Princeton University Research Specialist I in Princeton, New Jersey
Princeton Neuroscience Inst - 24400
The Neuroscience of Cognitive Control Lab at Princeton University (PI: Jonathan Cohen) is currently seeking two full-time research assistants.
Our lab explores the cognitive, computational and neural bases of cognitive control. For background information about the lab, please see: http://webapps.pni.princeton.edu/ncc.
Primary responsibilities for this position will include: a) recruitment and testing of human subjects; b) assisting with the design, implementation, and analysis of human behavioral and neuroimaging experiments; and c) managing day to day lab business.
These positions are ideal for motivated college graduates who are thinking of applying to graduate school in psychology / neuroscience.
B.S., B.A. or equivalent required in Psychology, Neuroscience, Computer Science, or related field.
Applicants must be able to work in MRI environments (i.e., cannot have MR-unsafe metal implants or other medical safety exclusions.)
The final candidate will be required to complete a background check successfully.
Previous experience with conducting independent research, computer programming, computational modeling, and analyzing human behavioral or neuroimaging data is highly desired although not necessarily required.
Research Specialist I
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