The International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS) for Language Sciences is offering one fully-funded PhD Fellowship for four years (2020-2024) with a preferred start-date of 1 September 2020.
The International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS) for Language Sciences is offering one fully-funded PhD Fellowship for four years (2020-2024) with a preferred start-date of 1 September 2020.
ESCoP is happy to announce the open call for proposals for the next ESCoP Summer School!
In several fields of psychology, MPT models have proved to be powerful tools to disentangle different cognitive processes contributing to the same observable responses. This two-day workshop on MPT modeling will be largely application-oriented.
The Spanish Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities has published the call for PhD Students 2019.
The Department of Computer Science at the Faculty of Science of the University of Helsinki invites applications for a Professor or Assistant/Associate Professor in Artificial And Human Intelligence.
The special issue aims to collect well-designed, well-powered research on the social modulation of perception-action coupling to better understand the potential top-down effects of high-level social variables on representing others’ actions and tasks.
We seek a full-time project manager for the administration and organisation of the EU funded Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network Comm4CHILD “Communication for Children with Hearing Impairment to optimize Language Development”.
C. Shawn Green (UW-Madison), Aaron Seitz (UC-Riverside) and Susanne Jaeggi (UC-Irvine) are seeking to hire a postdoctoral researcher to work on a project funded by the National Institute on Aging.
7-8 February 2020
The aim of the CSA is to set a conference where young scientists can disseminate their scientific contributions in a friendly and cooperative environment, and challenge the senior scientists in a fruitful debate.
SLSP is a yearly conference series aimed at promoting and displaying excellent research on the wide spectrum of statistical methods that are currently in use in computational language or speech processing.
In this special issue, we will concentrate on direct and conceptual replications specifically in the field of numerical cognition and mathematics learning.
The BCBL invites applications for four 4-year full-time Ph.D positions in Cognitive Neuroscience funded by the Spanish Ministry of Innovation and Universities, within the call “Ayudas Predoctorales Severo Ochoa 2019” (to be opened in the fall 2019).
The Basque Center on Cognition Brain and Language is offering a postdoctoral position focused on the neurobiological basis of predictive processing and statistical learning.
We are seeking a highly motivated full‐time PhD student for a project aimed at understanding the self in autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The research will be under the supervision of prof. dr. Roeljan Wiersema and in collaboration with prof. dr. Marcel Brass.
Targeted project start is October, 1st, 2019; the contract is limited to three years.
The position is part of the newly established distributed Research Unit „Binding and Retrieval in Action Control“, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG FOR 2790),
We are pleased to announce the seventh edition of the Rovereto Attention Workshop - RAW 2019. The goal of RAW is to provide a unique forum for researchers from a range of perspectives to come together to discuss their research and develop new directions and collaborations.
The Institute of Psychology at the Alpen-Adria University of Klagenfurt in Austria invites applications for the following position within the Cognitive Psychology Unit Research Group; Prof. Dr. Stephan Dickert): Senior Scientist (PostDoc) (100%, 40h/week).
We invite you to take part in a 10-minute online questionnaire focusing on research practices in psychological research, by University College London, U.K. We are interested in factors that influence research practices.
We seek a PhD student as part of our research group on self-control in value-based decisions. The position is available from October 2019 or later. The position is initially available for 2 years, with an option for an extension of 1 more year.
The Crockett Lab at Yale has a postdoctoral position available to begin Fall 2019 or Spring/Summer 2020 (start date flexible). The position is for one year initially and renewable for up to three.
The William K. and Katherine W. Estes Fund invites proposals to fund advanced training opportunities in mathematical and computational modeling for psychological science in summer schools or focused workshops.
The Basque Center on Cognition Brain and Language offers permanent research positions for Group Leaders in three main broad areas or research: Language, reading and developmental disorders; Multilingualism and second language learning; Neurodegeneration, brain damage and healthy aging.
