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Swansea University Psychology PhD Studentship: Neurobehavioural Mechanisms of Indirect Pathways of Human Threat Avoidance

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A highly motivated, ambitious, and technically skilled individual with strong written and spoken communication skills, is sought to undertake a three-year PhD project with Dr. Simon Dymond on neurobehavioural mechanisms of human threat-avoidance.

The objective of this studentship is to characterise the neurobehavioural mechanisms of indirectly acquired fear and threat-avoidance in ways that will have high translational value for clinical theories of anxiety disorders.

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Research Fields

Psychological sciences
Biological sciences
Literature
Neurosciences

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Eligible destination country/ies for fellowsUnited Kingdom
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Eligibility of fellows: nationality/iesAll
Website of Fellowship Programmehttp://www.nature.com/naturejobs/science/jobs/322111-Swansea-University-Psychology-PhD-Studentship-Neurobehavioural-Mechanisms-of-Indirect-Pathways-of-Human-Threat-Avoidance
Fellowship's Details
Career StageExperienced researcher or 4-10 yrs (Post-Doc)
Research ProfilesNot defined
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Application deadline

12/06/2013

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Fellowship ID

53160

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Swansea University

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