Montag, 14. März 2011

Recruiting for Doctoral Student: University of Maine

Recruiting for Doctoral Student: University of Maine

Posted by: Shannon McCoy
Title/Position: Assistant Professor
School/Organization: University of Maine
Sent to listserv of: SPSP, SESP, SPSSI
Date posted: March 14th, 2011


Dear Colleagues,

Funding has just become available for a new social psychology doctoral student in my lab here at the University of Maine. This was very unexpected, and I turned away interested applicants early in the recruiting season. If you happen to know of students who are still looking for a PhD program in social psychology for next Fall, please encourage them to email me.

A good fit with the lab would be someone interested in stigma and openness to (or experience with) psychophysiological methods (e.g., Biopac – EKG, ZKG, EMG, BP). For a recent example of related work by my senior graduate student, see Cosley et al. (2010), JESP.

Current projects in the lab involve examining the role of weight stigma in academic outcomes, perceived sexism in women's identification with the ingroup, and several projects examining the consequences of sexual prejudice for gay men and lesbian women.

Interested students should email me directly to arrange a timely submission of application materials.

Thanks!

Shannon McCoy
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
University of Maine, Orono
207 581 2029
shannon.mccoy[at]umit.maine.edu
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