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  1. BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR PHD PROGRAM (social and cognitive concentration) @ The University of Southern Mississippi invites potential applicants to learn about our program at a VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE on Wednesday, 11/2/2022 at 11am CST. Our faculty conduct research in several branches of cognitive psychology (perception, attention, memory) and social psychology (evolutionary, health, cultural, social cognition and political psychology). Program highlights: • Cohorts of 6-7 students accepted each year • Students work closely with a faculty research mentor • Students regularly publish their work in peer-reviewed journals and present at national and regional conferences • Students have received university, regional, and national awards and grants for research and independent funding to support their research • No GRE required for Fall 2023 admission • Full tuition waiver and paid assistantship Check out our program website https://www.usm.edu/graduate-programs/psychology-brain-behavior.php for more details. Register in advance for this meeting: https://usm-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIvcuiurz8rGNYDCT8J6r2BLjDTL9-le2y4 After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
  2. Just want to pick the brains of people that chose a Research doctoral program in Psychology, and those that chose a Clinical/Counseling program. I find myself much more interested in research than therapy in my Clinical Psychology Master's program. If I did a Clinical PhD I would want to get involved in research afterwards. I am very interested in research and testing, and doing some therapy but not really making that my focus. I would prefer to be licensed in Psychology just so I have the flexibility in career options. Thoughts? Rationale for clinical vs. research focus?
  3. Applicants are being sought for a half-time or full-time Research Coordinator position in the WELL Center (an expansion of the Laboratory for Innovations in Health-Related Behavior Change) at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA, under the direction of Dr. Evan Forman. Drs. Forman, Butryn, and Juarascio are conducting multiple NIH-funded clinical trials in the areas of (1) using innovative approaches to improve diet, health and weight, including new forms of behavioral treatment; (2) computerized "brain training" neurocognitive trainings; and (3) smartphone app-based machine learning interventions and algorithm-based optimized interventions. Coordinator responsibilities will involve coordination of one or more existing trials. These responsibilities include: helping to develop study protocols; scheduling and conducting participants’ clinical research assessments; tracking participant progress; managing data and coordinating data collection; maintaining contact and approvals with NIH and IRB; and supervising part-time research assistants. Advanced skills in data management and data tracking/analysis software (e.g., REDCap, SPSS, Microsoft Access, Excel) are a plus. Opportunities also will be available, as desired, for additional data analysis and preparation of poster presentations and/or manuscripts related to the projects. Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree and coursework and/or work experience related to the conduct of clinical research. Candidates will be asked to commit to staying in the position until the summer of 2019. This position is excellent preparation for individuals who wish to pursue graduate study in clinical psychology or a related area. Start date is flexible, but July 2017 is preferable. To apply, please click the link below to complete a questionnaire and upload your CV. Applications will be reviewed as received. If you have problems or questions, contact research coordinator Cara Dochat (cld93@drexel.edu). Click HERE to apply.
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