BC Infant and Child Cognition Lab - Volunteer Research Assistant
The Infant and Child Cognition Lab at Boston College is currently seeking several outstanding undergraduate RAs for the Fall 2017 semester. This position has a two semester minimum commitment for BC students, and therefore the expectation is that BC candidates would be able to commit to the Fall as well as an additional semester (Either Spring or Summer 2018).

Research in the lab focuses on understanding how infants, children, and adults keep track of number and other quantities. We are interested in the development of number concepts and how early abilities translate to later verbal counting and mathematics achievement. RAs may work with infants, children and/or adults on a broad range of projects, depending on interest and skill set. They will also be responsible for day to day tasks within the lab. This includes coding data, assisting with families, running studies offsite, and more. The ideal RA is motivated, mature, and has an excellent academic record. Additionally, applicants must be detail-oriented and have excellent interpersonal skills.

Please be sure to send a CV and your prospective availability (minimum 6 hours between 9am and 5pm on weekdays for the Fall, no maximum) titled "RA Application - Fall 2017" for fall weekdays between 9-5pm to gordonrg@bc.edu.

Email address *
First and Last Name *
Email *
Name of College/University *
Current GPA *
Major(s) and Minor(s) *
Year in College *
List all relevant research experience, including a brief description of your duties (please include dates): *
List any and all programming, data analysis and coding experience (including but not limited to excel, real basic, python, SPSS, Preflook, etc.) *
List any experience you have with children (research related or otherwise), including a brief description of your duties: *
Do you have access to a car during the fall? *
Are you available to work at least one Saturday a month *
I have submitted my CV and prospective availability to the lab manager - Raychel Gordon (gordonrg@bc.edu) *
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