The DAM Lab conducts behavioral research focused on learning, memory, and decision making. Undergraduate researchers will work closely with a graduate student, post-doc, or faculty member in the lab on a specific project. In addition, to reach duties, students will complete a literature review and annotated bibliography in a research area of their choosing (within the scope of the lab). This literature review will motivate a research proposal that will serve as the final project. We
also hold weekly lab meetings where students
acquire a broad understanding of major theories
and empirical findings relevant to learning, memory,
and/or decision making.
-Literature Review & Research Summaries
-Meetings with Research Mentor
-Interest in gaining hands-on research experience
-Interest in Cognitive Science
-Previously taken PSYC300 and/or PSYC341
-Ability to register for 9 hours/3 credits of PSCY479
-Please see department guidelines for other PSYC479 requirements
Please contact email@example.com if you are interested in joining the lab!