Our lab conducts wide-ranging research in perception, memory, and attention. Students joining our team will learn about our basic research including technical skills such as the use of eye-tracking equipment. We require enthusiastic research assistants who will help with data collection - mainly overseeing computer - based experiments with PSY 101 volunteers. As our undergrads RAs increase their knowledge, they become more involved in data analysis, poster creation, and occasionally, authorship.
We typically offer 3 credits for students taking either PSY 399 or 499. Most student RAs begin with 399, and then enroll in 499 when they are ready for more responsibility. If 3 credits is not desirable for any reason, we are happy to modify credit hours as needed.
Our laboratory is located in the main Psychology building, Suite 270 (Cognitive Sciences Lab). We are very interested in recruiting Spanish-speaking research assistants! Summer RA positions are not available.