Undergraduate research assistants are a crucial part of any psychology lab. Volunteering or working as a research assistant is a great opportunity to learn more about psychology and neuroscience. For students interested in pursuing graduate or medical school, our lab can provide valuable training in research methods and exposure to current directions in cognitive neuroscience. For students with skills in computer science or data analysis, we can work together on projects that involve developing tools for cognitive neuroscience research.
At the end of each semester, we interview for any openings that we have for the following semester. A one-year commitment is required, and positions are limited. If you are interested in joining us, please submit an application (BC ID required).