Psychology Research Assistant Position - Dr. Doane's Adolescent Stress and Emotion Lab

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Company Name: 
Department of Psychology
Preferred Skills or Majors: 
Have a minimum 3.2 GPA , high levels of interpersonal interaction skills, interest in adolescent and young adult development; additionally, fluency in English and Spanish is highly desirable, though not required
Closing Date: 
October 1, 2017
Desired Academic Year: 
Freshman, Sophmore, Junior, Senior
Location or Campus: 
Tempe Campus
Hours Per Week: 
9

Project Description: 

Dr. Leah Doane and her team are conducting a longitudinal research study, "Transiciones," to better understand available resources and potential challenges of Latino high school students and their families as they begin their time at ASU. This longitudinal study involves multi-method follow-up assessments (e.g., daily diaries, sleep assessments, and stress biomarkers) as first-year students begin at ASU this year (2017-2018).
We are actively recruiting undergraduate research assistants for Fall 2017 and beyond. RAs will be trained in recruitment procedures, study protocol, home visits, and/or entering and transcribing data. RAs must:
-be available 9 hours/week (3 credits of PSY399 or 499, or on a volunteer basis) -commit at least 2 semesters to the project -



Application Instructions and Contact Info: 

Send an e-mail to Jennifer Kennedy at maximum@asu.edu with your current resume/CV and a few sentences explaining why you think you are a good fit for this project.