New positions available in Cognitive Science
Applications close on the 22nd September 2013.
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The Department of Cognitive Science is a research department which carries out research and PhD supervision across a wide range of domains of cognitive science, including memory, language, belief formation, perception in action, and reading. The Department hosts the ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders, which brings together researchers from the Departments of Cognitive Science, Psychology and Linguistics at Macquarie University and thirteen other national and international institutions.
Two PhD scholarships are available to work with Dr Thomas Carlson examining how humans perceive, recognize, and categorize objects.
Applications close 30th September 2013, for more information please visit the HDR website.
Professors Stephen Crain, Anne Castles and Max Coltheart, along with Professor John Hodges of UNSW and Professor Gillian Rhodes of UWA, have been successful in their bid for an ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders.