[Comp-neuro] Graduate Student openings in the UCR Brain Game Center and Sensory Learning Lab

Aaron Seitz aseitz at ucr.edu
Mon Oct 1 17:16:30 CEST 2018


Professor Aaron Seitz in the Department of Psychology at UC Riverside has several openings for graduate students. Students can work in one or both of the Perception and Learning lab and the Brain Game Center. The Perception and Learning lab conducts basic research on perception, learning and memory using a variety of approaches including advanced Psychophysics, EEG, and fMRI, and computational methodologies. The UCR Brain Game Center is a unique research unit that focuses on translational psychology and neuroscience work where we exploit the potential of consumer technologies to conduct research at large scale. This involves running hundreds to many thousands of participants on research studies designed to develop better measurements of perceptual and cognitive abilities as well as new training tools for these skills. To date we have developed numerous approaches addressing vision, hearing, working memory, executive function, and fluid intelligence. In both labs we use compu!
 tational modeling and machine learning as well as standard data analysis approaches.

 

For more information on research in the Seitz labs please see  http://faculty.ucr.edu/~aseitz/ and http://braingamecenter.ucr.edu.

 

 

Prospective graduate students should send an email to aseitz at ucr.edu with their CV, and description of research interests. 

 

Successful applicants will receive funding toward their Ph.D. for at least 5 years. Please see the following websites for more information about the Psychology  (https://psych.ucr.edu) or Neuroscience (http://neuro.ucr.edu) graduate programs. 

 

 

-Aaron

 

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Aaron Seitz, Ph.D.

Professor of Psychology

Director of UCR Brain Game Center

University of California, Riverside

900 University Ave.

Riverside, CA 92521

 

Ph:   (951) 827-6422

Fax:  (951) 827-3985

Email: aseitz at ucr.edu

Web:   http://faculty.ucr.edu/~aseitz/

BGC:    http://braingamecenter.ucr.edu

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