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Postdoc in computational modeling of language at the University of Maryland
We invite applications for a postdoctoral position in computational modeling of language at the University of Maryland, co-advised by NaomiFeldman and Jan Edwards. The postdoc will be part of an NIH-funded project, in collaboration with Pat Shafto at Rutgers University-Newark, that uses models of pedagogical reasoning to predict which language interventions will be most effective for helping children with Specific Language Impairment learn grammatical morphemes. Experience with probabilistic models of language acquisition and interests in morphological processing and/or language disorders would be helpful, but anyone who is interested in the position is encouraged to apply.
The appointment can be made through either the Department of Linguistics, the Institute for Advanced Computer Studies, or the Language Science Center. The starting date is flexible, and can be August 1, 2018 or later. The initial appointment will be through summer 2019, with the possibility of extension.
The University of Maryland is home to an extensive interconnected network of over 200 language scientists that spans 22 different departments and centers (http://languagescience.umd.edu). The person hired for this position will have opportunities to interact regularly with colleagues from linguistics, hearing and speech, computer science, and other units on campus, and will be a member of the Computational Linguistics and Information Processing Lab (http://clip.umiacs.umd.edu). The PIs are committed to supporting the success of trainees who belong to groups that
are underrepresented in academia and in computing.
To apply, please send a CV, research statement, writing sample, and contact information for three references to email@example.com (letters are not needed as part of the initial application). Review of applications will begin July 2 and will continue until the position is filled.
The Center for Autism Research Excellence (CARE) at Boston University is looking for a post-doctoral fellow to work on a project investigating auditory processing in adolescents with autism spectrum disorder on a newly-funded interdisciplinary research program, which is a collaboration between Boston University (PI: Helen Tager-Flusberg; Barbara Shinn-Cunningham) and Carnegie Mellon University (PI: Lori Holt).
We are looking for an energetic scientist who is interested in exploring how purpose-built videogames can be used to probe and lead to changes in auditory processing in adolescents with ASD behavioral and neural measures in the context of a randomized controlled trial. The ideal applicant will have a strong research background, technical and programming expertise, as well as experience collecting and analyzing behavioral and electrophysiological (EEG/ERP) data. Some experience working with people with ASD is preferred.
The Post-Doctoral Researcher will have primary responsibilities in managing and carrying out all aspects the research program. Responsibilities include:
· Piloting the suite of videogames with adolescents with ASD providing iterative feedback to the developers at CMU
· Training and supervision of students and other project staff
· Data collection for the randomized controlled trial in the lab and home including both behavioral assessments and auditory ERP experimental measures
· Analyzing the gaming data
· EEG/ERP and behavioral data processing and analysis
· Write-up and dissemination of findings for reports, conference presentations and peer-reviewed publications
· Ph.D. in Psychology, Neuroscience or a related field
· Experience working with children/adolescents in research settings, preferably including individuals with ASD
· Training in two or more of the following areas: cognitive science/cognitive neuroscience, neuroimaging/ electrophysiology , autism research
· Programming skills (e.g., MATLAB; Python) and proficiency with statistical programs and analyses (e.g., R, SPSS)
· Excellent interpersonal leadership skills, writing and organizational skills
· Strong record of scholarly accomplishments
The position will start summer/fall 2018 with a minimum of a two-year commitment.
Interested candidates should send a CV, cover letter, research statement and contact information for three professional references to Helen Tager-Flusberg, Ph.D. (firstname.lastname@example.org)<mailto:email@example.com)> and Chloe Adams Agarwal (Center Administrator) – firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>.
To learn more about the Center, please visit our website: www.bu.edu/autism<http://www.bu.edu/autism>
Behavioral Science Training in Drug Abuse Research Predoctoral Fellowship
The BST program has one last fellowship to award to a graduate student planning to write a dissertation on an aspect of substance use. To learn more about our fellowship program visit our website HERE or type wp.nyu.edu/bst in your browser. Interested candidates should submit an application as soon as possible to be considered for a fellowship to start June 30th.
