Our lab is looking for enthusiastic and intelligent new graduate students who want to join us in the investigation of infant memory. Ideal candidates are students who are interested in studying learning and memory, working with infants, and have research experience. Students collect data by visiting infants in their homes and are expected to present current data at one or two conferences each year. Your graduate research in infant cognition will be complimented by a strong graduate training program.
If you are interested in joining our lab, please call us at (202) 687-6988, firstname.lastname@example.org, or feel free to stop by. We are located in White Gravenor Hall 413.
The graduate program in Developmental Science has two tracks, Public Policy and Cognitive Neuroscience. These tracks draw on the strengths of both Georgetown University and the Psychology Department. Graduate courses will be available to students not only in the Psychology department but also in the Department of Neuroscience and the Department of Public Policy. Please contact the psychology department office, 202-687-6042 or go to the psychology department website for additional information about requirements for admission and core courses.