Psychology Job Wiki 2022-2023: Postdocs

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Postdoctoral Jobs

Clinical & Counseling

Florida State University PI Dr. Yang Hou in the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine is searching for two post-doctoral scholars. The postdocs will mainly work on projects investigating cognitive, academic, behavioral, and socioemotional development of children (ages 2-18) with neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1). Primary responsibilities include data analysis and manuscript preparations. Check Dr. Hou'd Lab website for more detailed information:https://med.fsu.edu/houlab/home

Drexel University, WELL Center The Center for Weight, Eating and Lifestyle Science (WELL Center; drexel.edu/wellcenter) at Drexel University is currently recruiting one Assistant Research Professor, one Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Eating Disorders, and two clinical post-doctoral fellows in eating disorders. For all positions, applications will be reviewed as received until the position is filled. Specific information, and links to apply, are provided below for each position. Also below is information about the WELL Center, Drexel University and Philadelphia. Please see the following link for future details: [https://drexel.edu/coas/academics/departments-centers/well-center/job-opportunities/]

University of Arizona, Psychiatry (see job posting under Neuroscience and Biopsychology)

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 https://ryan-petteslab.wixsite.com/research. 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. Review begins immediately.

Children's National Postdoctoral scholar in the areas of child interventions/implementation research, digital mental health, school mental health and/or ADHD. Mentorship is provided by Dr. Melissa Dvorsky. Fellow has protected time for publications and grant writing and opportunities to contribute to the development of technology-enhanced school intervention, among other school and community-based projects. Please email gro.lanoitansnerdlihc|yksrovdm#gro.lanoitansnerdlihc|yksrovdm to apply and inquire. Review begins immediately. See the following link for further details: [https://bit.ly/3eUmX7R].

Dartmouth College The postdoctoral research fellow will be primarily working on a project related to the use of personalized digital phenotyping based on passively collected data from smartphones and wearable sensors to predict rapid symptom changes in major depressive disorder. Mentorship is provided by Dr. Nicholas Jacobson within the Center for Technology and Behavioral Health at Dartmouth College. Both remote and in-person options are available. Start-date flexible. Please see the following link for further details: job ad. Rolling application review.

Drexel University, Philadelphia The WELL Center is currently recruiting for a clinical post-doctoral fellow under the supervision of Dr. Adrienne Juarascio. The position entails working as a study therapist on NIH-funded clinical trials examining innovative treatments for eating disorders. These projects include, but are not limited to, a Multiphasic Optimization Strategy (MOST) trial to evaluate the independent efficacy of components of mindfulness and acceptance treatments for transdiagnostic eating disorders. Please click the following link to the online application if interested: [https://careers.drexel.edu/en-us/job/496594/clinical-postdoctoral-fellow-well-center].

Safran Center for Psychological Services (Postdoctoral Fellow, Psychology Department) [https://careers.newschool.edu/postings/21526] to begin 7/1/2022. The Postdoctoral Fellow will aid in the oversight of the general operations of the Safran Center, including but not limited to the process of screening, ad-hoc supervision, didactics, coverage, crisis management, and management of clinical data. In addition, the fellow will provide individual psychotherapy and psychological assessments to satisfy licensure requirements, under the supervision of the Clinic Director. A maximum two-course teaching load during the year is likely. Please visit job ad link for full details & apply via the online portal.

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. Rolling application review.

University of Arizona The Neuroscience of Emotion and Thought Lab, directed by Dr. Jessica Andrews-Hanna, and the Laboratory for Social Connectedness and Health, directed by Dr. David Sbarra, are seeking a postdoctoral fellow to join a collaborative and co-supervised multi-method NIMH-funded project at the University of Arizona. The project (R01MH125414-01) aims to understand how the interplay between self- and other-focused thought affects loneliness and other mental health outcomes in the context of close relationships. Interested individuals should send their C.V. and a description of their research interests to David Sbarra (ude.anozira|arrabs#ude.anozira|arrabs) and Jessica Andrews-Hanna (ude.anozira|annahswerdnaj#ude.anozira|annahswerdnaj), who will provide further details on the application process.

University of Calgary Postdoctoral scholar in the areas of child and youth mental health/neurodevelopment in a multidisciplinary biopsychology lab. Mentorship is provided by Dr. Gerry Giesbrecht in the Developmental Psychobiology Laboratory https://ucalgary.ca/devpsychlab/. The scholar’s work will focus on mental health and neurodevelopment; however, the work and opportunities are interdisciplinary (including: stress, nutrition, gut microbiota, brain imaging, and epigenetics). Please see the following link for further details: job ad. Review begins immediately.

University of California, San Diego (TWO Postdoctoral fellowship positions; Seeking TWO postdoc to spearhead multi methodological studies using fMRI and EEG to evaluate TMS interventions. One position is central to studies aiming to treat mood and mental health disorders. The other position is central to studies aiming to treat traumatic brain injury. Search is currently open. For more information see website… https://www.optilab.net/jobs.html). see also Neuroscience, below.

University of Delaware Post-doctoral scholar in the areas of adolescent neurodevelopment and mental health. The researcher will contribute to an ongoing NIMH-funded R01 grant examining longitudinal change in brain networks that contribute to anxiety development during early adolescence, with a focus on pubertal hormones. The primary duties of the position will be to analyze MRI data and write manuscripts for publication. In addition, the researcher will have the opportunity to learn and apply cutting-edge network-analysis methods (e.g., graph theory) to understand the network basis for anxiety. If you are interested in being considered for the position, please send a current CV, a brief statement of interest that outlines your qualifications for the position, reprints of selected papers, and the names of three professional references to Dr. Jeffrey Spielberg at ude.ledu|psmj#ude.ledu|psmj. Rolling application review.

