Our series of studies is the first to examine motivation for food and non-food alternatives in an infant population. Our newest longitudinal study includes music as a food alternative, based on our recently published pilot study (Reducing relative food reinforcement in infants by an enriched music experience). We are currently recruiting outstanding student researchers to help us recruit participants, learn and implement study protocols, enter/manage data, and assist with data collection (study session). Preference is given to students who can commit 2 semesters and/or summer semesters.
POSITIONS CURRENTLY FILLED AS OF 9/2016
Disciplines: Psychology, Child Development
Student Skill-Set Needed: Experience with infants and children, organized and detail oriented, highly motivated, independent worker, serious applicants from any discipline are welcome.
POSITIONS CURRENTLY FILLED as of 9/2016
Compensation: Academic Credit, Volunteer, POSITIONS FILLEDAS OF 9/2016
Available: Fall, Spring, Summer
For further information on this opportunity, or to apply, contact:
Faculty Member: Corrin Stier
Department: Medicine And Biomedical Sciences
Office: Farber Hall G56