Undergraduate students can join the Couples Research Lab as research assistants (RAs). RAs help with recruiting participants, collecting and analyzing data, and helping present and publish results. The benefits of being an RA include
gaining experience in designing and conducting research, learning more about psychology, and
obtaining a letter of recommendation for future endeavors. Advanced RAs also have the opportunity to conduct independent research. All research
assistants receive training in research ethics as well as in their specific duties and will
receive 1-3 course credits per semester. An interview is required
before enrolling as an RA.
If you are interested in becoming an RA in the
Couples Research Lab, please contact Dr. Rowe at email@example.com.