Subject: Fellowship in Music Cognition From: Greg Sandell <sandell(at)EPUNIX.SUSSEX.AC.UK> Date: Wed, 2 Jun 1993 06:41:59 -0400
This appeared on our department bulletin board, and I thought I would share it with any interested people. Note, I have no affiliation with University of Nottingham, so asking me questions about the fellowship is pointless... Gregory J. Sandell (sandell(at)epunix.sussex.ac.uk) Lab. of Experimental Psychology, University of Sussex Brighton BN1 9QG England +44-273-678058 University of Nottingham University Studentship in Music Cognition The University of Nottingham has made available a research studentship in the area of music cognition. The studenship is tenable starting October 1993 and will be for research in the Departments of Psychology and Music. The supervisors will be Professor Geoffrey Underwood and professor Robert Pascall. Candidates with interests in any area of music cognition may apply, and the joint supervisors have a particular interest in the phenomenon of musical chunking. Candidates must hold, or expect to hold, a first class or upper second class honours degree in either Psychology of Music. The successful candidate will be registered for three years of fulltime study for the degree of PhD. The value of the award is curently #4800 (plus fees) per annum. Candidates should apply with an application form which is available from: he Department Secretary, Department of Psychology, University of Nottingham, Nottingham NG7 2RD.