Dr. Rosen will be accepting applications from prospective Clinical Psychology PhD students for the fall 2020 start date (Dec. 1, 2019 application deadline). Preference is given to applicants with previous research experience, but all interested students are encouraged to apply.
Undergraduate Research Assistants
Undergraduate research assistants are needed for ongoing studies of mood and behavior in children with ADHD.
Responsibilities include running sessions with children and parents, watching and coding videotapes of children completing study tasks, entering data, attending lab meetings and assisting with the study. Opportunities exist for analyzing data and/or writing up research studies if interested.
In addition to gaining research experiences, opportunities exist for professional development and other mentoring by graduate students.
A two semester 10-hours per week commitment is required. Assistants may serve on a volunteer or for-credit (i.e., PSY 491) basis.
Prospective research assistants must have completed PSY 301, preference will be given to applicants with junior or senior eligibility and a GPA of at least 3.0.
Research assistants are needed for Spring, Summer, and Fall semesters annually. The number of available positions may vary depending on the semester
If you are interested, please send a resume and an unofficial transcript to Paul J. Rosen, Ph.D. at email@example.com.