The LDL is looking for passionate, bright, and reliable undergraduate students who are interested in gaining experience in research. Students on the LDL team typically work on one or two aspects within our larger research projects, including assisting with experimental sessions to examine emotion and motivation in individuals and couples of all ages, analyzing physiological data, and coding facial expressions. You can work with us for course credit (i.e., research apprenticeship [SESP 390] or independent study [SESP 399] with Dr. Haase as your advisor) or as a volunteer (minimum of 6 hours per week over 3 quarters; we are happy to accommodate this if you are planning to study abroad). If you are interested in working with us, send your CV (including relevant skills and research experiences) and a 1-page motivation statement to Dr. Claudia Haase.
If you are interested in working with Dr. Haase as a graduate student in the Human Development and Social Policy program or the Department of Psychology at Northwestern University, send your CV (including relevant skills, research experiences, and research interests) to Dr. Claudia Haase.
International Students and Collaborators
If you are thinking about visiting our lab, send your CV (including relevant skills, research experiences, and interests) to Dr. Claudia Haase. We love to work with international students and collaborators who are able to fund their visit.