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WEEK OF July 24, 2015.

Roger Browse from the School of Computing passed away early the morning of July 18th, 2015.  Roger had a cross-appointment to Psychology since he arrived from UBC in the early 1980's and was instrumental in running the Cognitive Science program.  His children, Robb and Jennifer, are having him cremated and may host a reception at his home in the next few days.

UPCOMING ORALS(all orals are held in H228 CONFERENCE ROOM unless otherwise noted).

August 7, 2015.

Jennifer Bossio, PhD. Oral. Examining sexual correlates of neonatal circumcision in adult men  Dr. C.Pukall  External Examiner: Dr.Tuuli Kukkonen

August 10, 2015.

Haykaz Mangardich , MSc. Oral.    Neural Correlates of Children's Selective Word Learning   :  Dr. M.Sabbagh.  External Examiner: Dr. John Freeman, Education

Please see the link below for our new Feature Story on Chloe Hudson, as featured in the Spring 2015 edition of (e)affect magazine.

http://www.queensu.ca/psychology/news/Feature/ChloeHudsonJuly2015.html

Hi everyone – see the link for an article in the Globe and Mail on Jenn's research paper that was published in the Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality:

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/health-and-fitness/health/circumcised-or-not-it-matters-little-to-sexual-partners-study-shows/article25393912/

CONFERENCES/LECTURES/SEMINARS

Department of Psychology at the University of Manitoba (Winnipeg)-Our research team is currently looking to recruit for a study on motherhood and depression- the goal of this study is to examine vulnerabilities to depression in mothers in the postpartum period compared to nonpostpartum major depression.  Currently, we are seeking participants for the nonpostpartum group.  Specifically, we are hoping to recruit mothers who have at least one child and who may be depressed.

More information about the study can be found at this link: 

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/u-of-m-researcher-looking-for-moms-with-postpartum-depression-1.3036097

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/motherhoodanddepression

The third annual McMaster Symposium on Education & Cognition will take place on August 13-14, 2015 at McMaster University.  The symposium aims to bring together educators, researchers and policy makers to explore how cognitive principles can inform instructional design and critical issues in education.  In previous years, we have been fortunate to host an outstanding lineup of speakers recognized as leaders in the field.

Continuing this tradition, we are pleased to announce this year’s lineup of speakers including: Regan Gurung (Wisc-Green Bay), Geoff Norman (McMaster), Dan Smilek (Waterloo), Jennifer McCabe (Goucher), Marc Joanisse (Western) and Katherine Georgiades (McMaster).  Workshops include Presentation by Design, Writing Effective Multiple Choice Questions and Knowledge Translation: Drawing Attention to Your Research.

Thanks to the generous support of several campus partners, the earlybird registration fee (before July 15, 2015) for the conference which includes opening reception, breakfast, hot lunch, and refreshments will be $55 (general) and $35 (students).  Registration, accommodations, speaker profiles, and poster abstract submissions can be found at www.edcogmcmaster.ca.

You are invited and encouraged to participate in a survey designed to find out what happens to Psychology graduates in the years and decades after graduation, and to answer a host of additional questions:

  • How many people graduate each year in Canada with a master's or doctoral degree in psychology?
  • What is the job market like for a psychology graduate?
  • Are there enough jobs for psychology graduates?
  • How many psychologists are working in Canada?
  • How many psychologists do we need to meet the teaching, research, and service needs of Canadians?

The survey is being conducted by the CPA. So far, it has been completed by lots of individuals who have graduated from a clinical program, but what is missing is information from people who graduated from experimental/research-focused programs. Please help fix this information vacuum. Complete this survey yourself, and please forward the survey to all of your former graduates, where ever they may be today.

COMPLETE THE SURVEY BY CLICKING HERE!  This appeal applies to EVERYONE who has EVER completed a MASTER'S or DOCTORAL degree in ANY AREA of psychology in Canada. You don't have to be a registered psychologist; you don't have to work in a psychology related area; you can be unemployed, retired, at home or on parental leave. As long as you have completed a graduate degree in psychology, you are eligible to complete the survey.


JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Teaching positions available in the Department of Psychology-http://www.queensu.ca/psychology/news/Job-Opportunities.html 

Casual positions available for a study examining mental health needs of inmates. While positions at the various prisons in the Kingston area may be of greatest interest to current students given the proximity to your institution, there will also be interviews in other prisons across Ontario.

http://www.recruitingsite.com/csbsites/camh/JobDescription.asp?SuperCategoryCode=15233&JobNumber=759643&lang=en

We have a posting on Trialect at www.trialect.com by Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical Schoolsoliciting applications for research fellowship evaluating the benefits of yoga practices. As a research fellow at Brigham and Women's Hospital, an affiliate institution of Harvard Medical School, the candidate will also hold an appointment as a Research Fellow in Medicine at Harvard Medical School, with the possibility of future advancement to a faculty stream position. Completed graduate training with a Ph.D., Psy.D., M.D. or equivalent degree in psychology, psychiatry, behavioral medicine, psychophysiology or a relevant field is required.  The Harvard medical area has a strong research community in the fields of mind-body and integrative medicine, allowing for a wealth of potential research collaborations and training in these fields. Salary level will be commensurate with years of postdoctoral research experience as per NIH NRSA postdoctoral fellowship stipend guidelines.  We are reaching out to see if your fellows are interested to apply. The details can be perused at: Research Fellowship 

The Psychology Department at the University of Toronto Mississauga is accepting applications for two tenure-track positions at the Assistant  
Professor level - one in Social/Personality/Health Psychology and the other in Cognitive Psychology. The positions begin July 1, 2016.

The Hincks-Dellcrest Centreis a children’s and youth mental health treatment, research and teaching centre. We are seeking a Post-doctoral Research Fellow in developmental psychopathology, clinical child psychology, psychiatry or a closely related discipline. To apply please email a current CV and brief statement of research interests to Drs. Nancy Cohen at ncohen@hincksdellcrest.org and Fataneh Farnia at ffarnia@hincksdellcrest.org. Applications will be accepted until August 15 2015.

Nove Scotia Health Authority-Reporting to the Manager, Child & Youth Mental Health and Addictions Program, the Social Worker or Psychologist works as a member of the multi-disciplinary team to assess and treat individuals and families affected by a broad range of disorders, illnesses and mental health complaints. The Psychologist or Social Worker participates in the planning, development, provision and evaluation of Mental Health Services for those persons 19 and under. This position is located at Chipman site, with the expectation that travel to other sites will be required.Submit current resume with cover letter (quoting competition #) to:

People & Organizational Development

5 Chipman Drive, Kentville, NS B4N 3V7   FAX: (902) 678-2019

Email:careers@avdha.nshealth.ca   Website: www.avdha.nshealth.ca   



The School of Psychology at the University of Ottawa is accepting applications for one tenure-track position, at the Assistant, Associate of Full Professor level, in Psychology. The candidates should have a Ph.D. in Psychology and have demonstrated excellence and leadership in research using fMRI or PET technology, as evidenced by their publication and grant record.

The position begins July 1, 2016.

The Department of Psychology at Simon Fraser Universityis accepting applications for the position of Professor of Clinical Practice & Director of Clinical Training.

Consideration of applications for this permanent, non-tenure track position will commence Aug 4 2015 and continue until the position is filled. 

 
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