Student working on a research project.

Programming Experiments

The Grizzard Entertainment Media (GEM) Research Lab is seeking an undergraduate student to program experimental stimuli in Inquisit (http://www.millisecond.com). Inquisit uses an imperative programming language. Familiarity with programming languages such as JavaScript, Java, C#, PHP, or C is a requirement.

The GEM Research Lab studies the effects of entertainment media on psychological processes. We use social scientific approaches to examine how humans respond to media and how media in turn might influence attitudes, emotions, cognitions, and behaviors.

Research Project Information

Disciplines: Psychology, Cognitive Science, Computer Science
Student Skill-Set Needed: Ability to work independently, Familiarity with imperative programming languages (JavaScript, C#, C, etc.), Self-starter
Compensation: Academic Credit, Salary / Stipend, Volunteer
Available: Fall, Spring, Summer
Website: http://www.buffalo.edu/cas/communication/faculty/grizzard.html

Contact

For further information on this opportunity, or to apply, contact:

Faculty Member: Matthew Grizzard
Title: Assistant Professor
Department: Communication
Office: 325 Baldy Hall
Phone: 716-645-1500
Email: mngrizza@buffalo.edu