Research Assistant Social Cognition Psychosis Jobs Vacancy at University College London London
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Research Assistant Social Cognition Psychosis Jobs Vacancy at University College London London Jobs Details:
We are seeking a candidate with previous research experience and knowledge about cognitive approaches to the study of mental health difficulties who wishes to contribute to a high quality study looking at social cognition and neurocognition in psychosis. The overall aim of the study is to take a novel approach to social cognition in people with psychosis, looking specifically at the representation of social agents in delusions and hallucinations. The post-holders main roles will be in assisting with recruitment, collecting quantitative and possibly qualitative data from people with psychosis, and, in the latter stages, assisting with analysis and dissemination of results.
The post is funded by the Wellcome Trust for 6 months.
A first degree (2:1 or above) in psychology or a relevant subject is required, as well as experience of conducting high quality academic research, excellent ability with computers, and excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills. Experience of working or other contact with people with a history of psychosis is desirable.