Research Assistants Needed for Infant Research-- LEARN TO CODE DATA

The Language Development Lab is seeking highly motivated research assistants to help with a study investigating the relationship between parent-infant interactions and infant language development. This study involves longitudinal, qualitative video data of parent-infant interactions. The primary duties of research assistants will be coding and entering data. *No experience with coding, analysis, or software is necessary*

You will learn:

  • How to code qualitative data for quantitative analysis
  • How to use ELAN and excel software
  • How to enter and organize datasets


We prefer at least a 2-semester commitment (spring and summer) but we are open to spring only. Preferably students will commit 7-10 hours per week but hours negotiable. Students will also need to attend weekly meetings (held over Zoom) including group and one-on-one meetings.

*All work will be completed remotely.* 

Preferred qualifications:

Research assistants must be:

  • Motivated and eager to learn
  • Highly detail-oriented
  • Thorough
  • Timely
  • Critical thinkers

Other preferred skills (though not necessary)

  • Fluent in Spanish

For more details, please contact and/or submit an application using the link on and reference "Responsiveness Study" as the study of interest.

PSY 357 course credit is available for this project.

Wednesday, February 10

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