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Research Fellow in Animal Welfare
University of Stirling
The project aims to assess the efficacy of facial expression as an indicator of subjective states in mammals used in laboratory research and testing. Specifically, we will examine behaviour and facial expression production in relation to
1) protocols surrounding aversive events
2) individual temperament and
3) social factors.
Qualifications: A doctorate, in the field of Psychology, Biology or related discipline (or equivalent)
Essential criteria detailed on website
£30,122 to £35,939 p.a.
provided for internship/volunteer positions (travel, meals, lodging):
Term of Appointment:
Fixed Term, full-time from 1 April 2013 for two years
16th January, 2013
Full details on the website
Psychology, School of Natural Sciences
Stirling, Scotland FK9 4LA
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