Psychology Job Wiki 2021-2022: Postdocs

This page is an extension of the Psychology Job Wiki for the 2021-2022 academic year. Please post all postdoctoral positions on this page instead of on the main wiki page.

*North Carolina State University (Postdoc in STEM inclusion and belonging in formal and informal settings;; applications reviewed as submitted)

Leiden University, The Netherlands (Postdoc in computational and cognitive neuroscience; job ad; deadline 22 May; preferred starting date 1 September 2022)

Georgia Institute of Technology (Postdoctoral Scholar in Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory, Navigation and Decision-making; job ad; review starts immediately)

Georgia Institute of Technology (Postdoctoral Scholar in Computational Cognitive Neuroscience; job ad; review starts immediately)

Arizona State University (Postdoctoral Scholar in Department of Psychology - 3 Positions; One position focused on the design, development and testing of educational technologies; one position focused on educational research conducting studies in educational settings; one position focused on large-scale research analyzing big data in digital learning environments; Apply at [ ]; Deadline May 5, 2022; Anticipated start Fall 2022; Located in Tempe, AZ)

Arizona State University (Postdoctoral Scholar in Social Psychology to help manage two NSF-funded grant projects. In collaboration with Arizona courts, one project will investigate the impact of a ban on peremptory/discretionary juror strikes during jury selection on jury diversity, racial bias in trial outcomes, and jury selection practices. The other project investigates the impact of expectation-violating behaviors in generating suspicions that could ultimately lead to false convictions. Located in Phoenix, AZ.; see []; review starts 4/19/22)

Arizona State University Postdoctoral Scholar in the Military Social Science Laboratory. 2-year 100% research position with the opportunity for professional development and advanced statistical training in our renowned quant program. Pay is competitive, with a pay increase in year 2 of this postdoc. Open to all PhD graduates. Research is focused on military sexual trauma, PTSD, sexual health, and suicide. Located in Tempe, AZ. job ad

Baylor University Postdoctoral scholar in the areas of child and youth substance misuse in a treatment-research lab. Mentorship is provided by Dr. Stacy Ryan-Pettes in the Adolescent Substance Misuse and Treatment Laboratory The scholar’s work will focus on evidence-based treatments for substance misuse in juvenile justice-involved populations and contribute to the development of mHealth technology to support their engagement in probation services and substance misuse treatment, among other participant-centered projects. Please see the following link for further details: job ad. Rolling review begins immediately.

Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Postdoctoral Research Associate in Network Neuroscience; job ad; Anticipated start date Fall 2022)

Boston College (Postdoctoral Associate at the Morality Lab (PI: Liane Young); see job ad for details and instructions to apply)

Boston University (Postdoctoral Scholar — NIMH-funded R01 on early risk factors for externalizing psychopathology including callous-unemotional traits; PI: Nicholas Wagner. job ad)

Boston University/National Center for PTSD/VA Boston (Postdoctoral Fellow— VA funded MERIT award on an electrophysiological predictor of SSRI response; PI: Suzanne Pineles. Candidates should send a cover letter and CV to Dr. Pineles (vog.av|selenip.ennazus#vog.av|selenip.ennazus). []

Boston University/VA Boston Healthcare (Postdoctoral Fellow Two-year industry-sponsored position to study Alzheimer's disease using EEG/ERP methods. Anticipated start date July 1 2022, but later dates negotiable. []

Bryn Mawr College (Postdoctoral Fellowship in Psychology and Data Science — opportunity to do research on adaptation, emotion regulation, social media use, and close relationships in the Harvard Study of Adult Development. Includes mentored teaching opportunities in liberal arts setting; job ad; applications received by February 3, 2022 will get full consideration)

Carleton University (Postdoctoral Fellow - Health Psychology- Psychosocial Aspects of Diabetes Management and Outcomes; job ad; review starts March 11, 2022)

Caltech (Postdoctoral Fellow — study of multisensory perception (both behavioral and neuroimaging) in the visually impaired. The postdoctoral scholar position is in the Shimojo Psychophysics Laboratory led by Professor Shinsuke Shimojo at Caltech. Candidates should send a CV, a statement of research skills and interests, and a list of 3 references to Professor Shinsuke Shimojo (ude.hcetlac|ojomihss#ude.hcetlac|ojomihss). Job Ad; Shimojo Lab)

Chapman University (Postdoctoral Fellow — impact of prenatal and early life adversity on child, adolescent and young adult mental health.[]. Available June 1, 2022, although the start date is flexible. Rolling review)

Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia (Postdoctoral fellowship in eating disorders, RCT on cognitive remediation therapy and family based therapy in adolescents with AN; job ad; rolling review begins immediately)

Childrens National in Washington DC (Postdoctoral fellowship in clinical/school interventions research and ADHD; job ad;; rolling review begins immediately)

Clemson University (Post doctoral scholar position in the Department of Psychology examining daily experiences of memory in older adults as a potential indicator of cognitive decline. Full details can be found here []. Position open until filled with review of applications beginning immediately.)

Columbia University (A Postdoctoral Scholar position is available in the Barnard Vision Lab (PI Alex White), on an NIH-funded project about visual word recognition. The project involves fMRI, psychophysics and eye-tracking. Applications will be accepted until a suitable candidate is found. lab website; application page)

Columbia University (Postdoctoral Fellowship — research examines adolescent depression and suicide using multi-modal MRI and smartphone assessments, co-mentored by Drs. David Pagliaccio and Randy Auerbach; review begins immediately, open until filled; [job ad)

Columbia University Teachers College (Postdoctoral Fellowship — Focused on ethnic minority youth mental health, development, and family-based intervention research; competitive salary and benefits; review begins immediately, open until filled; [job ad)

Cornell University (Postdoctoral Research Associate for Center for Integrative Developmental Science; Primary responsibilities: (1) to collaborate on research projects focused on risk and resilience factors in health and well-being across the life course, and (2) support Center leadership in identifying and preparing grant proposals for competitive extramural funding; []; review begins immediately)

Duke University (The Samuel Dubois Cook Center on Social Equity and the Fuqua School of Business invites applications for a two-year post-doctoral fellowship to begin July 1, 2022. The postdoc will conduct research in collaboration with one or more faculty whose interests include social equity, leadership, diversity, intersectionality, bias, inequality, and social hierarchies. In addition, the postdoc will teach two classes per year. The Samuel Dubois Cook Center on Social Equity and the Fuqua School of Business both provide an outstanding environment for research. The post-doctoral fellow will be expected to contribute to the intellectual environment of both entities. The salary is competitive plus benefits and a research and travel budget.; job ad; review to continue until position is filled)

Duke University School of Medicine (Postdoctoral Research Associate for ongoing NIH-funding studies seek to: address socio-structural challenges impacting adolescents living with HIV in Cape Town, South Africa; promote COVID-19 mitigation strategies in African American communities in rural North Carolina; and characterize treatment regimen fatigue among older adults living with HIV and other multimorbid conditions; job ad; review begins immediately)

Drexel University (The WELL Center ( is currently recruiting for two Clinical Postdoctoral Fellows under the supervision of Adrienne Juarascio, Ph.D. Fellows would work as study therapists on ongoing NIH-funded clinical trials examining innovative treatments for eating disorders. The majority of the fellow's time will be spent in delivering individual, outpatient manualized treatments (e.g., CBT) for eating disorders to support ongoing clinical trials, but opportunities for group treatment and provision of treatment through the WELL Clinic may be available. job ad; review begins immediately)

Emory University (PI: Michael Treadway) A new post-doctoral position in computational modeling and functional neuroimaging related to studies of mood and anxiety disorders is available in the Department of Psychology at Emory University. Located in the heart of Atlanta, GA, Emory provides an outstanding environment in which to pursue post-doctoral training in clinical and computational neuroscience. Full salary and benefits in accordance with NIMH post-doctoral salary guidelines are guaranteed for two years. Visit for details on how to apply.

Emory University (PI: Vasiliki Michopoulos) Interested in the intersection of Women’s Mental Health and Health Inequities? Looking for a Post-Doc? Excited about being part our interdisciplinary team at the #gradytraumaproject? More details at: )

Florida International University (Postdoc in Developmental Science/Cognitive Neuroscience) The FIU Center for Children and Families is seeking a postdoc interested in an NICHD-funded developmental cognitive neuroscience study of 4- to 6-year-olds. Project uses MRI and eye blink conditioning to study individual differences in child spatial ability; review starts 5/1, open until filled; Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply to Job Opening ID 526495 at and attach a cover letter, CV, research statement and two representative published research articles.)

Fordham University (Postdoctoral Fellow for an NIH-funded 5-year study investigating transition-related stressors and sleep among diverse college students; job ad; Position involves engaging in survey construction, data collection, data analyses, preparation of publications and conference presentations, applying for additional funding, mentoring graduate and undergraduate lab members. Works with a research team of undergraduate research assistants, doctoral students, and other postdoctoral fellows. Possible graduate-level co-teaching opportunities. Review begins immediately; for more information, email ude.mahdrof|piyt#ude.mahdrof|piyt)

Fordham University (Postdoctoral Fellow; 2-year position on a 5-year project, newly funded by the National Institute of Health, to examine multiple forms of discrimination, substance use, sleep, and neighborhood environment over the course of late childhood and adolescence, using the national data from the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study; []; Review begins immediately; for more information, email ude.mahdrof|piyt#ude.mahdrof|piyt)

Harvard Medical School/Brigham and Women’s Hospital (NIH-Funded Postdoctoral Position in Boston). The Developmental Risk and Cultural Resilience Lab (PI: Cindy Liu, at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School is looking to hire a postdoctoral fellow to coordinate a 5-year longitudinal study (PIs: Cindy Liu & Tiffany Yip) focused on perceptions of racial discrimination among Chinese American adolescents, racial socialization processes that take place within parent-, peer-, and social media contexts, and impacts to mental health.
- The postdoctoral fellow will be responsible for overseeing research activities including community engagement, data collection and processing, data analysis, and manuscript and grant writing, and the supervision of trainees. The ideal fellow will have a background within the fields of psychology, mental health, or public health, an interest in adolescent development, racial discrimination, and Asian American mental health, and a track record of publications in these areas. Prior experience with survey and observational data collection is preferred but not required. The position would involve working with collaborators from Fordham University, Wellesley College, Boston University, and the University of Notre Dame.
- The start date for this position is flexible (spring or summer of 2022). This is a full-time position with benefits.
- Those interested in this position should email a cover letter, CV, and 3 references to Dr. Liu at ude.dravrah.hwb|uilhc#ude.dravrah.hwb|uilhc

Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital (Postdoctoral fellowship in youth suicide under the mentorship of Dr. Richard Liu and Dr. Taylor Burke). We are currently looking to hire a full-time postdoctoral fellow to assist with studies aimed at improving short-term risk prediction for suicidal behavior in adolescents. Studies assessing proximal risk for suicidal behavior use computational methods to model neurocognitive markers and/or ambulatory indices (i.e., mobile technology including actigraphy, passive sensing of physiological arousal, passive sensing of social engagement and physical activity, and ecological momentary assessment) in psychiatrically hospitalized youth. Additional studies focus on employing computer vision to identify visual indicators of suicide risk among adolescents. Please see [] for more details. To apply, send CV and cover letter to Rachel Levin at moc.liamg|balroivahebdnadoomHGM#moc.liamg|balroivahebdnadoomHGM.

