We are currently accepting applications from undergraduate, M.A. and Ph.D. students who would like to work in the lab. As a research assistant, you would be involved in all aspects of the research, including the design of experiments, running of experiments, data entry and data analyses. Undergraduates should note that working as a research assistant will provide you with excellent experience, and it is strongly recommended that students considering graduate school have research experience. It is also possible for undergraduates to recieve credit for doing research, by meeting with Dr. Johnson and writing a proposal to register for Psych 391, an independent research class.
The following qualifications must be met to be a research assistant:
1. Completed statistics and experimental methods courses
2. Commit to work at least two semesters in the lab
If you are interested, please print the application form, complete it, and return it to Dr. Johnson's mailbox (located in the main office of the Psychology Department, SB E318) or you may e-mail it directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.