Paid Summer Research Internship
University of Chicago Inclusive Pedagogy Research Internship
The Multilingualism and Decision-Making Lab at the University of Chicago's Department of Psychology is searching for a hard-working, responsible, and capable intern to conduct research at the University of Chicago this summer exploring how language impacts reasoning and decision making. The internship will take place from August 1 until the beginning of the fall quarter. The intern will be expected to work 40 hours/week on a variety of tasks. Training for the study will occur at the end of the spring quarter. After the summer internship, there might be an opportunity to participate in further work with the lab assuming mutual interest. The position is open for all students; minority or underrepresented undergraduate student at the University of Chicago are strongly encouraged to apply.
- Self-motivated, hard working, and well organized.
- Pursuing a bachelor’s degree in related fields such as Psychology,
- Neuroscience, Biology, etc. preferred but not required.
- Prior research experience preferred.
Responsibilities Will Include:
- Help designing and creating an experiment.
- Recruiting participants through the use of social media, flyers, and various other methods.
- Running subjects on computer tasks.
- Organizing data.
- A stipend of $2,500.
*Onsite training provided*
If you are a serious candidate, please submit your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For incoming MAPSS students interested in working with the MDL: Please email Boaz Keysar directly at email@example.com with a brief paragraph summarizing your interests as well as an attached resume.