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Location: Department of Psychology at Rutgers University-Newark Campus, USA
Deadline: September 2014


The Department of Psychology at Rutgers University-Newark Campus seeks an assistant professor for a tenure-track position in either Developmental Psychology (e.g., social development) or Social Psychology (e.g., social cognition). The position begins 9/2015. Applicants possessing strong design and statistical skills are especially desired as the position will require the teaching of advanced graduate research methods and advanced statistical techniques (e.g., multivariate, scaling, modeling), in addition to other courses within the applicant’s primary area of interest, undergraduate courses and academic advising. Other core training areas in our doctoral program include Cognition/Perception and Neuroscience.

A Ph.D. in psychology or closely related discipline is required. The Psychology Department at Rutgers-Newark strongly emphasizes research, and offers excellent facilities including individual lab space, in-house tech support, and an ample and well-organized subject pool. The modern Rutgers University Brain Imaging Center (RUBIC) is on site. Rutgers-Newark is ranked among the top 15 small research universities in America, located minutes from New York City, and situated within a close network of excellent research institutions. The campus is also home to Schools of Business, Criminal Justice, Law, Nursing, and Social Work, and proximal to the Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences – New Jersey Medical School.

Diversity Mission: Rutgers/Newark is the most ethnically diverse research-intensive campus in America (16 consecutive years, US News & World Report). Applicants may include a brief statement explaining how their membership in our department could advance the University commitment to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability, protected veteran status or any other classification protected by law.

Rutgers-Newark is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and actively encourages applications from minorities, women, and other underrepresented groups.

Application: Please provide statements outlining research and teaching interests, curriculum vitae, three letters of reference, and copies of pre/reprints. Send electronic application to: facultysearch@psychology.rutgers.edu.

We will begin considering applications in mid to latter September, 2014.



Post: Postdoctoral Research Positions 2014
Location: ICS-ULisboa, Portugal
Deadline: September 16, 2014


Postdoctoral Research Positions 2014
Within the framework of the Foundation's Postdoctoral Grants Programme for Science and Technology, the ICS-ULisboa accepts applications from social scientists in the areas of social and cultural anthropology, political science, economics, human geography, history, social psychology and sociology. The candidate's work plan must be integrated into the ICS's new Programme of Activities - 2015-2020 and the ICS's Research Groups (available at http://www.ics.ul.pt/publicacoes/FCTeval.pdf).

Applicants must have recently acquired their PhD and must wish to spend a period of three years as a postdoctoral fellow at the ICS. The post is for 3 years, with the possibility of renewal for a further 3 years, and the salary is 1495 euros per month (net).

Financial support for these fellowships is available through the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT), to which a separate application should also be made. However candidates must have obtained the prior agreement of the ICS. For further details consult:

The Instituto de Ciências Sociais [Social Science Institute] of the Universidade de Lisboa is an institute for advanced research and postgraduate studies that focuses mainly on the fields of social and cultural anthropology, political science, history, sociology, social psychology, environmental studies and economics.

The Institute is a vibrant research centre that is dedicated to addressing important social issues in an interdisciplinary context and is composed of a body of researchers from many different areas of the social sciences as well as from various countries. It was evaluated as ‘centre of excellence’ by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT) and offers excellent working conditions, financial support for research and international networks. The institute is situated in Lisbon itself, a beautiful and historical city offering a rich array of cultural and social activities.

Applications must include:
- A detailed curriculum vitae;
- A covering letter describing the candidate’s current research interests.
- One copy each of two representative publications;
- A research proposal (of a maximum of 1500 words);
- Two letters of recommendation written by social scientists other than the supervisor of the candidate’s thesis. At least one of them must be from a non-Portuguese institution. Referees must send these letters directly to candidaturas@ics.ulisboa.pt;
- Indication of the ICS-ULisboa researcher who will be responsible for supervising the candidate’s plan of activities.
Applications must be sent by e-mail to candidaturas@ics.ulisboa.pt
The deadline for submitting applications is 16th September 2014. The results will be announced to the candidates by email until 23rd September

About applications: candidaturas@ics.ulisboa.pt
About the ICS: www.ics.ulisboa.pt
About Lisbon and its surroundings:

Post: 6 Postdoc Fellowships
Location: Behavioural Science Institute, Radboud University, Nijmegen (The Netherlands)
Deadline: September 17, 2014


Six Postdoc Fellowships at the Behavioural Science Institute

The Behavioural Science Institute (Radboud University, The Netherlands) is offering six postdoctoral fellowships for talented PhDs with a strong record in research who aspire a research career in the behavioural sciences. We are looking for excellence in research and clear future promise in research. International candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. The fellowships include a salary for two years and a budget for research expenses. These positions will begin January 1, 2015.