We seek candidates for a Ph.D. position in cognitive psychology (3 years, full time, starting on the 1st of October 2019) at the Laboratoire d'Etude de l'Apprentissage et du Développement (Laboratory for Research on Learning and Development).
Timing Research Forum (TRF2) is the second international conference dedicated to multidisciplinary research on timing and time perception. TRF2 builds upon the massive success of TRF1 held in Strasbourg, France in October 2017 that was attended by 250+ scientists with a shared passion for understanding timing and time perception through varied experimental, computational and clinical approaches.
We seek candidates as scientific employees for two PhD positions (m/f) in Cognitive Psychology (65% part-time, TV-L 13, duration: 3 years, starting point: September, 1st, 2019) at the Department of General Psychology II, Institute of Psychology, Friedrich Schiller University Jena.
The Centre for Change and Complexity in Learning (C3L) is based in the Teaching Innovation Unit. The primary purpose of the C3L is to pursue research that will facilitate and lead to the adoption of innovative education models that meet the needs of the future learner.
The scientific programme of WORKLOAD 2019 will consist of regular and technical contributions reviewed and selected by an international programme committee, as well as keynote talks given by leading experts in their fields.
An NICHD-funded postdoctoral fellowship for up to 3 years is available immediately, until filled, in Nelson Cowan’s laboratory on working memory and its development from the elementary school years through early adulthood.
We are currently conducting a meta-analysis investigating affective influences on the congruency-effect in tasks like Stroop, Simon and so on. If you have any unpublished data that might be relevant, we would highly appreciate if you get in contact with us.
One predoctoral fellowship is offered to individuals with a background in cognitive neuroscience or psychology and with experience in research on language and speech perception and/or production.
One postdoctoral position is offered to individuals holding a PhD in cognitive neuroscience or psychology and with experience in research on language and speech perception and/or production.
We are hiring a PhD student for a period of 36 months to work on the ANR-DFG (FRAL2019) project ‘Phonological Networks in Language Production and Comprehension (PhoNet)’.
12 July 2019
Spatialization is the process by which spatial information is added by the cognitive system to process information, often resulting in what is called a mental line.
The DFG Research Training Group 2386 “Extrospection. External access to higher cognitive processes” offers five research positions for doctoral candidates.
The postdoctoral positions announced will be part of a large international project on the neuroscience and philosophy of free will, where some 20 neuroscientists and philosophers will collaborate to explore the neural basis of volition, using experimental, theoretical and computational approaches.
4-5 September 2019
The Conference focus on spatial cognition, abstract thinking and self-location. The event will explore the details of last year's Science publication ("Navigating Cognition: Spatial codes for human thinking") and relate it to other topics in cognitive science.
Research project "The impact of arousal on cognitive function and cortical state"
We offer a four-year term position. Please submit online your application no later than the 30th of April 2019.
We are looking for a post-doc researcher to work in the team “Social cognition in human-robot interaction” within the framework of the ERC grant “InStance”, at the Italian Institute of Technology in Genoa.
This workshop aims at bringing together experts in the field of Cognitive Control and Performance Monitoring, to honour the memory of Laurence Questienne, a bright researcher that abruptly passed away in May 2018.
Each position is supported by a grant. The supervisor of Doctoral students can be one of the approximately 60 faculty members, experienced researchers in different areas of psychology.
The school organised by the Donders Sleep & Memory Lab, based at the Donders Institute will explore the cognitive functions of sleep in a summer school. Topics covered include dreaming, memory consolidation, emotional processing, sleep medicine, and sleep research methods for all levels of expertise.
Join more than 2,500 of your colleagues at the Psychonomic Society's 60th Annual Meeting. Attendees are cognitive psychologists from over 40 countries, including some of the field’s most distinguished researchers, innovative early career investigators, and graduate students already making important scientific contributions.
The Department of Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence at Tilburg University has several openings for Assistant/Associate Professors. The candidates are expected to contribute to the teaching in the bachelor/master program ‘Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence’ and/or the master program ‘Data Science and Society.’
