Applications open for undergraduate research opportunity

Jessica Bradshaw, assistant professor in psychology, is looking for students to engage in clinical research on early identification and intervention for autism spectrum disorder.

Undergraduate research assistants would help run experiments using eye tracking and heart activity monitoring with infants and children.

Course credit for independent study (PSYC 498/PSYC 598) is available.

To qualify, students must have a minimum 3.5 GPA, the ability to commit two semesters, interpersonal, organizational and communication skills, the ability to interact comfortably with parents and children, and interest in infant development and/or autism spectrum disorder.

If interested, email for a research assistant application.

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