A three-year post-doc position on Infant Learning is available immediately.
The funded project “Learning during Infancy: Cognitive, Social, and Physiological Perspectives” explores various aspects of early human learning, including the neurophysiological signatures, the family and social environment, and the longitudinal impact in later development. The successful candidate will be involved in all stages of studies conducted in the Infant Research Lab at the Department of Psychology, primarily with Dr. Chia-huei Tseng (perception, attention, and learning), and closely with Professor Terry Au (development), Dr. Anita Wong (speech and hearing), and Dr. Esther Lau (sleep).
This position is created to meet the strategic research needs identified by the University of Hong Kong and to bring new impetus and vigour to the University’s research enterprise. A highly competitive salary commensurate with qualifications and experience will be offered. Annual leave and medical benefits will also be available. The start date is flexible but priority will be given to those who can start by September. The application will continue until the position is filled.
Qualifications: PhD in psychology or the broadly defined developmental science; good programming skills (e.g. Matlab/C/C++); previous research experience with psychophysics, eye movement, sleep or neuro-biologicial measurements is desirable. Great organization and communication skills are essential.
Applicants please send me (Chia-huei Tseng, email@example.com) your CV, a description of your research interests, two references, and the complete university application forms (available at http://www.hku.hk/apptunit/form-ext.doc).