Summer 2021 Research Assistant Internship Opportunities
We are not accepting applications for our 2021 internship program. We will update this page with information about our summer 2022 program in late fall. Please check back if you are interested in applying next year. Please contact us with any questions!
The Laboratory for Developmental Studies at Harvard University hosts an annual summer internship. Interns will assist with developmental psychology research and learn state of the art research methods that provide a window into the minds of infants, toddlers, and children. Under the supervision of Dr. Susan Carey and Dr. Jesse Snedeker, the lab studies such topics as language acquisition, numerical development, representation of objects and people, causality, and symbolic representation. Responsibilities of interns center around working on a project with a primary researcher and include: recruiting and scheduling child participants and their families, testing children in the lab or at daycares, data analysis, and aiding in the design of new studies. An interest in and ability to work with young children is essential. Internships are full time and 10 weeks in duration. Interns are strongly encouraged to apply for grants from their current institutions. However, a $2000 stipend is guaranteed for those who do not receive outside funding.
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For additional information, please contact:
Carey Lab Manager
Snedeker Lab Manager