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This section is intended for listing current job
openings in positions relevant to our readers.
Submissions should be in the following format:
1) Pos ition title, 2) Institution name, 3) Institution
location, 4)Full description, 5)60-character line length
Send job postings to:
John M. Grohol, Psy.D., Assistant Editor(
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Institution: San Francisco State University,
Dept. o f Special Education
Location: San Francisco, CA, USA
Tenure Track Position. Joint Doctoral Program in Special
Education - San Francisco State University & UC Berkeley--
Atypical Developmental Psycholinguistics emphasis:
Assistant/Associate Professor, based on qualifications.
Doctorate in Special Education, Education of the Deaf,
Linguistics, Psychology or related discipline. Knowledge
of language acquis ition in atypical populations (e.g., Deaf,
language/learning disabled, specific language impaired).
Strong evidence of scholarly productivity or potential.
Minimum of two years professional experience. University
teaching, research, grant writing, and experience working
with special needs children in language and/or literacy
development desirable. Knowledge of multicultural and
multilingual aspects of deafness and related areas of
education preferred. Duties include teachin g doctoral
level courses in linguistics of ASL, sign language
acquisition, teaching master's degree courses in related
areas of special education, and supervision of doctoral
dissertations, research and teaching practica. Application
r eviews begin March 15, 1996; position open until filled.
Send letter of application, vita, and three letters of
recommendation to: Chair, Search Committee, Joint Doctoral
Program, Department of Special Education, San Francisco
State Un iversity, 1600 Holloway Avenue, San Francisco,
CA 94132. SFSU is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
>From the PSYCOLOQUY Digest
Institution: American Psychological Association
Location: Washington, DC, USA
The Publications and Communications (P& C) Board of APA
is asking for nominations for the editorship of
Contemporary Psychology. If you, or anyone you know,
is interested,send a one page (or less) statement of your
(or nominee's) qualifications and interest to: Donna M.
Gelf and, Ph.D., Search Committee Chair; c/o Lee Cron,
P&C Board Search Liaison; Room 2004; American
Psychological Association; 750 First Street, N.E.;
Washington, D.C. 20002-4242. Members of the search
committee are: No rman Abeles, Joe Martinez, Richard Suinn,
and Judith Worell. First review of nominations will begin
June 1, 1996.
In stitution: Univ. of South Florida, Dept. of Psychology
Location: Tampa, FL, USA
research project funded until 2001 by the National Institute
on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (PI: Mark S. Goldman).

This individual will oversee daily operations of a research
program on cognitive/expectancy factors involved in the
etiology and prevention of problem drinking a nd alcoholism.
Candidates should have a Ph.D. in psychology or cognitive
science and should be interested in committing to this line
of research, and in pursuing research of their own in
related areas. A background in one or more of the f ollowing
areas is desirable: alcoholism/substance abuse research,
multivariate statistics, computational modeling, and
cognitive/neural models of learning and development.
Potential applicants who have some of these characteristics
and are interested in acquiring others are encouraged to
apply. The position will begin about August/September 1996,
and will last for two years, with extensions possible.

Interested parties may send curriculum vitae to Mark S.
Goldman, Ph.D ., Department of Psychology, BEH 339, University
of South Florida, Tampa, FL 33620-8200. Phone: (813) 974-6963,
Fax: (813) 974-3409 or E-mail:
USF is an equal opportunity employer.
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Institution: Univ. of S. Florida, Dept. of Psychology and
H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center
Location: Tampa, FL, USA
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The Department of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences
and the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute
at the University of South Florida are seeking an Associate
or Full Professor in Clinical Psychology to further develop
the collaborative ties that exist between the Department and
the Cancer Center. This is a 12-month tenure earning
position with the Department of Psychology, beginning
August 7, 1996.

This indivi dual is expected to teach, provide research and
clinical supervision, and be actively involved in the
Department's APA Approved Clinical Psychology Doctoral
Training Program. The teaching load is supportive of a
productive research progra m. The candidate is also
expected to establish a multi-disciplinary research program
in cancer prevention at the Cancer Center. Applicants must
hold a Ph.D. in clinical psychology, have completed an
internship approved by the American Ps ychological Association,
possess sophistication in research methodology and multi-
variate statistics, have a minimum of five years (Associate
Professor) or seven years (Full Professor) of academic or
equivalent experience, and have direct research experience
in areas related to psychosocial aspects of cancer prevention.
These may include, but are not limited to behavioral and
psychosocial aspects of: tobacco use, testing and counseling
for heritable cancers, cancer screen ing and early detection,
and cancer risk reduction. The successful candidate will be
expected to establish a vigorous research program and
successfully compete for extramural funding. Academic rank
and salary will be commensurate with qu alifications and

Send inquiries and current curriculum vitae to: William
Sacco, Ph.D., Director of Training in Clinical Psychology
and/or Paul Jacobsen, Ph.D., Director of Psychosocial
Oncology, Office of Faculty Recruitmen t, Moffitt Cancer
Center, 12902 Magnolia Drive, Tampa, Florida 33612. For
disability accommodations please contact Jody Swanson
at (813)975-7894. Applications must be postmarked by the
deadline date of March 7, 1996.

