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    Institute of Neurology

    We are seeking a postdoctoral research fellow in neuroscience to work
    with Professor Chris Frith and Professor Daniel Wolpert on a project
    studying 'interactions between agents'. This work aims to elucidate the
    physiological and computational mechanisms by which we use observed
    movements in order to detect other agents and make inferences about
    their goals and intentions. A variety of techniques will be used
    including behavioural studies, EEG and TMS. The candidate should have a
    PhD or equivalent research experience in relevant fields and experience
    with programming in Matlab and/or C++ would be advantageous.

    The post is available with a starting date of 1 January 2003, or nearest
    convenient date for one year in the first instance, with the possibility
    of renewal for a second year. Starting salary is up to £26,255 pa
    inclusive, depending on experience.

    Further particulars of the position are on

    Informal enquiries to Professor Frith ( ) or
    Professor Wolpert ( ).

    Applications (CV and names of three referees and a short statement of
    research interests) should be returned to

    Miss E Bertram,
    Assistant Secretary (Personnel),
    Institute of Neurology,
    Queen Square,
    London WC1N 3BG
    fax: +44 20 7278 5069

    Closing date November 29th, 2002.

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