Instructor/Assistant Professor (Clinical) in Adult Psychiatry

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Institute: Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Department of Psychiatry (US)
Job specification: The position will include direct clinical care and candidates should have both individual and group therapy experience. In addition, this position will also include the oversight of program clinical operations to ensure efficiency, quality, and productivity and will include program development and the expansion and improvement of clinical services. Candidates with demonstrated productivity in developing clinical treatment programs are encouraged to apply. Applicants should have leadership experience, as well as strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work well across disciplines and function effectively as the leader of a multi-disciplinary team.
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Postdoctoral Researcher in Autism and Cognitive Aging

Apply before: May 14th, 2018
Institute: University of Amsterdam
Job specification: The postdoc will collaborate in designing and running studies, in supervising PhD students, and will preferably focus on studying the potential of objective proxies of subjective cognitive measures and unravelling which cognitive strategies autistic adults use and how these might change with increasing age. The general focus of the overall project will be autism and aging, with a specific focus on cognitive strategy use, vulnerability and protective factors regarding cognitive aging, relationship between objective and subjective measures of cognition, and subtyping.
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Institute: ISN Psychology (Australia)
Job specification:
  • Prepare and deliver lectures, tutorials, and practical classes in clinical psychology at postgraduate level using innovative, flexible, and stimulating course material and teaching methods;
  • Contribute to teaching and subject coordination at honours, postgraduate, and undergraduate level;
  • Participate in the revision and improvement of the postgraduate and undergraduate psychology teaching programmes;
  • Provide clinical supervision and support psychological research, including supervision or co-supervision of student research projects;
  • Supervise students undertaking clinical placements;
  • Contribute to the operations of ISN by participating in committees both internal and external to ISN Psychology;
  • Keep abreast of national and international trends and outcomes that make significant contributions to the advancement of psychology knowledge and its applications;
  • Undertake leadership and coordination roles (e.g. Postgraduate coordinator) as required.
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Register Now Login About Psychoneuroxy Our References Post a Job Vacancy Contact us Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Cognitive and Development Psychology

Apply before: April 20th, 2018
Institute: University of Adelaide (Australia)
Job specification: The successful candidate will be teaching undergraduate and postgraduate psychology students in areas such as cognitive psychology, language and perception, statistics and quantitative methods and will be required to perform course co-ordination duties.
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Professor or Associate Professor of Practice in School of Educational Psychology

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Institute: American University in Cairo (Egypt)
Job specification: The Department of Psychology at the American University in Cairo welcomes applications for a full-time Professor or Associate Professor of Practice in School or Educational Psychology, or closely related fields, with an emphasis on diverse learners. Responsibilities for this position include teaching graduate and undergraduate level courses, supervising Master’s theses, and advising students.

The candidate will play a leading role in establishing a new graduate diploma in Learning Enrichment in collaboration with the Department of International and Comparative Education, in addition to developing other curricular and extra-curricular collaborations between both departments. Among the courses that this faculty member could teach include: Psychology in the Schools, Reaching Diverse and Underserved Learners, Assessment and Evaluation for Learning Enrichment, in addition to supervising workplace-based projects in Applied Projects in Learning Enrichment. The candidate is expected to maintain an active program of applied research and/or practice, and to promote interdisciplinary collaborations between both departments. Active service would be expected at the departmental, school, and university levels.

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PhD Position in Systems Neuroscience, Vision Sciences and Neuroimaging

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Institute: University of Torino (Italy)
Job specification: We offer a full-time PhD Student post for 4 years. Applications of highly motivated candidates with interests in systems neuroscience, vision sciences and neuroimaging are welcomed. The successful applicant will be appointed by the University of Torino, buthe/she will be expected to spend a significant amount of time at the NIH in Bethesda (USA). In fact, the PhD student will be co-supervised by prof. M. Tamietto and prof. D. Leopold, and the position is specifically focused on behavioural and fMRI studies in non-human primates.
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Postdoctoral researcher with expertise in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Apply before: April 22nd, 2018
Institute: University of Cambridge (UK)
Job specification: We are seeking a Postdoctoral researcher with expertise in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and/or the cognitive neuroscience of receptive language processing and/or using neural or physiological measures (e.g. electroencephalography (EEG), pupilometry, galvanic skin response) to index cognition.

The post-holder will work under a new stream of research lead by Dr. Alexandra Woolgar aiming to derive objective measures of cognition in individuals who struggle to communicate their ability through behaviour. In particular, we seek to identify neural markers of receptive language in individual children and apply it to examine abilities that may otherwise be hidden in minimally-verbal children with ASD.

The position would suit an applicant with passion for exploiting cognitive neuroscientific methods to answer important questions about cognition in children and in clinical populations.

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Research Associate in Psychology

Apply before: April 15th, 2018
Institute: University of Bristol (UK)
Job specification: The position will be core to a new academic-industry research hub based in the School of Experimental Psychology, comprising a multidisciplinary group of psychologists and technologists led by Marcus Munafò. This Bristol-based group will work in close collaboration with clinical scientist and developers at Cambridge Cognition, a Cambridge-based SME that is funding the research. The purpose of the programme is to develop novel digital applications that use cognitive and behavioural science to solve unmet medical needs in mental health. The group will be responsible for designing a programme of new tools, building prototypes, and testing them in controlled clinical studies and real-world settings. Examples might include new methods for recruiting and retaining participants in clinical research, using sensor-based data to provide timely intervention in behavioural disorders, or using novel digital biomarkers to rapidly match patients with the most effective antidepressant treatment.
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Senior Research Associate in Psychology

Apply before: April 15th, 2018
Institute: University of Bristol (UK)
Job specification: The post-holder will work on methodological and applied projects concerned with developing and applying methods for causal analyses (including Mendelian randomization) to examine the effect of health behaviours on physical and mental health outcomes. Methodological challenges to be addressed include selection bias, missing data, measurement error (i.e. bias in self-report) and analysis of longitudinal data.
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