The Lab for the Developing Mind (PI: Moira Dillon) in the Department of Psychology at NYU is seeking a full-time Lab Manager/Research Assistant to begin in the summer of 2017. Areas of investigation in the lab include mathematical cognition, spatial cognition, symbolic and abstract thought and reasoning, and pictorial and mental imagery.
Responsibilities for the position include experimental design and stimuli development, running behavioral experiments with infants, children, and adults (in the lab, in museums, and/or online), participant recruitment, management and analysis of data, and lab administration (e.g., managing IRB protocols and training other lab members).
A Bachelor’s degree in Cognitive Science, Psychology, Neuroscience, or a related field as well as excellent organizational and interpersonal skills are required. Previous research experience, especially with infants or children, is strongly preferred.
Additional highly desired qualifications include:
– Strong computational, statistical, and technical skills (e.g., in Matlab, R, Python)
– A flexible schedule (for occasional weekend or evening hours)
– Familiarity with IRB protocol submissions
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, CV, and contact information for two references to email@example.com. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the positon is filled.
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