Undergraduate Research Assistants:
We have a couple of spots for undergraduate RAs every quarter. Feel free to reach out with any questions!
Duties & Time Commitment: As a research assistant, you will help with data collection, subject recruitment, and coding and managing data. A minimum commitment of 9-12 hours/week for at least one quarter is required. A commitment for one year is preferred but not required.
Qualifications and Skills: Ideal candidates will have a strong interest in developmental and/or social psychology and will enjoy working with children. They will also be friendly, reliable, and highly motivated. Previous experience working with children and completion of developmental and/or social psychology courses are preferred but not required.
Compensation: Research assistants can be hired for work study, course credit (Psych 195), or volunteer. One unit will correspond to 3 hours of work per week.