Are you interested in boredom? Would you like to be part of the boredom lab? If you are a highly motivated and strong student, please read on to find out about how you can get involved. We aim to train psychology researchers who are able to articulate interesting, important and feasible research questions and then develop rigorous and innovative methods for exploring those questions. Mentorship will vary depending on your level of research experience and your training goals.
Undergraduate students typically work closely with a graduate student on a topic related to the graduate student’s work. Conducting research is highly rewarding but it also demands a lot of hard work and dedication. You can expect that our team will be responsive and committed to helping you achieve your goals; and in turn we expect the same level of commitment and engagement from you. Please take a look at our home page, and our current projects to see if we are a good fit for you.
Interested in Joining Us?
If you are interested in applying to become a volunteer Research Assistant, please contact us using the form on this page.