CLJ Lab Research Assistant Application
Faculty Advisor: Tess M.S. Neal, Ph.D.
http://psych-law.lab.asu.edu/

This application is for students interested in gaining research experience by working with Dr. Neal’s Clinical and Legal Judgment Lab. I am looking for students who are bright, motivated, conscientious, dependable, hard-working, and fun. Undergraduate research assistants in the CLJ lab will learn about designing, collecting, analyzing, and disseminating research. RAs will go through trainings to learn about human subjects protections, how to collect data through online platforms such as Qualtrics and MTurk, how to construct their academic CVs, and will be mentored about graduate school. Undergraduate RAs are expected to commit to the lab for at least two semesters, volunteer for about 8-10 hours per week in the lab, and attend the weekly lab meeting.

Applicants with GPAs of 3.5 and higher will be more competitive than those with lower GPAs (though feel free to still apply even if your GPA is lower, with an explanation for why your GPA is lower than 3.5). Applicants who have taken Research Methods (PSY 290), Statistics (PSY 230), and Advanced Statistics (PSY 330) will also be more competitive.

IMPORTANT: After completing this form, please send an email to Tess Neal (tess.neal@asu.edu) our lab manager, Emily Line (eline@asu.edu) with your resume or CV, and a copy of your unofficial transcript attached.
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Year (check one)
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Major GPA
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Explanation for GPA lower than 3.5
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Considering Graduate School?
If yes, for what degree?
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Are you in Barrett Honor's College?
Have you taken Research Methods (PSY 290)?
Have you taken Intro Statistics (PSY 230)?
Have you taken Advanced Statistics (PSY 290)?
Do you have experience finding resources in the library?
Do you have access to a computer with internet?
Do you have access to a car if you need to drive?
Previous research experience? (Brief description of what you did and who you worked with):
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Select the times you are available to work. I understand that your availability will vary somewhat from week to week - please provide your general availability to work in the lab.
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Please describe any possible constraints on your time (jobs, family responsibilities, etc.):
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Why do you want to be a research assistant in this lab?
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What are your research interests?
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What classes, jobs, or experiences have you had that would make you an ideal fit for the lab?
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What are your plans after you graduate?
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