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RAs must be interested in mentoring youth in the community through various activities including sports and engaging in academic activities. Interest in working directly with families and conducting family interviews in English and Spanish. RAs are also expected to attend lab meetings, attend community events, and/or lead workshops for community members.
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Help in testing human participants in perception experiments, either online or in our lab, and in interpreting the results and planning new experiments.
Helping grad students with the annotation of textual data about cultural factors and moral values.
Our current research project broadly focuses on understanding how gender stereotypes in leadership situations affect women's motivation to gravitate toward or distance themselves from other women.
(Minimum) RA Requirements:
Will assist in participant recruitment, data collection, conduct literature reviews on relevant lab topics, and attend bi-weekly lab meetings.
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Undergraduate RAs will work closely with graduate students and the lab director as members of a team studying cognitive capabilities and socio-emotional development of children and young adults. Additional projects may include a focus on issues related to adoption, kinship care, and foster care.
We study how features of the social environment affect health-related behaviors and outcomes. We examine a range of social processes, including mimicry and peer social networks. RAs are sometimes able to contribute to our work on structural stigma. We also examine a range of health behaviors, including alcohol consumption and unhealthy eating behaviors. Undergraduate RAs will oversee research participants in in-person studies as well as assist with tasks such as literature review, study design and interpretation, survey construction, data collection, and data entry and analysis.
RAs will primarily be responsible for data collection where they will run participants for an experiment that involves an online interaction. Besides data collection RAs will help with data organization/management, transcribing, coding qualitative data, recruiting participants and with some administrative tasks related to ongoing research.