How can you join the Cognition & Aging Lab at Georgia State University?
Undergraduate research assistants (RAs): Our RAs are involved in all phases of the research process, including testing the participants, helping to enter and code data, preparing stimuli for projects, and recruiting older adult participants. RAs also participate in lab meetings. RAs typically volunteer their time or earn course credit for working in the lab rather than being paid. Because of the training involved in becoming an RA, we ask for a minimum 10 hour commitment per week, usually for at least two semesters (but have made exceptions in the past). If you are interested in volunteering in our lab, please fill out this application and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prospective PhD students:
For information about the application process please click here. To discuss the possibility of completing your PhD in the Cognition & Aging Lab at Georgia State University, please email Dr. Barber at email@example.com. Note that Dr. Barber does NOT plan to accept students to begin Fall 2021.