Job advertisements sent to the psychology faculty by other researchers, labs, or employers.
NOTE: This is not a replacement for the career center's website....it's not comprehensive. However, check here for summer opportunities, part time jobs, or post-graduate opportunities.
Posted February 3, 2015
Dr. Emily Balcetis and Dr. Tessa West, social psychologists at New York University, invite interested and enthusiastic undergraduates to apply for the NYU Center for Motivated Perception Summer Internship Program. The program runs JUNE 8 - JULY 31, 2015. Applications due MARCH 20, 2015. Interns will receive free NYU dorm housing, meal plans, and stipends to compensate for lost wages.
This program is fully funded by the National Science Foundation as a Research Experience for Undergraduates program. The internship will take a hands-on approach to training in experimental research design and behavioral statistics. Interns will receive training in eyetracking, psychophysiology, dyadic interactions and video analysis across multiple domains including emotion, health, relationships, jury decisions, and politics. Interns will receive guest lectures from notable professors, attend workshops developing research skills and professional development, learn data analysis, and shadow PhD students. Students will produce novel research, an APA-style manuscript, and will present their work at a conference. The program fosters a strong sense of community within and outside of the science labs. The program promotes interns as leaders and their development of the self as a scientist. Dr. Balcetis and Dr. West are committed to mentoring during and after the internship ends and helping students achieve their academic career goals by supporting participation in professional conferences and their applications to graduate school after the internship ends.
For more information about qualifications, application instructions, and intern responsibilities, visit the following website:
Posted February 1, 2015
Research Experience for Undergraduates
Spatial Intelligence and Learning Center, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
The Temple University REU Program sponsored by the National Science Foundation brings together a diverse group of summer interns to become part of an interdisciplinary team approach to the science of learning. We aim to provide students with a research experience that informs them regarding a wide variety of synergistic activities using different methodologies and populations, all coordinated on achieving the overall goal of the Spatial Intelligence and Learning Center (SILC), namely improving spatial learning and, ultimately, STEM learning.
About the Internship:
Our goal is to involve undergraduates in a team approach to science that coordinates basic and translational aims that will have an influence on the next generation of effort in the learning and cognitive sciences. This team approach goes beyond the boundaries of Temple, as SILC involves much cross-institutional collaboration. Summer interns will present their work at the fall All Hands SILC Meeting as a capstone experience, as well as attending a professional experience.
We are currently looking for rising juniors in psychology and other related majors. Interns in our lab will focus on a given research track while seeing each step of the research process. Duties include recruiting participants, assisting in stimuli design and creation, running participants, and coding and analyzing data. Interns will also take part in a spatial and cognitive sciences reading group that will provide a deeper understanding of our research. At the end if the internship, interns will attend a professional conference. There will be a stipend given to those who are accepted.
(1) Applicants are majors in psychology or related fields (2) Applicants must have proficiency in computer skills (3) Applicants must be reliable and able to commit at least 40 hours/week for 8 weeks between June and July 2015.
To apply to the REU Program at Temple University:
Posted January 30, 2015
Advancing Psychological Research with Technology
Western Kentucky University will be hosting a Summer 2015 National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program in psychology. The theme of the program is Advancing Psychological Research with Technology. Through this program, 8 undergraduate students will complete a 10-week internship, where they will each work closely with a faculty mentor on one or more research projects. Students will also participate in developmental workshops and activities related to topics such as ethics, research methods, statistics, computer software, and presentation skills.
Program participants will receive a $5,000 stipend, free on-campus housing, a food stipend, reimbursement for travel to/from the program, and funds to travel to a national or international conference upon completion of the program. More information about the program can be found on the program website - http://www.wku.edu/psychological-sciences/reu/overview.php.
Please distribute information about this unique program to any undergraduate student who has an interest in psychology. First generation college students, racial minorities, and students with one or more disabilities are especially encouraged to apply. The application deadline is March 16, 2015.