We are seeking instructors from around the world to collaborate on an upcoming large field experiment that explores whether a commitment policy for student laptop use may improve the classroom experience. Professors who participate in this field experiment (with minimal time commitment), will become co-authors on the paper arising from the study.
The conference explores all aspects of multilingualism in the fields of linguistics, psychology, neurology, sociology, and educational sciences. This year’s Keynote speakers include: Ludovica Serratrice (University of Reading, United Kingdom), Maria del Carmen Parafita Couto (Leiden University, The Netherlands), Theo Marinis (University of Konstanz, Germany), and Kristin Lemhöfer (Radboud University, The Netherlands).
At the Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language (BCBL), we are organizing the second edition of Brainhack Donostia, an event focused on neuroscience and the promotion of open-source resources in an accessible way across disciplines and experience levels.
This is a call to recruit two centers for a Synergy grant to support the functioning of the Psychological Science Accelerator.
We are looking for a motivated PhD student to conduct research in the field of cognitive control under the supervision of Eva Van den Bussche, Kobe Desender and Gethin Hughes. The position is for four years (provided positive periodic evaluation), preferably starting Nov 2019 or earlier.
The Psychonomic Society Mid-career Award is given for exceptional contributions to the field of experimental and cognitive psychology and related areas by an individual who is currently in the middle of their career.
The Psychonomic Society will confer scientific awards each year upon young scientists who have made significant contributions to scientific psychology early in their careers. The purpose of the awards is to raise the visibility of our science and of our very best young scientists within the field, within the awardees’ institutions, in the press, and in the larger community.
The open positions are integrated in research-oriented departments at the local universities and participate in the training program of the SMiP group. The training program starts in October 2019 and entails 6 semesters of courses, skill trainings and workshops instructed by renowned experts in the respective fields.
International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA) is an elite postgraduate research institution located in Trieste, Italy, and focused on Maths, Physics and Neuroscience. It operates in English: many among its students and faculty are not Italian. The Cognitive Neuroscience Department hosts 7 research labs that study the neuronal bases of time and magnitude processing (Bueti), visual perception (Zoccolan), motivation and intelligence (Rumiati), language and reading (Crepaldi), tactile perception and learning (Diamond), neural computation (Treves), and inference (Mathys).
The Helsinki Summer School in Cognition, Communication and the Brain focuses on interdisciplinary approaches to studying the neurocognitive underpinnings of topics in cognitive sciences, speech sciences and cognitive neuroscience using a wide variety of both electrophysiological (EEG, MEG, and EEG with TMS) and behavioural (e.g. Eye tracking and other psychophysiological methods) approaches.
University of Klagenfurt is establishing a Graduate School under the title ”Decision-making in a digital environment“ and offers 8 predoc scientist positions (30 h/week; limited to 36 months).
The Barcelona Summer School on Bi- and Multilingualism (BSBM) is an academic opportunity intended for post-graduate students and researchers interested in an updated overview of the field in an international academic context.
EuroCogSci 2019 aims at providing a platform for researchers working in cognitive science broadly understood — from Neuroscience to Psychology, Linguistics to AI, etc. — the event will feature plenary talks as well as invited symposia on robotics and cognitive development.
A series of postdoctoral positions are available at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience (ICN) in Moscow. ICN is a dynamic and ambitious research institute with a growing international reputation of a and state-of-the-art equipment.
A Master's Program in Cognitive Science is now open for international candidates at the National Research University - Higher School of Economics (HSE) in Moscow, Russia. This program is entirely taught in English.
Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and Centre for Language and Brain, Higher School of Economics welcome you to the 25th Architectures and Mechanisms of Language Processing meeting (AMLaP). AMLaP is an international conference, which has established itself as the premier international forum for interdisciplinary research into how people process language.
The Laboratory of Behavioural Neurodynamics (Saint Petersburg State University) is holding a 5-day-long comprehensive workshop on wide range of topics including the neurobiology and psychology of speech and language, human-animal communication, evolution of language faculty, language acquisition and development, speech production and disorders, and many others. Participation is free, but places are limited and registration is obligatory.