Harvard Medical School/McLean Hospital (Postdoctoral fellowship in depression treatment lab under the mentorship of Dr. Christian Webb (clinical psychology and neuroscience); Job Ad for details; review begins immediately)

Harvard Medical School/McLean Hospital (Postdoctoral fellowship in affective neuroscience of trauma, PTSD, and stress-related disorders (clinical psychology and neuroscience); Job Ad for details; review begins immediately)

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (PI: Netz Arroyo)Ad for details The Netz Lab is seeking a Postdoctoral Scholar to lead the development of top-notch electrochemical sensors for real-time molecular monitoring in the brain of rodents. Deadline: March 31, 2022. For more information regarding this lab please visit:

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (PIs: David Yaden; Roland Griffiths)Ad for details The Center for Psychedelic and Consciousness Research is seeking a Postdoctoral Scholar to lead a clinical trial on OCD and conduct research on psilocybin. Deadline: March 15, 2022. For more information regarding this lab please visit:

Leidos (Postdoctoral cognitive scientist to support research projects with a focus on distributed metacognition and the effects of fatigue on human performance in the Warfighter Performance Department at the Naval Health Research Center in San Diego, CA); Job Posting:

Loyola University Maryland (Postdoctoral Fellow, Clinical/Counseling Psychology, starting Fall 2022); []; review begins 2/22/2022); salary and benefits are competitive; reduced teaching load for candidates to prioritize scholarship; conference travel funding available.

McGill University, Montreal Canada (Postdoctoral researcher, Quantitative Psychology, starting Fall 2022 (flexible); []; review begins 4/30/44; full time research, potential for two years of funding.

McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School (Postdoctoral Position in Clinical and Contemplative Neuroscience. Postdoctorate will work under the mentorship of Dr. Matthew Sacchet within the Meditation Research Group and collaborate on projects that advance one or both of the neuroscience of depression and/or neuroscience of meditation. Experience in fMRI analysis required. See [] for details; email ude.dravrah.naelcm|tehccasm#ude.dravrah.naelcm|tehccasm with CV, cover letter, and three references; review of applications begins immediately.

Michigan State University (Postdoctoral position in transgender health research. Mentorship of Dr. Jae Puckett in the Department of Psychology) See [] for details. Portal closes on April 7th.) (Applications closed 7 Apr)

Michigan State University (Post-Doctoral Research Associate position in Educational Psychology to work on an NSF-funded study to develop a professional learning approach for middle school science teachers aimed at helping teachers support student motivation and engagement in NGSS-based ambitious science instruction. Mentorship of Drs. Lisa Linnenbrink-Garcia and Jennifer Schmidt. job ad Review of applications begins 4/27/22.)

Michigan State University (Post-Doctoral Research Associate position in Educational Psychology to work on an NIH-funded study examining contextual supports for undergraduates’ science motivation and persistence in science careers. Mentorship of Dr. Lisa Linnenbrink-Garcia. job ad Review of applications begins 4/27/22.)

National Institutes of Health (Postdoctoral fellowship in the Health Communication and Behavior Unit, Intramural Research Program, Social and Behavioral Research Branch, NHGRI, NIH. Fellow will engage in behavioral science projects related to health behavior change, health education, stigma, and research methods including virtual reality technology methods. See [])

National Institutes of Health (Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Neurodevelopmental and Behavioral Phenotyping Service, Intramural Research Program, NIMH/NICHD. Fellow will engage in analysis of neurodevelopmental data from studies of rare genetic conditions. Looking for candidate who is familiar with neurodevelopmental assessment and has a strong interest in learning/improving quantitative analysis skills for their future research career. See job ad for details)

National Institutes of Health (Postdoctoral fellowship in the Section on Translational Biophotonics, NICHD Intramural Research Program. The postdoc will work on a longitudinal study investigating the neural basis of the human mirror system in typically developing infants and infants at risk for neurodevelopmental disorders, such as autism spectrum disorder, using EEG and fNIRS. See job ad for details)

Naval Research Laboratory (Postdoctoral Fellowship in Mental Simulation and Reasoning, Navy Center for Applied Research in Artificial Intelligence, Human and Machine Intelligence Branch. Position focuses on behavioral and computational explorations of human reasoning. See the Reasoning Lab website and the NRC fellowship website for details; email lim.yvan.lrn|inalmehk.ynnus#lim.yvan.lrn|inalmehk.ynnus and include a current CV.)

New York University, Abu Dhabi (Two postdoctoral associate positions in social and political psychology to work in the lab of Dr. P.J. Henry; job ad; deadline April 1, 2022)

New York University, New York (Postdoctoral Associate job ad. The Motivation Lab at New York University (Prof. Gabriele Oettingen. is looking for a 2-year post-doc with possible extension (start date: Sept, 2022). The position involves working on a number of different projects related to motivation including the anti-social outcomes of having one's knowledge conflicted by counter-evidence or skeptics (see A. Gollwitzer & Oettingen, 2019), examining the use of individualized interventions to heighten intellectual humility (recognizing that one's beliefs may be wrong), and applying machine learning techniques and decision trees to identify how individuals can autonomously heighten their intellectual humility (with the goal of reducing polarization and mental rigidity in society).

New York University, New York (Postdoctoral Associate job ad. The Lab for the Developing Mind (, PI: Moira Dillon) in the Department of Psychology at New York University is seeking a full-time Postdoctoral Associate. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. The preferred start date is anywhere between January 2022 - July 2022. Areas of investigation in the lab include: early emerging knowledge about objects, agents, and places; symbolic and abstract thought and reasoning in the domains of geometry and logic; pictorial and linguistic production; and the relation between human and machine intelligence. The lab uses behavioral and computational approaches and tests participants ranging in age from infants through adults. The Department of Psychology at New York University offers a rich intellectual community in the developmental and cognitive sciences.)

New York University, New York (Postdoctoral Associate job ad. Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Associate position in the Department of Psychology and Center for Neural Science at New York University, in the laboratory of Clayton Curtis, Ph.D. A highly qualified Postdoctoral Associate is sought to contribute to all aspects of the research including data collection, study design, data analysis, grant writing, conference presentations, and scientific publishing. The lab has two NIH funded projects that aim to understand the neural mechanisms underlying working memory. The studies use psychophysics, eye-tracking, fMRI, TMS, and computational modeling. Experience in one or more of these domains, including strong quantitative skills, is required. The lab and PI has a successful track record of developing the careers of postdocs and preparing them for independent academic careers. Review of candidates will start immediately, and will continue until the position is filled.)

New York University (Postdoctoral Associate; job ad; Dr. Andrei Cimpian is hiring a Postdoctoral Associate to work on a range of topics in cognitive and social-cognitive development, including stereotyping, motivation, explanation/intuitive theories, and essentialism. The Postdoctoral Associate would join Dr. Cimpian’s Cognitive Development Lab at New York University. The start date is Summer 2022. The position is for one year and is renewable based on performance and availability of funds. The salary is competitive with standards for federally funded postdoctoral positions. Review of applications will begin on February 1, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled. Qualifications: A PhD in psychology, education, or related field. A track record of published research on topics relevant to the Cognitive Development Lab’s work. Application Instructions: To apply please visit Applicants will need to provide (1) a CV, (2) a cover letter that describes the applicant’s research interests, (3) two writing samples, and (4) contact information for three references.)

Northeastern University (Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Learning and Brain Development Lab, PI: Juliet Davidow. Developmental cognitive neuroscience, must have experience with fMRI or computational modeling [] date for preliminary consideration: 6/15/22, but we will review applications until the position is filled.)

Northwestern University (Post-Doc Position, Writing Analyst; [] The Writing Analyst will lead efforts in conceptualizing, drafting, editing, proofreading, and formatting scientific content for program development, scientific manuscripts, and presentations intended to support the research goals of the Gershon lab at Northwestern University’s Department of Medical Social Sciences. This position may be full or part-time.; Review of candidates will start immediately, and will continue until the position is filled.)

Northwestern University (NIMH funded MHE T32 Postdoctoral Fellowship, multiple positions; []; The core of NU-MHE’s training is the characterization of neurodevelopmental mechanisms of psychopathology within lifespan and environmental contexts. This neurodevelopmental emphasis will be complemented with training across three intersecting spheres: (1) Applied computational and other advanced data science methods; (2) intervention and prevention/implementation research and strategies; and (3) the intersection of mental and pediatric health. Each fellow will select one of these spheres as an area of concentration for more in-depth training, along with their core training in neurodevelopmental mechanisms of psychopathology. Fellows will develop a mentoring team comprised of (a) a mentor in neurodevelopmental and environmental mechanisms of psychopathology and (b) a mentor in their chosen sphere of concentration. ; Review begins January 20, 2022)

Northwestern University (Postdoc in the Culture, Brain, and Human Development Lab, with focus on fMRI data analyses; job ad; Applications are due April 15th, 2022, although we will continue to review applications until the position is filled.)

