Are you interested in gaining first-hand experience in a human neuroscience research laboratory?
Are you fascinated with how the brain works?
Would you like experience performing electroencephalographic (EEG) and fMRI research?
Dr. Michael Crowley, faculty in the Yale Child Study Center, is recruiting for several volunteer undergraduate research assistant opportunities in his research lab. Training will be provided on state-of-the-art EEG data collection techniques.
Opportunities are available for undergraduate research projects.
What do we study?
Our work focuses on the broad area of child and adolescents self-regulation. We study a range of topics related to self-regulation including anxiety, avoidance, risk aversion, ostracism/social exclusion, risk-taking/ substance use risk, reward processing, mindfulness and self-compassion.
To learn about our research lab, come to our Research Lab Open House: 2-4pm Friday 9/1, Tuesday 9/5
Cohen Auditorium – Child Study Center, Nieson Irving Harris Building 230 South Frontage Road
To apply, contact: Dr. Michael Crowley firstname.lastname@example.org