Candidates are expected to write a 1500-word research proposal that aligns with one of more of the Behavioural Science Institute’s research areas. Proposals may include a research budget of up to €10,000. If the project requires additional funding to be successful, this should be indicated in the proposal by a clear rationale. Proposals must address clear research questions, research methodology and analyses, and expected results. Proposals must be independently written by the applicant. There are opportunities for both fundamental and translational research. Proposals that may lead to further external funding during or after the fellowship period are especially encouraged.

The Behavioural Science Institute is a multidisciplinary research institute including psychology, educational science, and communication science. The BSI has seven research programmes covering three major research themes: 1) development and learning; 2) psychopathology, health and well-being; and 3) social processes and communication. For more information, please visit our website (www.ru.nl/bsi).

The BSI has state-of-the-art research facilities for observational studies, experiments, eye-tracking studies, EEG measurements and GSR recording, psychobiological research, and behavioural measurements in both real and 3D virtual environments. The neuroimaging facilities of the Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging, fMRI, MEG and TMS are available for research on the neural bases of behaviour.

For the whole vacancy and the full requirements please go to the vacancy on our website: http://www.ru.nl/newstaff/working_at_radboud/details/details-vacature?taal=uk&recid=540854&pad=%2fnewstafate



Post: 1 tenure assistant professor in Work and Organizational Psychology
Location: Utrecht University, Department of Social and Organizational Psychology , The Netherlands
Deadline: September 18, 2014


Utrecht University, Department of Social and Organizational Psychology

1 tenure assistant professor in Work and Organizational Psychology

Job description
The position is available at the Department of Social and Organizational Psychology. The department’s research concentrates on three interrelated domains: Motivation, Self-regulation, and Performance, combining fundamental and applied approaches to study human cognition and behaviour in the social, organizational and work contexts. A variety of methods are employed including behavioural lab experiments, psychophysiology, eye tracking, surveys and behavior observational studies.

The department’s two research programs (“Work and organizational psychology: Occupational health psychology” and “Social-cognitive and interpersonal determinants of behavioral regulation”) received excellent evaluations in the most recent QANU research review. Moreover, the department of Social and Organizational Psychology has outstanding research facilities within a state-of-the-art newly designed faculty lab environment (autumn 2013), including eye- and limb-movement registration, virtual reality, TMS, EEG and access to MRI. In addition, the department has access to a mobile lab and has well-developed expertise in conducting research in work and organizational settings. We teach in three undergraduate programs (BSc Psychology, BSc minor program Social Neuroscience, and BSc Social Sciences at UCU), two MSc programs (MSc Social Psychology, MSc Work and Organizational Psychology), a two-year research masters (MSc Social and Health Psychology), Kurt Lewin Institute PhD program Social Psychology and Helmholtz PhD program Cognition and Behaviour.

The Social and Organizational Psychology department is part of the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Science of Utrecht University. In addition, the Social and Organizational Psychology department participates in the Utrecht Strategic theme Institutions, and has ongoing research collaborations with the University Medical Center Utrecht (UMCU), the Utrecht School of Law, TNO and Unilever. The department also participates in two Focus Areas: Neuroscience and Cognition Utrecht, and Future Food Utrecht.

The candidate will teach predominantly in undergraduate program BSc Psychology and master program MSc Work and Organizational Psychology.