Northwestern University (NIH-funded postdoctoral fellowships in cognitive/developmental neuroscience and iEEG; job ad; rolling review)

Northwestern University (Research/Teaching Post-doctoral Position in Human Development. Collaborate with one or two of the human development faculty, Emma Adam, Mesmin Destin, Claudia Haase, Dan McAdams, Terri Sabol, and Yang Qu, on research and publications and teach four (quarter-long) undergraduate classes in the upcoming academic year; job ad)

Ohio State University, Columbus, OH Neuroimaging postdoctoral research scholar in the Buckeye Brain Aging Lab (B-BAL; The candidate should have expertise in Magnetic Resonance Imaging and memory or aging. The successful candidate will have a doctoral degree in cognitive neuroscience, neuropsychology, biomedical engineering, or a closely related field, and substantial experience in MRI data acquisition and analysis. Candidate should have expertise working with MRI analysis software such as FSL, SPM, AFNI, CONN, or FreeSurfer, as well as some familiarity with Bash, Python and/or MATLAB. Experience interpreting neuropsychological data, and previous work with aging or clinical populations are also desirable but not required. Candidate is expected to develop their own research questions and assist with projects funded by NIH and DoD. Submit a cover letter describing your research interests and experience, current CV, and authored journal article here:

Pacific University (School of Graduate Psychology AY 22-23. Post-Doc (Bilingual) - School of Graduate Psychology; job ad)

Paris, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Department of Cognitive Science, Jean Nicod Institute Two-year position on social cognition in a broad sense, using experimental, survey, or big data methods; PI, to contact for inquiries:Hugo Mercier; job ad; review begins July 1st 2021)

Prague University of Economics and Business (Postdoctoral Associate in Applied Ethics and Morality Research Group; []; We are looking for a full-time position colleague to work in our research group interested in experimental methods in behavioral ethics, moral psychology, and the research on dishonesty. Application deadline 31/3/2022)

Princeton University (Postdoctoral Fellowship; The Stigma and Social Perception Lab (Dr. Stacey Sinclair) in the Department of Psychology at Princeton University is seeking a postdoctoral research scholar to join an on-going research project that uses nationwide data to examine the association between collective-level racial bias and racial achievement gaps. For more information and to apply, see job ad; Posted: 7-27-2021)

Princeton University (Postdoctoral Research Associate for Kahneman-Treisman Center for Behavioral Science & Public Policy. Looking for individuals working in the areas of behavioral science and human decision-making with a focus on inequality, poverty, social determinants of health, or financial decision-making. For more details and how to apply, see []. Start date is 9/1/2022).

Princeton University (Postdoctoral Research Associate - SPIA/PSY 502 - in Psychology or related disciplines with behavioral and policy relevance. For more information and to apply please go to: [] start date as early as 8/1/2022.

Princeton University (Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Psychology at Princeton University. Seeking 1-2 postdoctoral scholars to begin in Summer or Fall of 2022. Associates will work with Dr. Rebecca Carey and Dr. Nicole Shelton on research broadly examining inequality, social interactions, and relationships. For more details and how to apply, see []; Posted 4/14/22)

Purdue University (Postdoctoral Research Associate for NIH-funded study of telehealth-based methods for neurodevelopmental assessments, working with Dr. Bridgette Kelleher in the Neurodevelopmental Family Lab in the Department of Psychological Sciences; for more details and how to apply, see job ad; review begins immediately; start date as early as 8/1/2021)

Rutgers University-New Brunswick (Diversity/Equity/Inclusion Excellence Postdoctoral fellow -Psychology Department- review begins 1/10). One-year position with an option for a one-year renewal.The successful applicant will be expected to develop and maintain an active research program, pursue extramural postdoctoral funding to extend the original appointment, and teach one to two classes per year in the Psychology Department. The department seeks an individual whose background will contribute to and enhance the diversity of the department and the field of Psychology at large in any of, or a combination of, the following ways: (a) The applicant is a person who belongs to a group that has been historically underrepresented in Psychology (b) The applicant’s research expertise contributes to Diversity Science, broadly construed (i.e., as defined below), in any area of psychology or brain science.

Ryerson University (Postdoctoral Fellowship in Hearing Rehabilitation / Social Psychology / Health Psychology). The postdoc will join an existing research program focused on hearing rehabilitation utilizing methods drawn from psychology and hearing science. Qualifications for this position are a PhD in psychology or a related field and a strong statistical background. Having good programming skills and experience in the development of online studies is considered an asset. The successful candidate will work closely with Gurjit Singh (Senior Research Audiologist, Sonova; Adjunct Professor, Ryerson) and Frank Russo (Director, SMART lab; Professor, Ryerson). The SMART lab is affiliated with the Applied Cognitive Neuroscience and Lifespan Development Research Clusters at Ryerson (@RyersonPsych) and the Communication Research Group at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute (@TRI_UHN). The lab is also 1 of 3 dedicated auditory research labs at Ryerson and part of the Toronto Auditory Research Group. Salary for this position is $60K CAD/year and the position can commence as early as August 1, 2021. Potential candidates should submit a brief statement of interest, and a CV/Resume to Dr. Frank Russo (ac.nosreyr|ossur#ac.nosreyr|ossur).

San Diego State University (Postdoc in LGBTQ+ Health/Eating Disorders; job ad; review starts ASAP)

San Diego State University (Postdoc in Social-Health Neuroscience). The Social-Health and Affective Neuroscience Lab (PI: Tristen Inagaki) at San Diego State University is seeking a Postdoc to begin this summer (2022) to assist with a NIDA-funded clinical trial involving drug administration, MRI scanning, and ecological momentary assessment methods. Applicants should have a PhD in Psychology by the time of hiring, with expertise in social or health neuroscience, and proficiency with ePrime, R, SPM, and/or Matlab. The Postdoc will assist with study running and database management and contribute to mentorship efforts. Opportunities for new study initiation and training in grant writing is also available. Two-year commitment preferred, with the possibility of extension. Email ude.usds|ikaganit#ude.usds|ikaganit with a brief note describing research experience, interests, and goals, a current CV, and a list of 2-3 professional references and their contact information. Review begins 5/1/22. Position will be open until filled. More information about our lab can be found here:

San Francisco State University (Postdoctoral Fellowship). Two-year position funded by the Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program for a mixed method project to examine perceived discrimination based on race/ethnicity, gender, and social class and tobacco use among high school students. Position includes quantitative analyses, preparation of publications and conference presentations, mentoring graduate and undergraduate lab members, community engagement, and data collection. Experience with sophisticated statistical techniques (SEM, CFA) required. This is a full-time position with benefits. Start date is planned for August, 2022. Review begins immediately; those interested should email a cover letter that includes career goals, CV, and the names of three references to Dr. Zena R. Mello (ude.usfs|ollemz#ude.usfs|ollemz,

Santa Clara University (Postdoctoral Fellowship in Behavioral Neuroscience. Minimum 2-3 year position with competitive salary and relocation bonus. For more info see job ad or email ude.ucs|yadallahl#ude.ucs|yadallahl. Review begins 7/1/21)

Simon Fraser University (Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Clinical /Cognitive Psychology/Neuropsychology). Minimum 1 year position with possibility of extension. Possibility to work either remotely or locally. Both Full time and Part time positions considered. For more info see []

Simon Fraser University (Postdoctoral Research Fellows & Senior Research Associates). The Adolescent Health Lab in the Department of Psychology at Simon Fraser University seeks full or part-time Postdoctoral Research Fellows and Research Associates to start ASAP for a minimum of 1 year. Successful applicants will work closely with the Principal Investigator (PI), Dr. Marlene Moretti, Canada Research Chair in Youth Psychological Clinical Science - Tier 1, and the research team on a nationally funded research program to develop, implement and evaluate interventions to support the mental health and wellbeing of at-risk parents and youth. Postdoctoral Research Fellows and Research Associates should be familiar with the fields of child/youth development, developmental psychopathology, intervention models and advanced data analytic methodology, especially advanced statistical modelling and related programs. Strong interpersonal skills, writing skills, attention to detail, and proactive problem-solving skills, independent time management and the ability to meet deadlines are required. Full posting and application details here: [].

Spelman College (Postdoctoral Research Associate; []. The Gender, Race, and Cultural Empowerment (GRACE) research lab in the department of psychology is seeking a postdoctoral research scholar to work on projects examining identity development of Black women and the success of STEM education at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Applications will be reviewed immediately, and on a rolling basis until the position is filled)

Stanford University (Postdoctoral scholar). The Brain Dynamics Lab in the department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences is seeking two excellent post-doctoral scholars to work on a project focusing on examining the hierarchical structure of the NIH Research Domain Criteria (RDoC) framework using large-scale data-driven computational approaches. The candidate will have the opportunity to collaborate with top neuroscientists, psychologists, computational scientists, clinicians, and statisticians at Stanford. Additionally, access to cutting-edge neuroimaging and computational technologies will allow for the development of the candidate’s own research. Multidisciplinary aspects of this project allow for diverse exploration of neuroimaging-based biomarkers for psychiatric disorders. See here for more info []

Stony Brook University Consortium Postdoc Program Seeking 4 full time clinical postdocs (3 adult focused, 1 child focused). Advanced training in behavioral intervention research, DBT, mind-body medicine, and hospital based care (i.e., psychiatric emergency care, consultation liaison service and inpatient psychiatry) is available. See full job posting here: SBU Consortium Postdoc Program. Review begins 11/1/21 and will continue until filled.

