I enjoy working closely with students to build expertise in the general area of diversity in hiring (personnel selection), individual differences, and research methodology. Through the mentorship, my goal is to help them become rigorous researchers who could bring positive impact to research of the workplace and the society by the time they graduate. To achieve this goal, I will be working closely with the students and provide them resources and connections to maximize their research and learning.
For potential students, research experience and methodological/statistical training will be considered as key strengths. Students who exhibit qualities of proactivity, conscientiousness, and excellent work ethics will especially be considered favorably. If you are interested in applying and want to learn more about my lab, feel free to email me at email@example.com.
Description of Undergraduate Participation
Our undergraduate research assistants will take part in a variety of hands-on research experiences and training, which include:
Research assistants in my lab will have the opportunity to learn R and RStudio (programming language/statistical software) to conduct data analysis with real-world workplace data. Skill in R (and RStudio) is seen as prominent in graduate school application and by I-O psychology positions in data-driven companies (e.g., Google, Facebook).
Application material will be accepted on a rolling basis throughout the semester.
Requirements and preferences:
Please email Dr. Song at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “PSY390 Research Opportunity” to apply or learn more.
To apply, include the following materials in your email:
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