The successful candidate will have:
 a PhD (completed or very near completion) in Work and/or Organizational Psychology, or a related discipline
 an excellent track record in research, preferably in one or more of the domains which are central to the department (i.e. Motivation, Self-regulation, and Performance)
 proven potential to obtain (and preferably successful in obtaining) research grants
 excellent teaching skills
 fluent in English and preferably also in Dutch
 the capacity to work in a team
 the willingness to take on managerial responsibilities, both within and outside the Social and Organizational Psychology group
 obtained the Utrecht University Basic Teaching Qualification or comparable (or the willingness to achieve this qualification in the near future)

We offer a tenure-track full-time position for two years, with a potential for tenure given a positive evaluation after two years. The gross salary depends on qualifications and experience and ranges from € 3,259 to € 5,070 per month for a full-time appointment (salary scale 11/12, Dutch Universities Conditions of Employment). The salary is supplemented with an annual holiday pay of 8% and an endof- year bonus of 8.3% per year. Other secondary conditions include e.g. a pension scheme, partially paid parental leave, and flexible employment conditions.

About the organisation
Utrecht University has great ambitions for its teaching quality and study success rates. This also applies to its clear research profiles which are centred around four themes: Sustainability, Life Sciences, Dynamics of Youth, and Institutions. Utrecht University plays a prominent role in our society and contributes to finding the answers to topical and future societal issues. The Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences hosts research and academic teaching in cultural anthropology, educational and learning sciences, interdisciplinary social science, pedagogics, psychology and sociology. Research and teaching are concentrated in five areas:
 Behaviour in Social Contexts;
 Child and Adolescent Studies;
 Cognitive and Clinical Psychology;
 Educational and Learning Sciences; and Methodology and Statistics for the Behavioural and Social Sciences.

More than 5,600 students are enrolled in a broad range of undergraduate and graduate programmes. The Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences has some 850 faculty and staff members. Utrecht University is the only Dutch university and in fact the only university in continental Europe in the Times Higher Education Ranking of the Top 50 Social Sciences Universities 2012/2013.

Additional information
Additional information about this position can be obtained from prof dr Toon Taris: +31 30 253 4812, t.taris@uu.nl.

Please apply via www.uu.nl/vacatures or via www.academictransfer.com. This vacancy will be posted online from 4 to 18 september, 2014. Please include your full curriculum vitae in your application.

The application deadline is 18 September 2014.

Post: Three new appointments between Assistant Professor and Chair
Location: The University of Nottingham, UK
Deadline: September 30 , 2014


The University of Nottingham is a world-class institution ranked in the UK and European top 30 and in the top 1% of all universities worldwide. We are a multi-campus based research-intensive University that is firmly committed to internationalizing our teaching and research activities.

In order to deliver the School’s strategic research plan, we intend to make three new appointments between Assistant Professor and Chair. We would like to appoint in areas that complement existing research strengths within the School and would particularly encourage candidates working in social neuroscience or social cognition to apply. As we have a number of positions available we welcome applications from ‘teams’ of individuals with a demonstrable track record of working together.

The key driver for these appointments will be research excellence (relative to career level). Therefore, only candidates with a sustained record of scholarly output of international excellence, research income and research leadership over their career to date should apply. Candidates from other research areas important to the School will be given equal consideration.

The School of Psychology has thriving research programmesand outstanding facilities in the areas of cognitive psychology and cognitive neuroscience, behavioural neuroscience, social and health psychology, and developmental psychology. Further information about the School’s research profile and details of our considerable investments in research are available at: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/psychology/research/research.aspx
The successful candidates will contribute to the leadership and development of the School’s research and teaching agenda.

The appointees will have an established international reputation with extensive knowledge and understanding of specialised areas of psychology and/or cognitive neuroscience together with significant postdoctoral research and teaching experience.

These permanent full-time positions are available immediately. Further details are available at http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/jobs/currentvacancies/ref/PROF195714

Informal, confidential enquiries may be addressed to the Head of School, Professor Paul McGraw, tel: 0115 951 5295 or email paul.mcgraw@nottingham.ac.uk. Please note that applications sent directly to this email address will not be accepted.



Post: Tenure Track position ­ Social Psychology
Location: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (Israel)
Deadline: September 30, 2014


Tenure-track position in Social Psychology at the Department of Psychology, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

We anticipate an opening for an academic tenure-track appointment (open rank; per qualifications and experience) for a position starting in October 2015, in Social Psychology, Social-Neuroscience, and related fields. The appointment is subject to budgetary and professional approval. The search will continue until a suitable candidate is found.

