|Funding for:||UK Students, EU Students, International Students|
|Funding amount:||£17,688 tax-free maintenance grant equivalent to UKRI studentship rates|
|Placed On:||8th December 2022|
|Closes:||22nd February 2023|
Though we often don’t give it a lot of thought, the most productive and pleasant social exchanges are characterised by a predictable rhythm of action and reaction. As social actors, we are capable of smooth conversational turn-taking and coordinated movements – but we do not always achieve it. The PhD project will examine variability in how rhythmic interactions are (due to individual, dyadic, or contextual factors) and what the consequences are of that variability. There is scope for the PhD student to develop these basic research questions in a direction of their choosing.
This PhD project is in a competition for a Faculty of Social Sciences funded studentship. The studentship covers full tuition fees for Home or International students, a tax-free maintenance grant equivalent to UKRI studentship rates (currently £17,688) and a research training support grant (currently £750 per year).
For further information, please see Studentships and Stipends: www.uea.ac.uk/research/research-with-us/postgraduate-research/latest-phds-and-research-studentships/postgraduate-research-fees-and-funding/studentships-and-stipends and information on maintenance grant levels: www.uea.ac.uk/research/research-with-us/postgraduate-research/latest-phds-and-research-studentships/postgraduate-research-fees-and-funding/stipends-and-fee-levels.
Please also see the UEA Studentship terms and conditions: www.uea.ac.uk/documents/20142/130807/pgr-studentship-terms-and-conditions.pdf/b38bb426-cd1f-c4b5-38da-22023aca30e4?t=1590662730627.
PRIMARY SUPERVISOR: Natalie Wyer
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