Parenting and Attractiveness
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Contact DetailsErin Anderson
Project Lead: Stevie Schein
We are currently collecting and processing data for a study that investigates the ways in which infant facial attractiveness affects care-giving behaviors, and whether these behaviors can be predicted by the affective responses to baby photos. Study uses psycho-physiological methodology.
Required: Must be able to work 9-10 hours per week in the lab (according to your schedule). A two-semester commitment is required.
Preferred: Coursework in child development/developmental psychology.
Position starts summer 2013
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