Ben-Gurion University, with approximately 20,000 students, provides a significant resources and a strong foundation to support all faculty members’ research programs. The Psychology Department at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev is committed to excellence in research and teaching. The department includes 20 faculty members specializing in cognitive, clinical, developmental and social psychology. Within social psychology, our group includes researchers studying emotions, attitudes, self-regulation, judgment and decision making, behavioral economics, and related topics.

Candidates are expected to have a PhD (and preferably also post-doctoral training) in relevant fields. We seek candidates with strong evidence of excellence in research, showing an excellent track-record for their stage of career, evident by previous high-quality contribution to psychology. Candidates specializing in social neuroscience and/or group research are especially encouraged to apply.

To apply, please submit a letter of application including a statement of research and teaching interests, curriculum vitae, 2-3 sample papers and three letters of reference to the head of the search committee, Dr. Shaul Shalvi at sshalvi@bgu.ac.il
Please also contact him for more information or with inquiries. We recommend sending applications as soon as possible, before September 30th, 2014. However, we will consider applications until the position is filled.

Post: Tenure-track position in INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY at the Assistant Professor
Location: Department of Psychology at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)
Deadline: October 1, 2014

The Department of Psychology at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) invites applications for a tenure-track position in INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY at the Assistant Professor rank to begin August 2015.
The Psychology Department has a highly selective, research-intensive masters program in I/O and is advancing a proposal for a doctoral program in applied organizational psychology. We are seeking an outstanding researcher and teacher to complement the current faculty and contribute to the development and growth of our proposed doctoral program. The area of specialization is open, but candidates with expertise in organizational topics at all levels of analyses (e.g., micro, meso, macro) will be given strongest consideration. Most importantly, we are looking for someone who will be able to a) maintain a productive research program that is recognized by external funding , b) demonstrate excellence in teaching and supervising graduate and undergraduate students, and c) contribute to and participate in the mission of the program and department. The candidate would be expected to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in the I/O curriculum and/or courses within their area of expertise. A reduced initial teaching load and generous startup funds are provided.
The Department has 27 full-time faculty, 500 undergraduate majors, and approximately 60 graduate students enrolled in programs in Industrial/Organizational (M.S.), Clinical (Ph.D.), and Addiction Neuroscience (Ph.D.). Additional information about the department and I/O program may be found at www.psych.iupui.edu. IUPUI was ranked 5th by U.S. News and World Report in “Up-and-Coming National Universities” in 2014 and was awarded INSIGHT into Diversity magazine’s Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award in 2012. IUPUI is a campus renowned for service learning and civic engagement as well as life sciences research. It is also Indiana's premier urban public research institution, with more than 200 degree programs enrolling over 30,000 students (www.iupui.edu). IUPUI is located near downtown Indianapolis, the twelfth largest city in the United States. The city uniquely combines the cultural amenities of urban life with the residential qualities of smaller communities, and at the same time is highly affordable. As the major center for industry and government within the state, Indianapolis has a wide variety of research and training sites.
Applications from women and from minority candidates are strongly encouraged. IUPUI is committed to the development of a multicultural environment. We seek greater diversity in our faculty and staff to broaden the academic experience and enrich our University.
Applicants should send electronic copies of a cover letter, a vita, research and teaching statements, and up to three representative publications to psychsc@iupui.edu with “I/O Search” in the subject line. Also, applicants should arrange to have three letters of reference submitted separately by the writers to the same email address. Review of the applications will begin on October 1, 2014 and continue until the position is filled.



Post: Tenure-track position
Location: Department of Psychology at University of Pittsburgh, USA
Deadline: October 1, 2014


University of Pittsburgh
Department of Psychology
The Department of Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh is seeking to fill one tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level in the area of social psychology, pending budgetary approval. The Social Program, which is an active building phase, has recently recruited four new faculty. We are seeking candidates whose research complements and extends the strengths of current faculty and who have a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching and graduate training.

The Psychology Department (http://www.psychology.pitt.edu) is committed to excellence in research and in teaching at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. The Department has 33 tenure-stream faculty and houses five graduate training programs: Biological and Health; Clinical; Cognitive; Developmental; and Social, as well as cross-program training opportunities. The interdisciplinary nature of psychological science is reflected in both faculty research interests and training opportunities afforded to graduate students.

Faculty in the Psychology Department collaborate with colleagues in several other units at the University of Pittsburgh, including the Learning Research and Development Center, the Center for Neuroscience, the School of Medicine (including Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic), and the School of Education. In addition, many collaborations exist with colleagues at Carnegie Mellon University.

