If you are interested in earning academic (Psych 499) credit for working in a lab, follow these steps:
Interested in working with a faculty member or graduate student on a research project? The following projects are recruiting undergraduates to help out in their labs.
If you are a Psychology graduate student, staff or faculty member and you would like to update your Psych 499 posting or add a new Psych 499 opportunity, please contact Vicky Hansen in Psychology Undergraduate Advising at 206-543-2698 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Alcohol use and Social Norms (The SNAP Project)||Adult Clinical||Alcohol-Use Trajectories: Linking America and Sweden (ATLAS)||Adult Clinical||Clinical Assessment and Outcomes in Adult and Adolescent DBT||Adult Clinical||Clinical Assessment and Outcomes in Adult and Child Anxiety Disorders||Adult Clinical||Clinical Outcome Studies with Suicidal Military Service Members||Adult Clinical||Determining Alcohol use & Risk Taking (DART)||Adult Clinical||Dissemination and Implementation of Evidence-Based Behavioral Health Treatments||Adult Clinical||EPIC (Evaluating Personalized Information and Choices)||Adult Clinical||Fear/Safety Learning and Treatment Outcome in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)||Adult Clinical||Harm Reduction Research and Treatment (HaRRT) Lab - working with homeless individuals from culturally diverse backgrounds to reduce substance-related harm and improve quality of life||Adult Clinical||Project FRESH (Female Relationship Experiences and Sexual Health)||Adult Clinical||Project WHUP: Women’s Health Update||Adult Clinical||Retraining Associations about Drinking (RAD) and Implicit Cognition about Drinking (ICAD)||Adult Clinical||Risk Factors for Fear Overgeneralization||Adult Clinical||Studies on Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder and Suicide||Adult Clinical||The Parent-Child D.Y.A.D.S. Project (Determining Youths' Ability to Detect Safety)||Adult Clinical||Young Men’s Self-regulation Intervention||Adult Clinical||Environmental Enrichment of Laboratory Monkeys||Animal Behavior||Bright Start||Child Clinical||Evaluating Usual Care in an Evidence-Based Practice Setting||Child Clinical||"Family Integrated Transitions" A community based psychosocial intervention for juvenile offenders and their families||Child Clinical||Cognition Lab Looking for Computer-Proficient Student||Cognition and Perception||Child and Adolescent Learning and Living Study (CALLS)||Developmental||Children’s Social and Moral Conceptions of a Humanoid Robot of the Here and Now||Developmental||Craniofacial Microsomia: Longitudinal Outcomes in Children Pre-Kindergarten (CLOCK)||Developmental||Deaf and Hard of Hearing Infants' Social Cognition||Developmental||Growth & Behavioral Development in Macaque Monkeys||Developmental||Joint Visual Attention Lab||Developmental||Plagiocephaly Outcomes Project, Phase 2||Developmental||Prejudice in Young Children and Adults||Developmental||Prosocial Behavior in Young Children||Developmental||Social Cognition in Infants and Toddlers||Developmental||Studying the Physiology of Attention and Regulation in Children with ASD – The Seattle Children’s SPARCS Study||Developmental||Juvenile Justice Reform and HB 2536 Projects||Please Select...||Family Cultural Conflict||Social and Personality||Individual Variation in Responses to Anti-smoking Messages||Social and Personality||Social Identity Lab: Research on Prejudice, Stigma, and the Self||Social and Personality||Stereotypes, Identity, and Belonging Lab (SIBL)||Social and Personality|