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Assistant Professor of Psychology
West Texas A&M University
West Texas A&M University, a member of the Texas A&M University System located in Canyon, TX, invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Psychology position. The successful applicant will have specialization in School Psychology, Developmental Psychology, and/or Educational Psychology. This appointment will begin August 2024.

This full-time, 9-month, tenure-track assistant professor position will include responsibilities in teaching, research, and service. Responsibilities will include teaching psychology-related courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels (a total of 3 courses/9 credit hours per semester), communicating with current and prospective students, mentoring graduate student thesis projects, developing and maintaining a productive research agenda, and participating in professional service. The successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to create and deliver quality curricula for students from a wide range of diverse backgrounds. Opportunities for mentorship, workshops in pedagogy, and instructional support are available through the Terry B. Rogers College of Education and Social Sciences, Teaching Excellence Center, and Instructional Technology Services. Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Please view the link for the full job description, as well as details on how to apply!
Link: https://tamus.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/WTAMU_External/job/Canyon-TX/Assistant-Professor-of-Psychology_R-068804
Postdoctoral researcher
NYUAD
Working with PJ Henry on topics of sexuality and gender. See link for details.
Link: http://apply.interfolio.com/139569
Post-Doctoral Fellow
Tufts University
We (Drs. Aerielle Allen, Lisa Shin, and Sam Sommers) seek a post-doctoral fellow to join our team in its work on an NIH Transformative Award-funded project titled, Effects of Racism on Brain and Physiological Pathways to Health Disparities. In this research we aim to examine the brain, physiological, and psychological responses to the recollection of specific personal experiences with racism among participants who identify as Black or African American. The project will also use prospective smartphone-based ecological momentary assessment (EMA) methods to measure the frequency and severity of experiences with racism as they occur in daily life in real time, permitting the investigation of how these measures associate with brain, physiological, and health outcomes. The initial post-doctoral appointment will be for one year with a possibility for extension.


HOW TO APPLY:

Please send your Résumé and Cover Letter to all 3 co-PIs: aerielle.allen@tufts.edu, lisa.shin@tufts.edu, sam.sommers@tufts.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
Link: https://tufts.box.com/s/1f4q4gxjp6vto4cxhn6s0aodkc75shty
Research Associate - Computational Social Science and Intellectual Humility
UPenn/ UWaterloo
The Research Associate will work under the supervision of Professors Grossmann (Waterloo) & Tetlock (Penn) and contribute to research in computational social science, with a focus on Natural Language Processing and advanced data analysis of intellectual humility and judgement and decision-making. Responsibilities include NLP analyses (classification) of unique unstructured texts from experts, superforecasters and the public in terms of uncertainty, open-mindedness and intellectual humility, conducting multi-group multilevel analyses, and psychometric modeling. This is a limited contract for an associated, with tasks to be completed by August 2024.
Link: https://igorgrossmann.com/
Postdoctoral Fellow
National Institutes of Health
The Social and Behavioral Sciences Branch (SBSB) within NICHD has openings for
postdoctoral fellows. Fellows will join collaborative multi-disciplinary teams to investigate social, behavioral, and environmental determinants of health and health disparities across the life course.
Postdoctoral fellowships are available within research groups led by Dr. Bobby Cheon, Dr. Stephen Gilman, and Dr. Tonja Nansel. Over the next year, SBSB anticipates expanding its research on the developmental origins of disparities in cardiovascular disease.
The branch is seeking a Ph.D. or M.D. fellow (U.S. or visiting fellow). Prospective applicants are encouraged to reach out to SBSB’s principal investigators to discuss fellowship opportunities.
Applicants should submit a CV, statement of research interest, 3 letters of reference, official transcripts, and copies of up to 3 publications to Dr. Denise Haynie at denise_haynie@nih.gov.
Link: https://www.nichd.nih.gov/sites/default/files/inline-files/SBSB_PostDoc_Recruitment_2023.pdf
Full Time Research Assistant Position at UCLA Anderson School Of Management (Prof. Margaret Shih)
UCLA
We’re seeking a motivated Research Assistant to join our team and drive innovation in the fields of psychology and organizational behavior. As a Research Assistant, you will be at the forefront of developing, conducting, and managing research projects as designated by the faculty supervisor.

Key Responsibilities:

In this pivotal role, you’ll take the lead in executing major research projects and collaborating with faculty members to perform cutting-edge analyses. You’ll supervise volunteer research assistants and oversee various research studies, from design to data collection and analysis. Your role will involve managing research subject recruitment, preparing data for publication in top-tier academic journals, conducting literature reviews, drafting and revising papers, coordinating lab meetings, managing research budgets, and project coordination.

Additional Duties:

Your impact will extend beyond our campus as you coordinate research projects with external collaborators, both within and outside the US. This includes managing communication, deadlines, and workflow with external parties to ensure seamless collaboration.

Qualifications:

We’re looking for a candidate with a Bachelor’s Degree (or equivalent) in psychology, organizational behavior, or a related field, and with a strong proficiency in quantitative skills and tools like STATA or R. Familiarity with experimental research and exceptional communication and writing skills are required.

Preferred Skills:

While not mandatory, prior research assistant experience, especially with designing and conducting field and laboratory experiments, is strongly preferred. We also encourage those with ability to perform statistical analyses on large databases to apply. If you’re comfortable using tools like Qualtrics and online recruitment platforms, that’s a plus too.

Join us in driving forward impactful research and becoming an integral part of our dynamic team. Application deadline: March 15, 2024.

Link: http://hr.mycareer.ucla.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=88549
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