University of Delaware Postdoctoral Researcher position in the Personality and Dysregulation Lab at the University of Delaware. The researcher will contribute to an ongoing NIMH-funded R01 grant examining brain networks that contribute to impulsive and harmful behaviors in adults with externalizing disorders. The primary duties of the postdoctoral researcher will be to analyze MRI data and write manuscripts for publication. In addition, the researcher will have the opportunity to learn and apply cutting-edge network-analysis methods (e.g., graph theory) to understand the connectomic basis for externalizing pathology. If you are interested in being considered for the position, please send a current CV, a brief statement of interest that outlines your qualifications for the position, reprints of selected papers, and the names of three professional references to Dr. Naomi Sadeh at ude.ledu|hedasn#ude.ledu|hedasn. Rolling application review.

University of Delaware Postdoctoral position in the ABC Lab with Dr. Mary Dozier. (See posting under Open Area)

University of Kansas, Lawrence Post-doctoral fellowship in Eating Disorders with 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. Fellows will have ample opportunities to gain supervised clinical hours for licensure in Kansas. Start date is flexible and could begin in either 2022 or 2023. Application review begins 9/15/2022. For more information or to apply, visit [https://employment.ku.edu/postdoctoral-researcher/22891br]

University of Minnesota Postdoctoral researcher in behavior genetics. See post under Behavioral Genetics.

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: [ https://psychology.missouri.edu/research/available-postdoctoral-fellowships ]; can begin on or after July 1, 2023. Questions can be directed to Denis McCarthy ude.iruossim|mdyhtraccm#ude.iruossim|mdyhtraccm

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. The post-doctoral Fellow will be the 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. job ad.

University of Wisconsin-Madison Post-doctoral position in the Psychology Research & Training Clinic in the Department of Psychology. Postdoctoral Clinician will provide individual, family, and/or group psychotherapy, psychological evaluation/assessment, and consultation services. The clinician must be able to work effectively with diverse populations and across the developmental and multicultural spectrum, as well as with other professionals. Clinician will function with a high degree of independence under the supervision of the PRTC Director and Assistant Director. Opportunities to teach and supervise junior students may be available as appropriate for level of training.
Part-time - 20-30 hours per week. In addition, the postdoctoral clinician will gain supervised hours for licensure in Wisconsin. For more information see [ ]. Application review begins 09/01/2022 and will continue until the position is filled.

University of Washington/Seattle Children's Hospital The Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Washington is seeking a Postdoctoral Scholar for a full-time, one-year (10/1/22-10/1/23) joint appointment in partnership with Seattle Children’s Hospital. This position will support two federally funded clinical trials (K23MH112872 and R34MH128387) in the Adolescent Adversity and Depression Intervention (AADI) lab under the supervision of Dr. Jessica Jenness. This position will also include clinical opportunities supported by the Program to Enhance Attention, Regulation and Learning (PEARL) for ADHD and Disruptive Behaviors at Seattle Children’s Hospital under the supervision of Dr. Erin Schoenfelder Gonzalez. Please see the job ad for more details or contact Dr. Jenness at ude.wu|jssennej#ude.wu|jssennej if you have questions about this position.

York University Post-doc fellowship (1 year; PIs: Debra Pepler and Stephanie Craig) in partnership with Child Development Institute and Mitacs. Focused on examining the effectiveness of the Stop Now and Plan (SNAP) program for children with CU traits. Developmental or Clinical PhD preferred. Post-doc will have the opportunity to be supervised by two registered psychologists for the purposes of supervised practice. Cross posted with Developmental. For more information see here Application review begins 08/13/2022 and will continue until position is filled


Behavior Genetics

University of Minnesota Postdoctoral researcher (job ad) in behavior genetics using genome-wide and/or twin family designs to understand the nature and origins of addiction and psychopathology.


Cognitive

Columbia University We are currently seeking a post-doctoral fellow to work on an ongoing study: Environmental bisphenol exposure, infant brain and behavior: Human and animal models. The project is funded through the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS R01ES030950). The position includes 2 years of funding in the Environment, Brain, and Behavior Lab at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, within the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, with a potential third year depending on progress. The candidate must have EEG experience and an interest in studying the effects of environmental exposures on neurodevelopment.

The candidate will have an opportunity to work with investigators in the departments of psychiatry - division of child and adolescent psychiatry, developmental neuroscience, environmental health sciences and epidemiology, and the Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health (CCCEH, https://ccceh.org). The fellow will contribute to the new research project and simultaneously acquire skills necessary for developing a career as an independent investigator. The position is intended for individuals who want to develop a research career fusing interests in brain development and adverse environmental exposures. Possible areas of study include but are not limited to: effects of early life stress (ELS) on the neural correlates of language and bilingualism, effects of exposure to environmental tobacco smoke or nicotine on infant brain development and attention function, or associations between environmental exposures, mother-infant interactions, and child neurodevelopmental outcomes. The position is open now. If interested, please send a curriculum vitae and note of interest to Dr. Amy Margolis: ude.aibmuloc.ipsyn|silogram.ymA#ude.aibmuloc.ipsyn|silogram.ymA

Boston College Postdoctoral position with PI Dr. Sara Cordes. (See posting under Developmental)

Boston College Postdoc position in the Memory Modulation Lab (PI: Maureen Ritchey), using fMRI to study the neural bases of episodic memory. Project and job information. Rolling application review for a flexible start date.

Brigham and Women's Hospital Postdoctoral position with PI Dr. Anne CC Lee. (See posting under Developmental)

Georgia Institute of Technology Postdoc position in Rahnev Lab (PI: Dobromir (Doby) Rahnev). it is expected that the start date will be in the Fall of 2022. We aspire to maintain our already diverse team and therefore seek applications from qualified individuals from all demographics and backgrounds. To apply, send an email to Doby Rahnev (ude.hcetag.hcysp|venhar#ude.hcetag.hcysp|venhar) that includes (1) your CV, (2) a brief description of your skills and research interests and how they match the directions of the lab, and (3) your desired start date.

National Institute on Drug Abuse (Postdoctoral position in the Learning and Decision-Making Unit at NIDA/NIH (PI: Thorsten Kahnt). Job Ad. Applications submitted before November 15th, 2022 will be given full consideration; applications will be considered until the position is filled. The start date is somewhat flexible.

