[Face-research-list] PhD opportunities at the University of Plymouth
chris.longmore at plymouth.ac.uk
Wed Mar 22 18:38:34 GMT 2017
The School of Psychology at the University of Plymouth has three fully funded full time PhD studentships (3 years) and two part-time studentships (5 years with teaching duties). Full details of all projects are available here:
For the interest of this list there are two potential projects on offer involving the development of face processing in childhood and face processing in social anxiety. Details of these projects are available via the link above but note that the description is quite embryonic to allow for candidates to discuss their own direction with the supervisors.
If you know of any MSc students that are looking to do a PhD in face processing please do forward on these details to them, or ask them to contact me directly (chris.longmore at plymouth.ac.uk<mailto:chris.longmore at plymouth.ac.uk>).
Queries about funding for non-UK applicants for the full time positions should be sent to Prof. Chris Mitchell (christopher.mitchell at plymouth.ac.uk<mailto:christopher.mitchell at plymouth.ac.uk>), PG tutor or Dr Jeremy Goslin (jeremy.goslin at plymouth.ac.uk<mailto:jeremy.goslin at plymouth.ac.uk>) for the part time positions.
Dr Chris Longmore
School of Psychology
Faculty of Health and Human Sciences
Tel: +44 (0)1752 584890<tel:+44%201752%20584890>
Fax: +44 (0)1752 584808<tel:+44%201752%20584808>
Email : chris.longmore at plymouth.ac.uk<mailto:chris.longmore at plymouth.ac.uk>
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