Posted on 12 October 2015
The grant is entitled: Memory consolidation in typical and atypical development, and will explore a wide range of aspects of memory consolidation and language learning in adulthood and development, including developmental disorders such as autism and language impairment.
Two postdoctoral research posts are available, plus one research post at a graduate level. A part-time position for a research administrator to support the project is also available. The research project will be an exciting new development from York’s Sleep, Language and Memory lab, and offers a great opportunity to conduct world-leading research in the Psychology Department at York. For further details see the above links, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.