North Dakota State University (Postdoctoral position for NIH-funded project with PI Dr. Jeremy Hamm) (See posting under Developmental)

Stanford University (Postdoctoral position with PI Tanya Luhrmann) (See posting under Open Area)

Teachers College, Columbia University Postdoc position with the Education for Persistence and Innovation Center (EPIC). (see listing under Social & Personality)

Temple University Postdoctoral position with PI Dr. Elizabeth Gunderson. (See posting under Developmental)

University of California, San Diego Postdoctoral position with PI Dr. Dave Barner. (See posting under Developmental)

University of Central Florida Postdoc position in the Adult Development and Decision Lab (PI: Nichole Lighthall). NIA-funded project will examine decisions involving trust, risk factors for deception in aging and preclinical dementia, and the role of learning in determining trust-based decisions. The postdoc will take a central role in behavioral data collection and analysis at UCF (Orlando, FL), and in disseminating results through publications and presentations. Additional opportunities to develop publications from previously collected behavioral and fMRI data and contribute to fMRI data collection and analysis conducted at the University of Florida (Gainesville, FL) as part of this project. Rolling application review; open until filled. Desired start summer or fall 2022. For more details and to apply.

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, alongside decoding of neural representations with MEG. Job posting here: https://lmdlab.github.io/, deadline July 31, 2022 (may be extended).

University of Michigan We are seeking a full-time post-doctoral research fellow to study computational and neuroscientific models of perception and cognition. The research fellow will be jointly supervised by Drs. David Brang (https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/brang-lab/) and Zhongming Liu (https://libi.engin.umich.edu). The goal of this collaboration is to understand cognitive and perceptual processes using data from intracranial recordings in patients with epilepsy or a brain tumor (iEEG/ECoG). In addition to answering basic scientific questions, this research seeks to improve our understanding of brain tumor physiology to develop novel treatments and neural prostheses in collaboration with Dr. Shawn Hervey-Jumper at UC San Francisco Medical Center. The successful applicant will also have freedom to conduct additional research based on their interests, using a variety of methods — ECoG, fMRI, DTI, lesion mapping, and EEG. The ideal start date is from summer to fall 2022, but later appointments are possible. The position is expected to last for at least two years, with the possibility of extension for subsequent years.

York University See postings under Developmental

University of South Florida We are seeking a Postdoctoral Scholar in the University of South Florida, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences, Cognitive Aging Lab, directed by Jerri Edwards, PhD (https://health.usf.edu/medicine/labs/cna-lab). Our research focuses on healthy aging including randomized trials of cognitive interventions to prevent mild cognitive impairment and dementia. Interested applicants should apply online https://www.usf.edu/work-at-usf/careers/ for the Cognitive Aging Research Postdoctoral Scholar, job code 9180, job opening id 31610, in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences. A letter of interest and CV can be emailed to: moc.liamg|balegaevitingocfsu#moc.liamg|balegaevitingocfsu

University of Vermont 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 (http://www.enigmaaddiction.com) 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 should contact ude.mvu|navaraG.hguH#ude.mvu|navaraG.hguH and ude.mvu|yekcamsm#ude.mvu|yekcamsm for informal inquiries.

Western University, London, Ontario, Canada (job ad; review starts 2022-10-01) The neuroplasticity in sensory systems lab at Western University is recruiting a postdoctoral scholar to examine how contextual cues impact the experience of Misophonia in naturalistic listening environments. The successful candidate should have a PhD in psychology, neuroscience, communication sciences, or a related discipline, with evidence of the ability to conduct independent research. Additionally, quantitative & programming skills in Python, MATLAB or similar are expected. Specifically, expertise in frequency-domain analyses of EEG data would be considered an asset. Review of applications will begin October 1 and will continue until the position has been filled.

Yale University The Damisah lab at Yale University is currently recruiting highly motivated postdoctoral scholars working with intracranial EEG and single-unit recordings to join our research team. Our lab is composed of scientists from a range of academic backgrounds including neuroscience, bioengineering, computer science, cognitive science, and psychology. We seek to create a supportive environment for innovative and rigorous scientific research and all our members' personal and professional development. We provide access to cutting-edge facilities and excellent opportunities for collaboration with neurology, psychology, and Neuroscience at the Yale School of Medicine. https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/3273786214


Developmental

Florida State University PI Dr. Yang Hou in the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine is searching for two post-doctoral scholars. The postdocs will mainly work on projects investigating cognitive, academic, behavioral, and socioemotional development of children (ages 2-18) with neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1). Primary responsibilities include data analysis and manuscript preparations. Check Dr. Hou'd Lab website for more detailed information:https://med.fsu.edu/houlab/home

Brigham and Women's Hospital PI Dr. Anne CC Lee at the Global Advancement of Infants and Mothers (AIM) Lab within the department of Newborn Medicine is seeking a postdoc Research Fellow to join a team implementing a subset child (0-5yrs) neurodevelopment assessment follow-up study following a parent RCT in rural Ethiopia. Study will be introducing novel EEG and MRI technology as well as behavioral assessments, experience with such procedures a plus. Position is based in Boston, with 30-50% travel to Ethiopia. https://partners.taleo.net/careersection/ex/jobdetail.ftl?job=3210364

IES postdoc position with PI Dr. Tricia Zucker at Children's Learning Institute at University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (see listing under Education).

