Do you want to be paid participant for a psychology study?

Contact:  scenerec101@gmail.com
Experiment: Memory and recognition of everyday neutral scenes (eg.,
library, bar, etc..)
Location: Room 544 (upper-basement), Sidney Smith, 100 St. George Street
Duration: 2 hrs maximum
Compensation: $20 total

Restriction critieria:

1. 18-30 years old
2. Right-handed or ambidextrous (eg., write with your right hand)
3. No current psychological disorders (eg., depression, anxiety)
4. No current neuropsychological disorders (e.g., learning disability,
5. No head-injury and/or recent episodes of unconsciousness or concussions


Research Assistant Opportunity!

The Social Perception and Cognition Lab is seeking applications for
research assistant positions on studies examining person perception,
non-verbal cues, and personality.

We are also seeking research assistants interested in Developmental
Psychology. The RA will work on a project investigating children. The RA
must be:

-dedicated, meticulous, and curious
-comfortable recruiting families over the phone
-experienced engaging with children
-available some weekends

To learn more and to submit an application, please visit
http://psych.utoronto.ca/users/rule/join.html and click on the link to the
volunteer application form. Please email spcl.manager@gmail.com with your
cover letter, CV, unofficial transcript and a filled out application.


Research Assistants Needed

The Social Psychophysiological Research & Quantitative Methods Lab
(SPRQL) at the University of Toronto St. George is looking for a team of
passionate and dedicated Research Assistants to work on various studies
in the lab. This is a great opportunity for students to gain experience
in psychophysiological measurement techniques, data coding, and become
involved in complex study designs.  This is also a great opportunity to
receive an excellent letter of recommendation.

Students interested in this position should:
–       Have a strong academic background, particularly in Psychology
–       Be able to commit until Summer 2019.
–       Be able to commit to at least 8 hours per week.
–       Be reliable, conscientious and detail-oriented.
–       Have strong organizational and interpersonal skills.
–       Previous lab experience (especially with psychophysiological
equipment) is an asset (although not required).
–       Previous experience with MATLAB and other programming
languages/software is an asset.

To apply, please submit the following application:
https://goo.gl/forms/xgIG84ECTWvdlIhX2, combine your resume and
unofficial transcript into one single PDF document, and email it to: