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Research Specialist/Lab Manager
Univ. of Wisconsin Madison
$30,000 - $39,999
Lab Manager Position at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Professor Patricia Devine is seeking a full-time Lab Manager/ Research Specialist for the Prejudice and Intergroup Relations Lab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. This position would begin in August of 2018 and would last for one year with the possibility of renewal.

In order to apply, please view and complete the application at the following link:

-Applicants must hold a Bachelor's degree in psychology or a related field.
-Well qualified applicants will have the following preferred experience:
-Experience conducting research with adults and children.
-Formal coursework in research methods, statistics, developmental psychology, and social psychology are preferred.
-Strong computer skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office and SPSS are desirable.
-Preference will be given to applicants who have prior research experience conducting intervention-related research.
-Preference will also be given to applicants who have experience conducting research within school settings, have experience working with psychology participant pools, and have experience supervising undergraduate students.

About the Lab:
The Prejudice and Intergroup Relations Lab is a research group that focuses on understanding the origins of intergroup biases, the perpetuation of biases, and the reduction of biases. This position will be engaged in performing research tasks, training undergraduate students, and administrative tasks. Many of the projects conducted within the laboratory concern large-scale intervention studies from childhood through adulthood. More information can be found here:

The application will be open until May 29th. Please contact Patricia Devine at with any questions. 
Patricia Devine
1202 West Johnson St.
Madison WI, 53706
NOTE: The above information is provided by the employer. The Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Inc. does not verify the accuracy of these statements.