Teachers College, Columbia University, New York (Postdoctoral Research Associate on multiple NIH-funded studies. This post-doctoral position will involve independent data analysis on multiple NIH-funded longitudinal studies of early childhood development. This person will help to supervise and mentor a team of doctoral students, masters students, and undergraduate RAs. Specific activities will include analyzing cognitive, physiological, and EEG data, writing papers and grants, and leading independent research. Strong candidates will have a track record of research on socioeconomic inequality in early childhood, the ability to effectively manage a research team, experience analyzing early childhood EEG, and exceptional quantitative skills. Please send cover letter and CV to Dr. Kim Noble at ude.aibmuloc.ct|6012ngk#ude.aibmuloc.ct|6012ngk).

Temple University POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW position is available, supported by a grant awarded by the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR) to Drs. Eugene Dunne and Marisol Téllez Merchán of Temple University School of Dentistry to investigate the efficacy of an online intervention for the treatment of dental anxiety. Applicants must hold a doctoral degree in clinical psychology or health psychology from an APA-accredited or PCSAS-accredited program and possess excellent research skills and interest in conducting research as part of an interdisciplinary team. A background in cognitive-behavioral therapy and treatment of anxiety disorders is greatly preferred. Specific duties will include oversight of the day-to-day operations of the study, administration of the online intervention, training of psychology staff and dental assistants in the administration of the online intervention and in the basics of cognitive-behavioral therapy, oversight of fidelity/adherence rating, and conduct of baseline and follow-up diagnostic assessments. Opportunities for developing one’s own line of research may be available. The position may also offer the opportunity to accrue supervised clinical hours toward licensure. Consideration of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Specific start date is negotiable (anticipated fall 2022). Salary is tied to the National Research Service Award salary schedule for postdoctoral fellows and varies as a function of years since the completion of the doctoral degree. To apply for this position, please send a CV and cover letter describing research interest and experience to Dr. Eugene Dunne (ude.elpmet|ennud.enegue#ude.elpmet|ennud.enegue). Review begins 4/15/22.

Temple University (Postdoctoral Research Associate for NIH-funded study of age-related differences in social and economic decision making, working with Dr. David Smith in the Neuroeconomics Laboratory in Philadelphia, PA, USA; for more details, see job ad; review begins 10/25/2021 and will continue until the position is filled)

Texas A&M University Postdoc in the Multimethod Affect and Cognition lab, using EEG, fMRI, EMA, treatment of depression and anxiety; Job and Application Details; MAClab; UPDATE MARCH. 2022: SEARCH IS STILL ONGOING.

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (Clinical Child/Pediatric Psychology; Apply on APPA CAS)

Thomas Jefferson’s Department of Family and Community Medicine seeks one post-doctoral scholar to start in Summer-Fall 2022 and on a rolling basis for 24-36 month T32 fellowships. The purpose of these fellowships is to train and prepare a diverse group of researchers to conduct groundbreaking research related to addiction, serious mental illnesses (e.g., schizophrenia, bipolar, depression), and telehealth within primary care. All trainees will be paired with a highly experienced mentor with expertise in grant applications, study design, research conduct, and community-engaged research. The Program Director, Lara Weinstein, is a highly experienced researcher and clinician who will guide the overall program (email questions to ude.nosreffej|nietsniew.aral#ude.nosreffej|nietsniew.aral).
All applicants should submit a cover letter and CV in one file when they apply.
Program Requirements:
- Applicants must have a Ph.D., M.D., D.O., D.D.S., D.M.D., Pharm.D. or comparable doctoral degree from an accredited domestic or foreign institution.
- Fellows must also either be a citizen or a noncitizen national of the United States or have been lawfully admitted for permanent residence at the time of appointment.
- Fellow will meet weekly with their mentor to ensure their successful completion of their research as well as preparing them for the job market.
- Fellows will also be asked to attend a weekly research seminar and to participate in monthly research development workshops.
- Fellows are expected to submit a minimum of two research papers per year and to submit an application for at least one grant to fund their research.
The fellowship aims to recruit and train researchers from diverse academic backgrounds and from under-represented minorities with the skills to become independent scientists and who are prepared to address the urgent issues of addiction and serious mental illnesses. Philadelphia is a city with a highly diverse but segregated population with a deep need to improve services to address addiction (particularly with opioids) and mental health treatment. Mentors from primary care (Dr. Lara Weinstein, Dr. Randa Sifri, & Dr. Amy Cunningham), emergency medicine (Dr. Kristin Rising & Dr. Anna Marie Chang), psychiatry (Dr. Robert Sterling), and psychology (Dr. Erin Kelly) are available to guide fellows and fellows are expected to collaborate on research publications, grant submissions, and presentations related to urgent community needs with their mentors. Quarterly reviews of research progress will help ensure timely progression of research and that expected milestones are met.
Salary for fellows is based on the NRSA minimum and years of experience.
See application details for position (JOB ID 9260616) and learn more on our website at:

The New School for Social Research, New York (Postdoctoral Research Fellow; open until filled). The Psychology Department at The New School for Social Research is seeking applications for a Postdoctoral Fellow to ideally begin July 1, 2022. This is a one-year position with an opportunity to extend for a second year, contingent on available funding and excellent performance. We seek a highly organized Postdoctoral researcher with a strong background and interest in moral psychology, intergroup relations, religion, or all three. A solid training in experimental design and statistics is essential, as is an interest in conducting field research in Fiji and the Middle East. Experience with R and advanced statistical knowledge are also advantageous. The Postdoctoral Fellow will play an integral role in theory and project development and will have the opportunity to develop independent lines of research within the scope of the project. They will be also expected to mentor and advise graduate students. The Postdoctoral Fellow will work closely with Prof. Jeremy Ginges on a cross-cultural research project, funded by the National Science Foundation, investigating moral decision-making in intergroup contexts and how belief in moralizing supernatural entities (i.e., God) influences intergroup conflict and cooperation. Experiments will be conducted in three contexts (Israel/West Bank, the U.S., and Fiji). The Postdoctoral Fellow will be part of a collaborative team that includes graduate and undergraduate students as well as faculty members at other universities in the U.S. and Israel. Please feel free to contact Dr. Ginges (ude.loohcswen|jsegnig#ude.loohcswen|jsegnig) or Dr. Michael Pasek (the current postdoc, ude.loohcswen|kesapm#ude.loohcswen|kesapm) with questions. []

The New School for Social Research, New York, NY (Postdoctoral Researcher; start date flexible, open until filled). Wendy D'Andrea's Trauma and Affective Psychophysiology Lab at The New School in New York City is looking for a postdoctoral research scholar. The ideal candidate would be comfortable analyzing physiological data while working within a trauma frame. The goal of the fellowship is to provide extensive opportunity to publish with an existing data set. The lab group is friendly, energetic, innovative, and fond of karaoke. Please feel free to contact Dr. D'Andrea with inquiries directly at ude.loohcswen|waerdnad#ude.loohcswen|waerdnad. The formal application and job description can be found at this link:

Uniformed Services University (Postdoc with focus on military suicide prevention; Lab Website; job ad; review starts immediately)

University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ (Postdoc researcher in healthy aging; []). The Naturalistic Observation of Social Interaction Lab (Director: Matthias Mehl, Ph.D.) in the Psychology Department at the University of Arizona is seeking applicants for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow. The full-time position is for one year, but renewable beyond that. The postdoctoral fellow will work closely with Dr. Mehl on a large interdisciplinary NIH research project on Predictors of Healthy Aging. The project has a focus on natural language use (as it relates to healthy aging). Experience with linguistic analysis would be ideal but is not required. Members of the research team include, among others, neuroscientists, physicians, engineers, and computer scientists.

University of Alberta, Canada (Postdoc in cognitive neuroscience; []; rolling review) The Memory for Events (ME) Lab (PI: Dr. Peggy L. St. Jacques) invites applications for a fully funded postdoctoral researcher to lead cognitive neuroscience research investigating memory for real-world events. The postdoc will contribute to research examining the neural mechanisms by which people form and remember immersive memories for realistic events. Candidates excited about functional neuroimaging of memory for real-world events, the role of visual perspective in shaping mental models of events, and/or the use of state-of-the-art immersive virtual reality methodologies to study event memory are encouraged to apply.

University of Arkansas (Post-Doctoral Associate applying VR to Eyewitness Identification; Requisition number: R0010759; Department: Psychological Science). The Department of Psychological Sciences in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Arkansas has an opening for a Postdoctoral Associate position. The Postdoctoral Associate position will help conduct research applying virtual reality, in conjunction with eye-tracking, to help better understand how meta-cognitive knowledge affects eyewitness memory and confidence. The Postdoctoral position is funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation’s Law and Science program awarded to Dr. James Lampinen (PI) of the University of Arkansas and Dr. Kara Moore (co-PI) of Oklahoma State University. The post-doctoral position would be affiliated with the University of Arkansas, but the post-doc would work closely with both Dr. Lampinen and Dr. Moore. This is a research only post-doctoral position – there are no teaching duties associated with this position. The post-doc would help conduct and disseminate the grant funded research and would also have the opportunity to develop additional research projects in collaboration with the PI and co-PI. For a complete position announcement and information regarding how to apply, visit []. The closing date for this position is April 24, 2022 at midnight. The UA is AA/EO Employer/Veterans/Disabled.

