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|Postdoctoral Position, University of Adelaide|
|Saturday, 11 May 2013 18:51|
The computational cognitive science group at the University of Adelaide (Australia) is seeking a post-doctoral researcher to contribute to a project focused on problems of inductive inference. Project PIs are Dan Navarro and Amy Perfors. The project investigates how different assumptions about the nature and origin of data lead to different inferences, both in a normative sense and in human behaviour. From a modeling perspective the project is interested in developing Bayesian models of human induction, and in understanding how these relate to more traditional psychological models. The salary range is A$74,001 - A$79,435, and the closing date for applications is 15 June 2013. Applications received after this date will be accepted but cannot be guaranteed equal consideration. More details can be found at the official job posting: