We are seeking motivated, fluid undergraduate research assistants to assist in data collection for an MRI brain study of parent-offspring similarities in language, reading, and math. Gain valuable experience and methodological skills while helping to understand how language is processed in the brain. Research assistants should commit to 6-9 hrs/week (2-3 PSYC 3889 credits) for Fall 2018-Spring 2019.
– Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
– Availability to assist in weekend data collection
– Experience working with children age 8-11
How to Apply
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with a CV/resume. Include any relevant coursework, skills or experience, and a short statement of why the position interests you.
Mentor: Roeland Hancock, Assistant Professor
Department: Psychological Sciences
Timing: Fall 2018-Spring 2019