Jenni L. Redifer, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Western Kentucky University
1906 College Heights Blvd. #21030
Bowling Green, KY 42101-1030
Office: 3036 Gary Ransdell Hall
Posted January 20, 2015
Announcing the First Annual Diversity Weekend
Sponsored by the Department of Psychology at the University of Minnesota
The Department of Psychology at the University of Minnesota is pleased to announce its inaugural Diversity Weekend scheduled for April 8-10, 2015, on the Minneapolis campus.
Diversity Weekend is designed for individuals who are historically under-represented in psychology graduate programs and who are interested in learning about graduate training in the Department of Psychology at the University of Minnesota. This program will feature a coordinated set of formal and informal experiences designed to familiarize participants with strategies for constructing successful graduate-school applications, and to provide them with the opportunity to learn more about the experience of graduate education in our department.
Individuals who meet the following criteria are eligible to apply:
· Participants who are enrolled in a college or university as a junior or senior, or who have graduated within the last two years (i.e., 2012 or thereafter). Individuals currently enrolled in a terminal masters-level graduate program in psychology also are eligible.
Participants who identify as a member of groups historically under-represented in graduate training in psychology, including individuals from diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds, and participants who are first-generation college students or graduates.
· Participants who are committed to pursuing doctoral training in psychology in one of our programs of research: clinical science and psychopathology; counseling psychology; cognitive and brain sciences; industrial/organizational psychology; personality, individual differences, and behavior genetics; quantitative psychology/psychometric methods; or social psychology.
The costs of transportation and lodging will be covered for applicants selected to participate in this program. Interested individuals who are eligible to apply for this opportunity to visit the Department onApril 8-10, 2015 are required to provide the following information and materials:
· completed online application form that can be found at http://www.psych.umn.edu/diversityweekend/apply.html;
· copy of the applicant's undergraduate transcript (an unofficial copy will suffice);
· letter of recommendation from a faculty member familiar with the applicant;
· copy of the applicant's curriculum vitae or resumé.
The deadline for receipt of these materials is February 18, 2015 at 5 pm (CST). Applications will be reviewed during the last two weeks of February and selection notifications will be sent in the first week of March.
Applicants are encouraged to review the graduate program areas, including faculty profiles, prior to submitting their applications. For more information about the Department of Psychology at the University of Minnesota, please see http://www.psych.umn.edu.
Posted December 15, 2014
The State of Delaware's Division of Prevention and Behavioral Health Services (DPBHS) has recently been awarded federal funds to build a treatment network for transitional age youth (16-25) who show early signs of psychosis. As a condition of reward, the funder (SAMHSA) has requested that the DPBHS hire a youth coordinator to help engage youth and support them during their participation in this new program. Thus, we are seeking to fill this position with a young adult who has "lived experience" as a recipient of mental health services and can speak directly to the concerns of young people in treatment (e.g., stigma, confidentiality, being heard)
Specifically we are looking for a young adult (ages 22-35) contractor who will outreach to schools, identify community resources, and provide direct support. Other evaluation criteria include:
* Bachelor's degree or higher [Preferred];
* Demonstrated record of successfully engaging youth;
* Demonstrated experience with public relations or awareness campaigns;
* Technical proficiency with social media;
* Experience working with diverse populations;
* A Proposal that reflects excellent written communication skills.
Candidates must be former or ongoing recipients of mental health treatment; and be motivated and able to contribute to a project that is designed to keep 16-25 year olds in school, at work, with family and out of the hospital.
If you know someone who fits the above description, please tell them about this opportunity and recommend that s/he contact Charles (Chuck) Webb, the interim project director (see below).
Charles Webb Ph.D.
