Emotion, social cognition, functional magnetic resonance imaging, behavior
The ideal candidate has a master degree in Psychology, Cognitive Sciences or
Neuroscience and has at least 3 years of research experience in the field of
social and affective neuroscience. They must have co‐authored at least 2
publications (published in international peer‐reviewed journals) pertinent
to the topic and have presented the output of their research to national or
international conferences. The ideal candidate has a good command of tools and
techniques for the analysis of behavioral and functional magnetic resonance
imaging data (preferably AFNI). They must possess advanced coding skills
(preferably MATLAB) and good knowledge of statistics, especially concerning
mixed effect models. The ideal candidate is also an expert in setting up and
conducting online experiments using dedicated platforms, such as Qualtrics,
SurveyMonkey, JsPsych or Gorilla. They must have an extensive knowledge of the
literature on emotion and social cognition and be able to draft manuscripts
and written project reports independently.
Conducting behavioral and brain imaging studies on emotion perception and
emotion dynamics. The candidate will be responsible for the acquisition and
analysis of behavioral reports of perceived affect elicited by naturalistic
stimuli, such as movies, music or narratives. Also, they will be responsible
for the collection of brain imaging data associated with the watching of
emotionally laden pictures. The candidate will be in charge of analyzing brain
data and of assessing to what extent brain activity is influenced by the
contextual information available to the participant at the moment of stimulus
presentation. At least two publications are expected from the project and the
candidate will be responsible of performing the review of the literature and
drafting of the manuscripts.
Research Field: Neurosciences Psychological sciences › Cognitive science
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