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EASP – European Association of Social Psychology

Predoctoral position in Social Psychology of Gender

16.01.2023, by Media Account

Granada, Spain
Deadline: 26/01/2023

The Mind, Brain and Behavior Research Center (CIMCYC, https://cimcyc.ugr.es/en) of the University of Granada in Spain offers one 4-year research positions (full time) to carry out a PhD in one of the research lines of the center described below. Applications will be accepted from 12/01/2023 - 26/01/2023 at 14.00 using the official submission site of the Spanish Science and Innovation Ministry (https://aplicaciones.ciencia.gob.es/ayudaspredoctorales/).

Further info, online call and application procedure: https://www.aei.gob.es/convocatorias/buscador-convocatorias/ayudas-contratos-predoctorales-formacion-doctoresas-2022

Potential candidates are advised to email the contact researcher of the research line of their interest (listed below) and provide their CV plus a motivation letter for the position.

Gender Studies (Ref.: CEX2021-001161-M-20-3)

This line studies the psychological and neural underpinnings of gender discrimination and violence and its relationship with ideological variables, prejudiced beliefs, myths, as well as gender power asymmetry. CIMCYC researchers have made significant contributions to disentangling the role of individual, interpersonal and macrosocial structural factors in predicting intimate partner violence against women. Other studies investigate differences in structural brain anatomy in female victims, using a whole brain methodology. Our investigations have also transferred to society, for example, conducting the first macro-survey on intimate partner violence at the country of El Salvador. CIMCYC researchers have also made relevant contributions to other forms of violence against women, such as sexual assault or street sexual harassment.
Degree(s) required: Undergraduate in Psychology
Additional (desirable) training: Master in Social Psychology. Experience on designing and conducting research and analyzing data in Social Psychology.
Further information: Prof. Miguel Moya (mmoya@ugr.es)