Summer internship opportunity at Yale

Clark Lab Summer Internships at Yale
The Clark Relationships Lab at Yale University is currently accepting applications for two volunteer research assistants this summer. Research topics relate to dyadic emotional expression and regulation, relational identities and interpersonal interactions. Interns will work closely with graduate students on new and ongoing studies.

These volunteer positions, Research Project Coordinator Interns, are for graduating seniors or recent graduates. The ideal candidate would have past research experience and be interested in pursuing graduate studies in psychology.

– These detail-oriented positions involve organizing large data collections conducted both online and in the lab.

– Expected to work approximately 35 hours/week.

– Duties will include participant recruitment, study design and coordination, running participants, analyzing data, preparing results for presentation, etc.

– Primarily advised by graduate student(s) but encouraged to participate in all aspects of the lab environment, including lab meetings, faculty meetings and lab outings.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until positions are filled. To apply, please send a CV, unofficial grade report, your availability between May and August, and a cover letter to  Also, if you have already graduated and are interested earlier start date or later end date please indicate that as well.


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