QS World University rankings.
The Department has cognition research strengths in face recognition,
attention, language, reading and dyslexia, neuropsychology, cognitive
aging, cognitive development, visual cognition, and decision making.
Facilities include space for behavioural studies, eye movement
equipment, EEG, and neurostimulation (TMS, tDCS). This is a continuing
academic position at the Lecturer/Senior Lecturer level (loosely
equivalent to Assistant/Associate Professor in North America). The
research ethos within the Department is highly valued and
enthusiastically encouraged. If you think therefore that your
background and skills fit this role, we welcome your application to
join our team.
Enquiries: Professor Don Byrne, T: +61 2 6125 3974 E: Don.Byrne at anu.edu.au
Professor Elinor McKone, PhD
Queen Elizabeth II Fellow
Department of Psychology
Australian National University
ACT 0200 Australia
ph: +61 2 6125 2822
fax: +61 2 6125 0499
email: elinor.mckone at anu.edu.au
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