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Postdoc in Neuroimaging in Social Cognition

Post-doctoral fellow of Social Cognition Lab
Location:     Berlin, . Germany
Posted: 2014-05-07 07:36:07
Open from: 2014-05-07 to 2014-06-04
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A postdoctoral position (stipend-based) in the area "Neuroimaging in Social Cognition" is available immediately in our group "Social Cognition" at the Berlin School of Mind and Brain, Humboldt-Universitšt zu Berlin (Professor Isabel Dziobek). Our research focus: Empathy, mindreading, emotion, decision making in social contexts in neurotypical individuals and those with psychiatric disorders involving social dysfuction such as autism and personality disorders. We use tools such as functional and structural magnetic resonance imaging, eyetracking, and psychophysiological measures to investigate brain-behavior-interactions. The successful candidate will have strong quantitative skills and be knowledgeable about social cognitive neuroscience in functional imaging and preferably also in eyetracking and psychophysics. The position will be available for three years with potential for extention based on performance and availability of funding. To apply, please reply to this e-mail ( with your cover letter and CV and up to 5 reprints REQUIREMENTS - PhD/doctorate in psychology, medicine, cognitive, (neuro-)science, neurobiology or any other relevant field, - Solid background in statistics, experience with one neuroimaging method, psychophysics, or eyetracking, - Expertise in Matlab or equivalent programming languages, - Evidence of published peer-reviewed research, - Strong motivation. TERMS AND CONDITIONS - Position is to start as soon as possible, - Position is available for three years from individual starting date, - Position is stipend-based, - Stipend amounts are age-dependent and come to (average) 1,550 euros per month plus child allowance (if applicable); see:

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