For the projects being conducted over the next several years, the Adolescent Dynamics Lab will need dedicated graduate and undergraduate students who are interested in learning the technical skills for recording and analyzing psychophysiological and observational data. Most importantly, the emphasis will be on skills related to dynamic systems approaches to adolescent emotional development.
Interested undergraduate students can apply to be a volunteer by completing and returning the application form.
We are looking for motivated graduate students to join our research team in 2013. Those with interests in experimentally induced emotion and emotion regulation, autonomic psychophysiology, observational research, and/or dynamics systems are encouraged to apply. Interested graduate students are encouraged to consider the current projects, information about the Developmental Program, and to contact Dr. Tom Hollenstein with any research ideas or to ask specific questions.