The position is full-time and tenured, and provides the opportunity for building an independent research team. Candidates must have excellent credentials in building and testing computational models that implement theoretical assumptions about psychological processes. They should have a strong interest in applying formal modeling as a tool for theory building and testing in several areas of psychological inquiry. Candidates are expected to have strong didactic skills as well as teaching, consulting and collaborating experience in computational modelling. Teaching will be in German or English.
Applications should include the usual documents, plus a research statement and a statement on the applicant's open-science practices.
Qualified women and individuals from other underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply.
Application deadline: 15 September 2023