I am looking for 1 to 2 students this year to assist in examining existing research studies. We are conducting a comprehensive review of research on the science of eyewitness identification so that we can learn what we know and what we don’t know.
Students will learn to read studies, extract data from them, and enter data into a database. They will help analyze the findings and help to author peer-reviewed articles.
Work on a really important project with important social justice implications, hang out with faculty and graduate students to think creatively, and possibly publish!
This project is funded until December 2019. Students can work from 4 to 10 hours per week, but funding will not be initially available.
Students need to understand some basic issues of social research, so introductory research methods in social work, psychology, sociology or other social/behavioral research.