The Social Perception and Cognition Lab (SPCL) at UofT is looking for Research Assistants for the Summer semester. We are looking for students with strong academic backgrounds and a passion for psychology. Applicants should be prepared to commit at least eight hours per week dedicated to research. Please send your application package (cover letter, unofficial transcript, application form (on website: http://psych.utoronto.ca/users/rule/join.html) to email@example.com.
Would you like to gain clinical research at a mental health facility? The START Clinic for Mood and Anxiety Disorders is currently looking for research volunteers who are interested in assisting with our research studies. Typical responsibilities include: data entry, literature searches, telephone screenings, typing clinical assessment reports, and other office tasks. Volunteers are given training on all duties, and although experience is preferred, it is not mandatory. Research volunteer qualifications: – Recent completion of a Bachelor of Science or Arts degree in psychology or a similar area – Mature individual comfortable handling confidential information – Able to work in a fast paced […]
BIOBEHAVIORAL ALCOHOL RESEARCH LAB (CAMH) The Biobehavioral Alcohol Research Lab at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (PI: Dr. Christian Hendershot) has openings for student volunteers to work on research projects related to alcohol and substance use. Current projects include studies examining risk and protective factors for the development of alcohol use disorders, as well as clinical trials. Responsibilities will include assisting with participant recruitment/screening, administration of experimental tasks and questionnaires, data entry, and literature searches. Volunteers will receive training/supervision and will gain experience in clinical and experimental research in the area of addictive behaviours. The position requires work […]
Work Study RA at Rotman School of Management A Research Assistant is needed to help Dr. Jacob Hirsh with ongoing research projects in Psychology/Organizational Behaviour at the Rotman School of Management. Successful candidates will be responsible for conducting behavioral studies, performing literature reviews, and developing experimental materials. Research topics will include Personality, Motivation, Decision-Making, Creativity, and Self-Development. Familiarity with concepts and experimental paradigms from Social, Personality, and Cognitive Psychology is an asset, as is experience with online research platforms such as Qualtrics and Mechanical Turk. The position is flexible on hours and requires a great deal of independent work. Applications can be […]