The Jacobs Foundation is pleased to announce the 2019 call for applications for its Research Fellowship Program. The Jacobs Foundation Research Fellowship Program is an internationally open, competitive fellowship program for early and mid-career researchers focusing on learning and development of children and youth.
The main project will focus on the oscillatory correlates of predictive processing in vision and audition with a special focus on neural entrainment phenomena and top-down control. The project is part of a collaborative research effort of the BCBL with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem funded by the ERC with PIs: Ram Frost (Hebrew U), Craig Richer (BCBL), Nicola Molinaro (BCBL).
iWORDD was created back in 2013 with the aim to bring together researchers interested in understanding the causes and manifestations of developmental dyslexia and attempts to address the theoretical issues faced in this field.
Across two full days (October, 2nd -3th), the third edition of iWORDD will feature four excellent invited speakers whose theoretical views will cover various issues related to the impact of cross-linguistic variations on the manifestations of reading development and reading disorders.
The successful candidate shall investigate how visual information is temporarily remembered, possibly making use of eye movement patterns and pupillometry, and behavioural dual-task interference manipulations. The candidate shall aim to apply new findings about remembering visual materials to compare models of WM and suggest ways of better specifying WM models.
We are looking for cognitive neuroscientists or experimental psychologists with a background in psycholinguistics and/or neighboring cognitive neuroscience areas, computational modelers, and physicists and/or engineers with fMRI/MEG expertise.
The Harms Paradox: When matched for levels of alcohol consumption people from deprived communities suffer greater ill-health than people from more affluent communities (Mackenbach et al, 2015). The purpose of this research is to investigate whether the same phenomenon is also true for gambling behaviour.
The ULB Neuroscience Institute (UNI), located at the Université libre de Bruxelles offers a dynamic and diverse research environment in all fields of neuroscience, from molecular and cellular neurobiology to systems and neurophysiology, from cognitive neuroscience to clinical research.
The Faculty of Psychology’s Department of Psychosocial Science has a vacancy (full time) for preferably a Professor, alternatively an Associate Professor, of Cognitive Psychology.
The Chair of Psychology (Cognitive and Experimental Psychology; Prof. Iring Koch) at RWTH Aachen University is seeking to hire a post-doctoral researcher (salary TVL13; full-time, fixed-term position). Starting date is April 1st, 2019. The position is for three years, with the option of extension for another three years.
The Society for Philosophy and Psychology (SPP) invites philosophers, psychologists, and cognitive scientists to submit papers to be presented at its 45th annual meeting.
The aim of the workshop is to bring together researchers who share the focus on multimodality but come from different areas.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and creative Post-doc to work on our bilateral project LOSTME (PTDC/PSI/ESP/30958/2017) with Dr. Moreno I. Coco (PI, University of East London) and Dr. Ana Luisa Raposo (CO-PI, the University of Lisbon).
The Cognition, Action, and Sustainability Unit (Abteilung Allgemeine Psychologie; Prof. Dr. Andrea Kiesel) at the University of Freiburg, Germany, is looking for a PhD student (TV-L E13 65%, earliest start date: 01.04.2019) for a project embedded in the new Cluster of Excellence "Living, Adaptive and Energy-autonomous Materials Systems (livMatS)".
Nominations are being sought for the position of Editor of three Psychonomic Society journals: Behavior Research Methods, Memory & Cognition, and Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.
We are looking for one full-time PhD student position at Ghent University on the topic “The role of confidence and urgency in deciding to stop sampling information” (with Tom Verguts, Kobe Desender, and Elise Lesage), and one full-time PhD student position at Ghent University and Vrije Universiteit Brussel on the topic “A model-based approach to study transfer in decision making and cognitive control” (with Tom Verguts and Senne Braem).
Applications are invited for a full-time post-doctoral position in the Psychology of Language and Bilingualism Lab at the Institute of Psychology, Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland.