Parent-Child Relations Lab

We are recruiting for behavioral coders to assist us with our ongoing study, Las Madres Nuevas, which has followed Mexican-American mothers and children beginning prior to birth. As a coder, you will observe recorded mother-child interactions. You will be trained to use a behavioral coding system, Coding Interactive Behavior, and assign ratings of specific types of behaviors relating to the parent-child relationship. Hours are somewhat flexible after training has been completed. This is the perfect experience for individuals looking to gain research experience in developmental or clinical psychology, or anyone interested in strengthening their understanding of research with families and young children.

Opportunity Info
Credits: 
3

Research Area:

Additional Contact Information: 

Please contact Sarah Curci with any questions or to sign up. 

Course Info
Course Credit: 
PSY399 and PSY499
Academic Year: 
2018-2019
Semester: 
Spring
Summer
Fall
Prerequisites: 

Minimum 3.0 GPA. Prior research experience and Spanish knowledge helpful but not required or necessary.

Lab Director(s): 
Keith Crnic