The Neuroplasticity and Development laboratory welcomes applications for volunteer undergraduate research assistants. Primary responsibilities will include: recruiting and scheduling study participants, testing participants, and assisting with behavioral/MRI data analysis.
The ideal candidate will have an interest in cognitive or developmental psychology, be self-motivated, organized and able to work well independently and in groups. Good communication and interpersonal skills are also essential. Computer programming experience is a plus. Previous research experience is not necessary.
Research Assistants register for three course credits per semester and are required to make a two-semester commitment. Undergraduate research assistants work in the laboratory at least 10 hours per week and attend weekly lab meetings.