Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada - 3 research postdocs (emotion & physiology; emotion & cognition; social cognitive development)

Laboratoire de Cognition et Neuroscience (Cognition and Neuroscience Laboratory) of the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR) seeks to fill three postdoctoral positions.

1.     Reasoning, emotion, and physiological arousal
This project examines the impact of emotion on deductive reasoning, focusing on the interface between peripheral physiological arousal and central high level cognitive processes. The project uses an experimental approach manipulating the emotional value of stimuli using techniques such as evaluative conditioning. Knowledge of autonomic arousal measures would be an asset.
Funding : NSERC, 2 years, 35 000$ per year
Supervisor : Isabelle Blanchette (isabelle.blanchette@uqtr.ca)

2.     Effect of highly emotional experiences on cognitive function
This project examines the impact of highly emotional events on specific cognitive processes including reasoning, working memory, and attention. The project uses a quasi-experimental approach comparing participants who have undergone specific events (sexual abuse, serious car accidents, etc.) to matched control groups composed of participants who have not. The studies will also consider post-traumatic reactions though the focus of interest is on non-pathological reactions.
Funding : SSHRC, 2 years, 31 500$
Supervisor : Isabelle Blanchette (isabelle.blanchette@uqtr.ca)

3.    The role of learning in the measure of infant cognition and social cognition
Within the remit of the Canada Research Chair in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, as well as a SSHRC research grant, several research projects that examine the role of learning in the study of infant (social) cognitive development are available for postdoc involvement and leadership. One axis that examines early detection of pervasive developmental disorders is also available to the interested candidate. In all cases, research projects will be developed in relation with the candidate’s interests. Experiments will combine eye tracking, pupillometry, EEG, and measures of heart rate changes as dependent variables. Experience with one or more of these techniques is desirable.
Funding : NSERC, SSHRC, 2 years, 35 000$ per year
Supervisor : Sylvain Sirois (sylvain.sirois@uqtr.ca)

For all these posts, candidates are expected to:
  • Have a PhD in a relevant discipline (psychology, neuroscience, etc.)
  • Have an excellent grasp of experimental psychology, ideally in their project’s area
  • Have excellent research training and skills, including statistics, scientific writing, and knowledge of the usual research software (SPSS, EPrime, MatLab, etc.)
  • Have excellent oral and written English
The Psychology department at UQTR offers a dynamic environment. There is ongoing significant growth in the area of cognition and neuroscience. Recently built, dedicated research laboratories provide state-of-the-art facilities that include eye tracking, psychophysiological instruments, and EEG (including a high-density system). Trois-Rivières is a French-speaking town of modest size offering an excellent quality of life, a warm atmosphere, and very easy access to many outdoors activities. It is within close proximity of Montreal and Quebec City. Though the work environment is generally French-speaking, most individuals are functionally bilingual (and eager to practice their English) and interactions in the lab may be bilingual. A basic grasp of French (or a genuine interest to acquire one) would be highly desirable for day-to-day life outside work.

To apply:
Send by email a letter of intent, identifying the desired post/topic to the appropriate supervisor, along with a current CV, copies of two recent papers, and the details of two academic references. Citizens of all countries are eligible to these posts, subject to visa requirements. The deadline for applications is July 1st 2011, and the expected start date would be September 2011.

Monday, May 30, 2011

Université de Provence (Marseille, France) - 1 English Research Postdoc: Cognitive / Neurophysiology

The 5-year project LIPS examines the cognitive and neural mechanisms involved in lexical information processing, combining theoretical cognitive psychology with chronometric measures of performance and neurophysiological recordings (EEG, MEG and intra-cranial EEG in epileptic populations). The ideal candidates are highly motivated and creative individuals, capable of working independently and in groups. Previous experience with language processing research is welcome, but not a requirement. The working language is English. Individuals of all nationalities are encouraged to apply.

The research will take place at the Laboratoire de Psychologie Cognitive" which is embedded in a rich neuroscientific environment, with active collaborations, both national and international. The LPC owns several high resolution EEG systems, has access to an MEG machine, and to a 3T fMRI scanner devoted to research only. The partner department is the INSERM research unit Epilepsy & Cognition at Timone Hospital, a leading laboratory in clinical and research approaches.

