1) Recruiting adult study participants from the Hyde Park community
2) Recruiting child study participants from a shared campus database
3) Scheduling and coordinating appointments
4) Collecting data from adults and young children using various research methods such as EEG and MRI
5) Maintaining lab operations, including communications, data organization, and participant compensation
6) Supervising undergraduate research assistants
7) Opportunities for conducting behavioral data analysis
8) Assist in coordinating a range of research studies with adults and children (through the labâ™s Child Neurosuite division).
This is a one-year part appointment at 24 hours per week in the Social Cognitive Neuroscience Lab, directed by Dr. Jean Decety. This is part-time position at 3 days per week.
1) A BA degree in psychology, neuroscience, cognitive science, or related field
2) Strong organizational, communication, and problem-solving skills
1) Previous research experience
2) Experience working with children and their families
3) Proficiency with statistical analysis tools such as R
2) Cover letter
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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