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Alva Tang <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: Fall 2019 Research Assistant position with the Child Development

Fall 2019 Research Assistant position with the Child Development Lab!

Fall 2019 Undergraduate Research Assistant Position

The University of Maryland's Child Development Laboratory, under the
direction of Dr. Nathan Fox, is now accepting applications for Fall 2019
undergraduate research assistants! Successful applicants will work on
projects funded by the National Institutes of Health. Our studies examine the
effects of temperament on social and cognitive development using a variety of
neurological and behavioral methods. This position involves assisting with
study visits, and research assistants will gain experience with behavioral
coding, electroencephalogram (EEG) collection, electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG)
collection, taking part in research discussions, and play an active role in
behavioral and physiological data collection. Social and biological
science-related field majors are encouraged to apply. This position requires
a flexible schedule, including weekend and evening availability. Accepted
applicants will have the opportunity to work on several studies going on in
the lab. Many of our undergraduate research assistants present at the annual
Undergraduate Research Day. The position requires attention to detail, proper
time management, and excellent interpersonal skills. We ask for a two
semester commitment, but space is not guaranteed. Credit is available for
PSYC 479, BSCI 399, and EDHD 498 for those interested!

-6 hours per week in lab
-Behavioral coding
-EEG collection
-ECG/EKG collection
-Research discussions
-Behavioral and physiological data collection
-Assisting with study visits

-Experience working or completing research with infants, children, and
adolescents is preferred but not required.

How to Apply:
Interested individuals should send an email with their resume and an
unofficial transcript to
The Child Development [log in to unmask]

University of Maryland- College Park
Human Development and Quantitative Methodology
Child Development Lab
Benjamin Building
Phone: (1) 301-405-8315

Contact Person: Alva Tang
Contact Email: [log in to unmask]

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