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Thu Mar 28 2002

Jobs: Cognitive Psych, Lang: temp U/SCarolina, USA

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  1. Stanley Dubinsky, Cognitive Psychology, Language: 1 year appt at U/South Carolina USA

Message 1: Cognitive Psychology, Language: 1 year appt at U/South Carolina USA

Date: Wed, 27 Mar 02 10:02:02 EST
From: Stanley Dubinsky <DUBINSKVM.SC.EDU>
Subject: Cognitive Psychology, Language: 1 year appt at U/South Carolina USA


COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGIST: The Department of Psychology at the UNIVERSITY
OF SOUTH CAROLINA invites applications for a full time position in
cognitive psychology with a nine month salary range of 45-46K.This is
a non-tenure track 1 year appointment beginning in August 2002. We
are especially interested in a cognitive psychologist with a specialty
area that is consistent with the scientific mission of the department.
These areas include: attention, judgment/decision making, language,
memory, modeling, reading. Responsibilities include teaching 3 courses
per semester. These will include some combination of undergraduate
courses in the areas of introductory psychology, perception, learning,
cognition, research methods, statistics, and graduate level courses in
cognitive psychology. Candidates with interests in neuroscience are
especially encouraged to apply. Applicants should submit a curriculum
vitae, a statement of research and teaching interests, preprints and
reprints, and arrange for three letters of recommendation to be sent
to: Doug Wedell, Department of Psychology, University of South
Carolina, Columbia, SC 29208.

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Additional Information about the job:
Full benefits package
Possible option for summer teaching
Good cost of living
High Density ERP and DPI Eye Tracking facilities available
Lab space with computers
Large subject pool
Undergraduate independent study assistants available
Involvement in Ph.D. student training
3 course load may include 2 sections of one course
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