Student working on a research project.

Buffalo CHILD Lab

The Buffalo CHILD lab located at 1021 Main Street is looking for motivated and responsible undergraduates interested in learning more about the effects of parental substance abuse on children's developmental outcomes. Undergraduates may participate in several ongoing and planned studies in the lab. Most studies include parental interviews, data collection involving parents and children, extensive coding of videotaped data of child behavior and parent-child interactions, and home visits with families for data collection. Children may range in age from newborns to adolescents.

Research Project Information

Disciplines: Psychology, Pediatrics, Public Health
Student Skill-Set Needed: A 3.2 GPA or higher, high motivation and interest in learning about developmental research, have taken classes in research methods, can commit to spending two semesters in the lab.
Compensation: Academic Credit
Available: Fall, Spring, Summer


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

Faculty Member: Rina Das Eiden
Title: Buffalo Child lab : parent/child study
Department: Psychology
Office: 1021 Main Street
Phone: 7168873350