Attitudes and Group Identity

Instructor: Alison Ledgerwood

Credit Type: Natural Science


The Attitudes and Group Identity Lab is looking for motivated, responsible, and detail-oriented research assistants to help us conduct social psychological research. No experience is necessary, but you must be interested in psychology and 100% reliable. Undergraduate research assistants have the opportunity to become involved in all phases of the research process, including study design, data collection, data entry, and understanding the results. We also hold periodic lab meetings with graduate students and Dr. Ledgerwood where we discuss empirical papers, learn different programming skills, and give advice about graduate school and careers in behavioral research. These volunteer positions provide an excellent opportunity to acquire hands-on research experience and to potentially earn a letter of recommendation from a professor! 

If you would like to apply for a position, please fill out this Google Form.

Prerequisites (if any)

Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 Must be willing to commit to a quarter-long schedule and a consistent number of hours each week (either 6 or 9 hours). Must be willing to commit to the lab for at least two quarters.


Contact Email

Katherine Weltzien,