Undergraduate Research Assistant Positions
Social, Decision and Organizational Sciences
Culture and Revenge
The Cultural Psychology lab is looking for several undergraduate research assistants to primarily aid in running a lab study, collecting data and interacting with participants. Volunteers have the opportunity to work in our lab for class credit. The goal of the research project is to better understand how individuals from different cultures try to get revenge for a perceived wrongdoing. In addition to gaining the experience of working in a lab, research assistants will have the opportunity to interact with graduate students from different fields of psychology and gain insight into applying to graduate school.
- 6-9 hour per week commitment
- Conduct a laboratory study with undergraduate participants
- Psychology major preferred, though not requirement
- Lab experience is not necessary, but those who have worked in a lab will have a better chance of being selected
- 3.0 GPA or higher preferred
How To Apply:
Applicants should email the graduate student in charge of the study, Brandon Crosby at firstname.lastname@example.org with your unofficial transcript, Resume/CV, your class schedule for the fall and how many hours per week you can work.