Seeking a post-doc with interests in attention in visual cognition. The focus of the project is attentional guidance in real-world scene perception. Appointment is in the Visual Cognition Lab at the UC Davis Center for Mind and Brain, with opportunities for collaboration with other members of the visual cognition research group and the perception, cognition, and cognitive neuroscience program. The ideal person will have experience with eyetracking and will be eligible to be appointed on an NIH T32 training grant, i.e., is a US citizen, though this isn’t strictly a requirement (i.e., other funding is available). UC Davis located in Northern California, within easy reach by car or train of San Francisco and the Bay Area, Napa Valley, the Sierra Nevada mountains, Lake Tahoe, Yosemite, and the beautiful Northern California coast.
Funding for this post-doc is initially for two years assuming good progress in the 1st year. The position is open August 1, 2016, and will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.
Interested candidates should start with an introductory email to John Henderson: johnhenderson AT ucdavis DOT edu.
John M. Henderson
Professor, Department of Psychology
Member, Center for Mind and Brain
University of California, Davis
267 Cousteau Place
Davis, CA 95618