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POSTDOCTORAL TRAINEESHIP IN QUANTITATIVE METHODS: UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
NIMH funded training in quantitative methods for behavioral and social
science. Appointment commences July or August 2003. Seminars on
advanced topics including multivariate analysis, multidimensional
scaling, decision theory, social choice modeling, combinatorial methods
for data analysis, and social network analysis. Opportunities for both
methodological and applications research.
Faculty includes: C. Anderson, D. Budescu, J. Douglass, L. Hubert, L.
Jones, A. Klein, R. McDonald, J. Meulman, G. Miller, M. Regenwetter, B.
Roberts and S. Wasserman.
Stipend range: $31,092 to $38,712. Applicants should be US citizens or
have been admitted for permanent residence. Funding limits appointments
to individuals who are no more than two years post-PhD. Funding is
subject to NIMH approval, but is anticipated.
Curriculum Vitae, statement of research interests, reprints, and three
letters of recommendation should be sent to: Stanley Wasserman,
Coordinator, NIMH Training Program in Quantitative Psychology,
Department of Psychology, University of Illinois, 603 E. Daniel,
Champaign, Illinois 61820. e-mail: [log in to unmask]
Deadline is February 28, 2003.
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