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Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology, Oakland University

The Department of Psychology at Oakland University (www.oakland.edu/psychology) invites applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor beginning Fall, 2019. Area of specialization is open, but preference will be given to candidates with interest in teaching Research Design, Statistics, and a commitment to undergraduate teaching and student learning. A market competitive salary plus excellent fringe benefits are […]

2nd Biennial Heterodoxy In Psychology Conference

January 9-12, 2020 Chapman University | Doubletree Hotel, Orange, CA The Heterodoxy in Psychology Conference provides an interactive forum for the exchange of research and ideas that are ideologically and intellectually heterodox in the science, teaching, and practice of psychology and closely allied disciplines. For details about the conference, including information about submitting paper or […]

Social Cognition Position: University of Redlands

The University of Redlands invites applications for an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology to begin September 2020. The successful candidate will specialize in Social Cognition broadly defined (research areas might include cognitive biases, heuristics, theory of mind, memory, attitudes, and/or error management theory) and teach six courses during the academic year. Courses may […]

On the Origin of the Evolution Revolution: Conversations with the Pioneers of Evolutionary Biology, Anthropology, and Psychology

Co-edited by Barry X. Kuhle & Catherine Salmon To be published by Cambridge University Press in 2020 Interviews with 14 HBES Pioneers Bill Irons (43 minutes) Bobbi Low (28 minutes) David Buss (52 minutes) Doug Kenrick (39 minutes) John Tooby (25 minutes) Leda Cosmides (30 minutes) Mark Flinn (20 minutes) Martin Daly (39 minutes) Napoleon […]

PhD Scholarship: Sydney, Australia. Could economic inequality be slowing trends toward gender equity?

UNSW, Sydney has announced the latest round of prestigious Scientia PhD scholarships (http://www.2025.unsw.edu.au/apply). These positions are advertised by project, and one of our projects is listed. The scholarship includes: Stipend Au$41,209 per year for 4 years Career development: Au$ 10,000 per year (e.g. conference travel) Tuition fees completely covered Title: Could economic inequality be slowing […]

Call for abstracts for the Social Neuroendocrinology Preconference at HBES 2019

We are delighted to offer the Connecting Minds in Social Neuroendocrinology and Evolution preconference again at HBES 2019 in Boston! This preconference meeting is an opportunity to connect new and established researchers who are investigating the social influences and effects of both endogenous and exogenous hormones in the context of human evolution. The preconference event […]

HBES Awards 2019 – Call for Nominations

The HBES Early Career Award The HBES Early Career Award for Distinguished Scientific Contribution recognizes excellent young scientists who have made distinguished theoretical and/or empirical contributions to the study of evolution and human behavior. The nomination letter should include the following information: What are the general themes of the nominee’s major lines of research? What […]

31st Annual Human Behavior & Evolution Society meeting (Boston)

The HBES 2019 website is now live (http://meetatbu.com/hbes19). We are excited to hear talks from a great slate of plenaries, including Steve Gaulin, Michele Gelfand, Hopi Hoekstra, Ed Hagen, & Polly Wiessner. Our newly minted lifetime career award winner, David Buss, will deliver the keynote address. This year we will have three pre-conference sessions to […]