Fully funded 1+3 PhD in Social & Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience at Bangor University

PhD in Social and Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. Learning to be social: Using imitation to enhance social cognition across typical and atypical development. Dr Kami Koldewyn and Dr Richard Ramsey Bangor’s School of Psychology has consistently performed exceptionally well in the UK’s annual National Student Survey and is currently ranked in the top 20 in the 2014 REF. Bangor is a friendly and affordable university town, with good transport links, located in one of the most beautiful parts of the UK. ProjectInvestigating social learning following imitation training and its relationship to individual differences in social traits across both typical development and in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD): (1) How do individual differences in personality and social traits in the typical population predict social learning from imitation training? (2) At what stage…


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