Information processing in animals; emphasis on elementary, evolutionarily-derived, fundamentals of learning and memory that might be expected to generalize across species, including humans.
Contact R. R. Miller, S4-130, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 777-2291 (2-6:30 p.m.)
Learn to design, execute, and analyze studies of animal (rodents and humans) cognition and behavior in laboratory situations. The results of these experiments are often reported at professional conferences and/or published in scientific journals with students as coauthors.
Introductory Psychology. Corequisites: Psychology of Learning or Cognitive Psychology.
Approximately 11 hours/week and commitment of at least one year expected. The research frequently involves working over weekends. Option often available of full-time salaried position on NIH grant over the summer. Students with allergies or asthma are discouraged from applying.
Last Updated: 5/27/10