We are always in need of interested participants. If you would like to participate in our research, please go to SONA to find out what studies we are currently conducting.
The Memory, Affect, and Planning Lab is currently not accepting applications for Graduate Students.
The Memory, Affect, and Planning Lab has openings for undergraduate research assistants. Students from any major are welcome, and students from psychology and biology can receive elective credit for their contributions. Research assistants may contribute to all aspects of research including experimental design and data analysis.
For questions, please email us at MAPLab at gatech.edu
The MAP Lab currently has openings for a post-doctoral scholar. Start date is flexible, and the funding provides opportunities for a variety of areas of inquiry depending on the candidate’s interests! The listing is reproduced below
The Memory Affect and Planning (MAP) Laboratory, supervised by Dr. Thackery Brown at Georgia Tech, is recruiting 1-2 post-doctoral scholars for positions supported by both federal and foundation funds.
These opportunities will support programmatic study in the neuroscience of human long-term memory and spatial navigation, with an emphasis on understanding individual differences, cognitive aging, memory-guided decision-making, and network mechanisms surrounding these topics.
Studies utilize fMRI, EEG, implementation of novel neurofeedback approaches using tools such as transcranial focused ultrasound (tFUS), and a new state-of-the-art VR research center.
The ideal applicant will have
• A Ph.D. in psychology, neuroscience, or a related field
• Experience collecting and analyzing fMRI and/or EEG data
• Experience in episodic memory, spatial memory, and/or decision-making
• Strong quantitative and/or computational skills
Interested applicants should contact Dr. Brown directly to discuss their interests and these opportunities (firstname.lastname@example.org).
To apply, applicants are asked to send a letter of interest, Research Statement covering their background and goals, CV, and three letters of reference to Dr. Brown.