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Prospective Students

Research Assistant Interest Form

  • Is the Infant Visual Cognition Lab for you?

    Are you interested in how babies use their senses to learn? Are you interested in a research career in psychology? Are you willing to commit at least 2 semesters to working in the lab? If so, there may be an opportunity for you in the Infant Visual Cognition Lab!
  • Typical lab duties

    Coding videos of infants engaged in attention and memory tasks, testing infant and adult participants in eye tracking experiments, data entry and filing, reading research articles, participating in discussions, calling/scheduling participants
  • Now tell us a little about yourself!

    Not all positions require working with infants. If you have a different skill set that might be useful in the lab, please let me know in the question titled "Additional things I should know about you" at the end of this form. Also please use that field to explain any unusual circumstances affecting your GPA that may warrant special consideration.
    Hours are typically fixed for an entire semester to allow you to work around your other classes and work schedules.