Undergraduate research assistants (RAs) work 8-10 hours a week and receive 3 credits (PSYC 3889). Duties include collecting data, acting as a confederate in studies, entering and cleaning data, conducting literature searches, and writing annotated bibliographies. There may also be opportunities for assisting with designing studies and analyzing data. Completion of PSYC 2100WQ is preferred. Above all we are looking for students who are excited about learning all aspects of research in social psychology. If you are interested in becoming an RA, please fill out this RA Application and email it to Mora Reinka (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Graduate student applications: Dr. Quinn's current work focuses on physiological stress and coping reactions to experiences of stigma, weight cycling, and other health concerns. Graduate students interested in working with clinical populations and physiological and health outcomes are encouraged to apply to the Social Psychology Graduate Program.