University of California, Davis (Postdoc in ERP methods development; job ad)

University of California, Davis (Postdoc in executive function, math, and equity; job ad)

University of California, Irvine (developmental psychology, psychology and law) The Child Narratives Lab in the Department of Psychological Science at UC Irvine, is currently recruiting a full time postdoctoral scholar. Under the direction and supervision of the faculty director, this position entails management of an NIH-funded research study on facilitating children’s maltreatment disclosures, data analysis, grant and manuscript writing, in addition to other managerial and coordination tasks as needed. The ideal candidate will demonstrate independence in large-scale project management, analyzing research data, and preparing written manuscripts. To apply, please go to: []; rolling review)

University of California, Irvine (clinical psychology or neuroscience; multiple post-docs available in the UCI Biobehavioral Research on Adolescent Development Lab, including general clinical adolescent, neuroscience/fmri, Spanish-speaking/clinical adolescent; contact lab manager directly for detailed listings:||uahcyl; job ad; rolling review)

University of California, Irvine (STEM education, developmental psychology, cognitive psychology) The Science of Learning Lab at the University of California, Irvine School of Education is hiring a full time Postdoctoral Scholar, who will support projects on children's reasoning development, anxiety, and mathematical learning. Expertise in any of these areas is required. The anticipated (but flexible) start date is October 1, 2021, and the appointment is for one year, with possibility of renewal based on performance and availability of funding. To apply, please go to job ad)

University of California, Riverside (Postdoctoral Scholar; funded project examining cognitive aging (perception, memory), brain aging (diffusion, fMRI), psychophysics, eye-tracking, and metacognition of the locus coeruleus in older adults; job ad)

University of California, San Diego (Postdoctoral fellow; Seeking postdoc to spearhead multi methodological studies using fMRI and EEG to evaluate TMS interventions to treat mood and mental health disorders. Search is currently open. For more information see website)

University of California, San Diego (Postdoctoral fellow, adolescent development/psychopathology). Seeking full-time postdoctoral fellow to begin as soon as possible, relocation optional. The fellow will collaborate on two NIH research grants investigating substance use and conduct problems among adolescents, both using data from an ongoing multisite consortium following nearly 12,000 children prospectively from late childhood to young adulthood ( ABCD Study ). The fellow's primary responsibilities will be writing manuscripts and conducting analyses (no obligations toward primary data collection). The fellow will have access to many training resources through UCSD and the broader research consortium. See here for more information. To apply, email c.v. Contact: William Pelham, <ude.dscu|mahlepw#ude.dscu|mahlepw>.

University of Chicago (Postdoctoral fellow; cognitive neuroscience of memory and decision making. More details here: job ad)

University of Chicago (Postdoctoral fellow; Computational Social Cognitive Neuroscience; PI: Dr. Yuan Chang Leong; More details here: job ad)

University of Chicago (Postdoctoral fellow; Social Cognitive Neuroscience; PI: Dr. Jean Decety; Contact Dr. Jean Decety at ude.ogacihcu|yteced#ude.ogacihcu|yteced. The Social Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory (PI: Jean Decety) invites applications for a full-time 2-year postdoctoral scholar. Candidates with substantial experience with advanced fMRI and EEG analyses, strong technical skills, and an interest in interdisciplinary research including social psychology, cognitive neuroscience and political psychology, is highly valued. Research in the lab examines moral decision-making and social preferences. We use a wide range of methods, including functional neuroimaging (fMRI and EEG), behavioral experiments, eye-tracking, and behavioral economics field studies. Our work is situated at the intersection of cognitive neuroscience, social psychology, developmental science, political psychology, and behavioral economics. More information about the lab can be found here: The applicant must have a PhD in Psychology, Neuroscience, or related field. To apply, please send the following documents to ude.ogacihcu|yteced#ude.ogacihcu|yteced: 1) A cover letter describing qualifications, research interests, and career goals, 2) Curriculum Vitae, 3) Names and contact information for two professional references, 4) 2-3 representative publications. More info here:

University of Chicago (Postdoctoral fellow; Postdoctoral Scholar Position in Developmental and Learning Science; PI: Dr. Ming-Te Wang; Contact Dr. Ming-Te Wang at ude.ogacihcu|gnawtm#ude.ogacihcu|gnawtm. The Urban Education Institute (UEI) at the University of Chicago invite applications for two Postdoctoral Scholar positions in the area of youth development and learning across multiple ecological contexts with an emphasis on diversity, opportunity, and equity. The position involves work on several multi-method, large-scale longitudinal studies exploring how sociocultural and psychological factors influence youth’s identity development, academic learning, and socioemotional well-being during middle childhood and adolescence. Fellows will work on multi-jurisdictional, longitudinal datasets to examine the individual, interpersonal, and contextual factors that mitigated or worsened the impact of school disruptions on youth’s academic adjustment and mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic among youth from historically marginalized and socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds. The work will take an interdisciplinary, applied approach to examining youth development in elementary and secondary school settings. Applicants must have a strong publication record; substantive knowledge and background in the field of child/adolescent development, risk and prevention/intervention, or learning science; and excellent academic writing and analytic skills. The position will require strong quantitative skills (e.g., HLM, SEM, and multilevel and growth modeling) and experience working with large-scale, multiple waves of longitudinal datasets (e.g., daily diary data). To apply for this position, please submit (1) a cover letter describing your research goals and training, including why your background and interests are a good match for the position, (2) Curriculum Vitae, (3) one writing sample, (4) three letters of reference to ude.ogacihcu.loohcsnworc|rhnworc#ude.ogacihcu.loohcsnworc|rhnworc. Review will begin on 5/1/2023

University College London (UCL) Postdoctoral fellow in Cognitive Neuroscience & Computational Psychiatry (PI Elliott Wimmer). Research on goal-directed decision-making, focusing on memory, reinforcement learning, and mood & decoding of neural representations with MEG. Job posting here: [], rolling application, deadline July 31, 2022 (may be extended).

University of Connecticut, Storrs (Postdoctoral Research Associate, "health psychology" but related disciplines should consider. R01-supported, focus on meta-analysis of interventions evaluating mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR). Three-year commitment sought, but more years available depending on performance and funds. Review applications as they are received. Contact Prof. Blair T. Johnson at ude.nnocu|nosnhoj.t.rialb#ude.nnocu|nosnhoj.t.rialb. Official job posting here: [] Posted 26 April 2022 (04/26/2022).

University Connecticut (Assistant Research Professor, Social Psychology, two years, see [], application deadline March 15th, 2022)

University of Delaware (Postdoctoral Researcher) - Clinical/Developmental/Affective Neuroscience; NIMH R01-funded study examining examining longitudinal change in brain networks that contribute to anxiety development during early adolescence, with a focus on pubertal hormone. Review starts immediately and start-date is flexible. Contact Dr. Jeffrey Spielberg at ude.ledu|psmj#ude.ledu|psmj. More information here: job ad

University of Delaware (Postdoctoral Researcher) - Clinical Psychology & Neuroscience; NIMH R01 funded study examining brain networks that contribute to impulsive and harmful behaviors in adults with externalizing disorders. Review starts immediately and start-date is flexible. Contact Dr. Naomi Sadeh at ude.ledu|hedasn#ude.ledu|hedasn. More information here: job ad

University of Delaware (Postdoctoral Researcher) - Clinical Psychology, Developmental Psychology, or Behavioral Neuroscience; The Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-Up (ABC) Lab, supervised by Dr. Mary Dozier, is looking for a postdoc to work on one of two randomized clinical trials (RCT) that test the efficacy of an early home visiting intervention (ABC). More information here: job ad.

University of Edinburgh (Postdoctoral Research Fellow). We are looking for a Post-Doctoral Research Associate to join our team to co-create, implement, and evaluate a peer support program for autistic pupils in mainstream secondary schools. Deadline for Applications (Cover letter and CV) is February 7th, 5pm GMT. More details about the post are here More details about the project are here [ Informal queries to||notpmorc.enirehtac.

University of Florida (Postdoctoral Research Associate)—Center for Behavioral Economics Health Research; NIAAA R01 funded study to develop an mHealth intervention for substance use in non-college young adults. Opportunities to work with multiple funded faculty; initial 2-year appointment to begin 2022 (start date negotiable). Contact Dr. Jalie Tucker at ude.lfu|teilaj#ude.lfu|teilaj. More details here: []

University of Florida (Postdoctoral Associate) - School Mental Health Research focused on Racial Equity funded by Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute and National Institute of Minority Health and Health Disparities. Candidates with experience in academic-community partnerships, school mental health research, and/or health disparities research with children and families are especially encouraged to apply. Contact Dr. Joni Splett at ude.lfu.eoc|ttelps#ude.lfu.eoc|ttelps. More details and job posting here {}

University of Georgia (Postdoctoral Associate focused on developmental health psychology); contact Dr. Katie Ehrlich (ude.agu|hcilrhek#ude.agu|hcilrhek) with a brief statement of interests (start date flexible; job ad)

University of Houston (Postdoc in Social, I/O, or Diversity Science to work on an 3-year NSF funded project focusing on diversity, equity, and inclusion; job ad; review starts immediately)

University of Houston (One to two-year Postdoc position in Clinical Child Psychology for a NIMH-funded effectiveness-implementation trial examining a trauma-informed, behavioral sleep intervention for children in foster care. POSITION STARTS SUMMER 2022. Inquiries should be sent to Candice Alfano, Ph.D. at||onaflaac. Also see. []; review of applications starts January 2022)

University of Illinois at Chicago (Post doc Research Associate in Implementation Science and Community-Based Health Disparities COVID-19 Research. Interested applicants should send their CV and a letter of interest to Dr. Molly Martin (ude.ciu|amyllom#ude.ciu|amyllom), cc Anna Sandoval (ude.ciu|1odnasa#ude.ciu|1odnasa).)

University of Kansas (1-2 Postdoctoral Researcher Positions in eating disorders; Fellows will receive mentorship from Dr. Kelsie Forbush, with opportunities for co-mentorship from Dr. Sara Gould (Director of the Eating Disorder Center at Children’s Mercy – Kansas City). These two-year positions will emphasize clinical research. Post-doctoral Fellows will access to outstanding research resources, newly renovated facilities, expert co-mentorship from several faculty conducting research on unhealthy eating behaviors, statistical mentorship, and access to m-Health development technology to facilitate progress toward a future academic or industry career. job ad; start date 2021 or 2022)

University of Kentucky (Postdoc in Developmental, Clinical, or Quantitative Psychology to work on a 3-year DoD funded project focusing on cognitive, academic, behavioral, and socioemotional development of children (ages 2-18) with neurofibromatosis type 1; []; review starts immediately)

University of Lethbridge, Canada A two-year post-doctoral position (Apr 2022 – Mar 2024) is available to assist with the Alberta Gambling Research Institute’s National Project on Gambling and Problem Gambling (ANP): . Send cover letter and CV to ac.htelu|smailliw.treboR#ac.htelu|smailliw.treboR. For more details see

University of Louisville (1 year position starting in the fall. Responsibilities: clinical services, course instruction and training, supervision of graduate students from different mental health professions, and administration of the Department of Counseling and Human Development’s training clinics, called the Cardinal Success Program;application ;Due: March 25, 2022).

