We are seeking a candidate for a tenure-track position in Quantitative and/or Experimental Methodology at the assistant professor level to enhance our major programs. The successful candidate will have a passion for teaching courses in psychological statistics, psychological research methods, and advanced quantitative methods. Strong preference will be given to candidates who have demonstrated teaching excellence in these areas and will involve undergraduates in their research. Review of applications for this position will begin on October 15, 2013 and the position will begin August 16, 2014. A Ph.D. in psychology or related discipline is required. All applicants must submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, research statement, teaching philosophy, reprints, graduate transcript, and three letters of recommendation.
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Topic: Choosing How Best to Choose: Antecedent Volition and Decision Process Representation in Discrete Choice Models
Antecedent volition (AV) refers to higher-level decision processes that direct evaluative and selection processes; these include such diverse phenomena as what goals to activate and pursue, what information to use, what products to eliminate and what decision rule(s) to employ to support identification of the preferred alternative in a decision instance.
An extended abstract (600 words including title, authors and abstract; word or pdf document) should be submitted directly via email to the Guest Editors by the enclosed dates. On the basis of the abstract the GEs will invite submission of the paper.
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