The University of South Florida is an urban, comprehensive
research and teaching university. It is the second largest
university in the Southeast and he 15th largest in the
nation with more than 36,000 students. The Clinical
Psychology Program, located w ithin a 33-member Psychology
Department, is American Psychological Association approved
and strongly committed to the scientist-practitioner model.
H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute, adjacent
to the Health Sciences Cent er on the University of South
Florida's Tampa campus includes a modern, 162-bed inpatient
and ambulatory facility, a 25-bed bone marrow
transplantation program, a high volume screening program
that consists of a fixed site and mobile unit and a new
basic research facility.

Moffitt Cancer Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer
The University of South Florida is an Equal Opportunity/
Equal Access/Affirmative Action Employer
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Institution: Augusta College, Dept. of Psychology
Location: Augusta, GA, USA
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Augusta College, a Senior Unit of the University System
of Georgia, invites applications for two tenure track
assistant professors, one in clinical and one in general
experimental, beginning in Sept ember, 1996. Candidates must
possess a Ph.D. and be committed to teaching, scholarly
pursuits and service. The clinical position will be filled
by a person who is licensed or license eligible in Georgia,
with preference for candidates wi th training in child
assessment and intervention and/or background working with
diverse populations. A cognitive specialization is
preferred for the general experimental position. Specify
to which position application is being made--with resume,
names of references and other supporting materials--to:
Dr. W. Harold Moon, Chair, Search Committee, Department of
Psychology, Augusta College, Augusta, GA 30904-2200. The
formal deadline is February 15, but candidates may be
considered until the positions are filled. We
are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution.
>From the PSYCOLOQUY Digest
Institution: Univ. of Kentucky, Dept. of Educational and
Counseling Psychology
Location: Lexington, KY, USA
CO UNSELING PSYCHOLOGIST: Assistant Professor, tenure-
track position, starting Fall, 1996, APA-accredited
program. Teach gradaute courses in personality assessment,
counseling theory, techniques, group. APA accredited program
graduate, stron g clinical and research interests essential.
Competence in gender and multicultural issues desirable.
Must be licensable in Kentucky. Send resume, three LORs to
Search Committee Chair, Department of Educational and
Counseling Psychology, U niversity of Kentucky, Lexington,
KY 40506-0017.

University of Kentucky is an equal opportunity employer.
>From the PSYCOLOQUY Digest
Institution: Togus VA Hospital
Location: Togus, ME, USA
Togus VA hospital is looking for a BC/BE psychiatrist to
join a multidisciplinary team providin g general psychiatric
treatment to both an inpatient and outpatient population,
as well as a variety of specialty care (PTSD, CDRP).
Togus VAH is the only VA in the state of Maine, conveniently
located within commuting distance of the coas t and with
access to a wide variety of outdoor activities. With its
reputation for leadership in the health field (1995 Margaret
Chase Smith Award), working at Togus provides an excellent
opportunity to practice quality medicine and live in a
scenic, safe state. For more information contact: or Write: Togus VA Hospital,
Togus, ME 04330.
Institution: Fordham University, Dept. of Psychology
Location: Bronx, NY, USA
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The Department of Psychology at Fordham University has
openings for three tenure-track positions with a starting
date of Fall semester, 1996. We are an equal opportunity
employer and strongly encour age minorities and women to apply.

- CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY (rank open) for the APA-accredited
doctoral program: We are especially interested in
candidates with interests in multicultural issues,
severe and persistent mental illne ss, and/or substance
- HEALTH/COUNSELING/CLINICAL (Assistant Professor): must
be able to teach courses in introductory psychology,
psychopathology, human sexuality and applied courses for
upper division undergradu ates.
- APPLIED PSYCHOMETRICS (rank open): This individual must
be able to contribute to the Ph.D. program in applied
psychometrics by facilitating the development of applied
skills in measurement, research design, and statistic al

