QUEENS UNIVERSITY BELFAST

Lecturer in Experimental Social Psychology

Location
Belfast, Northern Ireland
Salary
£36,261 - £50,132 per annum
Posted
Monday, 25 February 2019
End of advertisement period
Wednesday, 3 April 2019
Ref
19/107256
Academic Discipline
Social Sciences, Psychology
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Application closing date 03/04/2019
Salary £36,261 - £50,132 per annum (potential to progress to £53,175 per annum through sustained exceptional contribution)
Job category/type Academic

Job description

The School of Psychology holds a Gold Athena SWAN award that recognises the work that it has done in supporting gender equality.     The School of Psychology is seeking to appoint a lecturer to undertake research in the area of experimental social psychology.

The School has a very active research group in the area of social psychology and is home to the Centre for Identity and Intergroup relations, led by Professor Rhiannon Turner www.qub.ac.uk/research-centres/ciir.  The Centre is multidisciplinary, involving collaborations with academics from the disciplines of anthropology, architecture, education, and politics amongst others, multi-methodological, conducting both basic and applied research using a variety of different methodologies (e.g., experimental, survey, interview and ethnographic research, affective computing and social signal processing), and multinational, with collaborators and projects across Europe, North and South America, and Australia. We have two bespoke laboratories: the Identity and Intergroup Relations Laboratory that contains cubicles with computers for experiments, plus an area for interviews and interactive research, and the Social Interactions Laboratory that incorporates hardware and software to observe and collect data from a variety of modalities simultaneously during social interactions, and to run virtual reality experiments.   

We are seeking to appoint a lecturer who will contribute to our already strong research profile in the area of experimental social psychology and to our teaching portfolio.      

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