Director of the Office of Evidence-Based Practices
Division of Prevention and Behavioral Health Services
1825 Faulkland Road
Wilmington, DE 19805
Posted October 28, 2014
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Posted September 3, 2014
RESEARCH ASSISTANT IN THE BRAIN ASSESSMENT RESEARCH LAB
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD
Posted at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital & Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
The Brain Assessment Research Laboratory has an opening for a Research Assistant to begin immediately. We seek an energetic, well-organized, detail-oriented, responsible, and dedicated individual with excellent interpersonal skills to work full-time as a Research Assistant on a longitudinal clinical research project. This work is conducted at two locations in suburban Washington, DC, at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, and at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital in Fort Belvoir, Virginia. The Brain Indices research project involves assessment of brain structure and function in injured service members with mild traumatic brain injury. Patients are followed over time to evaluate clinical outcome, with an emphasis on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Brain indices include event-related brain potentials, MRI/DTI/SWI, and neurocognitive performance. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to,patient recruitment, scheduling, and interviewing; electrophysiological and neurocognitive testing; data processing, entry, and analysis; maintaining databases and files; word processing and preparation of figures and slides; and other duties in support of research projects. Requirements include an excellent academic record and research experience,
Posted April 9, 2014
We have several summer science teaching positions available for our Upward Bound Regional Math Science Center at Frostburg State University. These are for our three and five-week research projects. If you, co-workers, or qualifying students are interested please submit an application quickly. We also have a few male Tutor Counselor openings. We are currently reviewing and interviewing applicants. Information about our program, position details and summer program dates are available at http://www.frostburg.edu/clife/mscenter/ .
Regional Math Science Center
Frostburg State University
1-800-646-6004 (toll free)
Posted March 21, 2014
Research Assistant (Lab Manager) position available
Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute Roanoke, Virginia
A research coordinator (lab manager) is being sought for the labs of Dr. Pearl Chiu, Dr. Brooks King- Casas, and Dr. Stephen LaConte at the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute (http://research.vtc.vt.edu). Drs. Chiu, King-Casas, and LaConte's work centers on functional neuroimaging of healthy and clinical populations (e.g., mood/anxiety, substance, at-risk youth) with an emphasis on social neuroscience and reward-guided decision-making.
The research coordinator will be responsible for recruiting, screening, consenting, assessing, and generally maintaining good communication with research participants and collaborators. Additional duties include organizing project funds and preparing and tracking IRB protocols. The research coordinator is an essential member of the laboratory and will be generally responsible for having overall knowledge of all lab projects and managing day-to-day logistics of ongoing lab projects. The coordinator will be responsible for data collection from various modalities including: behavior, fMRI, fNIRS, EEG, genetic samples. Training will be provided for all aspects of the position. This is an excellent opportunity for candidates interested in graduate school in cognitive neuroscience and related fields. Preference will be given to candidates who are willing to make a two-year commitment.
Minimum requirements for the position include: 1) BA/BS in psychology, biology, engineering, or related field; 2) two years of research experience; 3) demonstrated organizational skills or experience with data management; 4) desire to succeed in a fast-paced research environment with multiple duties; 5) Demonstrated attention to detail, organizational skills, and excellent written and oral communication skills; 6) Proficiency with Word, Excel, and Powerpoint or equivalent.
Required application materials: Cover letter, CV/Resume, list of references. At least two letters of recommendation will be required prior to final consideration.
Consideration of applications will begin immediately, and will end when the position is filled. Expected start date is as soon as possible. Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and is committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Please apply at: http://www.jobs.vt.edu, posting #SW0140158 Pre-submission inquiries with CV may be sent to:
Chris Gioia, PhD
Clinical Research Coordinator
Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute
Posted February 21, 2014
TWO WEEKS LEFT TO APPLY to the Yale Cognition & Development Summer Internship!
Applications for the Yale Cognition & Development Lab's 2014 research internship program are now available on our website.
Our annual summer internship provides the opportunity for highly motivated undergraduate students to gain an intensive, hands-on research experience in cognitive science and developmental psychology in close partnership with our full-time lab members.
Complete information about our research and internship program, as well as required application materials and an FAQ page, can be downloaded from our website, www.yale.edu/cogdevlab
This year's internship will run from Mon, June 2 to Wed, July 30, 2014, and all applications should be received no later than Friday, March 7, 2014.
Questions not covered online about our program may be directed to the lab manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted February 17, 2014
The Prader-Willi Syndrome residential placement at Elwyn is a unique program that specializes in the treatment of individuals diagnosed with Prader-Willi Syndrome. Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS) is the most common known genetic cause of life-threatening obesity in children. Although the cause is complex it results from an abnormality on the 15th chromosome. It occurs in males and females equally and in all races. Prevalence estimates have ranged from 1:8,000 to 1:25,000 with the most likely figure being 1:15,000.
