This position is in the Developmental Psychopathology
research programme of the Behavioural Science Institute
and the teaching institute
of Pedagogical and Educational Sciences (in Dutch: Pedagogische Wetenschappen en Onderwijswetenschappen, PWO), both part of the Faculty of Social Sciences at Radboud University.
The Faculty of Social Sciences is the largest faculty at Radboud University. The Faculty's ambition is to become one of the top social science institutes in Europe, providing high-quality research and study programmes that rank among the best in the Netherlands.
The teaching institute of Pedagogical and Educational Sciences currently has approximately 1,700 students. The study programmes focus on questions concerning upbringing, education, learning and typical and atypical development of children and adults. The institute aims to establish strong links between science and pedagogical and educational practice (training scientist-practitioners). The programmes have often been assessed as 'excellent' by students.
The Behavioural Science Institute (BSI) is a multidisciplinary research institute and one of three research institutes of the Faculty of Social Sciences at Radboud University. Our researchers collaborate across the boundaries of psychology, educational science, and communication science. Our mission is to strengthen people through understanding the foundations of human behaviour, by creating synergy between different paradigms and by facilitating craftsmanship, curiosity and connection in academic research.
BSI has seven research programmes covering three major research themes, namely human development, connection and health. BSI conducts fundamental as well as applied/translational research and has excellent facilities and support for lab and field research. Moreover, BSI is known for its successful graduate school and strong commitment to open science.