Neurocognitive Development Lab

Instructor Name Susan Rivera
Credit Type Natural Science
Short Title Neurocognitive Development Lab
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The Neurocognitive Developmental Lab investigates neurocognitive development in both typical and atypical populations. We use a range of neurophysiological methods including eye tracking, ERP/EEG, and MRI analysis (structural and functional). Find out more here

The primary responsibilities of the research assistant will be to assist with subject recruitment and eye tracking data collection. Other duties may include data processing and analysis, literature search, and project design.

List Prerequisites
(if any)  
An excellent academic record, professionalism, reliability, and motivation. Ideal applicants are students of sophomore or junior class standing who are willing to remain with the lab for at least one year.
Additional Comments
(if any)
At least 3 quarter commitment preferred, 9 hrs/week. Located off campus, at the Center for Mind and Brain (202 Cousteau Place). 
Contact person Mariya Chernenok