Postdoctoral position (2 to 4 years) in neurophysiological research
The person will be responsible for conceiving and designing neurophysiological studies (EEG, MEG and/or sEEG), conducting data analysis and leading the write-up of scientific work. The person will have access to the imaging facilities on site or at the nearby Timone Hospital, and to the clinical expertise of the collaborating research group lead by Catherine Liegeois-Chauvel.

REQUIREMENTS: well established expertise with one or more of these techniques and analysis methods, a solid background in cognitive neurophysiology, published articles in international scientic journals, excellent oral and written English skills. HELPFUL: knowledge of processing models for language or otherhigher cognitive functions, R/Matlab programming.

PhD Grant position (3 years) in psycholinguistic research. 
The person will be responsible for developing theoretical hypothesis pertaining to language production and control, and then conducting experimental tests with one of the techniques noted above, ultimately leading to the write-up of scientic work. Well motivated cross-disciplinary applications are welcome.

REQUIREMENTS: a Master's or equivalent degree, a well articulated motivation for studying the cognitive basis of language processing. HELPFUL: demonstrable skilled scientific writing abilities The positions are expected to start on Sept. 1st 2011 (negotiable). Salaries are commensurate with experience and include benets and health insurance. The host institution (CNRS) is the largest fundamental research organization in Europe, covering research in all elds of knowledge.

Inquiries can be addressed to Francois-Xavier.Alario@univ-provence.fr 
To apply, please send a full CV, in electronic format.

Sunday, May 29, 2011

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities - Post-Doctoral Associate (research)

Duties/Responsibilities: Responsibilities include: experimental design and behavioral data collection (20%), data acquisition (25%), data analysis and development of analysis techniques appropriate for high-resolution/high-field data (25%), publication of research results (15%), and supervision of laboratory staff (15%). This is a 100% time position with a competitive salary depending on qualifications and experience that includes excellent fringe benefits. This appointment is annually renewable contingent upon satisfactory performance and availability of funding. This post-doc position is funded by the research project "Object Perception: Mechanisms for Resolving Ambiguity" funded by the National Eye Institute. The PIs on the grant are Sheng He, Daniel Kersten, Cheryl Olman and Paul Schrater. The research project combines mathematical, computational, psychophysical, and neuroimaging methods to understand how the brain learns to interpret ambiguous visual experience. While the post-doc will collaborate to various degrees with all of the PIs on the grant, the emphasis of this position is fMRI research at high-field, so Dr. Olman will serve as primary supervisor. Qualifications: Applicants must have completed a Ph.D. in neuroscience, psychology, or a related field by June 1, 2011 and have experience with acquisition and analysis of functional MRI data. Preference will be given to applicants who have experience with visual stimulus presentation on calibrated systems. Emphasis will also be placed on aptitude for developing new computational approaches for making quantitative connections between functional imaging data, computational models of visual information processing, and human behavior. on Postdocjobs.com

University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Minneapolis, MN
United States 

Online Application: Apply for this job from Employer's website

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - 1 postdoctoral fellowship (research)

Description: POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW, Sloan School of Management-Center for Collective Intelligence, to collaborate on an ongoing research project on collective intelligence in groups. In our previous work, we have explored collective intelligence in small groups of two to five members working on a range of tasks (see http://www.sciencemag.org/content/330/6004/686.abstract). Using web-based tools, we are now beginning to explore the features (e.g., group composition and on-line collaboration tools) that enable collective intelligence to emerge in larger groups. We are conducting studies in our lab as well as via the Internet and at field sites. The postdoctoral fellow will be in charge of implementing these studies. Will be supervised by Prof. Thomas Malone and work with collaborators at Carnegie Mellon and Union College as part of a broader research group on collective intelligence.

Experience: REQUIREMENTS: a Ph.D. in computer science, HCI, information science, social psychology, organizational behavior, communication, or related discipline; and an interest in and skills blending social psychology or organizational behavior with computer science and implementation. MIT-00007733

In addition to applying online with a CV (in Word or pdf format) and personal statement describing career objectives, background, and experience, applicants should submit this information to Richard Hill at richill@mit.edu. Please also have at least two references--with applicant's name in the subject line--sent directly to this address. The fellowship is for one year with the possibility of renewal, beginning as soon as a qualified candidate can be identified and hired. 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Cambridge, MA
United States
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University of Texas, M. D. Anderson Cancer Center - 1 neuropsychology post-doctoral Fellow

