Assistant Professor in Social Neuroscience/Affective Neuroscience


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Posted Under: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania jobs in Other; Other jobs in zipcode 19019
Posted On: 2017-09-23 22:00:00

Assistant Professor in
Social Neuroscience/Affective Neuroscience
The Department of Psychology at Temple University is seeking to
hire a faculty member in the area of Social Neuroscience or
Affective Neuroscience. This tenure track appointment is at the
Assistant Professor level and would begin in Fall 2018. Although
the specific area of research is open, the focus should be human
research rather than research with non-human animals and the focus
of research should be explicitly linked to social or affective
processes. Preference will be given to applicants who use fMRI,
EEG, or computational modeling. Preference will also be given to
candidates whose research reflects the interdisciplinary nature of
psychological science and who can forge linkages to other areas of
study both within and outside the Department. The facilities
available include a state-of-the-art brain imaging center featuring
a new 3T MRI scanner in the Psychology building. Candidates should
have a dynamic and rigorous research program with strong potential
for external funding, as well as a commitment to excellence in
teaching and mentoring at the undergraduate and graduate
levels.
Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, a statement of
research plans, a statement of undergraduate and graduate teaching
interests, three letters of recommendation, and copies of
representative publications through Interfolio at
Candidates are urged to apply before October 2, 2017 for fullest
consideration but review of applications will continue until the
position is filled.
Temple University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity
for all in every aspect of its operations. The University has
pledged not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age,
religion, national origin, sexual orientation, marital status,
veteran status, genetic information, or disability. Category: Education , Keywords: Assistant Professor