As a research assistant, you will be aiding and working alongside Dr.Katherine Graf-Estes and involved graduate students to manage and run the lab. We typically require a minimum commitment of three quarters (9-10 hours per week). There are weekly lab meetings that are facilitated by Dr. Graf Estes herself. You will be trained to manage and code for studies that investigate how monolingual and bilingual babies interpret speech sounds, learn object labels, recognize unfamiliar sounds, and much more. From joining our lab, students may benefit from earning academic units, leadership and project opportunities, and networking opportunities among graduate students and other faculty in the field. Research assistants are also given the chance to participate in the annual Undergraduate Research Conference in the Spring Quarter.
If you have any questions, feel free to email our graduate student, Andrea Ramirez at email@example.com, or our primary investigator at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please refer to the files below for the detailed list of requirements and information, as well as the application form.