PhD studentship for a study on interval timing

The School of Psychology, University of East Anglia (Norwich, UK),  is offering fully-funded opportunities for doctoral students for 2017/18 entry (https://www.uea.ac.uk/psychology/research-degrees). One of the selected topic is on interval timing (under the supervision of Dr Zhenguang Cai). The studentship will cover the tuition fee and stipend and is eligible to UK, EU and international students. The deadline for application is 30 January 2017.

University of East Anglia is a research-intensive university located in the beautiful city of Norwich, east of England. In the 2016 National Student Survey, the university was ranked joint 3rd out of all English mainstream universities, with the School of Psychology receiving an overall satisfaction rating of 92 per cent. Guardian University Guide 2017 has ranked the School of Psychology in the Top 10 Psychology departments in the UK.

Interested applicants please email Zhenguang Cai (Zhenguang.cai@uea.ac.uk) for inquiry about the topic on timing and Dr Martin Doherty (Martin.Doherty@uea.ac.uk) for other matters.