More details here: PREDOC announcement NYU 041518
Post-doctoral Position, Département d’Etudes Cognitives (DEC) of the Ecole Normale
Supérieure in Paris
A post-doctoral position requiring strong analytic skills for an exciting project on estimating parental investment from naturalistic data. More information about the project and the position can be found on: https://goo.gl/v4Vpc
Faculty Opening at Emerson College
Opening for an open-rank tenure track faculty position in CSD at Emerson College. The ad can be viewed here: CSD_facultyposition.FA18
Yale School of Medicine Research Position
The Department of Urogynecology at the Yale School of Medicine is accepting applications for a Research Coordinator position. Master’s degree required. Position will involve participation in a nationwide Research Consortium dedicated to the prevention of Lower Urinary Tract symptoms in women and girls. More details in job posting: Yale School of Medicine research position
New Language Development posts at the MPI for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen
The new Language Development department at the MPI for Psycholinguistics has been up and running for 18 months, and we are now in phase *2* of recruitment. We have the following posts available. Please spread the word. You can also find out more about the new department here: http://www.mpi.nl/departments/language-development
Postdoctoral researcher in computational/cognitive modelling, working with me and Evan Kidd: (Deadline Friday 18th May (in 5 days time!)) http://www.mpi.nl/people/vacancies/postdoctoral-research-position-in-computational-cognitive-modelling
Postdoctoral researcher in children’s language processing, working with Evan Kidd’s new research group. (Deadline Friday 1st June): http://www.mpi.nl/people/vacancies/postdoctoral-research-position-in-children2019s-language-processing
A PhD/Drupal developer to work with the Language Archive team (rolling recruitment, no deadline): http://www.mpi.nl/people/translations_vacancies/php-drupal-developer
Two Dutch speaking student assistant posts (deadline Friday 1st June): http://www.mpi.nl/people/vacancies/twee-vacatures-student-assistenten
Prof. dr. Caroline Rowland
Director, Language Development Department
Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
Wundtlaan 1, 6525 XD NIJMEGEN, The Netherlands
Phone: +31 (0)24 3521 242
Psychological Associates of Warwick (PAW) is a group private practice that provides psychological services in Rhode Island. They are seeking psychologists who are experts in the provision of evidence-based practices for Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). More details here: Psychologist Ad Indeed (PAW)
Postdoctoral Position to Study the Neural Circuitry of Memory
POSTDOCTORAL POSITION available immediately for an NIH funded project investigating hippocampal-neocortical interactions supporting learning and memory. We will use high volume neuronal recordings and local field potentials in behaving rats, in combination with optogenetic and chemogenetic methods for manipulating specific pathways in order to study the functional interactions between the hippocampus and various neocortical brain regions, especially the retrosplenial cortex. Qualified applicants should have a Ph.D. in neuroscience, psychology or a related field. Candidates with a background in math or engineering and an interest in neuroscience are also encouraged to apply. Previous experience with any of the above-mentioned techniques is desirable but not required. Salary is commensurate with NIH guidelines and applicant experience. The start date is flexible and applications will be considered until a suitable candidate is found. Interested applicants should direct inquiries to David M. Smith, Ph.D., Department of Psychology, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, http://people.psych.cornell.edu/~dms248/.
Postdoctoral Research Position in Computational/cognitive modelling
The Language Development Department at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in the Netherlands is offering a 3-year postdoctoral position, available for a computational/cognitive modeller, from 1st September 2018.
Language Development Department
Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
The successful candidate will work with senior members of the department (Prof. Caroline Rowland, Dr. Evan Kidd), and with large existing datasets, with the goal of building explanatory models of individual differences in first language acquisition.
The datasets are:
• The Language05 Project: A longitudinal project following 80 British English children from 6 months to 5 years of age, with the goal of building a comprehensive picture of language development from the very beginning through to school readiness. The corpus includes naturalistic day-long recordings and video recorded interactions, behavioural measures, and questionnaire and standardized measures of cognitive, socio-cognitive and language development.
• The Canberra Longitudinal Child Language Project: A longitudinal project following 120 Australian English children from the ages of 9 month to 5 years, with a focus on mapping individual variation in children’s on-line language processing, input, and their acquisition. The corpus includes measures of on-line processing (EEG, eye-tracking), naturalistic day-long recordings and video recorded interactions, questionnaire and behavioural measures of language.
• A PhD in computer science, cognitive science, psychology, linguistics, physics, mathematics, philosophy, or a related discipline.
• Expertise in one or more approaches to modelling human behavioural processes. The type of modelling approach is open; the successful candidate will be expected to bring their own research ideas to the project.
• Excellent written and spoken English. The language of the Institute is English, so knowledge of Dutch is not required.