The Section of Neuropsychology, Department of Neuro-Oncology, University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center has an opening for a post-doctoral Fellow starting September 1, 2011. This is a two-year, full time position with competitive salary of $43,000, excellent benefits, and a professional development fund of $1500 each year for conferences, travel, books, etc.. The section currently includes four full time neuropsychologists (all Board certified or eligible), one post-doctoral Fellow, and two full time psychometrists. The MD Anderson Neuropsychology Fellowship training program has been active for more than 9 years. MD Anderson Cancer Center has consistently been rated the #1 cancer hospital by U.S. News and World Report. Our program is one of the few that offer the opportunity to gain extensive clinical experience in neuropsychology in a primary cancer setting. While the focus of training is on the cognitive, psychological, and quality of life sequelae of cancer and cancer treatment in adults, this position offers a broad range of clinical experiences with a diverse group of outpatients in a multidisciplinary setting. The Fellow also has the option of performing a minor rotation among a number of sites in the Texas Medical Center, including Baylor College of Medicine, various University of Texas Health Science Center institutes, and The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research, which offer further opportunities for gaining clinical experience in the areas of dementia, stroke, epilepsy, TBI and rehabilitation. Fellows interested in providing counseling/psychotherapy to cancer survivors are also encouraged to apply.

Extensive research opportunities are available, and Fellows will have protected time which can be dedicated to clinical research. There are numerous projects in the areas of cancer and cognition and the effects of cancer therapy on cognition in both CNS and non-CNS patients, as well as the effects of cancer and cancer treatment on patient mood, symptoms, and QOL. Opportunities exist to collaborate with Imaging Physics for Fellows interested in functional MRI. The section also maintains strong collaborations with colleagues in Neurosurgery, Neuro-Oncology, Neuroradiology, Radiation Oncology, and Psychiatry. Fellows are expected to actively participate in weekly seminars in Neuropsychology, but also have access to campus-wide educational events including brain cutting, Neuro-Oncology tumor board and journal club, and presentations by Neurosurgery, Integrative Medicine, and the Clinical Ethics service, among others. In addition, Fellows may have the opportunity to observe neurosurgical procedures such as awake craniotomies with tumor resection. MD Anderson Fellows are also eligible to attend numerous other didactic events in the Texas Medical Center. We also have a longstanding graduate training program in which the Fellow may gain teaching and supervisory skills.

Applicants must be a graduate of an APA approved clinical psychology program which includes training in neuropsychology, and have been awarded a degree of Ph.D., Psy.D., or equivalent, as per Houston Conference Guidelines. Applications will be accepted until July 1, 2011. For additional information, contact the training director:

Jennie L. Rexer, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Neuropsychology Fellowship Training Director
Section of Neuropsychology, Dept of Neuro-Oncology
UT M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
1515 Holcombe Blvd. Unit 431
Houston, TX 77030
United States
Phone: 713-745-5051

Email: jrexer@mdanderson.org

Friday, May 27, 2011

Renfrew Center: Coconut Creek, Florida & Dallas, Texas (2 positions)

The country's first residential eating disorder treatment facility, The Renfrew Center is a women's mental health center with ten East Coast locations and a nationwide professional resource network. The Renfrew Center specializes in the treatment of eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder) and related mental health issues. The Renfrew Center has treated over 50,000 women since opening our doors in 1985. From the beginning, we address both underlying issues and behavioral change, and our treatment programs include traditional psychotherapy, psychiatry, and nutritional counseling as well as art therapy, dance/movement therapy and psychodrama. Our comprehensive approach to mental health issues is backed by experienced senior staff members specializing in the psychology of women. At The Renfrew Center - a Joint Commission accredited organization - we recognize the complexity of the biological, social, and cultural contexts within every woman's life, and our treatment programs encourage women to actively participate in their own growth and recovery. Treatment is designed to be collaborative rather than imposed, and our innovative programs emphasize the value and healing potential of healthy interpersonal relationships. Competitive benefits include: group health and dental insurance, flexible spending accounts, short term disability, long term care, 401(k) with employer match plus employer paid group life insurance, employer paid long term disability and an EAP. Also, paid time off, sick time and paid holidaysThe Renfrew Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a smoke free workplace.

