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Post-doc position in organizational psychology at UCL


Postdoctoral Research fellowship in organizational psychology
available at Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium

A research team of the Psychological Science Research Institute (IPSY) from the Université catholique de Louvain (UCL), Belgium, is seeking a highly motivated post-doctoral researcher (1 year, renewable once) for participating in a project exploring the phenomenon of Dehumanization. Dehumanization refers to the process of considering others as less human than oneself or one’s ingroup. In this project, candidates will explore dehumanization processes from the victim’s point of view. Such processes will be examined in different sub-disciplines (organizational psychology, social psychology, and clinical psychology) and by various methodological approaches (surveys, experimental designs, and neuroimaging). An outline of the general project can be obtained upon request. The research team is jointly supervised by Prof. F. Stinglhamber, Prof. S. Demoulin, and Prof. P. Maurage.

With regards to the post-doc position, we specifically search for a candidate in the subdomain of organizational psychology. Candidates should have a PhD degree in psychology at the starting date. Candidates should have strong methodological expertise and publications in the major outlets of organizational psychology.

The starting date is September or October 2018 at the latest.

Salary is according to standard Belgian regulations.

The research group and environment is internationally oriented and seminars may be held in English, thus proficient English knowledge is a must. Moreover, the official language at Université catholique de Louvain is French, non-French speaking candidates are welcome but they should be able to master French at a sufficient level to conduct research.

Interested candidates should send a CV, motivation letter, and the email address of potential referees to by May, 27th. Informal inquiries can also be sent via email.

For more information about the Psychological Science Research Institute, see
For more information about the Organizational Psychology Lab (Prof. F. Stinglhamber), see
For more information about the Social Psychology Lab (Prof. S. Demoulin), see
For more information about the Laboratory for Experimental Psychopathology (Prof. P. Maurage), see