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Institution: Tufts University
Location: MA, US
TUFTS UNIVERSITY Department of Psychology: invites
applications for two tenure-track faculty positions
beginning 9/1/97. The department supports active research-
oriented undergraduate and doctoral programs in Experimental
Psychology. Teaching responsibilities include developing and
teaching courses in your area of expertise, as well as
regularly helping to teach introductory psychology,
statistics, or research methods.  Reflecting our goal to
further strengthen our focus on cognition and neuroscience
we are searching for individuals with demonstrated research
interests in the following possible areas:

Cognitive/Developmental: Broadly defined areas of research
interest could include: spatial cognition, attention,
language, perception or problem solving during development.
Send applications to: Dr. Phillip Holcomb.

Social Cognition: Broadly defined areas of research interest
could include social aspects of language, memory, cognitive
models of attitudes, including stereotyping; decision
making; affect and cognition; or social perception. Send
applications to: Dr. Robert Cook.

Research Clinical Psychology: Demonstrated commitment to
research in clinical psychology with strong connections to
biologically oriented or cognitive psychology is preferred.
This position centers on our undergraduate major in clinical
psychology and as such the ability to involve students in
research and teach courses in clinical research methods and
abnormal psychology is preferred. Send applications to:
Dr. David Harder.

A Ph.D. and an active, potentially fundable research program
that complements the department's existing strengths in
cognition and neuroscience are required. Demonstrated
ability to successfully teach students from under
represented groups preferred. Tufts is an Affirmative
Action/Equal Opportunity university, and women and
applicants from underrepresented groups are very strongly
encouraged to apply.  Send cover letter indicating your area
of interest and outlining research plans, a vita, three
letters of recommendation, and relevant publications to the
appropriate committee chair, Faculty Search, Department of
Psychology, Tufts University, Medford, MA 02155.
Review of applications begins November 18, 1996.

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Institution: Smith College
Location: MA, US
Smith College School for Social Work invites applications
for two full-time faculty positions, at the Assistant and
Associate Professor levels.  Teaching opportunities are
available in both the Master's and Doctoral Programs.  The
School offers a unique opportunity for a clinical scholar-
practitioner to teach across two or more sequences (i.e.,
Social Work Practice, HB/SE, Social Welfare Services &
Policy, Research), advise master degree theses and/or
doctoral dissertations and act as a faculty liaison within a
national network of agency affiliations.  All full time
faculty are assigned some administrative responsibility.

Building on a long tradition, the School has a mission of
excellence in education for clinical social work.  The
educational program is organize on the "Block Plan" a
carefully devised sequence of intensive academic sessions
on campus in the summer, followed by intervening field
internships September through April.  The School enrolls
approximately 300 master's students and 30 students in the
Doctoral program.  There are 100 agency internship
affiliations in 20 geographic areas across the country.  The
School is also committed to the support of service delivery
to vulnerable clients in nearby urban communities.

Smith College is part of a Five College Consortium which
affords access to a wide variety of cultural and educational
opportunities. In recent years the School has increased
racial diversity among the student body and is working to
increase diversity among its faculty and staff.

Qualifications: A master's degree from an accredited School
of Social Work and a doctorate in social work of a closely
related field (ABDs near completion may also be considered).
Cross sequence teaching competencies and a demonstrated
commitment to scholarship and research.

Review of applications will begin on November 1, 1996 and
continue until the positions are filled.  Please submit a
curriculum vitae, a brief letter of application, a sample
publication, and the names of three references to:

Chair, Search Committee
Smith College School for Social Work
Lilly Hall
Northampton, Massachusetts  01063

In addition, students and alumnae of the School are
available to discuss the general climate of the program.

Lee Scriggins, MSW.  Smith SSW '96.

