This research opportunity involves working with intro and advanced graduate students on relevant projects involving emotion processing and cognition. The lab uses techniques including survey data, EEG/ERPs, fMRI, eye-tracking, and neuropsychological tasks. We are looking for students who are motivated, reliable, and interested in our lab's research goals. We encourage all applicants of this nature to apply, regardless of their specific skills or level of experience, as our group can provide a wide variety of opportunities. However, while not required, experience with coding or statistical software is encouraged, and our group notably also has some opportunities for students with exceptional computational skills, e.g., projects involving modeling or machine learning in the context of psychology and neuroscience.