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Undergraduate Students

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.  In the spring of 2023, we will be looking for highly motivated, conscientious, and reliable students for the fall and spring semesters of 2023-2024.  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.

Graduate Students

Note:  I will be reviewing graduate applications for admission to the clinical and cognitive programs in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences for the 2023-2024 year.  Currently, I am seeking applicants with interests in the role of sexual perception and decision-making in acquaintance-initiated sexual aggression and victimization.  Competitive applicants will have very strong academic and independent research backgrounds, as well as a primary interest in a clinical research career.