The IPP Lab is interested in understanding how interpersonal processes across different types of relationships (e.g., psychotherapy, parent-child, peers, romantic partners) relate to outcomes, such as change in psychotherapy or the experience of different emotions. We are interested in recruiting new RAs for the Fall 2017 semester and beyond to help with several behavioral coding projects. RAs who join the lab will gain experience measuring behavior in real-time interpersonal interactions as well as helping to organize, manage, and analyze such data. RAs will more generally get an in-depth understanding of research in clinical psychology, exposure to information about graduate school, and opportunities to present research findings. RA's who successfully complete their commitment to lab will be eligible to receive a letter recommendation. Students may also receive 490/491 credit for working in the lab. However, this often requires more commitments than are expected for other volunteers in the lab.
RA requirements include:
Minimum two-semester commitment
10 hours/week commitment
If you have any questions or are interested in joining the IPP Lab please contact
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