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A 2-3 year Post Doc position at the Psychology of Intergroup Conflict and Reconciliation Lab at The Hebrew University (ERC funded Project)
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
The Psychology of Intergroup Conflict and Reconciliation Lab at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is seeking applicants for a Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship for a period of 2 or 3 years. Research in the lab focuses on the psychological (mainly emotional) underpinning of long-term intergroup conflicts, focusing on attempts to develop and implement psychological interventions that promote social change in favor of democracy and peace. The successful candidate will work together with Prof. Halperin, and will manage and lead the lab’s newly funded ERC project titled: " Personalized Interventions to Improve Intergroup Relations and Promote Peace”. The research funded by the ERC grant is aimed at identifying novel mechanisms by which different intergroup interventions influence different individuals, i.e., creating an innovative framework for personalized intergroup interventions. The postdoc will work closely with team members, will oversee communication in the team and coordinate day-to-day activities to ensure successful completion of the project.
The position is a full time, two (with the option to extend to three) year position in Jerusalem and the start date of the is September 2020.
- PhD in social psychology or relevant field
- Strong written and oral communication skills
- Strong methodological and statistical skills
- Ability to work with junior collaborators
Required Application Materials:
- A cover letter describing your interest in and qualifications for
- Up to three writing samples that demonstrate your expertise
and fit for the position
- The names and contact information of up to three letter writers
Deadline: All materials received before 15.4.20 will receive full consideration.
Email application materials as a single PDF file to:
Department of Psychology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Mount Scopus
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