Research Assistant position (Laurel Trainor )

Subject: Research Assistant position
From:    Laurel Trainor  <ljt(at)MCMAIL.CIS.MCMASTER.CA>
Date:    Mon, 12 Aug 2002 10:15:40 -0400

Here is a research assistant position that may be of interest to some readers of this group: EEG Research Assistant/Technician Infant Auditory Lab McMaster University We are seeking a Research Assistant in the Infant Auditory Lab to assist in research on basic auditory perception and the perception of speech and music. The Research Assistant would work mainly in the EEG lab, where we use electrophysiological methods to study the development of hearing in infants, children, and adults. Duties would include booking and confirming appointments, recording EEG in infants as they listen to the sounds in our various studies, helping to analyze the EEG data, basic administration of the lab's computers, and keeping the lab running smoothly. We are looking for someone with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology or a related field who is personable, organized, experienced with infants, professional with parents, and has some knowledge of how research is conducted. Experience with EEG recording and linux/unix is helpful, but not essential, as we will provide the necessary training. The position is available for September, 2002 (exact date to be negotiated). Salary will be dependent upon experience. Please mail, email, or FAX a resume, the names of three references, and one (unofficial) copy of university transcripts to: Dr. Laurel Trainor Department of Psychology McMaster University Hamilton, ON, L8S 4K1 FAX: 905-529-6225 email: LJT(at)

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