This post is funded by an ESRC grant awarded to Dr. Niko Steinbeis. It offers the opportunity for an outstanding, high-potential, early-careerresearcher to make a substantial contribution to research into the development of prosocial behaviour. The post-holder will be responsible for the day-to-day running of a longitudinal research project. The role predominantly entails cross-sectional and longitudinal data analysis and preparation of results for publication. The ideal candidate will have a PhD in a relevant subject area (e.g. cognitive neuroscience, developmental psychology), a range of analytic skills, excellenthttps://www.dcp-lab.org/For more information on the position and on submitting an application please follow the link.organizational skills, experience of managing large-scale projects, and the ability to work effectively as part of a team. The candidate will possess strong skills in longitudinal data modelling and ideally also functional and structural neuroimaging analysis. The post is funded for 1 year, in the first instance with a possibility of a renewal. See here for more information about the lab and recent published work:
Closing date for the application is August 14th 2023.