As an undergraduate student, you can become involved in the brain and language lab in many different ways: from running participants in experiments, designing experimental stimuli, assisting with data analysis, creating new experiments, and reading and critically evaluating research in the field of cognitive neuroscience and language comprehension.
If you are a highly motivated and responsible student who is excited about gaining research experience, please fill out an application and leave it in Professor Virtue’s mailbox in the Psychology office in Byrne Hall 420.
Devote at least 4-6 hours per week to lab activities
Attend lab meetings once a week
Read research articles and contribute to lab discussions
Commitment to work in the lab for at least 2 quarters