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The applicant should be an internationally recognized expert in one or several fields of Social and Economic Psychology, with a strong record of quantitative empirical research. Desired fields of Social Psychology are, e.g., judgement and decision making, attitude research and persuasion research. Desired fields of Economic Psychology are, e.g., financial psychology and/or consumer and advertising psychology. The applicant should have acquired international reputation in these fields and demonstrated substantial research activities and expertise, as documented by excellent publications and successful grant applications. The applicant is expected to have substantial expertise in teaching Social and Economic Psychology and strong didactic skills. Research interests should relate thematically or methodologically to research at the Department of Psychology. Social and leadership skills are expected based on the job profile. For further information, see PDF.

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