Applicants should assemble a single PDF document containing a cover letter, CV, statement of research and teaching interests, and up to three papers. Please email this document to socpsy@pitt.edu. In addition, three letters of recommendation should be sent to this email address with the following subject heading: the applicant’s last name and the word “recommendation.”

Deadline for submitting applications is October 1, 2014.

Inquiries regarding the position can be addressed to the chair of the search committee, John Levine (jml@pitt.edu). Please include the word “socpsy” in the subject line.

The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and values equality of opportunity, human dignity, and diversity.



Post: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Reader post in Clinical/Clinical Health Psychology
Location: Department of Psychology, University of Bath, UK
Deadline: October 8, 2014


The Department of Psychology at the University of Bath is advertising a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Reader post in Clinical/Clinical Health Psychology. Details can be found at https://www.bath.ac.uk/jobs/Vacancy.aspx?ref=CC2172R
The closing date for applications is 8 October 2014.

Prof Bas Verplanken
Head of Department of Psychology
University of Bath
Email: b.verplanken@bath.ac.uk



Location: New College, Oxford, IK
Deadline: October 17, 2014



from 1 October 2015

The College invites applications for the Juliana Cuyler Matthews Junior Research Fellowship in Psychology, tenable for a fixed period of three years from 1 October 2015. The post is stipendiary and the person appointed will be expected to undertake advanced research in the field of Experimental Psychology; s/he will have completed, or at least submitted, a PhD/DPhil at the time of taking up the post, and may not previously have held a Junior Research Fellowship or comparable post-doc position of more than two years. Applicants must, if non-EU, obtain an appropriate visa which also permits them to teach. A preference may be shown for applicants working in the fields of intergroup relations and/or social neuroscience, who are keen to collaborate with other members of the psychology team at New College.

1. New College
Founded in 1379, New College is one of the oldest and largest of the colleges of Oxford University. The colleges are independent, self-governing establishments which function both as academic institutions and as social and residential centres for students. New College currently has approximately 450 undergraduate and 350 graduate students, studying most of the subjects offered by the University of Oxford.
Undergraduate teaching at New College is organised and provided by around 45 Tutorial Fellows (nearly all of whom also hold University posts), assisted by about 16 Stipendiary Lecturers (college tutors employed on a fixed-term basis). There are also 15 Professorial Fellows and, at any one time, about 10 to 12 Junior Research Fellows. All these categories are members of the Senior Common Room, which provides dining and social benefits. Governing Body, which has overall responsibility for all aspects of the running of the College, comprises the Warden (the Head of the College) together with the Official Fellows.

2. Experimental Psychology at New College
New College has a distinguished tradition in Psychology within the University. There are normally two Tutorial Fellows in Psychology at New, but one post is about to be re-filled. Prof. Miles Hewstone directs a large social-psychology research group, whose particular interest is inter-group relations and the reduction of conflict (http://www.psy.ox.ac.uk/oxcsic). Prof. Masud Husain is a Professorial Fellow in Cognitive Neuroscience and Neurology (http://www.clneuro.ox.ac.uk/team/principal-investigators/masud-husain) and Dr Holly Bridge works at the Oxford Centre for FMRI of the Brain (FMRIB) and is a stipendiary lecturer (http://www.fmrib.ox.ac.uk/research/vision-group-1). Applicants would have access to research space and facilities in the Department of Experimental Psychology (http://www.psy.ox.ac.uk/). The College admits an average of 6 undergraduates and 4 graduates per year in psychology, and attracts applicants of the highest standard.

3. Details of the Advertised Post

3.1 Duties
The Junior Research Fellow will be expected to undertake advanced research in his or her chosen branch of Experimental Psychology.
The Fellow may be required to undertake up to six hours of tutorial teaching per week in full term, for which additional remuneration will be available, and to act as a College Adviser for graduate students.

3.2 Qualifications and Abilities Required
Junior Research Fellowships are intended for researchers at an early stage in their career who show outstanding ability and potential in their chosen field. Applicants will be expected to have a first degree in a subject area appropriate to the Fellowship, normally at First Class honours level.