Dallas,  TX – Fall 2011
This one year residency provides specialized training in eating disorder treatment with women and adolescent girls and sufficient supervised clinical experience to fulfill requirements for Psychologists seeking licensure in the State of Texas.

Responsibilities: Function as a primary therapist providing individual, family and group therapies under the supervision of licensed psychologists; be a central member of a multi-disciplinary treatment team and take part in clinical discussions and case conferences; clinical staff meetings and individual supervision; work closely with the Utilization Review and Aftercare departments in coordinating level of care changes and overall case management of individual patient care including developing and overseeing treatment plans.

Requirements: PhD or PsyD in clinical psychology. A doctoral level degree in education or counseling psychology could be acceptable if applicant has relevant, sufficient clinical training and experience. 
If interested, please complete our online application at: https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=566828 

Coconut Creek, FL – Fall 2011
This one year residency provides specialized training in eating disorder treatment with women and adolescent girls and sufficient supervised clinical experience to fulfill requirements for Psychologists seeking licensure in the State of Florida.

Function as a primary therapist providing individual, family and group therapies under the supervision of licensed psychologists; be a central member of a multi-disciplinary treatment team and take part in clinical discussions and case conferences; attend weekly peer group, clinical staff meetings and individual supervision; work closely with the Utilization Review and Aftercare departments in coordinating level of care changes and overall case management of individual patient care including developing and overseeing treatment plans; supervision of practicum students.  
Requirements: PhD or PsyD in clinical psychology. A doctoral level degree in education or counseling psychology could be acceptable if applicant has relevant, sufficient clinical training and experience. 
If interested, please complete our online application at: https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=561907 

The Eating Disorder Center at San Antonio - 1 full-time postdoctoral fellowship

The Eating Disorder Center at San Antonio (EDCASA) is looking for a full-time postdoctoral fellow.  EDCASA is a multi-level treatment facility that provides medical, psychological, and dietetic care for for male and female children, adolescents and adults.  It is a 5 day a week partial hospitalization program that uses a Dialectical Behavior Therapy model for treatment. 

Opportunities include conducting therapy with individuals, families and groups, treatment planning, and weekly supervision with Susan C. Mengden, Ph.D. , who has over 25 years experience working with eating disorders.  Interested candidates should have some eating disorder experience.  DBT experience is a plus, but not required.  Competitive salary.  Flexible start date.  To apply, send a cover letter and CV to  kasibowles@yahoo.com.

Kasi Bowles Howard, Psy.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow
Eating Disorder Center at San Antonio
515 Busby
San Antonio, Texas 78209
Fax: 210 826-7440
Phone: 210 826-7447 ext. 115

Thursday, May 26, 2011

McGill University - 1 Postdoctoral Position in Modeling of Music and Speech Production

A 2-year postdoctoral position is available in the lab of Dr. Caroline Palmer at McGill
University, Montreal (http://www.mcgill.ca/spl/). The project, funded by the Natural Sciences
and Engineering Research Council (Canada), involves measurement and modeling of cognitive
processes in production of music and speech, based on behavioral, motion capture, and/or
electrophysiological data. The lab is part of Montreal's rich research community in auditory
neuroscience, including BRAMS (www.brams.org), an international lab for study of music neuroscience, and CRLMB (www.crlmb.ca), a research centre for speech science.

We encourage applicants with doctoral degrees in cognitive neuroscience, psychology,
computer science, or related fields. Some experience with time series analysis methods, and
MATLAB and/or programming skills is necessary.

Interested applicants are welcome to contact Caroline Palmer in advance. Applicants should
send a CV, statement of research interests, a few select reprints or preprints, and contact
information for three letters of  reference to spllab.mcgill@gmail.com .
Deadline for applications is July 1, 2011, with an anticipated start date of September, 2011.
Citizens of all countries are eligible

University of New Mexico - 1 Counseling Postdoctoral position

Counseling Services at UNM - Main Campus has posted a Post-Doctoral Psychologist position to begin in September, 2011.  Candidates must have completed all requirements for their PhD. in Clinical Psychology by that date.

Applications must be completed online:
1) Go to UNM employment website [click here]
2) In the left menu click on "Search Postings"
3) Find "Position Title" Drop down menu.
4) Select "Clinical Psych/Pre-Licensure

Questions about the position can be addressed to me directly.

