Entries by Nicole Barbaro

Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Psychology Position at University of Colorado Boulder

The Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at the University of Colorado Boulder invites applications for a tenure-track position in Social Psychology at the Assistant Professor level to begin Fall 2020. We are particularly interested in applicants who study Psychosocial Resilience, encompassing social, relational, or individual factors that allow a person to preserve well-being and health […]

Two Tenure-Track Assistant Professor Openings at Oklahoma State University

The Department of Psychology at Oklahoma State University has two tenure-track Assistant Professor openings for a fall 2020 start.   (1) DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY, OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY is seeking an outstanding scientist to fill one full-time, Assistant Professor, tenure track position in Psychology beginning August 2020, with an area of specialization in biopsychology. Candidates must […]

Call for submissions: 2nd Biennial Heterodoxy in Psychology Conference at Chapman University

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. Conference information: Dates: January 9-12, 2020 Location: Chapman University & Doubletree Hotel, Orange, CA Abstract Submissions: Due by September 30th Competitive […]

Multiple funded PhD positions: Experimental Psychology at Oklahoma State University.

We are writing to announce multiple funded PhD positions for incoming graduate students in Experimental Psychology at Oklahoma State University. OSU is one of very few universities in the U.S. with multiple social scientists trained in evolutionary approaches to behavior), including Jennifer Byrd-Craven (psychobiology) and Jaimie Arona Krems (social psychology) in Psychology. Byrd-Craven and Krems […]

18th Annual Evolutionary Psychology Preconference at SPSP

Dear colleagues, We are excited to announce the 18th Annual Evolutionary Psychology Preconference at SPSP, which will take place Thursday, February 27th, 2020 in New Orleans, Louisiana. More information can be found at our webpage, and you can register now on SPSP’s website. We have an incredible lineup of speakers, including: Paul Bloom (Yale University) Michael Bang Petersen (Aarhus University) […]

Invitation for paper proposals: Special multidisciplinary issue on social support and maternal and child health

We would like to invite authors from any discipline to submit a paper proposal for a special issue on social support and maternal and child health, organised and edited by Dr Abigail Page, Dr Emily Emmott and Dr Sarah Myers. We particularly welcome original research proposals (quantitative, qualitative or mixed-method), as well as interdisciplinary paper. […]

Call for Papers: Sports, Games, & Athletics in Evolutionary Perspective

The journal Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences is publishing a special issue on “Sports, Games, and Athletics in Evolutionary Perspective,” edited by Robert Deaner and Andrew Gallup. Researchers with an interest in issues relevant to sports, games, and athletics and the evolutionary behavioral sciences are invited to submit original, unpublished work in the form of an empirical research […]

Faculty Opening: The Centre for Culture & Evolution at Brunel University London

The Centre for Culture and Evolution at Brunel University London is looking for new faculty! Applicants with interests in cultural evolution (broadly defined) are welcome for lecturer or senior lecturer positions. Applicants with a specialty in cultural evolution, including those who focus on ‘microevolutionary’ change within populations (i.e., teaching, imitation and forms of biased social transmission) […]

New funding programme: The evolution of science and religion as meaning-making systems

We are delighted to announce an approximately $3 million funding programme for research on the evolution of science and religion as meaning-making systems, with funds and support provided by the Templeton Religion Trust and the Issachar Fund. This programme seeks to utilize the tools and insights of evolutionary and behavioral science to explore conflict and complementarity in the science-religion relationship, and […]