4. Selection Criteria
The formal selection criteria for the post are as follows:
- Scholarship that demonstrates a substantial contribution to the subject, or potential for such, with an ability to communicate ideas.
- A publication record commensurate with the date of completion of the doctorate
- A record of outstanding research in any area of psychology, with special focus on intergroup relations and social neuroscience.

5. Salary and Conditions
The Fellowship carries a stipend of £20,842 per annum (subject to annual review). The appointment will be pensionable under the USS scheme, the Fellow contributing 6.5% of the stipend and the College 16%.
A Fellow is entitled to a housing allowance (currently £1,925 p.a.) or to free accommodation in College if suitable rooms are available. In addition, Fellows are entitled to free lunch and dinner at the common table when this is available, a book allowance (£450 p.a.), a research allowance (£810 p.a.) and an entertainment allowance (£210 p.a.).
The appointment will be for a fixed period of three years without possibility of renewal.

6. Equal Opportunities
The College’s policy and practice require that entry into employment with the College and progression within employment will be determined only by personal merit and the application of criteria which are related to the duties of each particular post and the relevant salary structure. Subject to statutory provisions, no applicant or member of staff will be treated less favourably than another because of his or her sex, marital status, race, ethnic or national origin, age or colour The College is an equal opportunities employer and adheres to the University’s Equal Opportunity Policy and Code of Practice, a copy of which is available on request.

7. Application Procedure
Applicants should please:
a) Complete the online application form at www.new.ox.ac.uk/matthews-jrf-experimental-psychology
b) Send 5 copies of the following to The Senior Academic Administrator, New College, Oxford OX1 3BN:
 completed application cover sheet (on page 4)
 curriculum vitae
 short summary of current and proposed research (2 to 3 pages)
 details of 2 referees.

The documents should be collated so that each set contains one copy of the above documents, and each set of application documents should be stapled together.

Please send one copy of the Equal Opportunities Monitoring form (page 5).

Candidates should ask their referees to write directly to the Senior Academic Administrator at tuition@new.ox.ac.uk, and should supply each referee with a copy of these further particulars. The College wishes to take this opportunity to thank in advance those referees who write on behalf of applicants.

The closing date for applications and the last date for receipt of references is 5.00 pm on Friday 17 October 2014. It is the responsibility of each applicant to ensure that her or his application arrives in full by the deadline. Please note that both paper and online applications are required.

Applications will be acknowledged.
Samples of written work are not required at this stage, but may be required if you are shortlisted for interview.
Interviews will be held on Thursday 20 November 2014.

All enquiries should be in the first instance addressed to the Senior Academic Administrator at tuition@new.ox.ac.uk

Post: Senior Lecturer in Psychology (2 posts)
Location: University of Greenwich, UK
Deadline: October 31, 2014


Senior Lecturer in Psychology (2 posts)
University of Greenwich - Faculty of Education and Health

Location: London
Salary: £37,394 to £45,954 plus £3,437 London weighting per annum
Hours: Full Time
Contract: Permanent
Placed on: 8th September 2014
Closes: 31st October 2014
Job Ref: 658
Employer Profile: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/enhanced/employer/university-of-greenwich/

Location: Avery Hill campus
Interview Date: To be confirmed
The University of Greenwich is seeking two talented research active senior lecturers in psychology. These are new posts and reflect the university’s commitment to the continued development of psychology which did well in the 2008 RAE and was entered into the recent REF 2014 under the ‘Applied psychology research group’. The new post holders will contribute to teaching undergraduate and postgraduate psychology and research in the department.
It is our intention to appoint the most talented applicants with significant potential to excel, that have interests relevant to the department. We have not therefore specified areas of psychology, and welcome applications from individuals, including early career researchers, with research interests and teaching expertise that fit with and/or compliment the department, including but not exclusively child and adolescent psychology.
The University will favour candidates with a strong record in research and experience of, or willingness to, teach at undergraduate and postgraduate levels; applicants should therefore be able to provide evidence of potential high quality research in psychology, as evidenced by publications.

