Integrating the Study of Mind, Brain, Behavior, and Language
The Department of Cognitive, Linguistic, and Psychological Sciences (CLPS) was created in 2010 by joining the departments of Psychology (established in 1892) and Cognitive & Linguistic Sciences (formed in 1986). State-of-the-art research in mind, brain, behavior and language requires spanning multiple levels of analysis and using a range of approaches and methodologies, and the integration of these two closely related departments has created an environment where this intellectual synthesis can flourish. The creation of CLPS reflects Brown’s philosophy to build bridges between disciplines and to encourage interdisciplinary studies.
The CLPS department is inviting applicants for tenure-track Assistant or tenured Associate Professors in the disciplines of Social or Cognitive Psychology and Developmental Psychology or Behavioral Neuroscience. See "Events" for more details!