• Experience working with linguistic data is desired but not necessary.
Conditions of employment:
• The position is available from 1st September, 2018, though start date is negotiable.
• Full-time position (39 hours per week) with a term of appointment of 3 years.
• The salary is according to the German TVöD (Tarifvertrag für den öffentlichen Dienst) and is classified in salary group E13 (depending on the experience of the applicant between EUR 3.657,34 and EUR 5.523,65 gross per month, based on a full-time employment).
• All research staff have access to state-of-the art research and training facilities and a generous conference and travel budget.
The MPI for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, is the only research institute in the world entirely devoted to the study of language. Our goal is to understand how our minds and brains process language, how language interacts with other aspects of mind, and how we can learn languages of quite different types. We are situated on the campus of the Radboud University, and have close collaborative links with the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour and the Centre for Language Studies at Radboud University.
The MPI is part of the Max Planck Society, an independent non-governmental association of German-funded research institutes dedicated to fundamental research in the natural sciences, life sciences, social sciences, and the humanities. The Max Planck Society is an equal opportunities employer. For further details please see our website: http://www.mpi.nl
Please send the following documents in a single PDF file by Friday 18th May to Nanjo Bogdanowicz at email@example.com
Applications should include:
• A 2-page statement of research interests.
• A CV, which should include a list of publications.
• Contact details for three referees.
• Details of your availability for interview in person or via Skype on Wednesday 6th and Thursday 7th June 2018. Note that, if invited to interview, you will be provided with further information about the datasets, and will be asked to present a draft research plan.
Post-doc at Penn State Center for Language Science
The Center for Language Science (CLS) at The Pennsylvania State University (http://cls.psu.edu) invites applications for a postdoctoral position. The CLS is home to a cross-disciplinary research program that includes the NSF training program, ‘Partnerships for International Research and Education (PIRE): Translating cognitive and brain science in the laboratory and field to language learning environments’ that was awarded to The Pennsylvania State University and the University of California, Riverside. The program provides training in translational research on language learning and bilingualism that includes an international perspective and that exploits opportunities for collaborative research conducted with one of our international partner sites in the UK (Edinburgh), Spain (Granada), Poland (Kraków), The Netherlands (Nijmegen and Groningen), Germany (Braunschweig), Colombia (Medellín), Brazil (Campinas), Mexico (Mexico City), and China (Hong Kong and Beijing) and in conjunction with our domestic partner sites at Gallaudet University, Haskins Laboratories, the University of South Carolina, the University of New Mexico, and the University of Puerto Rico. This research focuses primarily on the themes of language learning across the lifespan, the role of instructional approaches for successful language learning, and the role of diverse social environments for language learning.
We welcome applications from candidates with preparation in any of the disciplines that contribute to our program and with experience in translational research (e.g., outreach activities in schools and other learning contexts where the research conducted by PIRE faculty is relevant). The successful candidate will benefit from a highly interactive group of faculty whose interests include bilingual language processing, language acquisition in children and adults, language contact, and aging, among other topics. Applicants with interests in these topics and with an interest in extending their expertise within experimental psycholinguistics and cognitive neuroscience are particularly welcome to apply. There is no expectation that applicants will have had prior experience in research on bilingualism but we expect candidates to make a commitment to gain expertise in research on bilingualism using research methods from among the techniques represented by our groups. Questions about faculty research interests may be directed to relevant core training faculty: Psychology: Michele Diaz, Ping Li, Janet van Hell, and Dan Weiss; Spanish: Rena Torres Cacoullos, Matt Carlson, Giuli Dussias, John Lipski, and Karen Miller; Communication Sciences and Disorders: Carol Miller and Chaleece Sandberg; German: Carrie Jackson, Mike Putnam, Richard Page, and Katharina Schuhmann; French: Lisa Reed. Administrative questions can be directed to the Chair of the search committee, firstname.lastname@example.org. More information about the Center for Language Science (CLS), the PIRE program, and faculty research programs can be found at http://cls.psu.edu or http://pire.la.psu.edu.