Informal enquiries can be made to Professor Pam Maras (Head of Department) Email: P.F.Maras@gre.ac.uk; Telephone 020 8331 9627



Post: three Endowed I/O Professorships
Location: The University of Texas at Arlington, USA


Search Code COS08292014PSYIO

The Industrial and Organizational Psychology Program at The University of Texas at Arlington proudly announces the establishment of three Endowed I/O Professorships created to celebrate the distinguished careers of three generous benefactors:
* The A. Dale Thompson Professor of Leadership
* The C. Lewis Hollweg Professor of Entrepreneurism
* The Phillip C. Roark Professor of Talent Development & Technology

These Endowments represent an unprecedented collaborative achievement between the University and the Dallas-Ft. Worth business community and are an example of the tremendous energy and support that surrounds our growing program. Each Professorship specialization exemplifies a vital aspect of contemporary I/O Psychology. Qualified scholars will benefit from the prestige that is provided by the titled Endowments and will be expected to uphold the values and standards associated with such an honor. The Professorships will be filled consecutively in the next three years.

We invite applications for a full-time tenured appointment at the rank of Associate or Full Professor. A Ph.D. in I/O Psychology or closely related field (e.g., organizational development, organizational behavior) is required. Candidates should complement and strengthen the current areas of the I/O Program and should focus on an area of specialization pertaining to one of the Endowed Professorships. The successful applicant must have an emerging or developed scholarly reputation. We are interested in individuals with a proven record of excellence in research, teaching, and service, as well as evidence of strong external funding. In addition, qualified individuals are expected to supervise student internships and research (M.S. and Ph.D.) and teach graduate and/or undergraduate courses. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Successful individuals will have the unique opportunity to participate in the continued development of the Ph.D. program and a dynamic M.S. I/O program, as well as to become an active member of the newly established Industrial and Organizational Psychology Center. The Center is an emerging entity housed within the Department of Psychology dedicated to “bridging the gap” between science and practice. It is actively supported by a receptive business community and is focused on building and maintaining ongoing collaborative partnerships among students, business leaders, and academic colleagues. This synthesis between industry and academia will provide limitless opportunities for scholarly research and field applications.

The I/O Program at UT Arlington was initiated in 2000 has successfully developed into a thriving MS program, which also offers a Ph.D. in Psychology with an emphasis in I/O. Key to our success has been the development of sustainable working relationships with DFW area businesses. The DFW Metroplex is home to over 10,000 corporate headquarters. Some of the largest Fortune 500 corporations in the world are headquartered here such as Exxon Mobil, AT&T, American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Texas Instruments, and Kimberly-Clark Corp. The area provides many opportunities for field research and consultation. Previous collaborations have included Leadership Worth Following, Insala, Baylor Health, PepsiCo/Frito-Lay, Assess Systems, Bell Helicopter, Occidental Chemical Corporation, and Dallas County Medical Reserve Corps.

UT Arlington, situated on a cloistered, urban campus in the DFW Metroplex area, is a vital and diverse academic community of over 33,000 undergraduate and graduate students working together with faculty committed to outstanding teaching, research and scholarship. It was recently ranked 7th by The Chronicle of Higher Education as one of the fastest-growing public research universities in the U.S.
The Department of Psychology is home to M.S. and Ph.D. programs focusing on several areas of psychology (neuroscience, health, developmental, social/personality, industrial/organizational), as well as a vibrant undergraduate program. Additional information can be found at http://www.uta.edu/psychology/index.htm.

Completed applications should consist of a curriculum vitae, a statement of research interests and goals, a statement of teaching interests and evidence of teaching quality, and the names and contact information of three references.

Review of applications will begin immediately, and continue until the position is filled. A criminal background check will be conducted on finalists. Inquiries about this position may be directed to Professor Paul Paulus (email paulus@uta.edu; phone 817-272-1206). We prefer applications in Adobe PDF format submitted electronically to Betty Keyes at bkeyes@uta.edu. Print applications can be mailed to I/O Psychology Search Committee, Box 19528, Arlington, TX 76019.

UT Arlington is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. A criminal background check will be conducted on finalists




b) Masters and PhD programs/scholarships



Post: PHD FELLOWSHIP 2014-2015
Location: University Insitute of Lisbon (ISCTE-IUL)
Deadline: September 30, 2014


The call has opened for 15 new admissions to the Doctoral Program in Psychology at ISCTE - University Institute of Lisbon (the Program is taught in English).