** University of Maryland, College Park** (Postdoc in Psychology; to start Spring/Summer 2022; review of applications are on an ongoing basis)

University of Maryland, College Park (Postdoc in Global Mental Health, Addiction Science, and HIV; to start in Summer 2022; review of applications is rolling through Jan 2022; job ad)

University of Maryland, College Park (Postdoc in Hearing and Speech Sciences; President's Postdoctoral Fellowship converts to TT faculty position after 2 years; Seeking candidates who will contribute to diversity in academia; job ad)

University of Minnesota - Twin Cities (Robert L. Kane Postdoctoral Fellowship in Long-Term Care and Aging; For more details, see: []; review begins 2/15/2022)

University of Missouri - Columbia (Four to Five Post-doctoral Researchers in Alcohol and Addiction Science). The Department of Psychological Sciences and the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Missouri are recruiting a cohort of up to 5 Post-doctoral Fellows for their alcohol and addiction science training program. The training program has a large number of faculty working in the area of alcohol and addiction research, and interested fellows can apply to work with one or more faculty. Three of these fellows would be supported by the program's long-standing NIAAA-supported T32 grant, while 1-2 would be supported by the University of Missouri. For more details, see: [ ]; can begin on or after July 1, 2023. Questions can be directed to Denis McCarthy ude.iruossim|mdyhtraccm#ude.iruossim|mdyhtraccm

University of Missouri - Kansas City (The postdoctoral position involves working on several ongoing grant-funded projects involving the dissemination and implementation of evidence-informed interventions for trauma-exposed youths and adults. This position will have both clinical and research components, with approximately 75/25 percent allocation of time for clinical and research tasks, respectively. Review of applications will begin on 2/15 with an anticipated start date of July 2022. Start date is negotiable. Applications can be submitted at []. Click on “view jobs” to locate announcement. Questions can be directed to Joah Williams at ude.ckmu|haojsmailliw#ude.ckmu|haojsmailliw.)

University of Nebraska at Omaha (Post-Doctoral Research Associate position with the Nonlinear Analysis Core in the Department of Biomechanics). The Research Associate will report to the Director of the Nonlinear Analysis Core (NONAN).
The position will involve timeseries analysis, statistical modelling, grant writing, publishing validation studies involving new analysis methods, and maintenance of the Nonlinear Analysis Core Library. Candidates should have expertise working with some combination of MATLAB, Python, R, or C++. Other duties may include training new staff and/or graduate students. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. For more information and details on how to apply, see For more information about the Nonlinear Analysis Core, please visit:

University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Postdoctoral researcher in Affective Neuroscience; Seeking postdoc to spearhead NIMH- and NSF-funded research exploring individual differences in emotion processing and regulation. Start date negotiable. See here for more information and here to apply)

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Postdoctoral researcher in Interpersonal Violence and Alcohol Use (PI: David DiLillo). Seeking postdoc to publish peer reviewed papers, write and submit grants, mentor undergraduate and graduate students, and assist with management of ongoing NIAAA-funded projects. See here for more information. Review of applications will begin on February 22, 2022.

University of Nebraska–Lincoln (Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Interpersonal Violence Research Lab; Director Dr. Katie Edwards; review date 04/12/22; start date negotiable; apply online at; learn more about lab at

University of Nevada, Las Vegas Post-doctoral fellowship (5/20/22 - 5/20/24) in Early Serious Mental Illness Bipolar Disorder multidisciplinary coordinated specialty care (CSC) program led by Daniel Allen, Ph.D. Fellow will be program’s Clinical Director and oversee day to day operation of the CSC program, coordinate outreach and referral activities, provide training and supervision to CSC trainees and staff, and complete other related responsibilities. In addition, the post-doctoral fellow will have the opportunity to gain the requisite supervised clinical hours for licensure in Nevada. Rolling application review. Open until filled.

University of Nevada, Reno Postdoctoral fellow for Department of Psychology Resilience Lab headed by Paul Kwon. Research and clinical work to increase resilience in the LGBTQ+ community. Preferred start date of 9/1/22. Further information and a portal for submission of applications can be found here:

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (PI: Eva Telzer and Mitch Prinstein) Seeking up to 2 postdoctoral researchers for the WIFI Initiative ( in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience studying the role of technology and social media on adolescent development. PhD-level researchers with study management and analytic skills, experience in fMRI data, experience with social or developmental neuroscience methods, and an interest in adolescent interpersonal experiences, psychological symptoms, emotion and risk behaviors are encouraged to apply. Positions could begin as early as Jan 2022, but a summer start can also be considered. Please submit a CV and cover letter to Zelal Kilic at ude.cnu|lalez#ude.cnu|lalez.

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Postdoctoral Research Associate in Autism Spectrum Disorders. This position is part of an NICHD-funded R01 study examining sex differences in early autism. Position is part of the Harrop Lab @ UNC.

University of North Carolina at Charlotte MAY 2022 - STILL ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS!!! Suicide Prevention Research Postdoctoral Fellowship. Estimates start date between 1 August and 1 Oct 2022. The holder of this postdoctoral fellowship has the opportunity to join an exciting three-site collaborative! The position holder will run the day-to-day operations for a Department of Defense (DoD) funded randomized controlled trial (RCT) of a group therapy suicide prevention intervention for active duty military. Advanced quant training and an individualized mentoring plan are also part of the fellowship. Persons with interests in mental health, implementation science, intervention design, military health, suicide prevention, stats, and related areas should apply. Interested applicants should send a inquiry, including a cover letter and CV, to the PI: Robert Cramer, PhD (ude.ccnu|4remarcr#ude.ccnu|4remarcr).

University of Pennsylvania Postdoctoral research fellowship at the Center for Weight and Eating Disorders (PI: Tronieri). For more information, see job posting. Please send cover letter and CV to jena.tronieri at Posted 1/18/2022. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis in Spring 2022.

University of Pennsylvania Postdoctoral fellows, Social Action Lab. Rolling Review. Multi-year position depending on performance. Please send letter of interest and CV to ude.nnepu|ablad#ude.nnepu|ablad.

University of Pennsylvania, Perelman School of Medicine (Instructor - Implementation of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (appropriate for a postdoc); job ad; review begins 6/8/21)

University of Pennsylvania Postdoctoral Fellow, Humanities and Human Flourishing Project (expertise in psychology, cognitive science, clinical science, or a related field with research interests in psychology of aesthetics, creativity, empathy, well-being, and intervention design; job ad; posted 11/18/2021; rolling applications until position is filled)

University of Pennsylvania Postdoctoral Fellowships in Implementation Research in Suicide Prevention. The Innovation in Suicide Prevention Implementation Research (INSPIRE) Center at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine invites applications for post-doctoral fellowships. The NIH-funded Penn INSPIRE Center will develop and adapt practice-based and other suicide prevention interventions for underserved groups, and will design and test implementation strategies to optimize how evidence-based practices are brought to scale efficiently and effectively. INSPIRE is especially interested in postdoctoral candidates who bring new perspectives to suicide prevention. Please submit your application here: [

University of Pittsburgh. Postdoctoral Fellowship Position in Developmental and Learning Science. The position involves work on several multi-method longitudinal studies, with data collected before and during COVID-19 pandemic, exploring how sociocultural and psychological factors influence youth of color’s identity development, academic learning, and socioemotional well-being during middle childhood and adolescence. Examine the individual, interpersonal, and contextual factors that mitigate or worsen the impact of school disruptions on youth’s academic adjustment and mental health, especially for those from historically marginalized and socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds. Doctorate and a track record of publication, substantive knowledge and background in the field of child/adolescent development, prevention/intervention, or learning science. Expertise is necessary in theory, methods, and research framed by dynamic, relational processes of the positive development of diverse youth (particularly youth who have experienced adversity and challenge), in strength-based approaches to research design and program evaluation. Strong quantitative skills (e.g., HLM, SEM, and growth modeling) and experience with longitudinal datasets are preferred. Apply by June 30, 2022 []

University of Pittsburgh Postdoctoral research position for an NSF project investigating mindfulness training to reduce psychological threat and support engagement in undergraduate STEM courses. We are looking for candidates with a Ph.D. in psychology, learning sciences, or a related field (e.g., STEM education). Those with a strong background and interest in one or more of the following areas will be highly competitive: mindfulness (e.g., stress reduction, emotion regulation), learning and cognition (e.g., metacognition, problem-solving), and motivation (e.g., self-regulation, mindsets). Advanced training in experimental design, statistics (e.g., ANOVA, regression, multi-level models), and mixed methods (e.g., interviews, ecological momentary assessment) is preferred but not required. Initial review of applications begins February 25, 2022. Position will remain open until filled. job ad.

University of Pittsburgh Postdoctoral fellows for psychosocial interventions at scale. Up to two postdocs for two years with potential for a third year. NSF and IES-funded. Review begins May 6, 2022. Start date between July-October 2022. job ad

University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Postdoctoral fellowship at the Health Promotion Research Center of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in tobacco regulatory science research, including the areas of flavored tobacco product use, tobacco health communication and/or prevention, epidemiology of tobacco use, and/or health disparities in tobacco use. Qualifications include a doctoral degree in social/behavioral sciences, public health, psychology, or other relevant area. Excellent writing and analytic skills required. Experience with tobacco research, experimental and quantitative methods, or analysis of large population-based datasets are preferred. Salary and benefits are excellent. For details about the position or to apply send a CV and 1-2 page cover letter describing research interests and career goals to Dr. Amy Cohn at ude.cshuo|nhoc-yma#ude.cshuo|nhoc-yma

University of Richmond (Postdoctoral Fellowship in Health Disparities in The EQUITY Research Lab; job ad); currently accepting applications)

University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio UT Health San Antonio, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences is seeking qualified, highly motivated applicants for a postdoctoral fellow in substance use research. Opportunities in clinical trial research on opioid use disorder, stimulant use disorder; implementation and evaluation within the Tx Medication for Opioid Use Disorder (TxMOUD) network; technologies for substance use disorder treatment; data analysis and research design. (see Job Ad to Apply; posted 7-8-2021)

University of South Florida The USF Rothman Center for Pediatric Neuropsychiatry/Dept of Pediatrics is seeking a postdoctoral resident to join our anxiety/OCD/tic and related disorders CBT Program in Tampa Bay. Clinically focused with research and instructional opportunities. To apply, please send a CV, names of 3 references, and Cover Letter to Adam B. Lewin, Ph.D., ABPP at ude.fsu|niwela#ude.fsu|niwela and apply to USF Careers JOB ID 29940.

