Name (First) * Name (Last) * Email * ASURite (ID Number) * Personal Background * Describe how you fit the ENERGIZE program under-represented criteria. The labs are specifically looking for students who are under-represented in the sciences. This includes: Racial and ethnic background, Sexual orientation, Religious diversity, First-generation students, International students, Students with disabilities, Nontraditional students, Rural students, Older students, Students with families Which labs are you interested in? * Aktipis, Cooperation and Conflict Lab Bae, Visual Cognitive Neuroscience Lab Benitez, Learning and Development Lab Berkel, REACH Institute Brewer, Memory and Attention Control Lab Chassin, Pathways of Risk and Resilience Lab Conrad, Behavioral Neuroscience Research in Stresss Lab Corbin, Behavioral Alcohol Research for Clinical Advancement Doane, Adolescent Stress Lab Ha, @Heart Lab Infurna, Lifetime Development Lab Johnson-Glenberg, Embodied Games Lab Lemery-Chalfant, Doane, Davis, Arizona Twin Project Lucca, Emerging Minds Lab Luecken, Perez, Las Madres Nueva/The New Mothers Project McBeath, PEARL Lab McClure, The Decision Neuroscience Lab McNamara, The Science of Learning and Educational Technology Lab (SoLET) Neuberg, Evolution, Ecology, and Social Behavior Lab Patock-Peckham, Social Addictions Impulse Lab (SAIL) Perez, Eating Pathology Lab Pina, Courage Lab Sanabria, Basic Behavioral Processes Lab Su, Genes, Environment, and Youth Development Lab Explain (optional) OPTIONAL. Often faculty get many requests from students who want to join the lab. Use this text box to help faculty understand why you want to participate in a particular lab. For each of up to three of your lab choices, write a few sentences describing a) why you want to participate in that lab, and b) any qualifications that you might have (e.g., coursework, life experiences). Be sure to indicate which lab you are writing about. Privacy agreement * Yes No I understand that by submitting this application I consent to provide this information to the Department of Psychology Advising, Faculty, and Graduate Student ENERGIZE mentors.