Harry C. Linneman, Ph.D.
Director, Counseling Services
UNM Student Health & Counseling
MSC06 3870
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001

Georgia State University, Counselling & Testing Center - 1 year Postdoc

[Postdoctoral training website] - [Brochure]

Post Doctoral Training Program: 
The Counseling and Testing Center (CTC) at Georgia State University is seeking to fill one 12-month Clinical/Counseling Post-doctoral Fellow position for 2011-2012.  The position is designed for an individual who wishes to develop the professional skills that are needed for psychological practice as a counseling center clinician, clinical faculty, or private practitioner. The Fellowship program combines clinical work with supervision, outreach and consultation.  This 2000 hour post-doctoral fellowship begins August 1, 2011 and meets all requirements for licensure in the State of Georgia and membership in APPIC, including approximately 2 hours a week of scheduled individual supervision.

The Fellowship Program: The training program focuses on developing advanced practice, supervision and/or teaching skills.  Clinical training emphasizes a culturally informed, therapeutic use of self as instrument model (Baldwin, 2000; Scharff & Scharff, 2001; Wells & Bell-Pringle, 2004; Wosket, 2000) which integrates developmental, psychodynamic, and relational approaches to treating clients in both individual and group therapy formats.  Thisuse of self model focuses on developing the “person of the therapist” and the use of the therapist’s personal (emotional and cognitive) responses, knowledge of self (including cultural identities), and life experiences, in order to: 1) inform conceptualizations of the client’s (and supervisee’s) struggles and 2) create a therapeutic relationship that is collaborative and conducive to corrective relating. A full-time fellow schedules approximately 19 hours a week in individual, group and couples therapy, triage and/or intake assessments, emergency coverage. In addition, fellows are typically assigned at least one practicum student to supervise and conduct a variety of outreach or psycho-educational programs over the year. Through various seminars, apprenticeships and mentoring relationships the fellow is guided in skill development related to supervision of practicum students and outreach in the form of psycho educational and preventative programming. Opportunities to present at or attend professional conferences are also available in cooperation with faculty/senior staff mentors who will provide ongoing supervision.  The postdoctoral training program includes individual supervision from at least two experienced psychologists as well as supervision of supervision and group therapy supervision in a group format. Participation in a trauma seminar and a crisis intervention seminar may be possible as well depending on background and experience.

Fellows Activities: Approximately 60-70% of the Postdoctoral fellows’ time consists of general service delivery and training (e.g. individual, group and couples therapy, intake assessments, triage and emergency coverage, providing and receiving supervision, outreach, attending seminars). The other 30-40% of the Postdoctoral fellows’ time is allotted to supervised experience in an Integrated, Interdepartmental Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) program between the CTC and Student Health Promotion. Time allotment fluctuates depending on client needs, Center demands, and specific clinical interests of fellows. Upon completing their postdoctoral training, fellows are excellent candidates for a university counseling center staff psychologist position with either a general focus or an addictions subspecialty.  The (AOD) program emphasizes education, intervention and treatment for the university community. The Postdoctoral fellows are involved in all aspects of the AOD Program. Training experiences include brief intervention approaches for mandated students on BASICS and CHOICES as well as the use of variety screening devices for mandated students. Assessment of students who are also identified as high risk is an integral part of the program; the PAI and the SASSI are the preferred mode of assessment but the fellow can put together an assessment protocol consistent with program values and goals. Students’ cases are managed in AOD Treatment Team.  The AOD Treatment Team comprises senior staff and trainees and meets on a weekly basis.

Applicant Qualifications: Applicants are expected to have completed their doctoral program in Counseling or Clinical Psychology at an APA approved program, completed an APA approved pre-doctoral internship and demonstrated commitment and competencies in college mental health issues and working with diverse populations. Candidates with interest and/or experience in AOD assessment and treatment are strongly encouraged to apply.

Stipend and Benefits: Salary ($27,000) plus benefits (professional development leave, health insurance, paid state holidays, leave accruals, and use of the University facilities).

Application Process: Applicants are asked to send a letter of interest, a current vita, three letters of recommendation, and a graduate transcript to the Director of Postdoctoral Training.  Personal or telephone interviews will be arranged depending upon initial application ratings by our training committee.  Applications received by June 17, 2011 will be given priority. Georgia State University is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to excellence through diversity.

