Postdoctoral Position at McGill University: Temporal dynamics of group interaction
A postdoctoral scholarship position is available in auditory-motor integration in music and speech, with an emphasis on temporal dynamics of group interaction. Dr. Caroline Palmer’s lab (Dept. of Psychology, McGill University, Montreal) uses behavioural, motion capture, and EEG techniques in measurement and modeling of temporal dynamics, with strong ties to Montreal’s Centre for Research in Brain, Language and Music, BRAMS, and Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology.
This 1- or 2-year position is ideal for a motivated scholar with a strong background of experimental skills in cognitive neuroscience and/or computational modeling. Specific projects will be developed with the scholar. Applicants must receive their PhD within 3 years of the application date. Applicants should submit a cover letter, CV, and 3 representative papers, and arrange for 3 letters of reference to be sent to: spllab.mcgill@xxxxxxxxx. Start date (negotiable) is early 2018. For further details, contact Caroline Palmer (caroline.palmer@xxxxxxxxx).