Universiteit van Amsterdam

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PhD grants in "transdisciplinary mind and brain research", Berlin, Germany

The Berlin School of Mind and Brain offers a three-year doctoral program. Teaching takes place in English and covers all fields relevant to mind/brain-related research. The focus is on the interface of humanities and behavioral sciences with neurosciences. Main research topics are 'conscious and unconscious perception', 'decision-making', 'language', 'brain plasticity and lifespan ontogeny', and 'mental disorders and brain dysfunction'. Students will be supervised by two professors, one from the 'mind sciences' and one from the 'brain sciences'.

Apply by 15 January 2009 for funded three-year doctoral program in transdisciplinary mind and brain research. Applications especially invited for Brain disorders and mental dysfunction brain plasticity and lifespan ontogeny. Further research topics: Conscious and unconscious perception, Language, Decision-making.

For more information, see http://www.mind-and-brain.de

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