Apply to be a research assistant in the FeldmanHall Lab
Thanks for your interest in joining us as a research assistant!
Under the direction of Dr. Oriel FeldmanHall, the Social & Affective Neuroscience Lab is looking for undergraduates interested in gaining research experience in social psychology, behavioral economics, and cognitive neuroscience. Our lab's core research interests are: 1) moral cognition and social learning, 2) psychological construal of "self" and "other", and 3) social and moral emotion.

Ideal candidates are intrinsically motivated, independent workers, critical thinkers, eager learners, and team players. Previous lab experience is preferred, but not required. Applicants should either be familiar with basic computer programming, or be willing to learn. Applicants should also have some basic familiarity with statistical analysis.

Once the application process is complete, there will be a "trial period" (akin to an add/drop period) to make sure that both mentors and students are satisfied with the working relationship. If it seems like a good fit, research assistants are expected to contribute at least 10 hours/week towards lab research, attend weekly lab meetings, and participate in bi-weekly journal clubs.

Please note that we are only considering candidates who are willing to make a year-long commitment.

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What year of school are you in? *
Why do you want to work in our lab? *
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Which one of our 3 research areas are you most interested in getting involved with, and why? *
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What is your programming experience? For example, could you program a computerized experiment? If so, what language would you use (e.g., Matlab, JavaScript, Python, etc.)? *
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What is your statistical experience? For example, could you take a dataset and conduct ANOVAs, regressions, and/or correlations on that data? *
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