Fully funded DPhil Studentship Understanding and enhancing attention using transcranial alternating current stimulation and electroencephalography



Funded by: Defence Science & Technology Laboratory

Fees: UK/EU university and college tuition fees covered

Stipend: £23,018 per annum

Eligibility: Due to funding restrictions this studentship is limited to UK/EU citizens

Duration: 48 months

DSTL Studentship 2014 (January 2014 Entry)

The department is pleased to announce that we have DPhil in Experimental Psychology places available for entry in January 2014 which are fully funded by the Defence Science & Technology Laboratory (DSTL).

Studentship affiliated with Jesus College (Reference code: 12EXP01WEBJOB)

Project Title: Understanding and Enhancing Attention Using Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation and Electroencephalography

The project aims to understand and enhance sustained attention using non-invasive brain stimulation and electroencephalography and will involve examining the link between sustain attention, brain oscillations and non-invasive brain stimulation to modify brain oscillations and improved attentional abilities. For further details see further particulars link below.

Supervisors: Drs Roi Cohen Kadosh and Nick Yeung.

Selection criteria

Applicants will need to satisfy the criteria for acceptance to the DPhil programme, and should be enthusiastic, well-motivated and be able to work independently and part of a collaborative research team. They should have a good upper second or first-class degree and also have excellent written and verbal communication skills, strong statistical knowledge, and experience in running psychological experiments.

How to apply

You will need to apply for both the programme and this studentship via the main University online graduate application form, and pay an application fee of £50. The application form, all supporting materials required for the programme (including references) and payment must be submitted by the appropriate studentship deadline. Click the Apply link below to access the application form and application guide.

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On the application form, in the section headed ‘Departmental Studentship Applications’, you must indicate which DSTL studentship you are applying for and enter the appropriate reference code. You must also select the applicable College.

Closing date for these studentships & DPhil/DSTL Applications is 31 October 2013.

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