Are you an MSU Psychology Undergraduate student who is interested in cognitive and/or clinical research? Or are you interested in pursuing graduate school?
Required qualifications for all research assistants
Desired qualifications for all research assistants
What do Undergraduate students in our lab do?
Undergraduate research assistants play a key role in the Cognition & Neurocognitive Disorders Research Lab at MSU. Research assistants in our laboratory are primarily responsible for administering experiments to adult research participants. In service of these goals, research assistants work directly with advanced Masters and Doctoral students to administer psychology research protocols. Research experience provides an exciting opportunity to apply the skills learned across the psychology undergraduate curriculum and directly participate and learn about the research process.
Advanced research assistants can also begin to learn coding for data analysis and experimental design after several semesters in the lab or attend and present research findings at local and international conferences.
Other skills & responsibilities may include:
Testing & data analysis software: