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Psychology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Birmingham

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  Enhancing Neuroimaging Genetics through Meta-analysis (ENIGMA): Antisocial Behavior working group
  Dr S De Brito, Dr P Tino
Application Deadline: 6 January 2019
ENIGMA is an international collaborative effort that brings together researchers to better understand brain structure, function, and disease, based on meta-analyses of brain imaging and genetic data.
  Assessing and improving the reliability of memory evidence from children
  Dr M. Colloff, Dr H Flowe
Applications accepted all year round
Last year, 1 in 10 children were victims of crime (ONS, 2018). The number of children contributing memory evidence by providing police statements and courtroom testimony has increased by 60% according to the most recently available data (2006-2009; Plotnikoff & Woolfson, 2011).
  Can current AI reasoning mechanisms be used to model ancient geometric reasoning, illustrating Immanuel Kant’s ideas about mathematical knowledge?
  Prof A Jung, Prof A Sloman
Application Deadline: 14 January 2019
This project is supervised by a theoretical computer scientist (Jung) and a philosopher of mathematics who has worked in AI and Cognitive Science (Sloman).
  Breaking Free with Artificial Intelligence: The Data Science of Digital Behaviour Intervention.
  Dr C Yau
Application Deadline: 22 January 2019
Using digital technology to improve health and care is now a priority focus for the UK National Health Service. New and maturing technological developments hold the potential to have a transformative effect on health service delivery.
  Communicating / Preserving / Explaining Uncertainty within professional applications
  Prof S Delacroix
Application Deadline: 22 January 2019
Uncertainty. whether it be developing tools to help communicate it in lay-professional encounters, tools that take into account human uncertainty (and the consequent need for continuing change in a legal system), or methods to flag up / explain uncertainty to professional (or public policy) users of data science tools.
  Increasing the Quality of Rape Survivor Memory Evidence
  Dr H Flowe, Dr M. Colloff
Applications accepted all year round
Recent research has found that witnesses and rape victims (Flowe et al., in press; Flowe et al., 2016) strive to volunteer their strongest memories and withhold weaker ones, which enables them to avoid providing erroneous information.
  Innovating Eyewitness Identification Procedures
  Dr H Flowe, Dr M. Colloff
Applications accepted all year round
This project develops a new technology for administering lineups. Although eyewitnesses of crimes likely encode perpetrators from different angles (front, three-quarter, profile etc.), little research has considered how a witness’s encoding view of a perpetrator influences their subsequent identification behavior.
  Co-creating age- and activity-friendly urban environments with older citizens and community stakeholders
  Dr A. Stathi
Application Deadline: 15 January 2019
We welcome applications for an exciting PhD studentship at the School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences.
  Perception in a dynamic multisensory world
  Prof U Noppeney
Application Deadline: 6 January 2019
The aim of this project is to unravel the computations and neural mechanisms that enable us to perceive, understand and interact effectively with the dynamic multisensory world around us.
  Brain state variability: understanding how the internal world shapes the external world
  Dr A P Bagshaw, Dr S Mayhew
Application Deadline: 6 January 2019
Human behaviour varies widely, even to consistent stimulus input, but the neural origins of this remain obscure.
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