Dr. Travis Carter, a new faculty member in the Department of Psychology, is recruiting student research assistants to start in the fall.
The research conducted in the lab will focus on:
- Bias in social judgments
- The role of introspection in biased self-assessments
- Motivated reasoning and self-deception
- Happiness and consumer behavior
- Political belief formation
Looking for research assistants who:
- Are conscientious and hard-working
- Are able to juggle a variety of tasks at once
- Are intellectually curious (ideally with knowledge of social psychology)
- Are familiar with MS Office/Google Docs
- Have some familiarity with research methods and statistics (preferred, not required)
- Have some programming skills, or an interest in learning (preferred, not required)
Research assistants will be involved with many aspects of the research process, including developing experimental materials, data collection (in and outside of the lab), data entry, and literature reviews. Highly motivated students will have opportunities for more involvement in study design, statistical analysis, and other more advanced aspects of the research process.
Interested students from all class years are encouraged to contact Dr. Carter for an application (email@example.com).