Applied Cognition and Aging Laboratory Assistant Positions Available (Link)
We are looking for
reliable, volunteer undergraduate students to assist on various research
projects in applied cognitive psychology. We are
interested in understanding human performance, attention, and cognition.
Additionally, we sometimes work with older adults to understand cognition
during normal aging.
Expectations for Research
- 10 hours
available per week (typically working less than 10 hours)
- At least 2
semesters of commitment
- Interest in
learning about cognitive science research
- Exceptional work
habits, especially punctuality and sense of responsibility
The Applied Cognition and Aging Laboratory is under
the supervision of Dr. Mark Neider. We conduct research on training search
performance for camouflaged targets, distraction during multitasking, video
game and cognitive abilities, 3D perception, and changes in cognition during
aging. We use a number of experimental tools including eye tracking, google
glass, 3D displays, and functional neuroimaging.
please fill out the application at www.MarkNeider.com