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The psychology department is looking for lecturers to teach courses in cognitive psychology. Full-time employment for applicants qualified to teach multiple courses may be a possibility. The starting annual rate, for full-time lecturers is $66,259. For applicants who are currently employed at another institution, the salary rate will be commensurate with experience.
Applications are invited for full and part-time Lecturers, which will be available during the Fall 2022 and Winter and Spring 2023 quarters
Dr. Bruce Chorpita is accepting applications for a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Department of Psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles. Responsibilities include working on two William T. Grant Foundation-funded multi-site projects (collaborating site: University of South Carolina; Kimberly Becker, PI), as well as providing support to a global initiative for the measurement anxiety and depression in youth.
Applications are sought for a full-time Postdoctoral position. The successful candidate will work on a collaborative and interdisciplinary project in the laboratories of Dr. Alicia Izquierdo and Dr. Andrew Wikenheiser in the UCLA Department of Psychology (https://izquierdolab.psych.ucla.edu and https://wikenheiserlab.psych.ucla.edu/).
Center for Assessment and Prevention of Prodromal States (CAPPS)
Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior
We have an opening for a Postdoctoral Fellow studying interactions between stress and fear using rodent models such as stress-enhanced fear learning in the Fanselow Laboratory at UCLA (https://fanselowlab.psych.ucla.edu).
The Wikenheiser laboratory (https://wikenheiserlab.psych.ucla.edu/) at the University of California, Los Angeles is seeking candidates for a postdoctoral fellow position. Our group studies how neural representations support behaviors and cognitive processes such as learning, memory, and decision making. Primary techniques in the lab include single-unit recording in freely-behaving rats, optogenetics, and computational analysis/modelling.