Candidates for all three positions must have a Ph.D., college
teaching experience, and be committed to undergraduate
teaching in a multi-campus University with both day and
evening courses. Preference will be given to c andidates with
a record of scholarly publications who can establish
collaborative relationships with faculty and students
across Clinical, Developmental, and Psychometrics doctoral
programs, and who have the potential to secure outside
funding. Review of applications will begin immediately and
continue until the positions are filled. Send vita,
evidence of teaching experience and three letters of
reference to the appropriate search committee, Department
of Psychology, F ordham University, Bronx, NY 10458-5198.
We are an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourage
minorities and women to apply.
>From the PSYCOLOQUY Digest
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Institution: Queens College, CUNY, Dept. of Psychology
Location: Flushing, NY, USA
The Departm ent of Psychology at Queens College of the City
University of New York anticipates one tenure-track
position for a qualified Ph.D. at time of appointment,
with active research commitment. Candidates should be
prepared to teach at graduate and undergraduate levels, and
will be expected to qualify for membership in the Learning
Processes or Neuropsychology Subprograms of CUNY's Doctoral
Program in Psychology. Appointment will be at the level of
assistant or associate profes sor to coincide with one the
following descriptions:

- Applied Behavior Analyst. In addition to teaching at the
undergraduate and graduate levels, the successful
candidate will be expected to develop an extensive
program of a pplied research that will incorporate
data-based Masters and Doctoral student field supervision
in Applied Behavior Analysis.
- Experimental Psychologist. Applicants will be expected to
teach at the undergraduate and graduate lev els, and
should have an active basic research program in one or
more of the following areas: learning and memory;
physiology; perception; cognitive neuropsychology.

Salary range: Assistant Professor, $29,931-$52,213 9;
Associate, $39,003-$62,394. Applicants should submit a letter
of application, a curriculum vitae, sample publications, and
three letters of recommendation to: Applied Behavior
Analysis or Experimental Search, Department of Psychology,
Queens College/CUNY, Flushing, New York 11367-0904. Review
of applications will be begin on April 9 and will continue
until a suitable candidate is identified. AA/EOE.
Institution: SUNY Stony Brook, Domestic Violence Lab
Location: Stony Brook, NY, USA
The Domestic Violence Lab at SUNY Ston y Brook
is accepting applications postdoctoral fellows
for the 1996-98 funding period. Postdocs work
with K. Daniel O'Leary, Dina Vivian, and/or
Richard Heyman. Postdocs participate in
training seminars, conduct original research, and
see clients in the Marital Therapy Clinic. Current
reasearch in our lab includes:

- Prevention of dating aggression (NIMH funded)
- Comparison of men's/women's groups to couples
groups to treat wife abuse (NIMH funded)
- Comm unication differences between aggressive
and nonaggressive couples.
- Cognitive differences between aggressive
and nonaggressive couples.
- Psychopathology and abuse (depression, PTSD,
axis II).
- Gendered approaches to couples treatment of
aggressive couples.

Participants participate in a two year NIMH
training program beginning Summer of 1996. Training
program involves seminars on spouse abuse and
research methodology. Stipend levels depend up on years of
postdoctoral experience. Travel and research support money
is provided. Contact: Dr. Daniel O'Leary at 516-632-7852,
Psychology Department, The University at Stony Brook,
Stony Brook, NY, 11794-2500. The State University of N ew
York is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Institution.
Email: or or
Institution: La Salle University, Dept. of Psychology
Location: Philadelphia, PA, USA
La Salle University - The Depar tment of Psychology
anticipates a tenure-track position at the Assistant
Professor level to begin Fall, 1996. Applicants should
have a Ph.D., and a strong commitment to teaching and
research. Although the area of specialty is open,
pre ference will be given to psychologists with a
specialization in clinical psychology. Opportunities for
graduate teaching are available. Applications will be
accepted until final candidates are selected. Send a letter
of interest, vita, at least three letters of recommendation
and reprints/preprints to: David J. Falcone, Chair,
Department of Psychology, La Salle University,
Philadelphia, PA 19141. La Salle is an Equal Opportunity/
Affirmative Action Employer.
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>From the PSYCOLOQUY Digest
Institution: Vanderbilt University, Dept. of Psychology
Location: Nashville, TN, USA
The Department of Psychology at Vanderbilt University is
accepting applications for two-year NIMH postdoctoral
fellowships in psychotherapy research and oth er
psychosocial treatments. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in
clinical psychology or in a closely related area and
demonstrate a strong commitment to a clinical research
career. Training will emphasize technical and
methodological issues relating to assessment and
psychological and behavioral change. Stipends start at
$19,608, plus health care coverage. Candidates must be
U.S. citizens. Send resume, statement of career plans,
reprints, and three letters of recommenda tion to:
Hans H. Strupp, Department of Psychology, 301 Wilson Hall,
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 37240.
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
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