Interested in Gaining Valuable Research Experience In the Study of Child & Adolescent Social and Emotional Development?
The Laboratory for the Study of Child and Family Relationships is looking for bright, enthusiastic undergraduates to assist with one of three studies. The first study involves an intervention for socially anxious and fearful young children. The second project involves the examination of the social and emotional development of children who have experienced a traumatic brain injury. The third study is focused on the long-term (elementary through high school) prediction of adaptive and maladaptive social and emotional development. This latter study involves participants in Asia, Europe, South America, and the U.S.A.
We are especially interested in recruiting students (minimum 3.0 GPA) who are willing to commit at least two semesters to assist with various research tasks for approximately 10 hours/week. We offer course credit for your assistance.
This would be a great experience for students interested in graduate school, or who want valuable hands-on research experience!!
If interested, please send a copy of your resume and an unofficial transcript via e-mail to Dr. Ken Rubin: firstname.lastname@example.org