We are looking for undergraduates who are interested in gaining research experience and learning more about social and cultural behaviors. Our current projects include topics such as romantic relationships, religion, and morality. Before applying, please review the department profile of Da Eun Han, Minjae Seo, and Shoko Watanabe to determine whether your interests match with ours. If you are interested in assisting with social psychology research on topics we study and also meet the qualifications below, please submit your application here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdGi-IK1HG6IoHvQ38jFtvG2AydZoXcVsQ9Bn-4QbJW7U6A4Q/viewform Review begins immediately; interviews will be conducted via zoom.
We are looking for students who are:
organized, detail-oriented, conscientious, and respond quickly to emails
proficient in English writing and reading (note: they do not need to be native-English speakers)
18+ years old. Must be willing to run in-person lab studies complying with COVID-related safety guidelines (e.g., wearing a mask, politely asking participants to wear a mask).
All interested students are encouraged to apply, but preference will be given to those who can work for a minimum of 2 semesters, commit to at least 2 credit hours (approximately 6 clock hours of per week), and have flexible schedules.
- Previous research experience is preferred but not necessary as we'll provide training.