The appointment will be for one year, with a start date of August 1, 2018. Salary will follow NSF/NIH guidelines. The PIRE funding requires that we restrict the search to U.S. citizens and permanent residents only. Applicants should upload a CV, several reprints or preprints, and a statement of research interests. This statement should indicate two or more core faculty members as likely primary and secondary mentors, and should describe the candidate’s goals for research and translational training during a postdoctoral position, including previous experience and directions in which the candidate would like to develop his/her expertise in the language science of bilingualism. Additionally, applicants should arrange for three letters of recommendation to be sent separately to Maryam Sinawa at email@example.com. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Candidates must have completed their Ph.D. by the time of appointment. Apply online at https://psu.jobs/job/78125
Psychologist Job Opening
Psychological Associates of Warwick is a Rhode-Island based private practice that provides diagnostic testing, assessment of ADHD, Autism and other psychological disorders. Serving Southeast New England and surrounding areas, our clinical team is made-up of licensed psychologists, social workers and other support staff who are dedicated to the patients we serve.
Psychological Associates of Warwick is now hiring full-time and part-time licensed and license-eligible psychologists to join our growing assessment team.
- Conduct comprehensive clinical psychological evaluations to assess difficulties with executive, emotional, social, educational, and/or behavioral functioning
- Utilize a flexible test battery based on the particular need of the patient
- Develop individualized empirically-supported recommendations
- Assist patients and families gain insight, define goals, and develop treatment plan in order to achieve personal, educational, social and/or vocational development
- Write an integrative report of testing results
- PhD or PsyD in psychology
- Current or license-eligible in Rhode Island (RI)
We offer competitive salaries, health insurance and dental. Psychological Associates of Warwick, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is our policy to make all personnel decisions without discriminating on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, physical disability, mental disability, age, marital status, sexual orientation, citizenship status, national or ethnic origin, and any other protected status.
Interested applicants should send resume and cover letter to:
Leslie Jackson, MBA
Psychological Associates of Warwick
275 West Natick Road, Suite 400 Warwick, RI 02886
Phone (401) 826-8875 ext. 404
Clinical Psych Tenure-Track Position at Missouri State University
The Psychology Department at Missouri State University is currently accepting applications for a tenure track assistant professor for our Clinical Psychology Program and we are seeking qualified applicants. The primary teaching responsibilities will be courses in the undergraduate curriculum, clinical graduate courses, and supervision of graduate student culminating experiences. The University is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and inclusive excellence of the academic community through their research, teaching, and/or service. Candidates must have a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology, Counseling Psychology, or a related field. ABD will be considered with an expected completion by state date. Application review will begin on April 20, 2018.
Individuals can find more detailed information and apply to the position at the following link: https://jobs.missouristate.edu/postings/38892
Please forward this information to anyone you believe may be interested in the position. Further information can be requested from Dr. Dave Lutz, Search Committee Chair: DavidLutz@missouristate.edu or 417-836-5830. Thank you very much for your time.
Eastern Illinois University – Psychology Department
The Department of Psychology at Eastern Illinois University invites applications for two full-time non-tenure-track instructors to begin August 2018. Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate courses in a variety of general areas (e.g., introductory psychology, statistics, research methods), as well as areas of expertise. While area of expertise is open, we are hoping to fill one position with an individual who has expertise in cognitive neuroscience.
A doctorate in psychology is required. ABDs will considered only if they can demonstrate that they complete their doctorate at the time of appointment or very soon thereafter. A demonstrated commitment to diversity and experience with promoting inclusive excellence is also required.
To apply, please submit the following: CV, and Letter of Application. Send application materials to John Mace, Chair; Psychology Department; Eastern Illinois University; 600 Lincoln Avenue; Charleston, IL 61920. Electronic applications to firstname.lastname@example.org are preferred.
Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until positions are filled.
Faculty Position Opportunity at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Institute for Trauma Recovery (UNCITR)
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Institute for Trauma Recovery (UNCITR) is searching for a psychologist/researcher interested in developing an NIH-funded career focused on understanding the recovery process after sexual assault, and/or developing early interventions to improve outcomes of sexual assault survivors. Primary faculty responsibilities will include developing a successful line of research and securing grant funding. A portion of time can also be spent in clinical practice if the candidate desires, and joint appointments with other departments (e.g., psychology) are available. The UNCITR serves as the Data Coordinating Center for the Better Tomorrow Network, the first ever large-scale research network dedicated to understanding and improving outcomes after sexual assault. Interested applicants may apply for the position via http://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/121467.
