Undergraduate Research - Psychology 493


Undergraduate Research provides students with an opportunity to participate in psychological research for course credit. Students work in a professor's laboratory receiving one course credit for every three hours of work conducted in the lab each week. Responsibilities will vary depending on the needs of the professor. However, common activities for students earning Undergraduate Research credit include helping with designing experiments, collecting and analyzing data, presenting findings at local conferences, and publishing results. Undergraduate Research is highly recommended to students wishing to pursue a graduate degree in Psychology. Students interested in Undergraduate Research should e-mail or call professors whose program of research interests them about possible opening in their labs.

Many research labs in the NDSU Department of Psychology have dedicated web pages. Use the links below to find out more about the work done in these labs and the faculty that supervise the labs. Please contact the lab supervisor or use a contact link on a lab web site to ask questions about research done at NDSU.

Area

Cognitive & Visual Neuroscience

Cognitive & Visual Neuroscience

Cognitive & Visual Neuroscience

Social/Health Psychology
 

Visual & Cognitive Neuroscience
 

Cognitive & Visual Neuroscience
 

Social/Health Psychology
 

Cognitive & Visual Neuroscience

Social/Personality/Cognitive Psychology

Health/Social Psychology
 

Cognitive & Visual Neuroscience
 

Cognitive & Visual Neuroscience
 

Cognitive & Visual Neuroscience

Developmental Psychology
 

Social-Personality & Health Psychology

Developmental Psychopathology/Neuroscience

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