School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences

CHildren and Infant Listening Laboratory

OPPORTUNITIES

The CHILL group always welcomes applications from hardworking, eager students to work as research assistants. Undergraduate research assistants accomplish a variety of tasks that help the lab run smoothly and assist in conducting and distributing research. These tasks include:

  1. Conducting behavioral testing of infants and toddlers
  2. Completing data entry and behavioral coding of data from multiple experiments using Microsoft Excel, Noldus MPEG recorder, or Adobe Audition
  3. Creating clinical handouts and laboratory newsletters using Microsoft Publisher
  4. Organizing literature searches to support research activities and publications

If you are interested in becoming a research assistant for the CHILL group, please email Dr. Warner-Czyz directly at [email protected]. Please allow up to two weeks for a response.