In this role, you will report to the principal investigator (Dr. Jamie Ostrov) and Research Support Specialist and will assist them with the coordination of the daily functions of the research project, while also supporting the interview and psychophysiology data collection in local child care centers. This position will also involve data coding, entry, and management as well as supporting the qualtrics electronic data collection platform within the laboratory. Incumbent must be able to work independently with moderate supervision, and willing to commit to at least 1 year in the position.
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