Psychology Post-Doc Opportunity at Sanford Behavioral Health Center
We are excited to announce an off-the-beaten-path postdoc training opportunity in the psychology department at Sanford Behavioral Health Center, Thief River Falls, Minnesota. This postdoc opportunity offers a psychology resident a chance to work in an inpatient hospital, outpatient clinic, providing group therapy, exploring health psychology, doing assessments, gaining experience in child and family therapy, as well as doing assessments and reports for the local courts while getting the supervision needed for licensure.
Due to an expansion of services and also some recent retirements we are looking for bright and flexible clinicians to join our five doctoral level psychologists, three Master s level therapists, and psychiatric department in a thriving comprehensive mental health program which provides inpatient, outpatient, residential, and community-based services to the region of northwestern Minnesota. Our psychologists, who are members of the medical staff, enjoy diversity of experience galore and function in an atmosphere which values innovation, teamwork, common sense, and dedication to satisfy customer needs.
There is a modest studio apartment available as a benefit, along with a salary of $25,000, health insurance, and 2 weeks vacation.
Historically the National Health Service Corps (NHSC) has scored this area near the highest possible score. This means individuals with qualifying student loans are likely to be accepted into the NHSC and receive monies to repay student loans after they become licensed and are hired by a qualifying site. More information on this program is available at: http://nhsc.hrsa.gov/
Sanford Medical Center Thief River Falls has 600 local employees and is part of an organization that is now 25,000+ employees strong and covers over 220,000 square miles. However, we remain a private, not-for-profit, 25 bed critical access hospital, medical clinic, stand-alone 16 bed acute care psychiatric hospital, and behavioral health outpatient clinic. We have a small town atmosphere with “big time” support.
Program development activities and innovations are continuous thanks to the creativity of our mental health providers and the support of our executive administration team. Some recent examples of this are: implementing integrated behavioral health services at the medical clinic, expanding the inpatient hospital from 10 to 16 beds (the first time since the 1980 s that our state legislature has approved more hospital beds in Minnesota!) and providing psychiatric and psychological services using telemedicine for people who do not have easy access for in-person treatment. We are making plans to include medical providers in the mental health specialty clinic in the future which will be included in the mental health home program that is currently being developed.
Thief River Falls is a comfortable community of about 8,500 brave souls who endure cold and unforgiving winters in exchange for clean air, wide open spaces, no parking meters, no waiting, a low crime rate, and the opportunity to live a generally uncluttered life. Although the community is not a bustling metropolis, neither is it an Arctic outpost. It boasts good shopping and recreational facilities, a moderate regional airport with low cost tickets to Minneapolis, and a modern school system which includes a community college and vocational education complex. In the past there has been a comment about dining opportunities and in fairness to everyone I would say we have made some improvements, but most people do not come here because of the culinary experiences (although you can now get draft A&W root beer and Papa-Burgers!).
Wildlife abounds in this area and the fishing is quite good. Two rivers wind through the community providing year-round recreational opportunities including canoeing, kayaking, water skiing, cross country skiing, and snowmobiling (remember that the snowmobile was invented here). Nearby Lake of the Woods (on the US/Canadian border) offers scenic beauty and some of the best fishing in the country.
Winnipeg, which is about a 2-1/2-hour drive from Thief River Falls, serves as a convenient weekend getaway from the unhurried pace of rural living. With its many fine restaurants and abundant cultural opportunities, ethnically diverse Winnipeg delivers the benefits of a far larger city in a delightfully compact and manageable package, at a surprisingly affordable price.
Grand Forks, North Dakota, a one-hour drive from Thief River Falls, is home of the University of North Dakota and an APA accredited doctoral clinical training program.
We are looking for a bright, flexible individual who is interested in gaining clinical skills and experience in a broad range of problem areas, settings, and clientele. There will be opportunities to provide hospital consultation, assessment and psychotherapeutic services as requested by the counties, court, and community, as well as the ability to pursue individual clinical interests.
The successful applicant will work in a setting in which psychologists work side by side with psychiatric, pediatric, internal medicine, and family practice providers in both specialty and integrated care settings. They will be part of an organization that has been committed for years to relying on psychologists as primary care providers. Finally, they will work with seasoned clinicians who have come here from all over the country and who have remained because they are hooked on the professional and personal opportunities that have been made available.
The hazard of frostbite notwithstanding, this is a superb opportunity for a resourceful individual who would like to provide compassionate care in an appreciative and resourceful community. Although we are admittedly out of the mainstream, psychology has many and varied opportunities here in Thief River Falls, Minnesota.
