addendum: McGill postdoc position (Caroline Palmer )

Subject: addendum: McGill postdoc position
From:    Caroline Palmer  <cpalmer@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Mon, 14 Apr 2008 16:06:44 -0400

My apologies for multiple postings. McGill University Postdoctoral Position in Neuropsychology of Performance We are currently recruiting a postdoctoral researcher to join our research team at McGill University. The successful applicant will join our team in studying brain processes that support the production of music, speech, and other auditory events. Our research uses a variety of computational, behavioral and neuroimaging techniques for building models of sensorimotor integration, including motion capture, ERP, and formal / analytical techniques. For more information about our laboratory, please see The Sequence Production Lab is part of the Center for Research on Language, Mind and Brain ( and the Brain, Music and Sound Research Labs (, and has full access to research-dedicated systems including eyetracking systems, motion tracking systems, and TMS. The ideal candidate should have obtained Ph.D. training in music neuroscience or computational modeling of cognitive processes, with skills in experimental design and computational methods. Applicants with interests in music, speech, motor control, and memory are encouraged to apply. The postdoctoral position may be continued up to two years (subject to review after the first year). Applications will be considered as they are received, and will continue until the position is filled. The start date is flexible and can be as soon as June 1, 2008. Salary begins at $44,000 per annum. To apply, please submit by email a vita, description of research experience and interests, and contact information of three people who can provide academic references to: Professor Caroline Palmer Sequence Production Laboratory Department of Psychology McGill University Montreal QC H3A 1B1 caroline.palmer@xxxxxxxx tel 514-398-6128 fax 514-398-4896

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