Prospective Lab Managers/Postgraduate Research Assistants:
We are hiring a lab manager!
The Psychology of Language lab at Princeton is looking for a lab manager for 1 year, renewable. The position is for someone who can be on campus most week days. It involves setting up experiments in Qualtrics or equivalent, running child and adult participants online, editing manuscripts, helping create stimuli, organizing lab meetings and events, keeping the website up to date, writing IRB proposals and amendments. Skill in writing, multi-level stats in R a plus. Please contact email@example.com and attach your resume or CV. Applications will be read on a rolling basis.
If you are or are hoping to be a lab manager, check out The Manager’s Manual, created by our wonderful grad student Nicole!
Prospective Postdocs and Visiting Researchers:
Our group is too small to train visitors or (unenrolled) students in experimental methods, and there is no infrastructure here in the psychology department for visitors in theoretical linguistics. On rare but rewarding occasions, we have welcomed visitors who actively contribute to experimental or modeling work on language for shorter or longer visits. If you are interested, please see the Princeton website for information about formal and financial requirements for visiting graduate students or visiting postdocs.
For German postdocs or researchers no more than 12 years since PhD, it is possible to apply for funding from the Humboldt Foundation’s Feodor Lynen Research Fellowship.
For racial or ethnic minorities and/or women in experimental psychology or modeling, Princeton appoints 12 postdocs or associate research scholars for 1-2 years.
For prospective Chinese postdocs, see the Peking-Princeton Postdoctoral Program
If you are instead interested in visiting the linguistics program at Princeton, contact Marie L. Basso <firstname.lastname@example.org> for information.
Prospective Graduate Students:
Prospective graduate students should email email@example.com. You are also welcome to list Professor Goldberg as a potential secondary advisor in your application.
Some resources for grad school applicants:
- How applying to grad school works, from the Sokol-Hessner lab at the University of Denver
- An amazing document full of tips for applying to grad school from Dr. Jamil Zaki at Stanford
- Another amazing document from Dr. Emily Balcetis at NYU
- The Application Statement Feedback Program and a list of many other great resources
Prospective Undergraduate Thesis Students and Research Assistants:
We are not currently looking for research assistants, but we always welcome new thesis students! Princeton students interested in conducting a thesis or junior paper in the lab should contact Professor Goldberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.