Children's National Postdoctoral scholar in the areas of child interventions/implementation research, digital mental health, school mental health and/or ADHD. Mentorship is provided by Dr. Melissa Dvorsky. Fellow has protected time for publications and grant writing and opportunities to contribute to the development of technology-enhanced school intervention, among other school and community-based projects. Please email gro.lanoitansnerdlihc|yksrovdm#gro.lanoitansnerdlihc|yksrovdm to apply and inquire. Review begins immediately. See the following link for further details: [https://bit.ly/3eUmX7R].
Columbia University (see posting under Cognitive)

Boston College
The NSF-Funded ManyNumbers Project seeks to hire three postdoctoral researchers to join our team (start date open, review of applications begins Nov. 1, 2022). The ManyNumbers project is a large international collaboration seeking to uncover the conceptual foundations of early numeracy. The three postdoc positions each have unique emphases and are based at three different universities (see additional postings for Temple University and UC-San Diego). Position 2, under the supervision of Dr. Sara Cordes (ude.cb|ssedroc#ude.cb|ssedroc) at Boston College, will primarily focus on a large scale collaboration exploring small set representations in toddlers. You can read more about the project in the ManyNumbers grant proposal and ManyNumbers website. Temple University, Boston College, and UCSD are Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. Interested applicants are expected to have completed their Ph.D. during or before Summer 2023. Full applications should include a completed application form, cover letter describing your interests and prior experiences, your c.v., and the contact information for 3 references. Applicants are welcome apply to more than one of the positions – please indicate that you are doing so in the application and cover letter. To apply, please fill out this form.

Boston University
We are looking for a Post–Doctoral Research Fellow to join the team for the NSF DRK–12 Award: “Evolving Minds: Promoting Causal–Explanatory Teaching and Learning of Biological Evolution in Elementary School.” This position involves project management as part of an interdisciplinary collaboration with TERC exploring elementary school children’s and teacher’s learning of life science concepts (evolution). Applicants should have particular interest in children’s early science learning, inquiry, cognitive development, and Design–Based Research (DBR) in elementary school classrooms on early science curricula. Review of applications begins immediately with preference for a Fall 2022 start date. Those interested should contact ude.ub|baldlihc#ude.ub|baldlihc for application instructions.

Fordham University (Postdoctoral Fellow; job ad; review begins immediately)
Applications are invited for a 1 – 2-year postdoctoral fellowship in the Human Development and Social Justice Research Lab housed within the Department of Psychology and Center for Ethics Education. The fellowship reports directly to and is supervised by Dr. Celia B. Fisher, Marie Ward Doty University Chair in Ethics, Professor of Psychology, and Director of the Center for Ethics Education and the NIDA-funded HIV/Drug Abuse Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute. We are seeking a motivated early career scientist who is committed to research that advances health equity for socially marginalized groups. The successful candidate must be open to a wide-ranging social justice research agenda and be able to take a collaborative and leadership role in project design, implementation, publication, grant writing, and mentoring graduate and undergraduate students. Current and planned projects focus on vaccine hesitancy among economically and socially marginalized children and adults, moral distress among addiction healthcare workers, the impact of social media on racial/ethnic and SGM adolescents, and factors promoting healthy sexual development, with opportunities for fellow-initiated research. Those interested should email a vita, statement of research interests, examples of publications, and the names of three references to Dr. Celia B. Fisher (ude.mahdrof|rehsif#ude.mahdrof|rehsif, https://www.fordham.edu/info/21660/psychology_faculty_and_staff/5337/celia_fisher).

New York University
New POSTDOC TO FACULTY pathway program for scholars underrepresented in STEM. Opportunity to join a multidisciplinary developmental brain science laboratory and work with existing and new data from federally funded cohorts including HBCD. Competitive support for up to 5 years with strong consideration for NYU faculty recruitment. Co-mentored by Drs. Moriah Thomason, Natalie Brito, Obianuju Berry, Clare McCormack. See: https://www.brainnexus.com/about-5.

North Dakota State University
We are seeking a postdoc to join an interdisciplinary team working on an NIH-funded project examining the modifiable predictors of cognitive aging. The research team includes Drs. Jeremy Hamm, Katherine Duggan, Jacqueline Mogle, and Margie Lachman. Using a multi-timescale approach, the project focuses on the role of motivational resources, such as perceived control, goal engagement, and positive emotion, as well as positive health behaviors including physical activity and sleep. Review of applications begins October 11, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled. Questions may be directed to Dr. Jeremy Hamm at ude.usdn|mmah.ymerej#ude.usdn|mmah.ymerej. For further details and to apply for the position, please see: https://prd.hcm.ndus.edu/psc/recruit/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=2944900&PostingSeq=1

San Francisco State University
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 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, https://faculty.sfsu.edu/~zmello/).

Stanford University (Postdoctoral position with PI Tanya Luhrmann) (See posting under Open Area)

Temple University
The NSF-Funded ManyNumbers Project seeks to hire three postdoctoral researchers to join our team (start date open, review of applications begins Nov. 1, 2022). The ManyNumbers project is a large international collaboration seeking to uncover the conceptual foundations of early numeracy. The three postdoc positions each have unique emphases and are based at three different universities (see additional postings for Boston College and UC-San Diego). Position 1, under the supervision of Dr. Elizabeth Gunderson (ude.elpmet|nosrednug.zil#ude.elpmet|nosrednug.zil) at Temple University, will primarily focus on a large scale collaboration exploring number word learning in preschoolers. You can read more about the project in the ManyNumbers grant proposal and ManyNumbers website. Temple University, Boston College, and UCSD are Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. Interested applicants are expected to have completed their Ph.D. during or before Summer 2023. Full applications should include a completed application form, cover letter describing your interests and prior experiences, your c.v., and the contact information for 3 references. Applicants are welcome apply to more than one of the positions – please indicate that you are doing so in the application and cover letter. To apply, please fill out this form.

University of Calgary Postdoctoral scholar in the areas of child and youth mental health/neurodevelopment in a multidisciplinary biopsychology lab. Mentorship is provided by Dr. Gerry Giesbrecht in the Developmental Psychobiology Laboratory https://ucalgary.ca/devpsychlab/. The scholar’s work will focus on mental health and neurodevelopment; however, the work and opportunities are interdisciplinary (including: stress, nutrition, gut microbiota, brain imaging, and epigenetics). Please see the following link for further details: job ad. Review begins immediately.