PWS typically causes low muscle tone, short stature if not treated with growth hormone, incomplete sexual development, and a chronic feeling of hunger that, coupled with a metabolism that utilizes drastically fewer calories than normal, can lead to excessive eating and life-threatening obesity. The food compulsion makes constant supervision necessary. Average IQ is 70, but even those with normal IQs almost all have learning issues. Social and motor deficits also exist. At birth the infant typically has low birth weight for gestation, hypotonia (weak muscles), and difficulty sucking due to the hypotonia which can lead to a diagnosis of failure to thrive. The second stage ("thriving too well"), has a typical onset between the ages of two and five, but can be later. The hyperphagia (extreme unsatisfied drive to consume food) lasts throughout the lifetime. Children with PWS have sweet and loving personalities, but this phase is also characterized by increased appetite, weight control issues, and motor development delays along with some behavior problems and unique medical issues.
The PWS residential program's goal is to provide intensive supervision and behavioral assessment and treatment services, offer integrated and targeted application of behavioral and pharmacological interventions as well as maintain food security and weight management plans. Individuals in the PWS residential program receive behavioral, psychiatric, developmental, social assessments, and interventions. Behavioral assessment and treatment strategies are derived from an applied behavior analysis (ABA) model. Caregivers practice implementation of the treatment plan in a variety of naturalistic settings under the supervision of a clinician to promote maintenance of treatment gains.
Direct Caregiver Position:
To Teach, counsel, supervise, and guide those served in the activities of daily living. Responsible for adhering to and documenting individual's program as directed by the Site Supervisor. Responsible for providing aggressive programming in the home and in the community. Responsible for adherence to standards, procedures, and schedules established by the Site Supervisors, in accordance with Elwyn's policy and Governmental Regulations.
Program Director of the Prader-Willi Program (Pod 5)
111 Elwyn Road
Elwyn, PA 19063
Phone: (610) 350-1656
Fax: (610) 565-3152
Posted February 5, 2014
The Upward Bound Program at Frostburg State University is currently seeking applicants to fill our summer tutor/counselor positions. We are looking for energetic, responsible individuals who want to make a difference in the lives of disadvantaged high school students and would greatly appreciate your help.
If you have any questions please feel free to call me at 301-687-4994. Visit our web site at http://www.frosturg.edu/upwardbound for more information about our program.
Frostburg State University
101 Braddock Road
Frostburg, MD 21532
Posted January 9, 2014
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Posted January 8, 2014
The University of Detroit Mercy (UDM) Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology is pleased to announce that we are accepting applications the Psychology Summer Enrichment Program (PSEP). We are recruiting economically and educationally disadvantaged undergraduate students from around the country in order to provide them with educational experiences aimed toward the goal of their applying to and being accepted by graduate programs in behavioral health.
The PSEP is being developed via a grant that the program has received from Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP) Supplemental Interprofessional Education Program-Behavioral Science. Undergraduate students who are accepted into the PSEP will have educational experiences in: -psychology, -working in an inter-professional model, - cultural competency, -preparation for the Graduate Record Exam, -exposure to basic clinical skills, and -exposure to settings in which psychologists work. The program is offered at no charge, and students will be housed on the UDM campus. Students will be provided with student mentors from the Doctoral Program and will have opportunities for educational experiences and interaction with students interested in other health professions. Students accepted into the program also receive financial aid information and counseling and receive a stipend for attending.
Posted December 6, 2013
The Regional Math Science Center at Frostburg State University, Frostburg, MD, is now accepting applications for Science, Math and English/Writing teachers, residential tutors/counselors and a residential head resident for our six week summer program. Information about our program, position details and summer program dates are available at http://www.frostburg.edu/clife/mscenter/ . Please feel free to share this email, our website, or post any of our attached job fliers. Thank you for sharing this job opportunity with your students and staff!
Regional Math Science Center
Frostburg State University
1-800-646-6004 (toll free)
About the Regional Math/Science Center
The FSU Regional Math/Science Center is a federally funded Department of Education Upward Bound program designed to help low-income, potential first generation college students, achieve their goals of attaining a college degree, specifically in the fields of math and science. Participants in the program attend a six-week summer session on the campus of FSU, where they are engaged in a scientific research project. The RMSC strives to develop exciting hands-on projects that are relevant to modern life.
