Undergraduate Research Opportunities

We are looking for motivated students interested in child psychopathology and interventions research for the Summer and Fall of 2018. Responsibilities of our research assistants vary but may include data entry, phone screens and assessments, data coding, and supervision of preschool-aged children. All research assistants will receive behavior management skills training.

Undergraduate Research Assistant Requirements:

  • 10 hours per week
  • 2 semester commitment
  • Weekly lab meeting
  • Weekly meeting with supervisor

 

 

Prospective graduate students

Dr. Chronis-Tuscano welcomes two new doctoral students in Fall 2017 and thus does not expect to admit a new student to begin in Fall 2018.