To hear more about this opportunity, please call me at (218)683-4351 or e-mail your vita to email@example.com.
Rene Mooney, PsyD, LP
Behavioral Health Psychology Department
Sanford Behavioral Health Center
Thief River Falls, MN
Neuroscience Research Assistant Professor Position at Binghamton University
Binghamton University began a Freshman Research Immersion (FRI) program in AY2014-15, in which teams of research faculty design research courses and then work with a Research Assistant Professor who oversees the day-to-day research of the students. The undergraduates proceed through three courses (basic research methods in the freshman fall, beginning research project in freshman spring, and then follow-up research in sophomore fall), with about 30 students per cohort. More detail about the FRI program is available at our web site. Also Short FRI video and Quotes from FRI students
The Neuroscience research stream began in fall 2014. The researchers who compose the faculty sponsoring-team are: Christopher Bishop (Neuroplasticity, Parkinson’s disease and psychopharmacology), Terrence Deak (Response and adaptation to psychologically stressful events) and Lisa Savage (Animal models of memory disorders, psychopharmacology). Undergraduates in this research stream have conducted behavioral pharmacology research evaluating the neurobiological basis of aberrant motor and cognitive behaviors in rodent models of neurological diseases. Current students are evaluating sex differences in neurochemical and gene expression changes in Parkinson’s disease using rats. Students in the FRI Neuroscience have already presented at the Annual Northeast Under/graduate Research Organization for Neuroscience (NEURON) (conference at Quinnipiac University, Hamden, CT) and as co-authors at the annual Society for Neuroscience. Future projects will reflect mutual interests of the faculty team (including the research assistant professor) and the students.
Here is what Corinne Kiessling (PhD in Behavioral Neuroscience), Research Assistant Professor for Neuroscience Research Stream, said about her experience with this program: “The FRI program provided mentored support while I developed novel research questions investigated with undergraduate researchers. I had access to a variety of motor, cognitive, and anxiety rodent behavioral testing equipment, as well as a designated wet lab space equipped with equipment for conducting high performance liquid chromatography coupled to electrochemical detection (HPLC-ED), RT-qPCR, Western Blots, Spectrophotometry, and immunohistochemistry. Weekly meetings with fellow research educators built a sense of comradery and community while we shared teaching and mentoring strategies. Overall, leading the FRI-neuroscience stream was an incredibly rewarding experience.”
Here is what another FRI Research Assistant Professors said about his experience with this program: “The FRI has been a unique experience as it directly combined both research and teaching. It gave me the experience of managing a research lab, while still having support from other faculty members. It allowed me to submit multiple high-quality papers to peer-reviewed journals, via managing 5-6 different, student team research projects. I also had the amazing opportunity to mentor and work with a diverse population of young college students who are excited at the opportunity to learn how to do research. The FRI has been an amazing experience for me, and the lessons that I have learned from it will continue to stand out as I progress throughout my academic career.”
We will hire a Research Assistant Professor, to begin in the Neuroscience research stream mid August 2018. Candidates must have a PhD before starting. This position is open to PhD’s with appropriate background in behavioral neuroscience. We expect that hires will be in this non-tenure track position for two-three years.
The position is formally advertised at Binghamton University’s Interview Exchange:
Neuroscience Research Assistant Professor
The College of Education at Wayne State University – Lecturer position
2018-2019 Academic Year
Educational Evaluation and Research Program Area – Division of Theoretical & Behavioral Foundations
The College of Education at Wayne State University invites applications for a lecturer position in Educational Evaluation and Research (EER) to begin in August 2018. The EER program is designed for students of all disciplines to obtain a career in quantitative and qualitative methodology, including research design, applied statistics, measurement/psychometrics, and program evaluation.
Essential Functions (Job Duties)
- Teach 8 classes per academic year (e.g., 3 Fall, 3 Winter, 2 Spring/Summer).
- Participate in collaborative efforts with colleagues in the Division, College, University and professional communities.
- A doctoral degree in Educational Evaluation and Research, Educational Measurement, Applied Social/Behavioral Science Statistics, or a closely related field.
- The successful candidate will be qualified to teach the following courses at the graduate level: (1) ANOVA/ANCOVA, (2) Classical Measurement Theory (3) Structural Equations, (4) Multivariate, (5) Item Response Theory, and (6) Quantitative Program Evaluation.
