We love our research assistants!
Dr. Brannon is seeking Psychology , Biological Basis of Behavior, or Cognitive Science majors to conduct independent research projects. A commitment of 2 semesters is required and typically approximately 10 hours a week. Dr. Brannon’s laboratory is equipped to mentor projects on human cognitive development, numerical cognition in adults or children, using behavioral and fMRI methods.
Research assistants in the Brannon lab, including both undergraduate and graduate students, participate in ongoing research projects on the development and evolution of numerical thinking. Volunteer, work-study, and a limited number of paid internship opportunities exist for participating in research with human infants, children, or monkeys.
Contact Yvette Almaguer at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about available research associate positions.