University of South Carolina The Early Social Development and Intervention (ESDI) Lab at UofSC is seeking a postdoctoral research fellow to assist with several NIH-funded research studies related to infant development and early identification of autism spectrum disorder. Research focuses on quantifying the emergence of, and interrelations between, social behavior, visual attention, and motor skills in neonates, infants, and toddlers at elevated likelihood of ASD and other neurodevelopmental disorders (learn more at To apply, please send a CV and Cover Letter to ude.cs|wahsdarbj#ude.cs|wahsdarbj

University of Southern California Two postdoctoral positions available in the Davis School of Gerontology at USC, with a focus on the cognitive neuroscience of aging. Background in cognitive or clinical psychology, cognitive neuroscience, neuropsychology, or neuroscience with research experience focusing on human participants preferred. Competitive salary and benefits. To apply, please send cover letter and CV to ude.csu|hciet#ude.csu|hciet.

University of Southern California Neuroimaging-focused postdoctoral position available in the Neuroendocrinology of Social Ties (NEST) Lab, directed by Dr. Darby Saxbe, to study brain and behavioral changes over the transition to parenthood. More information available here:

University of Texas at Arlington Postdoctoral Research Associate, I/O Psychology. 1-year position to begin Fall 2022, working with Dr. Erin E. Bowen, A. Dale Thompson Endowed Professor of Leadership, as part of growing team focused on leadership, decision-making, organizational culture, human error, and team performance in the new Leadership Across High-Consequence Industries (LAHI) lab. Oversee student researchers, assist in industry partner development, conduct research, collaborate on manuscripts and pursue funding opportunities. Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology or related discipline and interest in application of psychological science to high-consequence industries (defined as those in which the consequences of error or failure are catastrophic; e.g., aviation, health care, nuclear power, etc). Previous research experience in leadership, decision-making, organizational culture, as well as familiarity with SEM and/or other advanced statistical tools, is a plus. Submit current CV, cover letter, and names of 3 references to Dr. Bowen at ude.atu|newob.nire#ude.atu|newob.nire.

University of Texas at Austin The Technological Interventions for Ecological Systems TIES Lab is seeking applications for a postdoctoral fellow in Clinical Psychological Research to work with Dr. Adela Timmons. The fellow should have experience providing treatment to children and families and will work on a study using smartphones and wearable technologies to promote mental health in children and families. The fellow will have the opportunity to author and co-author mutiple scientific studies and grants. Review will begin immediately and continue until filled. Further details and application instructions are available at [].

University of Texas at Austin The Technological Interventions for Ecological Systems TIES Lab is seeking applications for a postdoctoral fellow in AI and Technology Development to work with Dr. Adela Timmons. The fellow should have experience with AI modeling and will work on a study using smartphones and wearable technologies to promote mental health in children and families. The fellow will have the opportunity to author and co-author mutiple scientific studies and grants. Review will begin immediately and continue until filled. Further details and application instructions are available at [].

University of Texas at Dallas Applications are invited for a postdoctoral fellow position to work with Dr. Noah Sasson’s research team on a funded international, multi-site replication study examining autistic communication and rapport (original study: Crompton et al., 2020, Autism). The postdoc will direct operations of the project at the UT Dallas site, including coordination with other sites, recruitment of participants, and data collection, management, and analysis. They will also contribute to the dissemination of results at conferences and in journal publications, with the opportunity to lead some of these outputs. Applications close January 31st 2022. For more details and to apply, see

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center ([]; post-doctoral researcher)
The Affective Neuroscience Research Laboratory of the Department of Behavioral Science at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center has an open position for a post-doctoral researcher.
This researcher will work under the supervision of Dr. Francesco Versace on projects aimed at investigating the neurobehavioral correlates of reward processes in individuals with substance use disorders and in individuals with obesity. The laboratory pursues its research objectives by using event-related potentials (ERPs), functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). The ideal candidate for this position is a highly motivated individual with a solid work ethic. The ideal candidate has previous experience in the use of ERP, TMS, or fMRI methodologies, and has strong verbal and written communication skills. Candidates must have a doctoral degree in Neuroscience, Psychology or equivalent discipline at the time of appointment.
The Department of Behavioral Science provides rich opportunities for collegial interaction and an exceptional infrastructure for neuro-behavioral translational research. The psychophysiology laboratory, in the Behavioral Research and Treatment Center, is equipped with dense-array EEG and magnetic stimulator systems. The Center for Advanced Biomedical Imaging houses a 3.0T Siemens MR research scanner. MD Anderson is located within Houston's Texas Medical Center, one of the largest medical centers in the world. Houston is the fourth-largest city in the United States, with dynamic cultural and recreational resources and an affordable cost of living.
The position is immediately available. The initial appointment is for 1 year with the possibility of renewing the appointment. To apply, send cover letter, curriculum vitae and professional reference list to Francesco Versace, gro.nosrednadm|ecasrevf#gro.nosrednadm|ecasrevf.
- Learning Objectives: The postdoctoral researcher will collaborate on ongoing externally funded projects and will assist the laboratory in data collection, data analyses, and results interpretation. They will contribute to grant writing and publications. They will share in authorship and investigator status, in a manner commensurate with their effort and responsibilities. They will receive advanced training toward the goal of becoming independent scientists and pursue their own research interests.
- Eligibility Requirements: The ideal candidate for this position is a highly motivated individual with a solid work ethic. The ideal candidate has previous experience in the use of ERP, TMS, or fMRI methodologies, and has strong verbal and written communication skills. Candidates must have a doctoral degree in Neuroscience, Psychology or equivalent discipline at the time of appointment.
- Dates or Training Schedule: The initial appointment is for 1 year with the possibility of renewing the appointment

University of Utah The Immersive NeuroModulation and Neuroimaging lab in the University of Utah Department of Psychology is seeking a postdoctoral research fellow to help lead a NIH-Funded research study focusing on the Mechanisms of Amygdala-Mediated Memory Enhancement in Humans using intracranial EEG and direct amygdala stimulation in humans. The postdoctoral fellow would also have opportunities to work on novel studies of real-world cognitive neuroscience using direct brain recordings as participants with implanted iEEG recordings navigate the large, real-world spaces. This position is renewable for up to 5 years and will involve leadership of a project across multiple sites around the US. For more information please reach out to Cory Inman at ude.hatu.hcysp|namni.yroc#ude.hatu.hcysp|namni.yroc. To apply, please send a cover letter and CV to ude.hatu.hcysp|namni.yroc#ude.hatu.hcysp|namni.yroc and ude.ltsuw|eilliwtnoj#ude.ltsuw|eilliwtnoj. We look forward to hearing from you!

University of Vermont (Post-doctoral Associate Position in Neuroimaging). We are seeking a postdoctoral associate who will join a consortium of leading addiction researchers to work on an exceptionally large neuroimaging-genetics project. ENIGMA-Addiction ( performs secondary analyses on datasets contributed by labs from over the world. The uniquely large sample sizes with multi-modal neuroimaging data enable numerous in-depth investigations of the neurobiology of drug dependence. Interested applicants contact Drs. Garavan and Mackey for informal inquiries.

University of Windsor (Postdoctoral Fellowship in program evaluation and development; job ad); currently accepting applications). Researchers in the Department of Psychology and the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Windsor are seeking a post-doctoral fellow to oversee and assist in the development of a training program to help prepare nursing students to successfully transition into hospital-based jobs during global and regional health crises such as pandemics. Working in collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team, the post-doctoral fellow will assist in the development of a psychology-based 10-week training program combining both in-person and online elements for senior nursing students transitioning to hospital-based work. The focus of the program will be on building nurses’ resilience as it relates to real-world professional issues. This position will begin July 2022 and will continue until June 2024. Apply to Dr. Dana Ménard (ac.rosdniwu|dranem.anad#ac.rosdniwu|dranem.anad) via email with the subject “Postdoctoral fellow application.” The full application will include a single PDF file consisting of: 1) A cover letter, 2) Curriculum Vitae, 3) Contact information for three professional references (only short-listed candidates need to provide referee letters).