University of California, San Diego
The NSF-Funded ManyNumbers Project seeks to hire three postdoctoral researchers to join our team (start date open, review of applications begins Nov. 1, 2022). The ManyNumbers project is a large international collaboration seeking to uncover the conceptual foundations of early numeracy. The three postdoc positions each have unique emphases and are based at three different universities (see additional postings for Boston College and Temple University). Position 3, under the supervision of Dr. David Barner (ude.dscu|renrabd#ude.dscu|renrabd) at University of California, San Diego, will also conduct empirical research but with a focus on data science and quantitative methods related to both projects. You can read more about the project in the ManyNumbers grant proposal and ManyNumbers website. Temple University, Boston College, and UCSD are Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. Interested applicants are expected to have completed their Ph.D. during or before Summer 2023. Full applications should include a completed application form, cover letter describing your interests and prior experiences, your c.v., and the contact information for 3 references. Applicants are welcome apply to more than one of the positions – please indicate that you are doing so in the application and cover letter. To apply, please fill out this form.

University of Central Florida Postdoc position in the Adult Development and Decision Lab (see listing under Cognitive)

University College Dublin
Two-year post-doc, with possible extension, on a new project GENERATION PEACE in the Helping Kids! lab (https://helpingkidslab.com). Mentor Laura K Taylor will supervise on cross-cultural, mixed methods research with adolescents and young adults. Due 20 July. Start date 1 Sept 2022 (but flexible). For more full job ad, and to apply, visit https://my.corehr.com/pls/ucdrecruit/erq_search_package.search_form?p_company=1&p_internal_external=E. Scroll down to search by Ref Number: 014644. Also email Laura (laura.taylor[@]ucd.ie) with any questions.

University of Delaware Post-doctoral scholar in the areas of adolescent neurodevelopment and mental health. See listing above under Clinical.

University of Delaware Postdoctoral position in the ABC Lab with Dr. Mary Dozier. (See posting under Open Area)

University of Iowa Two multiyear postdoctoral positions available in the Sleep Development Lab of Mark Blumberg in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences (https://psychology.uiowa.edu/blumberg-lab). First, we are beginning a 5-year NIH-funded longitudinal project to study the development of sleep and sleep-related movements in very premature infants in the NICU and in the sleep laboratory after discharge. Second, we also investigate the neurobiological mechanisms and functions of sleep in developing rats. Postdocs in the lab are provided with the resources and freedom to develop and pursue independent projects; there are also numerous opportunities for professional development beyond the laboratory. Email Mark Blumberg (ude.awoiu|grebmulb-kram#ude.awoiu|grebmulb-kram) with questions.

York University See posting under Clinical/ Counseling

York University in Toronto, Canada
Two postdoctoral positions are available. One position is in the Memory Development Lab directed by Jeni Pathman. The other is jointly supervised by Jeni Pathman and Ellen Bialystok, director of the Lifespan Cognition and Development Lab. Please see job ads here: https://md.lab.yorku.ca/post-doctoral-opportunities/


Educational

Boston College Postdoctoral position with PI Dr. Sara Cordes. (See posting under Developmental)

Boston University
We are looking for a Post–Doctoral Research Fellow to join the team for the NSF DRK–12 Award: “Evolving Minds: Promoting Causal–Explanatory Teaching and Learning of Biological Evolution in Elementary School.” This position involves project management as part of an interdisciplinary collaboration with TERC exploring elementary school children’s and teacher’s learning of life science concepts (evolution). Applicants should have particular interest in children’s early science learning, inquiry, cognitive development, and Design–Based Research (DBR) in elementary school classrooms on early science curricula. Review of applications begins immediately with preference for a Fall 2022 start date. Those interested should contact ude.ub|baldlihc#ude.ub|baldlihc for application instructions.

Children's National Postdoctoral scholar in the areas of child interventions/implementation research, digital mental health, school mental health and/or ADHD. Mentorship is provided by Dr. Melissa Dvorsky. Fellow has protected time for publications and grant writing and opportunities to contribute to the development of technology-enhanced school intervention, among other school and community-based projects. Please email gro.lanoitansnerdlihc|yksrovdm#gro.lanoitansnerdlihc|yksrovdm to apply and inquire. Review begins immediately. See the following link for further details: [https://bit.ly/3eUmX7R].

Children's Learning Institute at University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
IES Postdoctoral Research Fellow Position at UTHealth: The Children’s Learning Institute (CLI) within the UTHealth Department of Pediatrics seeks a candidate who demonstrates interest in postdoctoral research training focused on developmental and academic outcomes of preschool and early elementary children with or at risk for disabilities. See the following link for further details: [https://www.uth.edu/postdocs/open-postdoc-positions.htm#c4e3c9c8-9c86-47c0-9338-6644510d2f41].

Landmark College
We are seeking an experienced individual for a full-time, on-campus staff position of Research Associate within the Landmark College Institute for Research and Training (LCIRT).Primary duties include proposing and carrying out research on the efficacy of learning strategies and pedagogies designed to support neurodivergent learners, including those with learning disabilities, ADHD, and/or autism. Preference will be given to candidates whose research addresses one, or more, of the follow topic areas: learner variability, Universal Design, executive function, student transition, social-emotional learning, or educational technology. The Research Associate will be expected to regularly pursue federal, state, and foundation grants to support research initiatives; although it should be noted this position is fully funded and supported by the College (i.e. “hard-funded”). job ad.

