Aaron Trooper, a graduate student in the Hofstra Psych department, is looking for a research assistant for the data collection phase of his dissertation, which relates to the cognitive mechanisms of self-regulation. This would be relevant to students interested in social, cognitive, clinical, or health psychology.
Responsibilities will depend on the RA’s interest and capabilities, but at minimum would include independently running subjects using both paper and computer based cognitive tasks, and maintaining data collected. Experience may also include data analysis and use of psychological experiment software if appropriate.
Applicant Criteria: I am looking for someone with prior research experience and a minimum GPA of 3.5, who is willing to work both autonomously and collaboratively. Interested students should email firstname.lastname@example.org. Inclusion of resume is a big plus.