University of Wisconsin-Madison (Title: Postdoctoral Fellow - Center for Health Disparities Research). The University of Wisconsin’s Center for Health Disparities Research (CHDR) and its multidisciplinary investigators seek a postdoctoral fellow to work on The Neighborhoods Study—a NIA-funded, national 22-site initiative that seeks to understand how social exposures from across the life course influence overall brain health and Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. Led by founding director Amy Kind, MD, PhD, CHDR seeks to advance research, education, & clinical innovations toward the elimination of health disparities. A doctoral degree in the Social Sciences, Public Health, Brain Sciences or a related quantitative field— including but not limited to Population Health, Epidemiology, Statistics, Health Services Research, Sociology, Psychology, Neuroscience, Neurology, or Psychiatry— is preferred;. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated quantitative research skills, proficiency and independence in statistical programming and data analysis (STATA, SAS, R, or other statistical software), excellent writing skills, and an ability to work effectively as a member of a multidisciplinary team. Research experience in the social determinants of health, health disparity research, and/or brain health (Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, cognitive aging) is preferred. We value diversity and respect the many differences and similarities in the workplace, including the varied perspectives, approaches, and competencies of coworkers and populations that we serve. We feel that these diverse perspectives strengthen our team and its impact. The new Center for Health Disparities Research (CHDR) in the School of Medicine and Public Health has a deep and profound commitment to diversity as a valuable means for eliminating health disparities. To this end, we strongly encourage applications from candidates who foster and promote the values of diversity and inclusion. We further enthusiastically encourage BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) to apply for this position. To apply, contact Ryan Powell, PhD at ude.csiw.enicidem|llewopr#ude.csiw.enicidem|llewopr

University of Wisconsin-Madison (Postdoctoral Research Associate - Social Psychology; review starts March 31, 2022). Dr. Nick Buttrick is looking to hire a postdoctoral research associate to join his new lab, the Action Research Facility. As part of the position, the postdoc will be involved in the analysis of several large-scale datasets that track changing American beliefs, behaviors, and consumer decisions, especially as they relate to the psychology of firearms ownership. Equally-important to the position is the expectation that the postdoc will develop and lead historically- and socioecologically-informed projects of their own design, and funds will be available to robustly pursue such projects. This position is fully funded for one year and is renewable for up to two additional years, contingent on performance. Expected start date is August or September, 2022. Salary and benefits are competitive and follow NIH stipend guidelines. Qualifications include a PhD in social psychology (or a related field) conferred by the position’s start date, experience conducting experimental psychological research, and comfort with the analysis of large-scale psychological-trace data. To apply, please send (1) a cover letter detailing your interest in the position and your research interests more generally; (2) a statement outlining your commitment to diversity and inclusion; (3) an up-to-date CV; and (4) contact information for three references. Please send all materials to ude.notecnirp|kcirttub#ude.notecnirp|kcirttub. We will begin the formal review process as early as March 31, 2022, but will continue to evaluate applications on a rolling basis until the search is concluded.

University of Wisconsin-Madison Postdoctoral Clinician will provide individual, family, and/or group psychotherapy, psychological evaluation/assessment, and consultation services in the Psychology Research & Training Clinic – the training clinic for the PhD Clinical Psychology program serving community clients. Education: Minimum – Ph.D or Psy.D. in Clinical or Counseling Psychology from an accredited program. Official graduate degree must be conferred prior to start of employment. Work Experience: Minimum – Successful completion of a clinical psychology internship prior to start of employment. Preferred – Successful completion of an APA or APPIC member clinical psychology internship. Licenses and Certifications: Clinical supervision toward licensure will be provided. Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities: Ability to perform assessment and intervention psychology services. Ability to work effectively with diverse populations and across the developmental and multicultural spectrum. Proven interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively with other professionals. Ability to function independently as appropriate for level of training with at least a moderate degree of responsibility. Training and proven ability to act ethically according to professional code of conduct for psychologists. Ability to provide written documentation relevant to practice in a timely manner. Work Schedule: Part-time, 20 hours per week. Shifts scheduled Monday through Thursday between the hours of 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM. Hours may vary based on the needs of the program. Contact: Dr. Linnea Burk, ude.csiw|krub#ude.csiw|krub.

University of Wisconsin-Madison (Postdoc T32 Trainee position with Training Program in Emotion Research; []; deadline 2/15/22)

University of Zurich (two postdoc positions, one with a focus on Organizational Behavior and one with a focus on VR/AR technologies and emotion psychology) The Chair of Human Resource Management and Leadership in the Department of Business Administration at the University of Zurich is currently accepting applications for postdoctoral scholar positions, one that focuses on organizational behavior with a particular interest in scholars of leadership, emotion, and motivation, and one that focuses on the use of VR/AR technologies in the future world of work. Applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis, with a first review scheduled for February 15, 2022. Please see the links for further details:
Organizational Behavior postdoctoral position: job ad
VR/AR postdoctoral position: job ad

Virginia Commonwealth University (Dr. Nicholas Thomson, Director of Research at the Injury and Violence Prevention Program at VCU Health, is currently accepting applications for a 5-year NIMH funded post-doctoral fellowship, beginning immediately, with a focus on understanding biological markers for callous-unemotional (CU) traits in youth with conduct disorder. Applicants should be proficient in administering and coding psychophysiology. Those with experience/interest in clinical psychology and intervention research are strongly encouraged to apply. Interested applicants can learn more and submit an application here: job ad; review begins immediately)

Virginia Tech Multiple openings are available immediately in the labs of Dr. Pearl Chiu and Dr. Brooks King-Casas at the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute ( Projects in the labs use fMRI to examine the neuroscience of motivated behavior and social influences on decision-making with methods adapted from behavioral & computational neuroscience, experimental economics, computational psychiatry, and psychology; ongoing projects focus on processes in healthy and psychiatric individuals. Qualified candidates with basic science backgrounds are welcome, and training in applied science will be provided; a subset of projects also involve multi-dimensional biomarker development. For interested candidates, the labs provide plentiful opportunities to examine how neurobehavioral anomalies may be quantified and rehabilitated in depression, substance dependence, post-traumatic stress, personality disorders, and at-risk adolescents. (see Job Ad to Apply)

Wake Forest University ([] Postdoctoral Fellow and Coordinator for Research and Assessment in the Professional Schools for Program for Leadership and Character; Review begins March 8th, 2022, but will continue until position filled; Start date as early as March/April, 2022, but flexible)

Washington University in St. Louis (Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Diversity Science Lab (DSL, PI - Dr. Calvin Lai) in the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences. This is a two-year, full-time position with benefits funded by the U.S. Department of Justice. The primary project is a large-scale evaluation of diversity training on thousands of police officers in departments across the United States. The position is ideal for quantitatively-oriented social scientists interested in diversity invention, policing, program evaluation, or prejudice reduction. The review process begins March 14, 2022, but we will continue to evaluate applications on a rolling basis until the position is filled. For more information about recent updates in the DSL, please visit our lab website here. Please visit this job ad for more details on how to apply)

Washington University in St. Louis (Postdoctoral Research Associate — This position is for a Postdoctoral Research Associate to work with Dr. Emily Willroth in the Well-being and Emotion across the Lifespan Lab (the “WELL” lab) in the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences. The Postdoctoral Research Associate would contribute to grant-funded research on well-being and cognitive decline in healthy older adults, as well as older adults with mild cognitive impairment and dementia. The role would primarily involve secondary analysis of existing data, with the option to participate in new data collection. The start date for this position is between July 1 and September 1 of 2022. job site; Applications will be received until the position is filled - the position begins between July and September 2022)

Wayne State University (Postdoctoral Fellowship in Biobehavioral and Social Health); for information please email Dr. Zilioli at ude.enyaw|8080vf#ude.enyaw|8080vf; rolling deadline, flexible start date)

Western Washington University (Postdoctoral Resident & Neurodiversity Specialist): Position for a one-year postdoctoral resident in the Counseling & Wellness Center who specializes in neurodiversity. Assessment of LDs, ADHD, and ASD. Application review begins on May 13, 2022. Apply: []

William James College (Teaching Faculty Fellowship, Clinical Psychology Department, PsyD in Clinical Psychology program): The Teaching Faculty Fellowship aims to prepare new faculty to enter the nation’s professoriate by recruiting, training, and mentoring recent graduates who have completed their doctoral degrees in Clinical or Counseling Psychology. The Fellowship seeks to develop a critical mass of exceptionally talented and well-trained faculty members who are historically underrepresented in academic settings. It endeavors to equip Fellows with the skills, knowledge, and expertise to engage in paradigm shifting inclusive teaching, advising, and research practices as well as in administrative and leadership positions in academia. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until all positions are filled. Interested candidates are strongly encouraged to apply by Friday, April 8, 2022. For more information, see [].

Worcester Polytechnic Institute (Research Scientist/Postdoc; education, psychology, computer science, information science or a related field. Similar to the role of post-doc, the initial appointment is for one year, renewable based on mutual interest and continued funding. for more information, see job ad)

University of Paris, La Sorbonne & Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) (Postdoctoral Fellowship in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience). The Department of Psychology at the University of Paris, La Sorbonne, is seeking to appoint a postdoctoral fellow on a project funded by the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR), in the research team of Dr. Teresa Iuculano < >.
The main goal of the project is to assess the contribution of adverse environmental factors to mathematical learning during the early stages of formal schooling. To this purpose, the successful candidate will combine brain imaging methods (i.e., fMRI, MRI, DTI) with cognitive models in the areas of learning, cognitive training, emotion regulation, memory, decision-making, and numerical cognition. The ideal candidate should have a strong research background and an excellent track-record to contribute to the experimental development of behavioral, cognitive and neuroimaging measures in developmental populations, as well as their implementation and evaluation. Candidates must have a PhD and research experience in cognitive neuroscience, experimental/developmental/cognitive psychology, cognitive science, computational neuroscience, educational neuroscience, or related fields. Candidates should have substantial experience in quantitative research methods, strong computational skills and expertise with neuroimaging data acquisition and analysis. Fluent level of French and English is required. Prior experience in programming languages, such as MATLAB or Python is also required. Applicants should submit a single .pdf, including: (a) cover letter, (b) curriculum vitae, (c) representative publications, and (d) list of 3 referees (including contact information) to < rf.sirap-u|onalucui.aseret#rf.sirap-u|onalucui.aseret >, quoting “Postdoctoral position in developmental cognitive neuroscience” in the subject-line. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until a candidate is selected.

Vanderbilt University The Nashville Partnership for Educational Equity Research (PEER) invites applications for a two-year Postdoctoral Fellowship in Educational Partnership Research. The postdoctoral fellowship is a training opportunity aimed at building research design, analysis, and implementation skills with a focus on addressing barriers to equitable educational opportunities and outcomes. The centerpiece of the fellowship is the opportunity for sustained participation in a research-practice partnership to inform education practice and policy in Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools. PEER aims to recruit candidates with a strong background in quantitative methods whose past research or areas of study have focused on issues in educational practice and policy. We welcome applicants from the field of education as well as other social science fields.

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