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.
We prefer that students commit to work with us in exchange for independent study credit (2 credits at 6 hours a week) and an invaluable research experience. In addition, we also prefer students that can commit for more than one semester. Credit is available in BA199. This is great experience for students who are thinking about graduate school in psychology and/or business.
If you are interested in applying, please send an email including your CV/resume and answers to the questions below by January 7, 2019 to Hyewon Oh (firstname.lastname@example.org). Applications submitted after January will still be considered but the position will not be guaranteed.
1. Why are you interested in this position?
2. Are you interested in pursuing PhD?
3. Have you worked as a research assistant before? If so, please describe your work experience briefly.
4. If you have any references we can check upon, please list them.