Salary: £20.97 per hour including LW Part Time Hours: 0.2 FTE Contract Type: Fixed Term Release Date: Tuesday 14 November 2023 Closing Date: Tuesday 28 November 2023 Interview Date: To be confirmed Reference: JS1097
The School of Human Sciences is located in the Dreadnought building on the World Heritage site at the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich. As part of our research program we are recruiting a part time graduate research assistant to help run a project examining the computational processes underlying learning about how others are similar to the self. This role will be on a 0.2% FTE basis (1 day per week) and last for approximately 19 weeks. Candidates will ideally be available to start work on the week commencing 20th of November. There is flexibility in the exact timing of hours worked.
The role will primarily involve conducting a literature review and preparing a stage one registered report for submission to a high-quality journal. A registered report is a specific format of publication in which the introduction, method and analysis plan are submitted prior to the conducting of research and the journal agrees to publish based on the authors completing the study sticking to the given analysis. This role will allow for inclusion as a co-author on the registered report arising from this research. Additional roles will include the programming, collection and analysis of pilot data using the Prolific online platform.
For an informal discussion about the post please contact Dr Harry Farmer ([email protected])
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