This project is a grant-funded project examining a culturally-modified treatment for ADHD. Primary RA responsibilities include completion of fidelity checks of treatment sessions, as well as data entry and verification. Opportunities for involvement on conference presentations and manuscripts are available.
This project is an evaluation of PEERS (Program for the Evaluation and Enrichment of Relational Skills), a friendship-building intervention for teens with ADHD and their families. Primary RA responsibilities include assistance with teen groups as a “social coach,” as well as data entry and verification. Opportunities for involvement on conference presentations and manuscripts are available.
Students must have junior or senior standing. Previous research experience is good, but not required.
At least 1 year.
The goal of the lab experience is to provide knowledge about how to conduct research in the field of clinical child psychology. Specifically, research assistants will participate in discussions of current psychological research and assist with data collection, entry, and verification, as well as be involved in analyzing, writing up, and presenting data.
Serving as a research assistant provides students with excellent research training and experience, which will provide them with a stronger foundation for graduate school.
E-mail Dr. Gerdes at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive an application.