Student Research Assistant

Our Research Assistants are interested in psychology graduate or medical school, but some may simply want exposure to a clinical psychology laboratory. RA responsibilities consist of data collection and coding, subject recruitment and follow-up, literature searches, manuscript preparation, and more. RAs typically work approximately 10 hours/week (potentially more during the summer). RAs usually begin in volunteer, for credit, or unpaid internship positions (through the University Internship Program).  Exemplary RAs may be offered a paid position after one year as grant funding permits.