- University teaching experience.
- Qualified to teach introductory qualitative methodology courses at the graduate level.
Inquiries regarding all positions should be directed to: Mr. Joseph White, Chief of Staff (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Salary and Rank for above: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Application Procedures: Applicants must apply online at: https://jobs.wayne.edu, (search postings under “division”- College of Education for this position). Applications must include a letter of application/cover letter, curriculum vita, evidence of teaching effectiveness, official or unofficial transcripts, and names, addresses, and contact information for at least three references. Letters of reference will be required only from finalists. Please note: Applicants who are selected for this position will be asked to provide proof of degrees awarded before the hiring process is completed.
Application Deadline: The search committee will begin reviewing applications immediately, on a rolling basis.
Starting date: August, 2018.
Bradley Schools in Montville, CT – Opening for a doctoral level psychologist
The Bradley School New London Regional is located in Montville, CT. Bradley Schools across CT and RI are private educational programs for children and adolescents whose psychiatric, developmental, and/or emotional/behavioral needs impede school success in less-restrictive school settings. We are currently seeking a full time doctoral level Psychologist to join our dedicated and growing team of Special Education Teachers, Classroom Behavior Specialists and collateral service-providers (e.g., Speech/Language Therapists, OTs). Psychologists at Bradley Schools serve as classroom Team Leaders, providing clinical support/guidance for 2 to 3 classrooms of students ranging from grades K to 12. Many of our students qualify for special education under the categories of Emotional Disturbance or OHI-ADD/ADHD, although some students have primary disabilities, such as Developmental Delays or Autism.
The ideal candidate will have a doctoral degree in clinical, counseling, or school psychology from an accredited graduate program and will be licensed (or license-eligible) in CT. Prior experience in a mental health and/or school setting is preferred. We offer a competitive salary and benefit package. Interested candidates can contact Dr. Stephen Swartzlander by email at email@example.com or by phone at 860-367-0851.
Bradley School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, religion, disability, national origin and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, referral and admission policies, and other school-administered programs.
Visit www.bradleyschool.org for more information on the Bradley Schools in RI and CT.
Behavioral Science Training in Drug Abuse Research
PURPOSE: This fellowship program supports behavioral scientists from all disciplines
interested in learning about and developing careers in advanced research in the area of drug use and misuse.
THE RESEARCH AND TRAINING EXPERIENCE: Predoctoral Fellows will develop
knowledge of and skills in drug abuse research through hands-on experience and formal training. Dissertations may be on any topic related to drug abuse or infectious diseases related to drug abuse. Opportunities exist for working with senior project directors on current research projects. Examples of on-going projects include studies related to drug abuse and crime, intravenous drug use, HIV/AIDS, prenatal and maternal drug use, treatment of mentally ill drug abusers, teen drug use and psychosocial health, and evaluations of several treatment programs. Numerous data sets are available in these and other areas of drug abuse for developing thesis topics. In addition, Fellows may be enrolled at universities in the NY metropolitan area to take advanced courses on drug abuse research, related substantive topics, and research methodologies as deemed necessary to round out their professional expertise.
BENEFITS: Fellows receive an annual stipend of $23,844, health insurance, tuition and fees
and travel expense at the university where they are pursuing their degree. Predoctoral fellowships are awarded for a period of 12 months and are renewable for up to an additional 4 years.
SPONSOR: The BST program, NIDA’s largest and longest-standing behavioral sciences
training program is housed at the College of Nursing, New York University and is affiliated with the NIDA-funded Center for Drug Use and HIV/HCV Research, one of the nation’s premiere research centers focused on substance use and infectious diseases.
APPLICATION: Candidates interested in writing a dissertation on some aspect of drug abuse and with a serious interest in a career in drug abuse research are encouraged to apply.
Candidates who have completed their exams and are at the proposal writing or dissertation
research stages are given preference. Minority candidates are especially encouraged to apply.
U.S. citizenship or permanent resident (green card) status is required. Fellows must reside in the New York metropolitan area. Our website is currently under construction, so for more
information and application instructions, please e-mail the program staff.
To view the flyer and contact information click the Link.
Post-Doctoral Position in CBT – American Institute for Cognitive Therapy
The Institute is now accepting applications for a post-doctoral staff position that will begin September 2018. Please visit our website at www.CognitiveTherapyNYC.com.
