About the Project
Applications are invited for a PhD (via MPhil) studentship in the Social Interaction and Performance Science Laboratory (https://www.uclan.ac.uk/about_us/facilities/sinapse.php), within the School Psychology and Computer Science. The appointed student will have their registration fees covered (around £4,440 p.a. for 3 years), with the addition of a full maintenance bursary (around £15,009 p.a. for 3 years). International applicants will be required to cover difference in Home/EU fee rates.
It is expected the successful applicant will commence 1 October 2020.
Are Two Brains Better than One? Hyperbrain Markers of Joint Action
This PhD project aims to explore hyperbrain networks in real-world interactive motor tasks. The aims are threefold:
(i) to systematically review the literature on hyperbrain networks implicated in interactive joint action;
(ii) to examine how functional hyperbrain networks develop over time in dyadic teams; and
(iii) to develop a bio-neurofeedback intervention aimed at capturing, monitoring, and enhancing the likelihood of peak performance experiences in dyadic teams.
The impact of this project includes the advancement of theoretical, methodological, and applied knowledge on the neural markers of team learning and performance.
This project will be supervised by Dr. Edson Filho, Dr. Beth Richardson and Prof. Linden J. Ball.
Informal project related enquiries about the post can be made to
Dr. Edson Filho [Email Address Removed] +44 (0) 1772893436
Dr. Beth Richardson [Email Address Removed] +44 (0) 1772893753
For the application form and full details go to: https://www.uclan.ac.uk/research/study/phd-studentship-in-psychology-and-computer-science-rs2004.php.
Completed application forms should be returned to the Research Admissions email [Email Address Removed] quoting the studentship reference number RS/20/04.
Closing Date: 2 August 2020
Proposed Interview Date: W/C 10 August 2020
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