Institution: Wayne State University
Location: MI, US
The Department of Psychology at Wayne State University is
accepting applications for a new tenure-track position in
Cognitive Psychology. The starting date is Fall 1997 and is
intended to be at the rank of Assistant Professor.  However,
exceptional applicants for more senior positions will also
be considered.  The successful candidate is expected to
establish a nationally recognized funded research program.
In addition, he/she will teach two courses per semester,
including an undergraduate laboratory and lecture course in
Cognitive Psychology and/or Perception as well as graduate
courses in his/her speciality area.

Interested individuals should send a cover letter describing
their teaching and research interests, an up-to-date c.v.,
copies of recent publications and arrange to have three
letters of recommendation forwarded to the following

Chair, Cognitive Psychology Search
Department of Psychology
Wayne State University
71 West Warren Avenue
Detroit, MI 48202

Applications will be accepted until December 1, 1996 or
until the position is filled.  Interested applicants are
encouraged to apply immediately.  Wayne State University is
an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.
Therefore, we strongly encourage qualified minority and/or
female candidates to apply.

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Institution: University of Missouri-Columbia
Location: MO, US
MISSOURI-COLUMBIA is inviting applications for three tenure-
track positions. Applicants with research interests in
health psychology/addictive behaviors are sought. We intend
to make appointments in the following areas: (1) CLINICAL at
the assistant/associate level with interests in adult
experimental psychopathology; (2) COUNSELING at the
assistant level with interests in prevention and
psychosocial interventions; and (3) SOCIAL at the assistant
level with interests in personality, motivation/emotion, or
close relationships. Competitive salary and start-up funds
will be offered. To apply, send vita, up to five
representative reprints, a cover letter stating research and
teaching interests, and three letters of reference to: Chair
of the relevant search committee, Department of Psychology,
210 McAlester Hall, University of Missouri-Columbia,
Columbia, MO 65211. Inquiries can be made at (573) 884-6277.
We will begin screening applications in October, 1996, and
anticipate interviewing as early as November with a start
date of August, 1997. The University of Missouri does not
discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national
origin, ancestry, sex, age, disability, status as disabled
veteran, or veteran of Vietnam era.

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Institution: Rutherford Hospital
Location: NC, US
Rutherford Hospital, in Rutherfordton, NC, is looking for
someone with enthusiasm, strong public relations skills, and
a sincere desire to work with the adult psychiatric
population. You'll provide individual counseling,
group/family therapy, community relations activities, and
discharge planning. Your MSW is a MUST. CCSW preferred.

Send or fax resume to: Scott York
Rutherford Hospital
308 S. Ridgecrest Ave
Rutherfordton, NC 28139
Fax: 704-286-5566

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Institution: SUNY-Stoney Brook
Location: NY, US
State University of New York at Stony Brook
The Department of Psychology invites applications for a
tenure-track position in the CLINICAL area starting
September, 1997. Applicants should have demonstrated
potential to develop and sustain a productive, independent
research program. All areas of clinical research will be
considered. Female and minority applicants are particularly

Application deadline is November 15. Send CV, reprints, and
4 letters of recommendation to: Clinical Search Committee,
Department of Psychology, State University of New York at
Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY 11794-2500.

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Institution: George Mason University
Location: VA, US
of Psychology at George Mason University anticipates a
tenure-track position beginning fall 1997; rank open. The
ideal candidate will have research interests in cognition
and experience in applying cognitive theory to solve real-
world problems. In particular, we seek a candidate with a
Ph.D. and a demonstrated record of applied cognitive
research. Knowledge, skills, and abilities in computational
cognitive modeling and cognitive task analysis, teaching
experience, experience in working for government or
industry, and a history of obtaining outside funding are
desirable. Responsibilities include research and teaching.
Areas of teaching expertise should include undergraduate and
graduate cognitive psychology as well as specialty courses
in the applied cognitive area.