Temple University Postdoctoral position with PI Dr. Elizabeth Gunderson. (See posting under Developmental)

University of California, San Diego Postdoctoral position with PI Dr. Dave Barner. (See posting under Developmental)


Health

Duke University School of Medicine (Postdoctoral Research Associate in Health Equity Research. Dr. Tiarney Ritchwood is seeking a postdoctoral research associate to join the CREATE (Collaborative Research to facilitate Equity, Action, Trust, and Engagement) Team, a NIH-funded research program with grants focused on chronic disease management and prevention, and health communication. Interested candidates should apply via the online portal at https://careers.duke.edu/job/Durham-POSTDOCTORAL-ASSOCIATE-NC-27710/921594600/)

Florida State University (Postdoctoral Fellow to study the impact of spiritual activities on physical and relationship health) (See posting under Open Area)

North Dakota State University (Postdoctoral position for NIH-funded project with PI Dr. Jeremy Hamm) (See posting under Developmental)

University of Pittsburgh T32 (Postdoctoral research fellowships available for MDs and PhDs in social, psychological, and behavioral aspects of cardiovascular health. Now in its 40th year, it is one of the most longstanding cardiovascular behavioral medicine research training programs in the US. The program implements a mentor-based model that includes team-based collaborative mentoring, multidisciplinary training and research, and individualized didactics, with a focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Practical training in grantsmanship, research ethics, public speaking, and career development is included. More information on the program and faculty can be found at https://cvbm.pitt.edu. Applications are being accepted for appointments to begin in fall 2022 or spring 2023.)

University of South Carolina (Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in Health/Community Psychology. Dr. Allison Sweeney is seeking a Post-Doctoral Fellow to join her National Institutes of Health R01 grant, the ‘Together Everyone Achieves More Physical Activity’ (TEAM-PA) project. TEAM-PA is a randomized controlled trial that will evaluate the efficacy of a group-based social affiliation intervention for promoting physical activity and cardiovascular health among inactive African American women. Candidates with a research interest/focus in health equity, community-based research, motivational and behavioral-change theory, statistics, and/or implementation science are encouraged to apply. Applicants will be reviewed on a rolling basis with an intended start date of January 2023 or Summer 2023. For more information please email Dr. Sweeney at ude.cs.xobliam|maeneews#ude.cs.xobliam|maeneews)

Worcester Polytechnic Institute (See posting under Neuro & Biopsych)


Human Factors & Engineering Psychology

Children's National Postdoctoral scholar in the areas of child interventions/implementation research, digital mental health, school mental health and/or ADHD. Mentorship is provided by Dr. Melissa Dvorsky. Fellow has protected time for publications and grant writing and opportunities to contribute to the development of technology-enhanced school intervention, among other school and community-based projects. Please email gro.lanoitansnerdlihc|yksrovdm#gro.lanoitansnerdlihc|yksrovdm to apply and inquire. Review begins immediately. See the following link for further details: [https://bit.ly/3eUmX7R].


I/O

Teachers College, Columbia University Postdoc position with the Education for Persistence and Innovation Center (EPIC). (see listing under Social & Personality)


Neuroscience & Biopsychology

Boston College Postdoc position in the Memory Modulation Lab (see listing under Cognitive)

Kessler Foundation The Center for Autism Research is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow. This 2-year position funded by the VIA Institute on Character will focus on the neural networks underlying positive psychology interventions. Experience with fMRI is required. An interest in autism and positive psychology is a plus. Mentorship will be provided by Dr. Helen Genova. For more information, see the following: https://kesslerfoundation.org/postdoctoral-fellowship-our-center-autism-research. Please send your CV to Dr. Genova (gro.noitadnuofrelssek|avonegh#gro.noitadnuofrelssek|avonegh).

Texas A&M University Postdoc in the Multimethod Affect and Cognition lab (see listing under Clinical)

University of Arizona, Psychiatry The Social, Cognitive, and Affective Neuroscience (SCAN) Lab in the UA College of Medicine is seeking multiple postdocs specializing in neuroimaging data collection and analysis to contribute to studies funded by the Department of Defense. Specifically, an individual with expertise in functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), structural neuroimaging, diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy (1H MRS), cognitive neuropsychological assessment, and ambulatory monitoring of sleep and circadian rhythmicity is desired. Projects in the SCAN lab focus on aspects of neurocircuitry underlying cognitive and emotional intelligence, social cognition, decision-making, risk-taking, resilience, sleep and circadian rhythms, light exposure, and appetitive processes in healthy individuals under various conditions (e.g., stress, sleep loss, cognitive load) and in patients suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and mTBI. Two of these studies involves sleep deprivation paradigms for the purpose of investigating neurophysiological models of cognitive fatigue as well as evaluation of a fatigue management intervention (via smartphone app). Another study will be investigating the effectiveness of blue light therapy in improving sleep among active duty military.
[https://arizona.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/4/home/requisition/8634?c=arizona]; review begins immediately. Applicants will be evaluated and hired on a rolling basis.

University of Arizona (see posting under Clinical)

University of California, San Diego (TWO Postdoctoral fellowship positions; Seeking TWO postdoc to spearhead multi methodological studies using fMRI and EEG to evaluate TMS interventions. One position is central to studies aiming to treat mood and mental health disorders. The other position is central to studies aiming to treat traumatic brain injury. Search is currently open. For more information see website… https://www.optilab.net/jobs.html). See also Clinical, above.

University of Central Florida Postdoc position in the Adult Development and Decision Lab (see listing under Cognitive)

University College London (UCL) Postdoc position in Cognitive Neuroscience & Computational Psychiatry (see listing under Cognitive)

University of Delaware Post-doctoral scholar in the areas of adolescent neurodevelopment and mental health. See listing above under Clinical.

University of Delaware Postdoctoral Researcher position in the Personality and Dysregulation Lab at the University of Delaware. See listing above under Clinical.

University of Pittsburgh T32 Postdoctoral Scholar in Cardiovascular Behavioral Medicine (see listing under Health)

Worcester Polytechnic Institute (Postdoctoral Fellow in Social/Cognitive Neuroscience; job ad; review begins immediately)

Emory University (The Grady Trauma project at Emory University is seeking a Postdoctoral Researcher to be part of a team investigating participants’ past experience of trauma as it relates to biological and behavioral outcomes in pregnancy, parental caregiving, and child well-being. To learn more about the research visit https://www.gradytraumaproject.com/research. Preferred start date is in Fall 2022. To apply for the job visit https://faculty-emory.icims.com/jobs/87437/job.)

