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Vacancy: Psychology faculty position at University of Stirling

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer post in Psychology at University of Stirling

Applications are invited for a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer position within the Psychology Division of the Faculty of Natural Sciences. The post holder will enhance our reputation as a centre for research excellence and world-leading impact, as well as delivering innovative teaching that provides an outstanding student experience. The post holder will work with existing research programmes in Psychology: the Cognition in Complex Environments, Behaviour & Evolution and Health and Behaviour Change research groups (tinyurl.com/ycc5dznw).

We are interested in appointing scientists focused on the examination of psychological questions in the real world. Priority will be given to individuals working in the area of Developmental and/or Ageing (linking with our in-house Kindergarten tinyurl.com/ydzaj4jx), individuals with expertise in the use of mobile technology (tinyurl.com/htkxgq3), or those able to contribute to the wider interdisciplinary research consortia across Stirling (tinyurl.com/y9fy5wg5).

Psychology has invested heavily in research infrastructure, including our own Kindergarten. Purpose built laboratories have also been created to support health research (including GSR and heart rate monitoring), human electrophysiology (EEG/ERPs), face research (including eye-tracking) and vision research (including stereoscopic displays), with recent investment in mobile technology and virtual/augmented reality (Oculus Rift and Microsoft HoloLens). Coupled with the wider Faculty expertise (e.g., in Computing Science and Biology) Psychology provides an excellent environment for developing innovative and cross-cutting inter-disciplinary research.

Informal enquiries can be made to Professor David Donaldson, email: d.i.donaldson@stir.ac.uk; telephone 01786 467657.

For further information see https://www.stir.ac.uk/about/work-at-stirling/list/details/?jobId=1859&jobTitle=Associate%20Professor/Senior%20Lecturer/Lecturer%20in%20Psychology%20(multiple%20posts)

Closing date is midnight on 30 September 2018.

Interviews are expected to take place on 5 & 6 November 2018.