Want to gain research experience while earning credit?
Interested in social psychology?
Professor Quinn’s lab has openings for the fall semester for
undergraduates to help with research on stigma, psychological wellbeing
and health, and gender and achievement. They are looking for
RAs who can work 8-10 hours a week. Duties include running
experiments, and entering, cleaning, and coding data. RAs will
receive 3 credits (PSYC 3889). Completion of PSYC 2100WQ is
preferred, but not required.
If you are interested, please visit the following web page
(http://quinnlab.weebly.com/join-us.html), click on the RA Application
link, and email your completed application to Mora Reinka at email@example.com.
Though the Spring 2017 psychological sciences deadline to enroll in research has passed, we are making a special exception for this opportunity. Enrollment requires the usual research form
plus the CLAS dean’s signature
Assist in exploring the relationship between humans and technology.
Open research position available for highly motivated and conscientious undergraduates. We are looking for those who have an interest in human factors research, human-computer interaction, industrial organizational psychology, and interpersonal social relationships.
- One semester commitment
- 6 hours of work per week for 2 credits
- Responsibilities include:
- helping to run participants using a Microworld computer program (will be trained in its use)
- collecting physiological data such as heart rates
- administering surveys
- Additional responsibilities may include data management within Excel, SPSS, and R, depending on experiment progression during the semester.
- Specific availability is required! You must be available to run experiments during at least some of the following times: Monday and Wednesday 9-12, Tuesday and Thursday 9-12. These experiments would be every week during these times, so you must be able to set aside this time for the whole semester (you will only be asked to do either Monday and Wednesday, OR Tuesday and Thursday, not both!)
Some research experience (in the form of previous lab work or class-sponsored research) is preferred, but not required. In this position, you will be provided the opportunity to gain valuable research knowledge and skills that can help prepare you for graduate school or your applied research career.
If you are interested, please contact Lauren Gannon at firstname.lastname@example.org.