The Sexual Psychophysiology Lab RAs
The undergraduate research assistants in our lab work on a variety of studies relating to human sexuality. They are involved in all stages of the research process including participant screening interviews, data collection, data entry, and literature reviews. Advanced research assistants may be involved in psychophysiological data collection, clinical interviews, data analyses, and other types of participant testing. Many of our research assistants have gone on to receive Ph.D.s at prestigious universities, and many have presented research at international conferences while working in our lab. Click here to see the list of research assistants who have had their name on professional conference proceedings while working in our lab.
For more information on how to become a research assistant in our lab, click here.