While working on these projects the practical use of the scientific method is emphasized. Students must develop testable hypotheses, help design the study, collect the data needed, analyze the data, draw conclusions based on the data collected and finally present their study in both oral and written form. Students learn about peer review as they present their study progress each week to the other students in the program. They also learn to use the computer for data analysis, for data processing their formal report, and for developing a power point presentation that is presented to a panel of scientists and an audience of parents, university and public officials.
While at FSU students also participate in a variety of activities designed to promote strong study skills, and positive social behaviors as well as activities that provide recreational and cultural experiences.
FSU Is An AA/EOE. Appropriate Auxiliary Aids & Services For Qualified Individuals W/Disability Will Be Provided Upon Request. Please Notify In Advance. WWW.FROSTBURG.EDU
Posted November 13, 2013
RESEARCH COORDINATOR FOR LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF MILD TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY AND POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, Maryland
The Brain Assessment Research Laboratory in the Department of Psychiatry at the Uniformed Services University in Bethesda, Maryland, has an opening for a Research Coordinator to begin immediately.
We seek a Research Coordinator to work full-time on a longitudinal clinical research project. This work is conducted at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, MD, and Fort Belvoir Community Hospital in Fort Belvoir, VA. The research project, directed by Dr. Connie Duncan, involves assessment of brain structure and function in injured Service Members (with mild traumatic brain injury [TBI] or other injuries but no TBI). Subjects are followed over time to evaluate clinical outcome, with an emphasis on posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), as well as post-concussion symptoms, headache, emotional distress, and quality of life. Assessments include event-related brain potentials, neuroimaging, and neurocognitive and neurological tasks. Clinical interviews and self-report measures are also administered. The Research Coordinator is the primary point of contact for the study and will work with Dr. Duncan to execute all aspects of the investigation, including but not limited to:
- Subject recruitment and consent (establishing and maintaining contacts with clinical services, giving in-service presentations, developing and implementing plans to meet project goals, tracking patient flow, and recruiting and consent interviews)
- Tracking and managing the flow of subject scheduling and testing, scheduling as needed, and coordinating schedules with clinicians
- Subject testing, including clinical interviews, electrophysiological assessments, neurological and neurocognitive evaluations
- Maintaining patient records and databases, including data entry and data quality assurance
- Supervision of staff
- Administrative procedures, e.g., budgeting, purchasing, hiring
- Preparing amendments, submissions, and continuing reviews for IRBs
- Tracking and reporting on recruitment, study progress, and patient events to funding bodies of main clinical trial and affiliated sub-studies
- Maintaining contact with staff of other TBI studies and clinical providers
Posted October 4, 2013
RESEARCH ASSISTANTS IN THE BRAIN ASSESSMENT RESEARCH LAB &
BRAIN FITNESS CENTER
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD
Posted at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital
& Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
The Brain Assessment Research Laboratory and the Brain Fitness Center, has an opening for a Research Assistant to begin immediately.
We seek an energetic, well-organized, detail-oriented, responsible, and dedicated individual with excellent interpersonal skills to work full-time as a Research Assistant on two longitudinal clinical research projects. This work is conducted at two locations in suburban Washington, DC, primarily at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital in Fort Belvoir, Virginia, and also at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. The Brain Indices research project involves assessment of brain structure and function in injured service members with mild traumatic brain injury. Patients are followed over time to evaluate clinical outcome, with an emphasis on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Brain indices include event-related brain potentials, MRI/DTI/SWI, and neurocognitive performance. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, patient recruitment, scheduling, and interviewing; electrophysiological and neurocognitive testing; data processing, entry, and analysis; maintaining databases and files; word processing and preparation of figures and slides; and other duties in support of research projects. The Brain Fitness Center provides computer-based cognitive rehabilitation for service members with persistent complaints of cognitive dysfunction following traumatic brain injury. The incumbent will divide his or her time between the two projects.
