1. Volunteer
    Involvement in a lab is an excellent opportunity for both undergraduate and graduate students to obtain research experience in topics relevant to clinical psychology and social cognition. Preference is generally given to students who have taken at least two psychology classes in the past, who show enthusiasm for research, and who are willing to commit to working in the lab for at least one year. Interested applicants should be enthusiastic, responsible, and attentive to detail. Knowledge of SPSS is a plus. Individuals who are primarily interested in obtaining face-to-face clinical experience with patients should seek opportunities elsewhere, such as in hospitals or clinics. To inquire about volunteer opportunities, please email "" with the subject line "Volunteer Inquiry."
  2. Independent Study and Theses
    Students may participate in research as part of an independent study, if enrolled as a Hunter College undergraduate or MA student, or as part of a Doctoral Program in Psychology at the CUNY Graduate Center. Opportunities for advisement on Undergraduate Honors, Masters, and Doctoral theses relevant to work conducted in the lab are also available. To inquire about advisement opportunities, please email "" with the subject line "Advisement Inquiry."
  3. Time Commitment
    Research assistants are expected to commit between 10 to 15 hours per week to the lab.