The Child Development Lab, under the direction of Dr. Nathan Fox, is currently seeking highly motivated and extremely dependable upper-level students for the Spring semester to help with our research on a longitudinal study of temperament. To do this, we collect EEG and behavioral data from adolescents. We are looking for students who are both detail-oriented and have great communication skills - must be comfortable interacting with adolescents and their parents. In addition, students will assist with data entry and administrative tasks.
Requirements: minimum 3.0 GPA, 9 hrs/week, 2 semester commitment. If interested, please send a resume, unofficial transcript, and Spring 2015 class schedule to Rachel Croce at firstname.lastname@example.org. PSYC 479, BSCI 399 and EDHD 498 credits available. For more info about this project, visit: http://www.cdl.umd.edu/current-studies/