Join Our Lab
Research in the Clinical-Cognitive Science lab addresses the role of cognitive processing in psychopathology, with a particular focus on applications in sexual aggression between acquaintances, eating- and weight-related problems, and anxiety. During the latter half of each spring semester, we are interested in receiving applications from highly motivated, conscientious, and reliable students. A minimum GPA of 3.40 is required, as well as a commitment of two semesters (6 hours in the lab each week plus a 90-minute educational meeting on Friday morning at 9 am). Students with a background in research methods and statistics, as well as interests in pursuing a research-oriented career, are preferred.
Note: I will be reviewing graduate applications for admission to the clinical, cognition and perception, and social programs in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences for the 2018-2019 year. Currently, I am seeking applicants with interests in the role of sexual perception in acquaintance-initiated sexual aggression, or in the role of cognitive processing in disordered eating. Competitive applicants will have very strong academic and independent research backgrounds, as well as a primary interest in a clinical research career.