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Postdoctoral Researcher
NYU Abu Dhabi
Post-doctoral Position

Dr. P.J. Henry at New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) is inviting applications for a two-year Post-Doctoral Associate position in the area of social and political psychology to start October 2024 (starting date negotiable). The postdoctoral associate will work on quantitative and survey-based research projects focusing on areas related to gender roles, masculinity / femininity, gender identity, and gender-based discrimination, prejudice, and inequality.

Experience with survey methodology and use of Qualtrics or other survey administration tools is a requirement. Strong quantitative skills are also necessary, including expertise or experience with sophisticated statistical analyses such as multilevel modeling, cross-lagged panel modeling / longitudinal analyses, and/or structural equation modeling. Experience working with interdisciplinary research (e.g., sociology, gender studies, political science, human development) is a plus.

In addition to the core project responsibilities, the post-doctoral associate will have an agreed portion of their time protected to spend on advancing their own research, for which they can take advantage of the excellent facilities and research culture at NYUAD.

This position is located in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, where the selected candidate will join a thriving research community in the Psychology program at New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD). The social psychology faculty have strong connections to the NYU campus in New York. Funding is guaranteed for up to two years with opportunity for renewal following a successful performance evaluation. The terms of employment are highly competitive and include housing and travel subsidies, a moving allowance, and educational subsidies for those with children.

For more information, please see the job ad posted here:

PJ Henry
NYU Abu Dhabi P O Box 903
New York NY, 10276-0903
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