Research Assistant Training Program: Methods in Behavioral Science
Date & Time: 6pm – 7:30pm each Wednesday from February 10th through March 24th (skips March 10th)
Deadline to Apply: Wednesday, February 3rd
The Social and Behavioral Initiative (SBSI) supports interdisciplinary research in the social and behavioral sciences. Each semester, SBSI supports undergraduate students who are interested in research through the Research Assistant Training Program (RATP). This year, the course will be led by Postdoctoral Fellow Daniel Yudkin and will introduce students to important tools in behavioral research, including Qualtrics, SONA, and the Open Science Framework. It will also feature several lessons on analyzing data in R, including performing statistical analysis, writing basic functions, and generating data visualizations. Students will finish the course with the tools they need to be a productive and successful member of any research laboratory.
Courses will take place from 6pm – 7:30pm each Wednesday from February 10th through March 24th (skips March 10th). Students can find the application for the program here.
Applications deadline: Wednesday, February 3rd.
If you have any questions, please email lab coordinator Tuti Gomoka at firstname.lastname@example.org.