McMaster University - Social neuroscience (Postdoctoral Fellow in the Social Brain, Body & Action Lab (PI - Sukhvinder Obhi). Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral fellowship to work with Professor Sukhvinder Obhi at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada. The appointment is expected to be for two years and the research focus is on self-other processing (broadly defined) in the context of social hierarchies, including a focus on key themes of power and social diversity. Research in the lab employs a combination of cognitive neuroscience and social psychological methods and approaches. The ideal candidate will have a PhD in Social Cognitive Neuroscience (or similar) and have expertise in any, or preferably all, the following: electroencephalography (EEG), transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), experimental design, data processing and statistical analysis, and programming for experiment creation, for example using Python, MATLAB, or similar. In addition, high quality writing and communication skills are critical as is the ability to work independently and as part of a team. Alongside their own research, this position will involve the postdoctoral fellow day to day mentoring activities of more junior students and trainees in the lab. Please email Dr. Obhi at: ac.retsamcm|ihbo#ac.retsamcm|ihbo for more information.

University of Iowa Two multiyear postdoctoral positions available in the Sleep Development Lab of Mark Blumberg in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences (https://psychology.uiowa.edu/blumberg-lab). First, we are beginning a 5-year NIH-funded longitudinal project to study the development of sleep and sleep-related movements in very premature infants in the NICU and in the sleep laboratory after discharge. Second, we also investigate the neurobiological mechanisms and functions of sleep in developing rats. Postdocs in the lab are provided with the resources and freedom to develop and pursue independent projects; there are also numerous opportunities for professional development beyond the laboratory. Email Mark Blumberg (ude.awoiu|grebmulb-kram#ude.awoiu|grebmulb-kram) with questions.

Western Washington University Two-Year Teacher-Scholar Postdoctoral Fellow - Psychology Department, Behavioral Neuroscience Program; [job ad]; position starts 9/16/22, review begins 8/15/22. Courses to be taught are undergraduate introductory Behavioral Neuroscience, Experimental Methods and Neuroscience Communication, Psychopharmacology, and advanced Behavioral Neuroscience (seminar). An additional course with compensation is possible during the summer 2023 term. There are no committee expectations with this position. The Fellow is also expected to engage in Neuroscience research that involves undergraduates, supported with Program space and resources.


Open Area

Florida State University (Postdoctoral Fellow (1 year, possibly renewable?) to study the impact of spiritual activities on physical and relationship health. Candidates should have a Ph.D. or be near completion of a Ph.D. in a relevant discipline. Familiarity with observational coding, statistical methods used to study couples (e.g., multilevel modeling, APIM) and experiment generating software (e.g. Media Lab, ePrime) would be advantageous. Start date 15 Aug 2022.)

Spelman College (Postdoctoral Research Associate; [https://spelman.peopleadmin.com/postings/4232]. 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. Start date is negotiable.)

Stanford University (Postdoctoral Fellow). The Department of Anthropology at Stanford University seeks a postdoctoral fellow to participate in a Templeton-funded project on spiritual presence and mind that uses both ethnographic and experimental methods, combining anthropology and psychology. Most but not all data are collected. The ideal candidate will have well developed statistical methods skills. Applicants holding PhDs from anthropology, psychology and sociology and related fields are encouraged to apply. Skill in statistical methods and an interest in the questions is more important than prior work in the area. The position is for one year, renewable to two, with a starting salary of $70,000 or commensurate with experience and skill. The start date is flexible but could begin this autumn. Please contact Tanya Luhrmann (ude.drofnats|nnamrhuL#ude.drofnats|nnamrhuL) for further details. We will ask for a letter of interest, a vita, three academic references and a sample of writing including evidence of statistical methodology. Review of applications will begin immediately.

The University of Connecticut School of Medicine POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP for a social, personality, clinical or health psychologist with interests in daily process/experience sampling methods and their applications to alcohol use, chronic pain, stress and coping, or other daily behaviors and experiences. As part of this NIAAA-funded postdoctoral fellowship through UConn School of Medicine’s Alcohol Research Center (ARC), fellows will work with existing and ongoing data sets related to alcohol use and other daily outcomes in a variety of populations. Experience in multi-level modeling (e.g., HLM) or other longitudinal techniques (e.g., latent variable growth modeling) is desirable, but not essential. Fellows must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents and possess a doctoral degree. Salary is determined by NRSA regulations. Reviews start immediately and will continue on a rolling basis. Please send a CV, three recommendation letters, recent publications, and a cover letter describing research interests and career plans to: Howard Tennen: ude.chcu|nennet#ude.chcu|nennet.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Postdoctoral Associate, Open Area; Focus is on sexual violence prevention among Indigenous youth; job ad; deadline 10/03/22)

University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Postdoctoral Associate, Open Area; Focus is broad prevention of/response to sexual and related forms of violence; job ad; deadline 10/03/22)

Yale University POSTDOC (2 years) for a scholar with expertise in Bayesian modeling to work on a project exploring neurocognitive fingerprints related to adolescent development. https://modlab.yale.edu/sites/default/files/files/PostDocAdFingerprint.pdf

Yale University POSTDOC (2 years) for a scholar interested in exploring the effects of substance use, as well as environmental, social, genetic, and other biological factors on the developing adolescent brain. https://modlab.yale.edu/sites/default/files/files/PostDocAd.pdf

University of Delaware Postdoctoral position in the Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-Up (ABC) Lab, supervised by Dr. Mary Dozier. The primary responsibility for this position will be supervising home visitors who are disseminating the ABC intervention at national and international sites. Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Social Work, or related field. Work can be conducted remotely. Hours would count toward licensure if relevant. More information here: job ad.

Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Postdoctoral fellow in child and adolescent health, wellbeing, and development. More information at [https://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/education/clinical/fellowship/gen-peds/contact].

Children's National Postdoctoral scholar in the areas of child interventions/implementation research, digital mental health, school mental health and/or ADHD. Mentorship is provided by Dr. Melissa Dvorsky. Fellow has protected time for publications and grant writing and opportunities to contribute to the development of technology-enhanced school intervention, among other school and community-based projects. Please email gro.lanoitansnerdlihc|yksrovdm#gro.lanoitansnerdlihc|yksrovdm to apply and inquire. Review begins immediately. See the following link for further details: [https://bit.ly/3eUmX7R].