Requirements include an excellent academic record and research experience, English fluency, a bachelor's degree, a car and valid driver's license. Previous experience with EEG/ERP recording, Excel, MATLAB, E-Prime, PowerPoint, and statistical packages (e.g., SPSS) is highly desirable. Demonstrated ability to work in a team-oriented environment and in a clinical context is essential. Some weekend work may be required, and flexible scheduling will be needed.
This position is ideal for someone who seeks experience in clinical research before going on to graduate school in psychology or medical school.
Posted June 3, 2013
Posted May 14, 2013
2) From Brenda Major
Psychological and Brain Sciences
UC Santa Barbara
A research assistant position is available in the Department of
Psychological & Brain Sciences at University of California Santa
Barbara with Dr. Brenda Major. Research will focus on the impact of
weight stigmatization on emotion, executive control processes,
psychophysiological responses, and behavior.
The duties of this position are diverse and will include assisting with
study design and preparation, contacting, scheduling and running
community participants, overseeing research assistants, performing
literature searches, completing paperwork associated with IRB and
grants, web page management, and generally helping with the
organization of projects underway in the lab. As such, we are looking
for an organized, detail-oriented person with at least a bachelor's
degree in Psychology, prior research experience, excellent writing and
management skills, good time-management, and proficiency in Microsoft
Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). An ideal candidate will also possess
one or more additional skills such as familiarity with data analyses
(SPSS), programming, or measurement of physiological responses (e.g.,
Primary consideration begins June 17, 2013; thereafter the position
will remain open until filled. Please visit
https://recruit.ap.ucsb.edu/apply/JPF00167 to apply. The Department is
especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity
and excellence of the academic community through research, teaching and
service. The University of California is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
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UNIQUE INSTRUCTOR OPPORTUNITY
Youth Conflict Resolution Instructor
In the upcoming 2013-14 school year, the Marcus L. Ware Foundation will implement its Youth Conflict Resolution Training program into a local Dover school. Training will include: interactive workshops, life skill building activities, structured listening, and group conversation. This course will teach youth how to identify, understand and deal with conflict, for example:
· What is conflict
· Styles of conflict
Our goal is to teach and practice principles of conflict resolution that empowers youth to work on creating change within themselves and their communities.
We have a part time instructor opportunity for an energetic and organized teacher (2 hrs. per day Mon -Thurs.). In this role, you will teach Conflict Resolution to school grades 5-10 within a group setting at a behavioral alternative facility in Dover, DE. This position is ideal for college students/grads with a focus on behavioral/at risk kids.
- Teaching certification, with Special Education certification/licensed preferred
- Minimum 1-2 years of teaching experience
- Must be able to pass criminal background check
- Some experience working with kids in middle to high school
- Experience creating lesson plans across academic disciplines
- Ability to manage a high-quality, age appropriate curriculum to successfully engage children and foster
physical, emotional, cognitive and social development
- Strong group management skills with children
- Patience and compassion for children who learn in different ways
We are scheduling interviews with applicants for Tuesday, April 30, 2013.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING RESUMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2013.
Professor Nicole Stephens is seeking a part-time (30 hours/week) Technical Research 2 (Working Title: Lab Manager) for the Culture, Diversity and Inequality Lab at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. This position would start in the summer or fall of 2013 and last for one year with the possibility to extend the position for a second year. This position would be an excellent fit for an individual looking to strengthen her/his research skills before applying to graduate school in social psychology, organizational behavior, or a related field of behavioral science.
This critical role:
· Oversees day-to-day research being conducted, including general research project management, data collection in lab, field, and online environments, programming surveys (e.g., via Qualtrics), managing participant recruitment, creating/modifying IRB proposals, processing data, revising/editing manuscripts, assisting with PowerPoint presentations, training and supervising undergraduate research assistants, and scheduling studies and research meetings;
· Cultivates her/his own research agenda when given the opportunity.
· Applicants must hold a Bachelor's degree in psychology, organizational behavior or a related field of behavioral science.
· Applicants must be extremely conscientious, self-motivated, and organized.
· Applicants must have the ability to proactively manage teams of undergraduate research assistants working on multiple research projects.
