Thirteen funded PhD positions in Psychology (n. 10 in the Psychological Sciences curriculum and n. 3 in the Joint PhD Program in Cognitive Neuroscience curriculum) are available at the Department of Psychology, University of Bologna Italy.

 

The positions will start in November 2021 with a 3-year PhD.

Funding will cover full living stipends. Applications from both EU and non-EU students are considered.

 

The PhD positions will be mainly based at the Department of Psychology, University of Bologna Italy with a mandatory period abroad of 6 months for the Psychological Sciences curriculum and of 12 months for the Joint PhD Program in Cognitive Neuroscience.

 

Application deadline:             May 21, 2021 at 12:00 PM (Italian time)

 

PhD details – Psychology — University of Bologna (unibo.it) https://www.unibo.it/en/teaching/phd/2021-2022/psychology

 

 

The PhD coordinator professor Maurizio Codispoti () as well as professors responsible of the following funded projects can be contacted for information:

 

Joint PhD Program in Cognitive Neuroscience curriculum

•           “Social neuroscience of error monitoring”, N.1 position, Professor Alessio Avenanti ()

•           “The critical role of brain oscillations in visual performance”, N.1 position, Professor Caterina Bertini ()

•           “The neural mechanisms of remembering and anticipating the future”, N.1 position, Professor Elisa Ciaramelli ()

 

Psychological Sciences curriculum

•           “Early markers of Language-Learning Impairment (LLI) in infants born preterm”, N.1 position, Professor Alessandra Sansavini ()

•           “The role of gender stereotypes in perpetuating gender inequality”, N.1 position, Professor Monica Rubini ()

•           “Promoting wellbeing at work in uncertain times”, N.1 position, Professor Rita Chiesa ()

•           “Organizations coping with rising multicultural trends: a work and organizational perspective”, N.1 position, Professor Salvatore Zappalà

•           “Integrated collaborative care for elderly cardiac patients with mental and somatic multimorbidity”, N.1 position, Professor Chiara Rafanelli

•           “Managing Identities in Diverse Societies: A Developmental Intergroup Perspective with Adolescents”, N. 3 positions, Professor Elisabetta Crocetti

•           N. 2 positions open to all psychological field of the PhD program in Psychology

 

 

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