Student Research Opportunities

Closes July 12, 2019

The psychology and marketing lab, led by Dr. Minkyung Koo, seeks a motivated, curious, and meticulous undergraduate student for the Spring Semester (2019). Our research focuses on understanding psychological processes behind consumer behavior and decision making. Students will have an opportunity to participate in all phases of research on this topic, including conducting lab experiments and field studies with consumers in natural settings as well coding and finding study materials. A current graduate research assistant will guide you through the whole process step by step.

Contact: hoh28@illinois.edu | More Info
Closes July 12, 2019
Alma Mater

We're looking for undergraduate research assistants to help with coding projects in Summer 2019 and gain valuable research experience. 

Research assistants will have the opportunity to code video recordings of parents and children. The goal is to examine parents' role in children's math learning in early elementary school years. Students must be responsible, thoughtful and meticulous. PSYC 290 credit is available. Minimum GPA requirement to apply: 3.0

Contact: doh11@illinois.edu | Website | Apply | More Info
Closes July 22, 2019

Dr. Eva Pomerantz's lab is looking for two American (born and raised in the United States) research assistants to help in a cross-cultural project. The project examines cultural similarities and differences in Chinese and American parenting. Students must be responsible, thoughtful and meticulous. PSYC 290 credit is available. Minimum GPA requirement to apply: 3.0.

Contact: jng11@illinois.edu | Website | Apply | More Info
Closes September 12, 2019

Romantic Couples Research Study: Seeking undergraduate research assistants for Summer 2019 with the potential to continue into the academic year of 2019-2020. PSYC 290 credit can be earned or HDFS 294 for summer/fall 2019. URAs would be responsible for data collection of a 2 hour study that examines romantic partners in a non-stressful and stressful conversation. Specifically, URAs run the lab that includes questionnaires, a brainstorming conversation task, video-taping of the couples, and a video review session with the couple.

Contact: jctheis2@illinois.edu | More Info