LLaMA Lab Undergraduate Research Assistant application
Purdue’s Language Learning and Meaning Acquisition (LLAMA) Lab studies language learning and development using behavioral, electrophysiological and eye-tracking techniques. Broadly speaking, our lab is interested in studying how we use our world experience and knowledge to learn language. Research topics include:
• How do individual differences in ability and experience affect the way we understand and learn language?
• How do adults and children interpret sentences in everyday and novel situations?
• What do toddlers understand about word meanings?
• How do our brains rapidly learn new words?
• How can we identify markers of risk for language and learning disorders?

Undergraduates have the opportunity to participate in many aspects of the lab. Some typical tasks include:

• Create child-friendly experiments and test children
• Organize and clean datasets of early language development
• Observe and code parent and child interactions
• Develop child friendly experimental images and sounds
• Cultivate the public face of the lab (social media, website content)

We are currently considering applicants for the Spring 2019 semester. Please complete all responses below and a researcher from the lab will be in contact with you regarding your application.

Name (First and Last) *
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Purdue Email Address *
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Your Major(s) *
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Year in School *
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When do you plan to graduate? *
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Overall GPA *
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Major GPA *
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Name and Course number and grade received for any related* courses you have completed *
*e.g. Including courses in SLHS, Psychology, Linguistics, HFDS and other sciences (bio, chem, computer)
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Please describe any prior experience working with children
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Please describe any computer software and programming skills:
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(e.g. prior research experience, other languages spoken, technical or artistic skills, etc)
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How many semesters would you like to be involved (you can select more than one)? *
How many credits are you interested in completeing (1 credit = 3 lab hours/week)?
What days and times between 9am-5pm M-F are you available during the semester? *
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Why are you interested in gaining research experience in the LLaMA lab? *
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