Job announcement in Finland (Stephen McAdams )

Subject: Job announcement in Finland
From:    Stephen McAdams  <Stephen.McAdams(at)IRCAM.FR>
Date:    Sun, 4 Mar 2001 20:20:30 +0100

Academy fellow Applications are invited for the Academy fellow position at the Cognitive Brain Research Unit, Department of Psychology, University of Helsinki, Finland, from September 1, 2001 until August 31, 2002, with salary according to the regulations of the Academy of Finland (appr. 2500 Euro/month). The research activities of the Cognitive Brain Research Unit, headed by prof. N=E4=E4t=E4nen, focus on human auditory perception and cognition in= a wide range of ages and in several clinical populations (for further informatio= n, visit The Fellow will use our highly advanc= ed auditory stimulation software and hardware with high-resolution EEG (up t= o 128-channel NeuroScan), whole-head MEG (306-channel VectorView), and 1.5 = fT fMRI (Siemens), in close contact to PET, transcranial magnetic stimulatio= n, and optical imaging groups. The Fellow should have broad competence in cognitive neuroscience. He/she is expected to master one or several of the above-mentioned methods especially in studying auditory processing of speech or music. Therefore expertise in investigating pre-attentive and attentive processing with different types of sound stimulation in group-comparison designs is appreciated. For further information, please, contact Dr. Mari Tervaniemi (mari.tervaniemi(at) The applications, including curriculum vitae, list of publications, two representative publications of the applicant, and a short description abo= ut current research interests should be sent to Research secretary Marja Riistama, Cognitive Brain Research Unit, P.O. Box 13, 00014 University of Helsinki, Finland, no later than March 31, 2001 (post-office stamp). Dr. Mari Tervaniemi Department of Psychology, University of Jyv=E4skyl=E4, Finland Tel. +358-14-260 4417, Fax +358-14-260 2841 & Cognitive Brain Research Unit, Dept Psychol, Univ Helsinki, Finland

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