The Foundational Processes of Behaviour Research Laboratories (FpB) at the University of Western Sydney, Australia (http://www.uws.edu.au/fpb), is accepting applications for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow to be based at our new Babylab @ Kingwood facility (Penrith Campus). The facility is a joint collaboration between the School of Social Sciences and Psychology (where FpB is located) and the MARCS Institute, which also runs a Babylab at the Bankstown Campus (see http://babylab.uws.edu.au/index.php/babylab-kingswood-agreement/).
The successful candidate will collaborate with FpB members on infant research projects, starting with research on infant socio-cognitive development with Dr. Gabrielle Weidemann and Dr. Rachel Robbins, and with the potential to expand into infant language acquisition topics through collaboration with Dr. Karen Mattock, Dr. Christine Kitamura, or Dr. Michael Tyler.
For a position description, and information on how to apply, please click on the following link:
Applications close on 29 March 2015. Applicants outside of Australia should aim for 28 March 2015 to account for time zone differences.
The School of Social Sciences and Psychology is offering four additional postdocs in the areas of Clinical and Health Psychology, Sexualities and Genders Research, Religion and Society, and Urban Geography. The links for those are below. If you have colleagues working in those areas, I hope you won’t mind forwarding this email on to them.