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Applicants should have a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology or related field. They should have good interpersonal skills and computer skills, work regularly for data collection, preferably with experience working with children and parents, and research interest in developmental psychology, literacy learning, or special learning needs.
A competitive salary commensurate with qualifications and experience will be offered, in addition to annual leave and medical benefits.
The University only accepts online application for the above post. Applicants should be sent to Alison Mok at email@example.com. Review of application will commence as soon as possible and continue until 10 June 2019, or until the post is filled, whichever is the earlier.
Deadline: 10 June 2019
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JC A-Connect: Jockey Club Autism Support Network (School Support Component) is looking for student helpers from May to July (to commence as soon as possible). Successful candidates will mainly assist in research data management for this large scale project supporting children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in mainstream schools.
- have attained an English word processing speed at 50 w.p.m. or above and Chinese word processing speed at 30 w.p.m. or above; and
- have very good knowledge of and working experience in Microsoft Excel; and
- be responsible, self-motivated, mature, and able to work independently; and
- can commit 12 to 15 hours per week on average (working schedule is negotiable and hourly rate is subject to individual candidate’s year of study); and
- fluency in Cantonese.
- With psychology, education, or related background;
- With experience and good knowledge in data management.
Interested candidates please send an application letter, together with an up-to-date C.V. to firstname.lastname@example.org. Shortlisted candidates will be invited for IT test and/or interview in due course.
Review of applications will commence as soon as possible and continue until June 30, 2019, or until the post is filled, whichever is earlier.
Applicants should have a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology or related field. They should have good interpersonal skills and computer skills, work regularly for data collection, preferably with experience working with children and parents, and research interest in counseling psychology, personality and social psychology, or community psychology.
A competitive salary commensurate with qualifications and experience will be offered, in addition to annual leave and medical benefits. Research Assistant I will be offered depending on years of relevant working experience.
Applicants should send a completed application form together with an up-to-date C.V. to Social and Health Psychology Lab, Department of Psychology, The University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong either by mail or by e-mail (email@example.com). Shortlisted candidates will be invited for interviews, and candidates who are not invited to interviews will not be notified.
Deadline: May 15, 2019
We’re looking for part-time research assistants to work on a new project about face perception. The project is aimed to explore how we process multiple faces presented simultaneously, the eye movement patterns during face processing, and the holistic nature of face perception.
The research assistants’ responsibilities will mainly include:
1) Prepare face stimuli for testing (e.g., using Photoshop and FantaMorph)
2) Assisting with data collection for behavioral experiments
3) Assisting with statistical analyses for the experiments
There is no necessity for applicants to have existing experience of using FantaMorph, but you should have basic knowledge about Photoshop and be passionate about learning new skills.
If you’re interested, please email Dr. Ji (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a brief description of yourself and any experience you might have in the field.
We are recruiting interns for the first semester, 2018-2019. The internship can be taken as a credit-bearing course (PSYC 2072 or PSYC2073) or as voluntary work.
The intern will work in the Developmental Science Lab on three research projects related to language, reading, and mathematics development, including
1) a meta-analytic literature review of reading comprehension in Chinese
2) a twin research project investigating the genetic and environmental contributions to language (Chinese and English), reading, and mathematics development
3) a longitudinal study on factors predicting reading development from kindergarten to early primary school
The intern’s responsibilities will mainly include
– Attending weekly lab meetings
– Searching English and Chinese literature
– Assisting with instrument development and prepare testing materials
– Assessing language skills and cognitive abilities of young children
– Scoring and entering data after data collection
– Developing data documentation and coding book for data analysis
I’m looking for volunteer research assistants to work within the newly formed Experimental Psychopathology Lab as part of a range of projects using different statistical and experimental techniques to explore the mechanisms involved in the emergence, maintenance and treatment of anxiety disorders.
Ideally, applicants will have a very strong grasp of English and Cantonese and they should be comfortable working independently and in taking initiative where necessary.
There is no necessity for applicants to have existing statistical or experimental expertise but you should be passionate about Psychology and about learning new skills and you should at least not be afraid of SPSS. As such, students at all levels will be considered.
Although this is a volunteer position, it is hoped that this will feed into publications and paid opportunities in the future.
If you’re interested, please email me at email@example.com with a brief description of yourself, any experience you might have in the field and why it is you’re applying.