Post-Doc available, University of Pennsylvania (Peter Marvit )

Subject: Post-Doc available, University of Pennsylvania
From:    Peter Marvit  <marvit(at)CATTELL.PSYCH.UPENN.EDU>
Date:    Thu, 6 Feb 1997 13:56:44 -0500

[[ Please note contact information at the end of the ad. Do not respond to me! -PM ]] The Institute for Research in Cognitive Science (IRCS) at the University of Pennsylvania is offering post-doctoral fellowships which may be of interest to students working in auditory research. IRCS faculty include researchers with interests ranging from auditory sensory processing to psycholinguistics. Below is listed the faculty whose research is in the general area of PERCEPTION AND ACTION. Department of Psychology. ------------------------ Martha J. Farah, David Knill, Jacob Nachmias (emeritus), Ed Pugh, Virginia Richards, Robert Seyfarth, David Sparks, Saul Sternberg, John C. Trueswell Department of Computer and Information Science ----------------------------------------------- Norman Badler, Ruzena Bajcsy, Dimitri Metaxas Department of Bioengineering ------------------------------ Leif Finkel, Gershon Buchsbaum Department of Philosophy. ------------------------ Gary Hatfield Department of Biology --------------------- Dorothy Cheney ****************** The deadline for applications is February 1, 1997. 55555555555555555 To obtain more information about IRCS, faculty research interests and the post-doctoral fellowship program, please visit the IRCS website at: To apply for a post-doctoral fellowhip please visit the post-doctoral application web page at or: Send a cover letter indicating your proposed research, including a statement about how you would benefit from working in our interdisciplinary environment, your CV, and have two or three referees send letters of reference directly to: Postdoctoral Fellow Selection Committee p Institute for Research in Cognitive Science University of Pennsylvania 400C 3401 Walnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 The University of Pennsylvania is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

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