Psychology Alumni, Mary Buckingham, quoted in CNN article about attachment and empathy. Yes, I am impressed!
Great to listen to psychology major Taylor share her experiences and reflections about her time at SJC.
The Hamilton Lab directed by Dr. Jessica L. Hamilton in the Department of Psychology at Rutgers University is hiring a Research Coordinator/Assistant to join us starting Summer 2021! The Hamilton Lab conducts research on adolescent suicidal thoughts and self-harming behaviors, with a focus on the risk and protective roles of social media use and sleep. The position will primarily support a NIMH-funded study using innovative ambulatory methods to investigate social media and sleep disruption in adolescent suicide risk. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to engage in every stage of the research process, including initiation and implementation of new research protocols, collecting, managing and analyzing data, as well as overseeing daily laboratory activities and supervising undergraduates. The candidate will be joining the lab in its inaugural year, and we are seeking applicants who are organized, creative, excellent at problem-solving, excited to contribute to and build the lab culture, and passionate about conducting research that impacts the community. This position is an excellent opportunity for individuals seeking to gain research and clinical experience prior to graduate study in clinical psychology or related programs.
The start date is Summer 2021. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position has been filled. There is an option for remote work during the summer with an expected transition to in person starting Fall 2021. Interested applicants are invited to submit a cover letter and CV (with references) through the following link: https://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/131762
For additional information, please review the attached document and visit the lab website at thehamiltonlab.org. Please contact Dr. Hamilton directly for specific questions at Jessica.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Considering a PhD in social, cognitive, or developmental psychology? Join the New York University Psychology Department in this online panel discussion with faculty and students to learn about the process of applying to PhD programs. We aim to offer insights on the application process for traditionally underrepresented individuals. Join us May 20, 2020 3:00 – 5:30 EST for a virtual tour of our labs, research, and perspectives on what makes for a strong applicant to the PhD program.
Apply here by Monday May 17 11:59 PM EST.
See attached flyer for more information.
We are raising funds to provide every psychology major in their junior year with a membership to APA. Can you help out?
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Please help out Michael get participants for his senior thesis project on adults’ spiritual beliefs (18 years or older). If you’re interested in participating in a 5-10 minute, (anonymous) online questionnaire, please click the following link to be directed to the informed consent form, followed by the complete questionnaire:
Also, if you wouldn’t mind sharing so others can see, I would really appreciate it!
Sim, a former student, recommends Twitter @PsyhResList. “a fantastic page. They retweet and post a ton of undergraduate research opportunities at other universities.
Panel Discussion on Undergraduate Research @SJC on Friday, February 26th at 2pm.
Hear about the experience of other students (psychology and other majors) speak about their experiences. The focus is on the f the experience rather than the research itself.
Join the discussion with https://sjcny.zoom.us/j/96065840965
Thank you Kristen for sharing.