Computation, Learning, and  Representation Lab  Research Assistant Application
Thanks for your interest in working in the Computation, Learning, and Representation (CLEAR) Lab!

Research assistants are vital to the success of our lab. We are always looking for bright and motivated individuals to help out in all aspects of the research process.

Your involvement will include running experiments, preparing stimuli, performing literature searches, coding, data entry and analysis, and attending lab meetings. You can read more about the current research projects on the lab webpage: https://www.roarklab.com

Students often come to the lab from a wide range of backgrounds, but the most important qualifications are an eagerness to learn, interest in the research process, and good organizational skills.

If this sounds like a good match for you, fill out the questions here. If you have any additional questions, please email Dr. Casey Roark (casey.roark@unh.edu).
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Name *
UNH Email *
Phone number
Anticipated graduation date *
Major(s) *
Cumulative GPA *
What are your goals for this research position? *
Which psychology, linguistics, or neuroscience classes have you taken (or are you currently taking)? *
What is the maximum number of hours you could work each week? *
Are you able to work in our lab at least 2 semesters? *

Below is a list of skills that our research assistants commonly acquire when working in this lab. Please indicate which skills you have prior experience with, which ones you would be interested in learning, and which ones you would prefer not to do. This will be used to match you up with a particular study that makes use of your skills and learning goals.

Have prior experience
Would like to do
Would prefer not to do
Running subjects in experiments
Running subjects in experiments using EEG or eye-tracking
Creating experiments using a computer program like Psychopy, Gorilla, E-prime, etc.
Designing your own research experiment
Processing or analyzing data using SPSS
Processing data using R or MATLAB
Analyzing data using R or MATLAB
Doing literature searches
Writing psychological research papers
Editing drafts of papers
Creating auditory stimuli
Creating visual stimuli
Graphic and/or web design
Creating or editing video games via Unity or other platforms
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Please check the boxes below to indicate the times during which you would be available to work in the lab this semester.

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10:00 - 11:00 am
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12:00 - 1:00 pm
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2:00 - 3:00 pm
3:00 - 4:00 pm
4:00 - 5:00 pm
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6:00 - 7:00 pm
7:00 - 8:00 pm

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