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Postdoc Position in Cognitive Neuroscience, Leiden University, the Netherlands

Leiden University, Cognitive Psychology Unit of the Institute of Psychology at Leiden University and the Leiden Institute for Brain and Cognition (LIBC) are looking for a highly talented researcher for a Postdoc Position in Cognitive Neuroscience. The project titled “The role of noradrenergic arousal in reward-based learning and decision-making”, is a is part of a research program "The impact of arousal on cognitive function and cortical state" funded by a Vici grant of the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, awarded to prof. Sander Nieuwenhuis. Application deadline is the 1st of February 2020.

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