Three Openings for Post-Doctoral Fellows on the Behavioral Science of Misinformation and Psychology of Belief
There are 3 postdoctoral researcher positions to begin Fall 2020 (or sooner), for two years (with the possibility of extending depending on funding). Researcher will be physically housed either in David Rand's Human Cooperation Lab at the Sloan School of Management (MIT) or Gordon Pennycook’s Behavioral Science Lab at the Hill/Levene Schools of Business (University of Regina), and there will be substantial intellectual integration across the two sites (e.g. weekly joint lab meetings, research visits to the other location, etc.). Fellows will design and run research studies, analyze data, prepare publications, and be a core member of the collective intellectual community spanning the two labs.
The full job ad can be found here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vRxm1yjxwVTNYZzKnC1GzHtui6ax1uZ4yE0u_R69ZT6vJRwr5rpgQol9p3cYG8sA4E3zqmTvPzRZrwr/pub
Interested applicants can send their CV, a statement of interest (two pages max), and up to 3 reprints/preprints to: Antonio Arechar <aa.arechar [at] gmail.com>. Also, list up to 3 referees but do not send reference letters. We will contact referees for shortlisted candidates.
For assistantship positions available for graduate students outside the department, see External Opportunities.
You may also view other assistantship opportunities available on campus through the Human Resources website.