Infant Cognition Lab Application

**We have already selected our staff for SPRING 2017. Please fill out this form if you are interested in working summer and fall 2017..**

Thank you for your interest in working in the Infant Cognition Lab!

We study infants aged 3- to 18-months-old. Our undergraduate staff are hands-on with data collection (using looking time, eye tracking, and near-infrared spectroscopy), manage databases, assist with recruitment of infant participants, as well as other general lab functions. Your participation is integral in the operation of our lab. We have a structured, yet friendly atmosphere, and most importantly we work as a team.

Our staff must be able to work at LEAST two shifts a week, and you will get one credit of PSYC/NRSC 485 OR 491 for each shift. Our shifts are four-hours long. Some students do work multiple semesters, but this is not required, nor is it guaranteed. We will interview the top ranking applicants, and come to a decision before the semester ends.

You must be available to work at least THREE shifts per week in the SUMMER for both SSI and SSII..
You must be available to work at least TWO shifts per week in the FALL.

**DEADLINE for applications is around registration time. I will be in touch with you regarding your application then.

Best,
Tristin Nyman
Doctoral Student
tnyman@tamu.edu

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