September - April
The Infant Cognition Group provides hands-on laboratory experience through the Directed Lab courses and the volunteer research assistant program. Students are involved in all aspects of the research, including study design, participant recruitment, testing, data analysis, and weekly lab meetings. Most students start at the beginning of the term and work for 5-10 hours a week. If you are interested, please email Dr. Kuhlmeier a resume that includes a list of relevant coursework, and a brief (one paragraph) description of your reasons for pursuing this training.
Members of Dr. Kuhlmeier’s lab have the opportunity to work with infants, children, and adults, receiving training in techniques such as eye-tracking, traditional looking time methodologies, and various object-choice paradigms. The Queen’s Psychology Department provides a collaborative environment, and students are encouraged to develop projects that bridge laboratories (Drs. Sabbagh, Kelley, Fitneva, Hollenstein, Troje, Flanagan, etc.). Please refer to http://www.queensu.ca/psychology/Graduate/Graduate-Programs/Developmental.html
for more details.
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