[Comp-neuro] PhD studentships at Sheffield

Kevin Gurney k.gurney at sheffield.ac.uk
Mon Jan 14 18:03:36 CET 2013

University of Sheffield has three PhD studentships in the neural  decision

The cross-disciplinary neuroeconomics network at the University of
Sheffield is seeking applications for PhD studentships as part of the

"Decision making under uncertainty: brains, swarms and markets"

Project 1: "Experimental validation of a new computational theory of
adaptive decision-making."

Project 2: “‘Herding cats’: Visually guided decision making with target

Project 3: Reinforcement learning and the equity premium puzzle

The closing date for applications is 15 February 2013.

See http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/psychology/prospectivepg/decisionmaking for
full details.

Kevin Gurney, PhD, FSB
Professor of Computational Neuroscience
Adaptive Behaviour Research Group
Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield, S10 2TP,

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