Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience

The School of Psychology wishes to make this strategic appointment to assist with research leadership within the Cognition and Neuroscience Research Group, which involves the activity of over 20 academic staff members. The appointee will be expected to engage extensively in research mentorship, external income generation and the production of high-quality published outputs based on world-class research. The School is especially keen to consolidate research on the following general topics (the bullet-points specify examples of projects that are currently underway): Executive Functioning, Memory and Attention Individual difference factors in cognitive control across the lifespan Brain activity linked to specific memory processes Perception and Action Action and action awareness in body perception and self-consciousness Design and embodiment of wearable robotics and neuroprosthetics Social and Affective Neuroscience Social and emotional development Individual…


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