· Applicants must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
· Applicants must have strong computer skills (e.g., knowledge of SPSS, Qualtrics, Excel, PowerPoint, and Photoshop).
· Applicants should have experience with research in psychology or a related field of behavioral science.
· Applicants should have a strong interest in culture (e.g. race, class, gender), diversity, inequality, or intergroup relations.
· Applicants should submit a resume (including a section listing the name/contact information for 3 references) and a 1-page cover letter describing their qualifications, relevant experience, and research interests.
Northwestern University is an equal opportunity employer and strongly believes in creating an environment that welcomes students, faculty and staff of all races, nationalities and religions. In doing so, we offer our students the opportunity to learn and grow in diverse communities preparing them for successful careers in an increasingly global and diverse work force.
For consideration, please click on the link below. You will be directed to Northwestern University's electronic recruiting system, eRecruit, where you will search and apply for current openings. To apply for this position in eRecruit, enter the Job Opening ID number in the appropriate search field. Once you apply, you will receive an email confirming submission of your resume. For all resumes received, if there is interest in your candidacy, the human resources recruiter or the department hiring manager will contact you. Job Opening ID number for this position is 20768.
Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Daniel Gilbert's Lab at Harvard University is accepting applications for volunteer research assistants for the summer. The ideal candidate is a motivated undergraduate or recent graduate with a keen interest in social psychology. Research experience is an asset but not a necessity.
Research topics relate to affective forecasting, the role of shared experience, altruism, self-knowledge, and judgment and decision making. Interns work approximately 35 hours a week; this includes study preparation, data collection (in the lab and in the field), analysis, and lab meetings.
The opportunity is for summer 2013, early June through mid-August. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until all positions are filled, with a final deadline of March 15.
Subject: Lab Manager Position at the University of Maryland
The Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) and Culture Lab at the University of Maryland at College Park is seeking a full-time lab manager. The person will assist the PI, Michele Gelfand, in coordinating and conducting studies on culture, negotiation, mediation, conflict, revenge, forgiveness in the US, Middle East and Asia.
-- Coordinate and manage research assistants and lab schedule
-- Recruit and schedule community samples and participants from department pool
-- Assist in administrative duties (e.g., human subject protocols, purchasing, participants and vendor payments, payment to overseas research team, web-site maintenance)
-- Design studies
-- Run lab experiments and field studies
--Coordinate data entry and management and analyze data
-- Assist in manuscripts preparation and literature review
-- Contribute ideas to research projects and designs
-- Bachelor degree in psychology or related fields
-- Experience in running experiments with human participants
-- Have excellent organizational skills and attention to details
-- Able to manage multiple projects simultaneously
-- Knowledge of using Microsoft office (e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
-- Willing to take initiative, be proactive, and able to work independently and as a member of a team
-- Have excellent analytical and writing ability
-- Must have interpersonal skills
--Interest in cultural/cross-cultural psychology, negotiation, conflict, and related areas
--Proficient in Arabic language, knowledgeable of Middle Eastern Cultures.
--Experience with SPSS DirectRT, MediaLab and/or other research software.
University of Maryland is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Developmental and Social Affective Neuroscience Labs, under the supervision of Profs. Jennifer Pfeifer and Elliot Berkman in the Department of Psychology at the University of Oregon, are currently seeking one full-time lab manager to support studies of emotion, motivation, self-regulation, self-perception, and mentalizing, to begin late Summer 2012 (exact dates flexible).
Our research uses a combination of fMRI, behavioral, and longitudinal methods with children, adolescents, and adults. Responsibilities will include assisting with the coordination and testing of human subjects, managing and analyzing fMRI data, programming stimuli, web design, and coordinating day-to-day lab administration. The ideal candidate would also be excited to make original, creative contributions to the laboratory’s research.
Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree in psychology, neuroscience, or a related field. Some experience with fMRI and computer programming (e.g., MATLAB) is preferred but not a prerequisite; however, candidates who are not yet proficient with a programming language must feel comfortable learning technical aspects of programming and data analysis. Experience working with populations of children, adolescents, and/or individuals with autism - or a desire to learn about doing so - is also highly valued. Candidates must be highly motivated, organized, and have excellent interpersonal skills.