Position as Assistant Professor in Behavioural Science
10.02.2020, by Tina Keil
Durham University, UK
Application deadline: March 17th, 2020.
The Department of Psychology at Durham University, UK, is currently advertising for an Assistant Professor in Behavioural Science. This post is part of an ongoing and major expansion in the direction of quantitative social psychology: in the last 2 years we have made 10 appointments in this area with the aim of creating one of the largest centres for social psychology in Europe. The successful applicant will therefore be joining a brand new, vibrant and enthusiastic group of social psychologists with expertise and interests in (amongst other things) power, prejudice, health, diversity, leadership, altruism, solitude, social exclusion and moral judgement - and have the chance to further shape the direction of continued growth for the group.
More details of the Quantitative Social Psychology Group can be found at:
Further particulars for the current vacancies:
Informal enquires can be directed to the Head of Department, Professor Richard Crisp, firstname.lastname@example.org