There are a number of opportunities to get involved in the Applied Social Psychology Lab.

Undergraduate Students

Research experience courses (PSYC2991 and PSYC2992)  — These courses provide an opportunity to gain experience in a research laboratory. Students will participate in the day to day running of a research laboratory, which may involve attending lab meetings, assisting with conducting research, and conducting literature searches (five hours per week). Please get in touch if you are interested.

Summer/Winter Research Scholar program — During the program, students will team up with an academic to participate in research-related activities for a selected project.  In doing so, they have the opportunity to progress and apply their degree-specific knowledge, whilst developing valuable research and professional capabilities. Please get in touch if you are interested.

Fourth Year Students

There are a number of spaces offered each year in the Honours program for individual research supervision. Supervision opportunities are advertised at the start of each year.

Postgraduate Students

Researchers in the Lab supervise both Masters and PhD students. Please contact potential advisors directly to arrange a meeting.