How to get involved in research as a student:
Students can get involved in many aspects of my research including running experiments, coding and entering data, collaborating on research design, and helping to create presentations and publications. It is possible to earn credit for this work by registering for Readings in Psychology or Directed Research in Psychology.
Undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in collaborating with me on research should contact me early in their academic careers so that they can gain experience over more than one semester. The first semester as a research assistant usually involves helping to run an ongoing experiment. In subsequent semesters, students may have the opportunity to develop their own ideas and/or collaborate with me on the design of new studies.
I am the director of the Master's Program in Experimental Psychology. This program provides excellent preparation for students who are interested in pursuing research careers or entering a Ph.D. program in any area of psychology.
Prospective graduate students should feel free to contact me before or during the application process.