Deadline for applications: September 30, 2014

Up to eight PhD students will be fully funded (the fees and a monthly allowance) by the Portuguese Foundation of Science and Technology (FCT), starting November, 2014. Four scholarships are intended to support theses in any domain covered by the research groups and research lines of the Center for Social Research and Intervention (CIS-IUL: http://www.cis.iscte-iul.pt/ ). Up to four other scholarships are for theses in the domain of Social Psychology, under LiSP PhD-FCT (http://iscte-iul.pt/cursos/doutoramentos/000012.aspx ).

More information at http://iscte-iul.pt/en/cursos/doutoramentos/4094/apresentacao.aspx

Additional funding possibilities can be found at FCT (http://www.fct.pt/apoios/bolsas/concursos/individuais2014.phtml.en)




Post: LISP - Doctoral Program in Social Psychology
Location: University Insitute of Lisbon (ISCTE-IUL)
Deadline: September 30, 2014


LISP - Doctoral Program in Social Psychology
The Inter-Institutional Social Psychology Doctoral Program (LiSP) is a joint Program of ISCTE-IUL, the University of Lisbon and ISPA—University Institute of Social Sciences, Psychology, and Life.
This Program was selected by the Portuguese Foundation of Science and Technology (FCT) to receive fully funded four-year doctoral student scholarships.
Applications to scholarships for the academic year 2014-15 are open until September 30th.

More information at:
or contact: lisp@iscte.pt



Post: 36-month half-time phD position
Location: University of Graz, Austria
Deadline: October 3, 2014


The University of Graz invites applications for a 36-month half-time phD position starting in November 2014. The phD project will be part of a funded project entitled “Contract decisions of consumers between law and psychology”. The successful applicant will work together with Prof. Brigitta Lurger (Institute of Civil Law, Foreign Private Law and Private International Law), Prof. Ursula Athenstaedt (Institute of Psychology, Social Psychology), and Prof. Martin Arendasy (Institute of Psychology, Psychological Assessment and Quantitative Methods).
Applicants should have a master (diploma) degree in psychology as well as extensive knowledge of research methods and multivariate statistics, and be highly interested in research questions based upon law and social psychology. The main tasks will comprise the development of experimental designs, interview studies, questionnaires, and administration of data collection as well as statistical evaluation (e.g. by structural equation modelling).

Closing date for applications: 3 October 2014
If you are interested, please send your application documents to: ursula.athenstaedt@uni-graz.at

ao. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Ursula Athenstaedt, Institut für Psychologie (Arbeitsbereich Sozialpsychologie), Karl Franzens-Universität Graz, 8010 Graz, Universitätsplatz 2



Research Master's programme in Psychology
Location: University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands


Research Master's programme in Psychology at the University of Amsterdam

Students interested in pursuing a career in science are encouraged to apply to our two-year Research Master in Psychology at the University of Amsterdam . Students choose from six specialisations in Psychology, one as their major and one as their minor. Students compile their own individual programme of study so that it suits their experience, ambitions, talents and interest. The programme has an international orientation. All courses are taught in English, by prominent scientists, and each year students take part in seminars on cutting edge developments in Psychology, offered by internationally renowned scholars. Moreover, students are actively involved in research themselves.

The programme offers a series of advanced courses on research methods and statistics, programming skills and scientific writing an presenting skills. On a theoretical level, students will attend specialised courses in at least two areas of Psychology. Students opting for a major in Social Psychology  can combine this with a minor in any of the five remaining research areas offered by the Psychology Department at the University of Amsterdam : Clinical Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Psychological Methods, Psychonomics and Work and Organizational Psychology. All these programmes received good to excellent ratings in the recent research appraisal. Combining a major in Social Psychology with a minor an another area, allows students to put the study of Social Psychology into a broader scientific context and stimulates them to pursue research that uses different methods and extends beyond the boundaries of the discipline. For example, the available resources in neuroimaging (fMRI), virtual reality and physiological measures can provide students with valuable methodological knowledge. Apart from taking courses, students engage in two research projects, at least one of them resulting in a report in the form of a publishable journal article. The goal of the programme is to furnish its graduates with a profound education and research experience in cutting edge psychological research. It seeks to prepare students for a scientific career, within or outside a university setting. On the following site http://www.student.uva.nl/msc-psychology you can find relevant information about the programme, you can download the digital course catalogue and find information about the application procedure.







Last update: September 15, 2014