The Department of Psychology offers undergraduate (i.e., B.A. and B.S. Majors in Psychology) and graduate programs (i.e., PhD in Behavioral Sciences, Clinical Psychology, and Counseling Psychology). Our Clinical and Counseling programs are APA accredited.
UNT Department of Psychology has a postdoctoral research fellowship opening. This person will join a team of researchers conducting multi-disciplinary research in the area of alcohol and substance abuse. We are conducting a diverse array of translational substance abuse research projects ranging from adolescent longitudinal development of substance use involvement to adult alcohol treatment outcome research in a criminal justice setting. Individualized competency facilitation is achieved through project-based research activity, along with a curriculum of professional development to prepare the learner for new roles and responsibilities. Key accomplishments include increasing competency in: manuscript writing and presenting, grant writing, and project management. A multi-disciplinary approach is used for training that involves interaction with faculty with expertise in: experimental psychology & methodology, statistics, clinical psychology and psychiatry, pharmacology, and development. Clinical and non-clinical degrees and diverse research backgrounds will be considered. Core training faculty include: Drs. Donald Dougherty, Nathalie Hill-Kapturczak, Charles Mathias, & Tara Karns- Wright. Multiple-year appointments are available and dependent on satisfactory performance. Candidates should send their curriculum vitae, a letter outlining interests and career goals, and representative publication reprints.
Doctorate in Psychology or related field. Evidence of scholarship and strong writing skills.
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences