The Psychology of Emerging Adulthood Research Lab (PEARL) at the University of Toronto is seeking 1-2 research volunteers to assist with a study on cannabis use motives among emerging adults. All research tasks will be conducted virtually at this time and the estimated time commitment is approximately 5 hours a week (flexible). If interested, please email your CV and a brief statement of interest to: Abby Goldstein firstname.lastname@example.org and Sasha Shifrin email@example.com
The Social Perception and Cognition Lab is seeking applications for a paid research assistant (RA) position to begin this February. The RA will work on studies examining person perception, non-verbal cues, and political orientation.The work will take between 8 and 10 hours per week, paid hourly. The role will involve the editing of videos into standardized stimuli for the purposes of inclusion in a social perception experiment. Additionally, there will be opportunities to participate in the collection and analysis of psychological data, propose follow up studies, and engage in a vibrant lab community. In order to be eligible for this […]
The Centre for Mind and Morality, under the direction of Dr. Paul Bloom, at the University of Toronto St. George is seeking 1-2 undergraduate research assistant volunteers for the Winter 2022 semester. This role will be to assist with an ongoing project about how children’s diet choices relate to different personality and cognitive traits and moral decisions. The role will be to primarily assist with recruiting child participants who identify as vegetarian using online sources (e.g., social media). Other tasks may include, but are not limited to: creating new recruitment materials, emailing and communicating with parents and families, running child […]
The Psychology of Emerging Adulthood Research Lab (PEARL) at the University of Toronto is seeking 2 undergraduate research volunteers to assist with coding data for a study on the experiences of undergraduate students who have taken a leave of absence from university due to a mental health concern. Senior undergraduate students are encouraged to apply. Previous experience with coding interviews and/or NVivo is an asset, but not required. All research tasks will be conducted virtually at this time. Please send your CV and a brief statement of interest to: Abby Goldstein firstname.lastname@example.org and Mira Dhaliwal email@example.com For further information about the PEARL, please […]
We are looking for a part-time Research Assistant (RA) to join the lab. The individual must be female and of East Asian background. The RA will be responsible for tasks such as conducting interviews, completing literature reviews, managing surveys and questionnaires, and data entry and analysis. If you are interested, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume and unofficial transcript as soon as possible. Thanks!
See the poster below for a work-study RA position available from CRAWL!
Individual Project Opportunity: We are seeking one motivated student to join our research team. The project will investigate people’s latent prototypes of creative design. We will use semi-structured interviews to collect data. The student can enroll in either PSY405/406 or COG498/499.Requirement:third year or fourth-year psychology or cognitive science studentgreat communication and interpersonal skillshave experience with human-subject researchApplication:Please send your CV and unofficial transcript to email@example.com, and write a short cover letter in the email.
nugget.ai is looking for eager and driven psychology students interested in gaining hands-on experience as volunteer RAs during the 2021 summer semester. nugget.ai is a growing tech startup devoted to solving talent acquisition and talent management problems of companies, leveraging decades of IO psychology research and cutting-edge artificial intelligence technology. With a collective passion for science, nugget.ai has a dedicated research arm that is affiliated with Mitacs and the University of Guelph. Reasons to volunteer at nugget.ai Apply and finetune your literature search, review, and interpretation skills, Gain practical experience synthesizing and mobilizing research, Have confidence that your work will […]
Professor Anthony C. Ruocco’s Clinical Neurosciences Laboratory at the University of Toronto Scarborough is seeking volunteer undergraduate research assistants to begin immediately. Research responsibilities will initially include assisting with a systematic literature review on brain stimulation interventions for suicide-related outcomes. Further opportunities may be available to work in a research capacity with clinical populations and to assist with designing experimental behavioural paradigms. Please apply here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DMRB7L9. Application deadline is March 26 at 5:00 PM EST.