PhD position in psychology
The position is affiliated to the Child and Baby Lab (www.babylab.se) at the department of psychology. The lab includes some 30 researchers and PhD-students that investigate children's motor, cognitive, and socio emotional development, both experimentally and through individual differences. The Child and Baby Lab has a strong international focus and has been rated as a world-leading lab on numerous occasions (KOF-07 and KOF-11).
Project description: The current project includes a longitudinal study where we follow 120 children from 6-months of age to preschool and investigate how cognitive and socioemotional factors are related to each other during early development. The focus for the current PhD position will be to use data from the longitudinal study to investigate the development of socioemotional abilities and their relation to family and parent factors. In addition, the PhD position may include studies in different cultures to give additional information about the role of cultural context to the development of infants' socioemotional development.
To qualify for a doctoral position in Psychology at Uppsala University, the applicant must have a master´s degree either including or in addition a minimum of 90 Swedish study credits in psychology. Applicants who have obtained qualifications equivalent or comparable to the criteria described above abroad are also eligible to apply. For more information concerning the requirements: http://www.psyk.uu.se/admissions/phd-studies
Other qualifications: Experience from assessing, investigating, or testing children and/or entire families in a research or a clinical context is desirable. An undergraduate degree in clinical psychology, or similar, is also desirable. Good IT knowledge and technical experience is considered a qualification.
The sucessful applicant will be supported by an employment as a PhD for 4 full years and primarily engage in research. Other work at the Department such as teaching and administration can optionally be included (max 20%).
Rules governing Ph.D. candidates are set out in the Higher Education Ordinance Chapter 5, §§ 1-7 and in Uppsala university's rules and guidelines http://regler.uu.se/search/?hits=30&languageId=1&search-language_en=English
Application: The application must be designed in Swedish or English and contain a letter in which the applicant describes themselves and their research interests. The application shall also include following documents:
Application for admission: http://uadm.uu.se/digitalAssets/81/a_81624-f_ansokan_forskarniva_eng.pdfCV including certified copies of meritsA list of completed coursesMaster thesis in psychologyA research planContact information for Academic references are desirableFor more information: http://www.psyk.uu.se/admissions/phd-studies/application
Uppsala University strives to be an inclusive workplace that promotes equal opportunities and attracts qualified candidates who can contribute to the University's excellence and diversity. We welcome applications from all sections of the community and from people of all backgrounds.
Pay: According to local agreement for PhD students and teaching assistants.
Desired starting date: 2017-11-01 (or as agreed). A temporary position during 4 years.
Working hours: 100 %
For further information about the position please contact professor Gustaf Gredebäck phone: 070-167 94 14, e-post: email@example.com,
You are welcome to submit your application no later than 2017-09-30, UFV-PA 2017/2986.
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