[Face-research-list] Funded PhD: How do humans recognise kin?

Lisa Debruine Lisa.Debruine at glasgow.ac.uk
Mon Jan 11 12:21:35 GMT 2016

Lisa DeBruine<http://facelab.org> is now taking applications for a funded PhD student on her ERC project, How do humans recognise kin<http://www.findaphd.com/search/ProjectDetails.aspx?PJID=70677&LID=559>?

The PhD student, with guidance from the PI and two postdoctoral RAs, will be responsible for designing studies to test the effects of potential kinship cues on prosocial and sexual behavior, recruiting and testing participants, creating custom face stimuli, preparing saliva samples for MHC analysis, taking 3D face images, and processing 3D face images.

The candidate should possess a 1st or 2.1 Honours degree in Psychology, Biology, Computer Science or equivalent. Having MSc or research experience in a related area is an advantage.

The form states that applications are due by 15 January 2016, but I will be accepting applications until a suitable candidate can be found.


Dr Lisa M DeBruine
Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology
University of Glasgow
58 Hillhead Street
G12 8QB

lisa.debruine at glasgow.ac.uk<mailto:lisa.debruine at glasgow.ac.uk>
0141 330 5351

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