How can undergraduates get involved with the lab?
Our research team includes a large group of
undergraduate students who help us collect, code, and enter data.
Undergraduate students typically obtain direct experience with
children, adolescents, and their families. The experience is designed
to help students gain skills that are required for admission in
the top doctoral programs in psychology. Undergraduates may work
as volunteers, work-study employees, or to receive course credit
(e.g., Directed Reading/Research).
If you are interested in joining the
lab, complete this application form and
email to Prof. Prinstein.
Interviews typically are conducted once a semester around the
time of class preregistration.