Quantitative

Stanford University (Postdoctoral position with PI Tanya Luhrmann) (See posting under Open Area)

Yale University POSTDOC (2 years) for a scholar with expertise in Bayesian modeling to work on a project exploring neurocognitive fingerprints related to adolescent development. https://modlab.yale.edu/sites/default/files/files/PostDocAdFingerprint.pdf


School

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Social & Personality

New York University Abu Dhabi (Post-Doctoral Associate position with PI Andrea Vial; [https://apply.interfolio.com/113630]; deadline 10/30/2022).

University College Dublin (see listing under Developmental).

Florida State University (Postdoctoral Fellow to study the impact of spiritual activities on physical and relationship health) (See posting under Open Area)

Spelman College (see listing under Open Area).

Stanford University (Postdoctoral position with PI Tanya Luhrmann) (See posting under Open Area)

Teachers College, Columbia University (Postdoctoral Research Scientist). The Education for Persistence and Innovation Center (EPIC, [https://epic.tc.columbia.edu/]) at Teachers College, Columbia University is looking for a full-time postdoctoral research scientist to help lead a research project on predictors of employees’ investment and success in their work. The position is expected to last at least 2 years with possibility for extension and comes with a research fund to conduct studies in the US and other countries. The successful candidate will be (1) passionate about understanding the achievement motivation and job performance research literatures; (2) skilled at creating revealing measures and data analysis; (3) strong in writing and communication skills; (4) good in interviewing skills; and (5) effective in supervising graduate students working on the project. Knowledge of machine learning and related research areas are not required, but could be useful. Candidates must have a Ph.D. or be on schedule to obtain one in cognition, cognitive development, motivation, social, organizational, or personality psychology. Ideal starting date is 9/15/2022 but this is flexible if needed. If you are interested, please send your vita, 1 exemplar publication or writing to Xiaodong Lin at ude.aibmuloc.ct|nilx#ude.aibmuloc.ct|nilx and Daniel Yu at moc.oohay|yp_nad#moc.oohay|yp_nad. Reviews start immediately and will continue on a rolling basis. Full ad here: https://employment.tc.columbia.edu/cw/en-us/job/510126/postdoctoral-research-scientist

University of Central Florida Postdoc position in the Adult Development and Decision Lab (see listing under Cognitive)

University of Chicago (Provost Postdoctoral Fellow (Instructor); job ad; review begins 10/17/22)

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Postdoctoral Scholar; [https://psychology.illinois.edu/system/files/2022-09/Postdoc-Research-Associate-Social.docx]; deadline 10/01/22)

University of Toronto (Postdoctoral Fellow; The Population Well-being lab (PI: Dr. Felix Cheung) is looking for a Postdoctoral Fellow to join us to study population-level determinants and consequences of subjective well-being using representative datasets with over 8 million participants. We are especially interested in strengthening our on-going research on war and conflict in collaboration with Syrian and Ukrainian researchers. Please feel free to reach out to me at ac.otnorotu|gnuehc.f#ac.otnorotu|gnuehc.f; job ad)

University of Wisconsin-Madison (Post-Doctoral Research Associate; Social Psychology; job ad; review begins 6/6/22)

Washington University in St. Louis (Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Diversity Science Lab (PI - Calvin Lai). Dr. Calvin Lai is hiring a Postdoctoral Research Associate for August 2022. This is a two-year, full-time position with benefits. The position will be yoked to the standard NIH postdoc stipend levels. The primary project is a diversity intervention to combat inequality with immersive methods. The position is ideal for social scientists interested in diversity invention, affective science, or prejudice and stereotyping. The review process begins June 8, 2022 but we will continue to evaluate applications on a rolling basis until the position is filled. If you have questions about the position, or are waiting to hear back on the position while under time pressure (e.g., a competing offer), feel free to email Dr. Calvin Lai at ude.ltsuw|ialnivlac#ude.ltsuw|ialnivlac. Please see this job ad for more information about the position and instructions on how to apply.


McMaster University (Postdoctoral Fellow in the Social Brain, Body & Action Lab (PI - Sukhvinder Obhi). Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral fellowship to work with Professor Sukhvinder Obhi at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada. The appointment is expected to be for two years and the research focus is on self-other processing (broadly defined) in the context of social hierarchies, including a focus on key themes of power and social diversity. Research in the lab employs a combination of cognitive neuroscience and social psychological methods and approaches. The ideal candidate will have a PhD in Social Cognitive Neuroscience (or similar) and have expertise in any, or preferably all, the following: electroencephalography (EEG), transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), experimental design, data processing and statistical analysis, and programming for experiment creation, for example using Python, MATLAB, or similar. In addition, high quality writing and communication skills are critical as is the ability to work independently and as part of a team. Alongside their own research, this position will involve the postdoctoral fellow day to day mentoring activities of more junior students and trainees in the lab. Please email Dr. Obhi at: ac.retsamcm|ihbo#ac.retsamcm|ihbo for more information.

Wake Forest University (Postdoctoral Fellow in Personality Psychology; job ad; review starts 9/1/22 until position is filled). The Department of Psychology at Wake Forest University invite applications for a three-year post-doctoral research fellowship beginning in December 2022 (or August 2023 under special circumstances). We are seeking a thoughtful, detail-oriented, and intellectually motivated individual to play a central role in implementing and disseminating innovative research on clarifying the personality trait profile of good thinkers and knowers. The position is funded by a research grant from the John Templeton Foundation. The candidate will work primarily with Drs. Eranda Jayawickreme (Psychology & Program for Leadership and Character) and William Fleeson (Psychology).

Other

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University of Illinois at Chicago Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Center for Dissemination and Implementation Science. Apply here: https://go.uic.edu/CDISPostDoc

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