Applications will be evaluated starting on November 15,
1996; the search will continue until a suitable candidate is
found for this position. A vita, three letters of
recommendation, a brief statement of research and teaching
interests, and copies of relevant preprints/reprints should
be sent to: Ms. Sarah O'Connor, HF-AC Search Committee,
George Mason University, m/s 3f5, Fairfax, VA 22030; phone
(703) 993-0336, e-mail:  gray@gmu.edu. For more information
about our Human Factors--Applied Cognitive program, see our
web page: http://web.gmu.edu/departments/psychology/hf.html.

We encourage applications from women and minority
candidates. George Mason University is an Affirmative
Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Institution: Virginia Commonwealth University
Location: VA, US
Faculty position available in the Department of Psychology
of Virginia Commonwealth University for an individual with
research and training interests in SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND
BEHAVIORAL PHARMACOLOGY. Candidates should have a Ph.D.
degree with pre- and/or post-doctoral research experience in
laboratory-based studies of behavioral effects of alcohol or
other drugs of abuse in human subjects. Laboratory space and
collaborative research opportunities will be provided at the
Medical College of Virginia Health Sciences Campus in
association with the Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies.
Appointment will be in a tenurable position with salary and
rank based on level of previous experience; senior
scientists are also invited to apply.

Send letter describing research plans, CV and three letters
of recommendation to Dr. Robert Balster, Department of
Psychology, Box 842018, Virginia Commonwealth University,
Richmond, VA 23284-2018.
Evaluation of candidates to begin on September 1, 1996,
continuing until the position is filled. Virginia
Commonwealth University is an Equal Opportunity/
Affirmative Action Employer. Women, minorities and persons
with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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Institution: University of Virginia
Location: VA, US
The University of Virginia, Department of Psychology
anticipates an opening for a tenure-track Assistant
Professor in Clinical Psychology to begin in fall 1997.
Applicants with a strong commitment to teaching and evidence
of success in research are invited to apply. Applications
from women and minorities are strongly encouraged. Send
vitae, a statement of research and teaching interests,
reprints/preprints, and three or more letters of
recommendation to Chair, Clinical Search Committee,
Department of Psychology, 102 Gilmer Hall, University of
Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 22903-2477. Deadline for
receipt of applications is DECEMBER 1, 1996. The University
of Virginia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action

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Institution: Evergreen State College
Location: WA, US
THE EVERGREEN STATE COLLEGE, a public, liberal arts college
emphasizing intensive interdisciplinary study and team
teaching seeks broadly trained candidates committed to
undergraduate teaching at all levels.

the therapeutic process from a multiplicity of schools of
psychology and to explore the nature of psychology and the
therapeutic process from disciplines outside of psychology

Required: experience in private practice or in a client-
oriented position in an institution or agency; experience or
expertise in working across cultural differences (e.g. race,
gender, class, age, sexual orientation), with the ability
to integrate such experience with teaching; knowledge and
ability to teach current issues such as ethics, managed care
and contemporary changing models (for example ecopsychology,
transpersonal and transcultural psychology); licensure or
license eligibility in Washington State in
psychology/counseling or social work. Experience supervising
psychology interns is preferred. Ability to teach a
secondary area such as developmental psychology is an
additional strength. Experience with learning communities
and nontraditional approaches to higher education is
preferred. MSW, Ph.D. or Psy.D. from APA approved program
strongly preferred.

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGIST able to teach foundation level social
psychology as well as more advanced material addressing the
history and scientific study of social psychology and its
relationship to the social sciences and other branches of
psychology. Qualified candidates must be able to teach
qualitative and quantitative research methods and all
topics within social psychology. Experience working in the
public or private sector is desirable. Ph.D. or ABD strongly
preferred. These are regular faculty positions: typical
first appointment is 3-year term contract, eligible for
permanent appointment after 3-6 years of full-time teaching
at Evergreen.

Information and application procedures from: Faculty Hiring
Coordinator, TESC, L-2211E, Olympia, WA 98505, or
email pinsonr@elwha.evergreen.edu. Screening starts October
21, continues until position is filled.
* E-mail to: Faculty Hiring Coordinator

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