Research projects are undertaken in the fields of psychology, anthropology and evolutionary biology, with an emphasis on comparative approaches. Core areas are the evolution of social behavior, group behavior and group coordination, developmental psychology, as well as the cognitive and physiological foundations of behavior. The program is run by the Faculty of Biology and Psychology of the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, the "Courant Research Centre Text Structures" and the German Primate Center. Interdisciplinary collaboration and exchange are an important element of this study program.
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Applicants must hold a master degree in mathematics, psychology or the natural sciences. A proof of proficiency in English, a written statement by a member of BeCog confirming supervision and a short project proposal must be submitted upon application.
Usually, the research group or department provides funding to their doctoral students in the form of either an employment contract or a scholarship (approx. monthly amount of scholarship or net salary: 1100-1400 EUR).
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