Research Assistant in Psychology

 

Apply before: August 27th, 2018
Institute: University of Cambridge (United Kingdom)
Job specification: Applications are invited for a full-time Research Assistant to provide maternity cover and work on a longitudinal project investigating auditory and motor processing abilities and language development in infants using EEG and motion capture. The successful candidate will be based in the Department of Psychology (Centre for Neuroscience in Education) and will be joining a team headed by Professor Usha Goswami. The position is available from 24 September 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter.
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2 Research Associates in Psychology

 

Apply before: September 12th, 2018
Institute: University of Cambridge (United Kingdom)
Job specification: One post is focused on infant developmental cognitive neuroscience, with an emphasis on fNIRS/EEG and eye tracking methodologies.

The other post involves pharmacological, neuroimaging and computational modeling of adult cognition (including clinical disorders such as autism, anxiety, psychosis).

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Lecturer in Mental Health, Well Being and Work

 

Apply before: September 9th, 2018
Institute: Lancaster University (United Kingdom)
Job specification: We are seeking to enhance our already strong national and international profile of excellence by making an academic appointment to complement our existing strength in employee health and well-being and to further develop our research in this area.  You must be able to demonstrate the potential to make a high quality contribution to the future profile of research conducted in the Division.
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Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology

 

Apply before: September 2nd, 2018
Institute: Lancaster University (United Kingdom)
Job specification:  This post will develop clinical research in mental health through the Spectrum Centre for Mental Health Research.

You will be expected to develop your research in line with our research strategy and collaborating with other academics within the Faculty; to contribute to teaching; to supervise dissertation projects and PhD students; to make contribution to academic and clinical leadership; and to support and contribute to the Faculty’s external engagement activities.

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PhD – Design and Implementation of Personalized Medicine Approaches in Mental Healthcare

 

Apply before: September 1st, 2018
Institute: KU Leuven (Belgium)
Job specification: When a person listens to sound, various parts of the auditory system are activated, including the brain. We can then measure the brain waves using EEG, decode them and draw conclusions about the auditory system.
We aim to develop a computational model of the auditory system, based on state-of-the art, deep-neural-network-based systems for automatic speech recognition. The model will be constructed by letting people listen to natural speech signals, and relating the recorded electroencephalogram (EEG) signal to the corresponding acoustic signals.
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Tenure-track Assistant Professor of Psychology

 

Apply before: October 1st, 2018
Institute: Rochester Institute of Technology (United States)
Job specification: The position requires a strong commitment to teaching, active research and publication, and a strong potential to attract external funding. Faculty are expected to supervise graduate and undergraduate students in research. The hire will be expected to contribute to the Department’s undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as the Human Centered Computing program, through the teaching of our research method courses and cognitive psychology courses.

 

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Postdoctoral – in Cognitive Neuroscience and Space Medicine

 

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Institute: University of Calgary (Canada)
Job specification: NeuroLab is seeking candidates for a Postdoctoral Position in Cognitive Neuroscience and Space Medicine. Neurolab is a cognitive neuroscience laboratory located in the Department of Psychology at the University of Calgary (neurolab.ca), and affiliated with the Hotchkiss Brain Institute and the Alberta Children’s Hospital Research Institute.

The laboratory is dedicated to investigating the cognitive and neurological mechanisms underlying the human ability to orient and navigate in spatial surroundings, is fully equipped with state-of-the-art hardware and software to perform behavioural and MRI studies, and has direct access to MRI scanners in Calgary and Houston (TX, USA).

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Research Associate Neuropsychology / Cognitive Neuroscience

 

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Institute: Otto-v.-Guericke Universität Magdeburg (Germany)
Job specification: The Institute of Medical Psychologie of the Otto-v.-Guericke Universität Magdeburg is seeking candidates for a full-time position in Research associate neuropsychology / cognitive neuroscience to direct research on brain plasticity and rehabilitation/psychotherapy and teaching medical students in the German language. As a group leader you will supervise two technician and currently three doctoral students.
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Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer Forensic Psychology

 

Apply before: August 25th, 2018
Institute: Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand)
Job specification: The School of Psychology is seeking to make a permanent, full-time appointment at the Lecturer or Senior Lecturer level. The area of content specialisation for this position is Forensic Psychology and we welcome applications from individuals who have specialist research knowledge in this broad area.
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Psychologist / Statistician (f/m)

 

Apply before: ASAP
Institute: Universitätsmedizin Göttingen (German)
Job specification: We seek an experienced Psychologist with excellent statistical knowledge for our international outcome research (esp. health-related quality of life, neuropsychological, psychosocial) in children and adults after traumatic brain injury, and dementia and other diseases. The successful candidate should have excellent knowledge in conducting
outcome studies generating statistical knowledge (psychometric – classical and modern methods – biometrics), as well as experience in handling large data volumes. Command of SPSS and R is indispensable. Solid history of publishing and conduct of complex studies are important. Experience in acquisition of funding is beneciary.
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