Fall 2022 Research Assistants (2-6) for Etiology of Personality & Individual Characteristics Lab

Are you interested in gaining research experience? Whether it's for graduate school applications, job skills, or just for fun we are accepting assistants in the Etiology of Personality & Individual Characteristics Lab! We are looking for 2-6 students for the power dynamics literature review project. In Fall 2022, we will be flexible on whether work meetings will be in person or on Zoom.

About the power dynamics literature review:
Do you have interest in the dynamics between people within romantic partnerships? Eleanor Junkins is looking for dedicated research assistants to synthesize the literature on power dynamics, specifically antecedents and outcomes of power dynamics within partnerships. This project will be a large review of past literature involving reviewing abstracts, reading articles, and keeping detailed notes in Google Sheets. Teams will meet with Eleanor to review weekly assignments.

Research assistantship information:
We anticipate that the time commitment will be 6 hours per week, but they can be completed at your leisure. Research assistants will be responsible for completing weekly tasks on time. This may mean reading a set of assigned article abstracts and coding whether they meet or do not meet our inclusion criteria or copying and double-checking spreadsheet data. This is a great opportunity for students who are interested in getting research experience.

No prior experience with research is required – just a desire to learn and work hard! 

Optionally, you can attach the Psyc 290 informational form.

Please fill out the form if you are interested and we will be in touch if we would like to schedule an interview on Zoom. Thank you for your interest!

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