Send Applications To:
Alaycia D. Reid, Ph.D.
Director of Postdoctoral Programs
Georgia State University Counseling and Testing Center
P.O. Box 3961Atlanta, GA 30302-3961
Phone: 404-413-1640

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

UTMB Health - Two postdoctoral fellowships (60-75% research) in Galveston, Texas.

The recently formed Psychological Health and Research program at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (UTMB Health), in collaboration with the Transitional Learning Center (TLC), is currently inviting applications for 2 postdoctoral fellowships. The selected fellows will spend 60-75% of their time in research-related activities (authoring manuscripts, writing grants, assisting in data management/analysis). Candidates should have a strong interest in research on women’s and/or adolescent health (intimate partner violence, substance use, disordered eating, health risk behaviors). Current research opportunities include NIH-funded projects on teen dating violence (Temple) and adolescent weight-related behaviors (van den Berg), as well as studies examining chronic pelvic pain, sexual functioning, adolescent health risk behaviors, and post-acute TBI assessment and intervention studies.

The remaining 25-40% of the fellowship's time will be devoted to clinical activities, and fellows will be encouraged (and given time) to obtain licensure. One fellow will spend 2 days/week at TLC, a post-acute brain injury residential program with supervision provided by Dennis J. Zgaljardic, Ph.D., ABPP. The fellow will receive advanced training in conducting clinical interviews and providing therapy to patients with mild to severe TBI, as well as patients with conflict-related PTSD. In addition, there will be an opportunity to receive training in neuropsychological assessment. The other fellow will be majority research, but will dedicate 1-2 days/week providing clinical services in one of several primary Ob/Gyn medical clinics. Clinical focus will be women’s health (peripartum depression/anxiety, pelvic pain, sexual functioning) and will consist of individual, couple’s, and group therapy.

Competitive applicants will have 1) a strong interest in pursuing an academic career, 2) prior experience in all phases of the research process, 3) strong skills in managing/analyzing data, and 4) an interest in providing clinical care in an interdisciplinary environment. Qualified applicants will have completed their doctoral training and pre-doctoral internship at an APA-accredited or CPA-accredited program by the start of the fellowship year (fall 2011). The anticipated start date is flexible and applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

UTMB Health, one of the oldest academic health centers in the nation, is part of the world famous Texas Medical Center and is located on the Texas coast just south of Houston. With 32 miles of beaches, historic landscape, and affordable living, Galveston is the ideal place to live and train (link). The Psychological Health and Research program is housed within UTMB’s Department of Ob/Gyn, which is nationally ranked in the top 10 for  NIH funding. Please send a personal statement, curriculum vitae, and three letters of recommendation to Jeff R. Temple, PhD via email at jetemple@utmb.edu or standard mail at 301 University Blvd., Galveston, TX 77555-0587. Electronic submissions preferred. Recommendation letters can be emailed directly to Dr. Temple. Questions about the program should be directed to Dr. Temple.

Jeff R. Temple, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Research Director, Pelvic Health
Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology
UTMB Health
301 University Blvd.
Galveston, TX 77555-0587
Phone: 409-747-8560

List of Psychology Postdocs & Residencies

Due to the high turn over rates this page will no longer be maintained

Research Postdocs:
  • McGill University, Montreal, Quebec Canada / [Music & Speech] / due July 1st 2011 / [Advertisement]
  • Karolinsky Institute / Behavior Genetics / due June 17th, 2011 / [Advertisement]
  • Temple University / Mood & Cognition / due now / [Advertisement]
  • UTMB Health, Galveston, Texas, USA/ Teen Health research / due now / [Blog Post]
Clinical & Counseling Residency
  • Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia USA/ Counseling/ due June 17th/ [blog post]
  • University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, USA/ Counseling / due Now / [blog post]
  • The Eating Disorder Center at San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas USA / Clinical / due now / [blog post]
  • Renfrew Center, Coconut Tree, Florida, USA / Clinical / due now [blog post
  • Renfrew Center, Dallas, Texas, USA / Clinical / due now [blog post
Neuropsychology Residency
  • Geriatrics postdoc, Lombard, IL / [LINK]
Health Psychology Residency

Developmental, educational or school Psychology Residency
  • Riley Child Development / July 11th 2011 / Link

Forensic Psychology Residency

Organizational Psychology Residency