Post-doctoral Fellows must have completed a PhD or PsyD from an APA clinical or counselling program and an APA approved internship and have a record of excellent clinical experience using CBT for a variety of clinical problems. Post-doctoral Fellows receive individual supervision, participate in the DBT team, co-lead groups, and participate in our didactic weekly conference led by Dr. Leahy. Our clinical staff of 12 therapists and three support staff provide clinical services and training for all the affective and anxiety disorders, eating disorders, DBT, personality disorders, trauma, OCD, couples, families, child and adolescent issues and other problems. Our staff are involved in active research projects and often publish or present papers at national and international conferences.
Dr. Leahy established the Center for Cognitive Therapy in 1985 and the American Institute for Cognitive Therapy in 1991 and our group is recognized internationally as an outstanding treatment and training center. Most of our senior staff also hold faculty appointments and supervise in psychiatry and clinical programs in medical schools and doctoral programs.
The American Institute for Cognitive Therapy is directed by Robert L. Leahy, Ph.D. Robert L. Leahy (B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Yale University) completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania Medical School under the direction of Dr. Aaron Beck, the founder of cognitive therapy. Dr. Leahy is the Past-President of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Past-President of the International Association of Cognitive Psychotherapy, Past-President of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy, Director of the American Institute for Cognitive Therapy (NYC), and Clinical Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry at Weill-Cornell University Medical School. Dr. Leahy is the Honorary Life-time President, New York City Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Association and a Distinguished Founding Fellow, Diplomate, of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. He has received the Aaron T. Beck award for outstanding contributions in cognitive therapy. He was Associate Editor of The Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy (serving as Editor 1998-2003). Dr. Leahy is now Associate Editor of The International Journal of Cognitive Therapy. He has served on the Scientific Advisory Committee of the National Alliance of the Mentally Ill. Dr. Leahy serves on a number of scientific committees for international conferences on cognitive behavioral therapy and is a frequent keynote speaker and workshop leader at conferences and universities throughout the world.
Interested applicants should send a letter of interest, CV and three letters of recommendation to Martin Viola, Research@CognitiveTherapyNYC.com. Applications will be accepted and reviewed until a suitable candidate is selected. More information here.
Dolce Postdoctoral Psychology Fellowship at Iona College Counseling Center
Iona College Counseling Center is accepting applications for the Dolce Postdoctoral Psychology Fellowship. This innovative fellowship program offers recent graduates of doctoral programs in clinical or counseling psychology the opportunity to expand the breadth of their clinical skills while earning the necessary supervised hours toward licensure. In a caring, balanced environment, Fellows deliver individual psychotherapy services addressing a broad range of clinical needs. Dolce Fellows have the unique opportunity to target their group counseling and outreach work to address the distinctive needs of neuro-atypical students, such as those with Autism Spectrum disorders.
The Iona College Counseling Center is a comprehensive mental health center, with a specialty in emerging adult clinical psychology. Our services are available to all undergraduate and graduate students matriculating at Iona College. We provide individual psychotherapy, crisis intervention, consultation, specialized clinical services for substance abuse and interpersonal violence, and outreach programs addressing a wide variety of concerns to the College community.
The Counseling Center’s deep commitment to providing excellent college mental health care is reflected in our highly sought-after externship program, which for over twenty years has offered excellent clinical training in a nurturing, mentoring environment. Our multidisciplinary staff, trained in a variety of treatment modalities, provides high-quality supervision encouraging trainees to hone their skills and expand upon their personal styles.
Counseling Center clients are a diverse group presenting a full spectrum of mental health needs, offering an excellent opportunity for clinical skill enhancement. Dolce Fellows work with students’ presenting concerns in the context of broader life transitions inherent to the emerging adult stage, including identity formation, individuation, relationship transition, trauma recovery, and behavioral choices. The Dolce Fellowship supports and expands Iona College’s substantial efforts to integrate and promote the success of neuro-atypical students by offering specialized outreach services. Dolce Fellows’ group and outreach work will play a powerful role in helping neuro-atypical students optimize their full academic potential, increase integration into the college community, and feel fully empowered to actualize their vision for the future.
More information: Dolce Postdoc Final – single pages
Brielle Stark-Adler, Ph.D.
Director of Counseling
Coordinator of Training
Iona College Counseling Center