Law and Memory Processes (LAMP) Lab is Seeking Undergraduate Research Assistants
The Law and Memory Processes (LAMP) Lab is currently seeking students to work as research assistants during the upcoming academic term. The lab conducts research on eyewitness testimony, missing persons, and false memories. Research assistants attend lab meetings once a week (Wednesdays 3:30), run experimental sessions, help with data entry and analysis, and help with design of materials. Students receive 3 hours course credit for their participation (PSYC 207V) and gain valuable experience for those planning on applying to graduate school, law school, or medical school. It’s really cool and a lot of fun. You can click on the link below to apply or email Dr. Lampinen (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Dr. Lampinen is Interested in Recruiting a New Graduate Student for the Upcoming Academic Year
Dr. Lampinen is interested in recruiting an incoming graduate student for the Fall 2020/Spring 2021 academic year. Outstanding students interested in research on eyewitness memory, face perception, missing and wanted persons, or false memories are encouraged to apply. If you are interested in learning more about the LAMP lab at the University of Arkansas please contact Dr. Lampinen at email@example.com. Students interested in pursuing a Ph.D. in Psychological Science with Dr. Lampinen can find more information about how to apply here.