Temporary research assistant post in the Institute of Neuroscience on Colour Perception (Hurlbert Vision Sciences Lab)
A temporary, part-time research assistant post (25 hours per week for 12 weeks beginning on 7th November) is available in the Hurlbert Vision Sciences Lab in the Institute of Neuroscience.
We are seeking a motivated, organised, computer-literate researcher to work alongside other team members to assist in running human behavioural studies on colour perception and colour constancy.
You will learn the psychology and neuroscience of human colour vision, as well as how to run computer-based tasks and to collect, code, store and analyse data.
Pay will be per hour, at a rate determined by experience/education level (minimum £10/hour). (Although this position is short-term, there might be opportunities for work on further projects later in spring 2017. )
Please contact Anya.Hurlbert@ncl.ac.uk for further information.