The Narrative, Identity, Culture, and Education (NICE) Lab in the Department of Psychology, directed by Dr. Moin Syed, is seeking a Post-Doctoral Researcher to contribute to our research program on cultural/ethnic minority psychology, development, personality, and open science. The focus of this position is both on original research and developing research infrastructure to support open science.
Specific duties include:
Manuscript preparation (40%): Preparing manuscripts to submit for publication based on data sets in the lab and/or procured externally. The focus of these manuscripts will be on replicability, robustness, and credibility of different research topics of interest to cultural/ethnic minority psychology.
Open science infrastructure (30%): Assisting in developing and supporting new research infrastructure initiatives aimed at promoting robust, reproducible, and open cultural/ethnic minority psychological research.
Data management and analysis (20%): Organizing, cleaning, and archiving data; conducting basic and advanced data analysis.
Supervision of research assistants (10%): Overseeing and delegating work to graduate and undergraduate research assistants.
PhD in Psychology or related field
Strong research background and/or interest in cultural and ethnic minority psychology
Knowledge of and interest in open science principles and practices (e.g., reproducibility, preregistration, data archiving).
Strong quantitative skills
Experience with R programming
Experience working with qualitative/open-ended data
Research background and/or interest in personality and/or developmental psychology
Internal Number: 335693
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