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Oct 22, 2001, 1:11:53 PM10/22/01
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PSYCOLOQUY ISSN 1055-0143 day, 22nd October 2001, Newsletter Section

(1) Announcement: Jean Piaget Society Call for Papers.
(2) Employment: Asst/Assoc Prof in Cognitive/Learning Sciences.
(3) Employment: Prof & Asst/Assoc Prof in Clinical Psychology.


From: Constance Milbrath (
Subject: Jean Piaget Society Call for Papers.

Call for Papers, Symposia and Posters:

The Jean Piaget Society invites program submissions for the 32nd Annual
Meeting to take place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 6 - 8, 2002.
The theme of this years conference is, The Embodied Mind and
Consciousness: Developmental Perspectives. In ever widening circles of
academic and professional discourse, the body is being discussed as
both a physical structure and a form of lived experience. The concept
of embodiment is increasingly called upon to account for the
contextualization of perception, thinking, feeling, desire, and social
relationships as these and other processes emerge from a body actively
engaged in a world of socio-cultural and physical objects. A panel of
distinguished plenary speakers and invited symposia will provide a
forum for exploring conceptions of the development of the embodied mind
and consciousness from biological, psychological, and cultural
perspectives. In addition, a special feature seminar on Piaget's The
Origins of Intelligence in Children will be led by several Piagetian

Scholars interested in the development of knowledge are invited to
participate whatever their discipline. Submissions which do not address
the program theme are welcome.

Submission deadline is December 1, 2001. Please see the Jean Piaget
Society website <> for submission details or write

Eric Amsel
Department of Psychology
Weber State University
1202 University Circle
Ogden UT 84408-1202


From: Sarah Brem (
Subject: Asst/Assoc Prof in Cognitive/Learning Sciences.


Assistant/Associate Professor of Educational Psychology

The College of Education at Arizona State University is seeking an
Assistant or Associate Professor of Educational Psychology to join the
faculty in Learning. The successful candidate will be involved in the
teaching of graduate and/or undergraduate courses in their field of
expertise, and will advise and supervise graduate students in
educational psychology. The candidate is expected to pursue an ongoing,
programmatic research agenda consistent with the goals and quality of a
Research I university. The College of Education encourages
collaboration with faculty in other program areas, colleges, and
institutes on campus.


1. A doctorate in educational psychology, the cognitive or
learning sciences, or a related field;
2. A record of scholarly publication, teaching and service to the
profession, appropriate to rank

The College of Education is interested in candidates with demonstrated
expertise in cognitive psychology, cognitive science, or the learning
sciences as each relates to learning in formal and informal settings.

Application Deadline

Applications and supporting materials will be reviewed beginning
December 3, 2001, or every (2) two weeks thereafter until the position
is filled.

Application Procedure

Candidates must send a letter of application specifying the desire to
be considered for the position. Candidates must also send a current
vita, the names, postal and email addresses, and telephone numbers of
three references, and samples of their scholarly production. All
application materials must be sent to:

Raymond Kulhavy, Chair
Learning Search Committee
C/o Jacky Olson (
Division of Psychology in Education
Box 870611
Arizona State University
Tempe AZ 85287-0611

The College of Education is dedicated to increasing the diversity of its campus
community. Arizona State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer. More information about the College can be found on our Website at:

More information about the Learning program can be found on the Website at:


From: Stavros Valenti (
Subject: Prof & Asst/Assoc Prof in Clinical Psychology.

Three positions to begin by 9/1/2002.

(1) Full Professor in Clinical or School Psychology;

(2) Assistant or beginning Associate Professor in Cross Cultural
Clinical-School Psychology.

Both positions require a record of published research, a behavior
therapy /applied behavior analysis orientation, clinical experience
with children and adults and NY licensure/license eligibility. These
positions are for service in our APA accredited PhD Program in Combined
Clinical and School Psychology. Our PhD students are trained for
careers in clinical psychology, school psychology, independent
practice, and university service. Thus, commitment to a combined
training model is required.

The Full Professor will be expected to have advanced credentials such
as Fellow status in APA, ABPP Board Certification, etc.

The Assistant/beginning Associate Professor must be able to teach cross
cultural psychology from the perspective of practitioners in
cognitive-behavior therapy, and have funded research and formal
postdoctoral training. In addition to teaching, there may be
responsibility for supervision of doctoral dissertations and
assessment/behavior therapy cases in our community clinic.

(3) Assistant Professor in Experimental Psychology with a concentration
in health, social, cognitive, or developmental psychology.

This is a position for primary service to our undergraduate students.
Teaching assignments will likely include Introduction to Psychology as
well as Research Methods and content based courses.

Description of the department: We offer the B.A., M.A., PsyD, and PhD
degrees and have a Psychological Evaluation, Research, and Counseling
Clinic which provides professional services to members of the
community. Approximately 700 undergraduate majors and 300 graduate
students are enrolled in department programs. Candidates will work in a
large department with 33 full-time psychologists. Participation in all
aspects of department functioning is expected, including advisement of
undergraduate majors, service on doctoral committees, and other
committees at the department and university levels. All positions
require excellent teaching skills, a demonstrated record of research
appropriate to the level of the applicant, and service to the
University community.

Send a letter of interest, a vita, sample publications, teaching
evaluations, and three letters of reference to

Howard Kassinove, PhD.
Department of Psychology
Hofstra University
Hempstead NY 11549


PSYCOLOQUY is a refereed electronic journal (ISSN 1055-0143)
sponsored by the American Psychological Association

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