The Psychology Department at The New School for Social Research is seeking a PhD-level instructor to teach the New School's graduate-level Assessment of Individual Differences course in Spring 2021. Class size will be about 30 doctoral students and the course will meet once/week for 15 weeks (January-June 2021); in person vs online status to be determined in response to current events. The course also comes with a graduate student TA. This course should cover psychometric theory and test development and evaluation procedures, including cultural considerations in assessment. A sample syllabus from past sections of the course is available by request from the Director of Clinical Training Wendy D'Andrea (firstname.lastname@example.org). Application review will begin August 15.
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