There are several ways to participate in the ongoing research at the ABC Lab.
Anyone can participate in our online studies. They take less than 20 minutes, and give you a good idea of the kinds of things we are interested in. Sign up here.
If you are an undergraduate at Indiana who is taking P101, P102, or P155 the best way to learn more about the lab is by participating in one of our experiments on campus. Information on participation is available through the Psychology Department experiment portal.
If you are an undergraduate majoring in Psychology, Cognitive Science, or Informatics and would like to get more involved, we do have openings for research assistants. As a research assistant, you have the opportunity to work part-time in the lab with our full-time research staff. This is an excellent way to gain research experience if you are interested in pursuing graduate-level work or want to learn more about this exciting field. For more information, contact Peter Todd.
If you are interested in coming to Indiana as a graduate student, post doc, or visiting scientist in our lab, please contact Peter Todd directly.