Graduate student recruitment at SPRING Lab at UT Dallas

November 09, 2020

The Social Psychology Research on INtercultural Groups Lab (SPRING Lab), at the University of Texas at Dallas, invites applications from prospective graduate students to begin Fall 2021. This lab Investigates questions in social, cultural, and affective neuroscience. Current lines of research in the lab focus on how individuals’ moral judgments, engagement in theory-of-mind, and ingroup bias vary as a function of their cultural background. We leverage behavioral, experimental, computational, and neuroimaging (esp. fMRI) methods to examine these topics.
Application deadline is December 1st, 2020. Please contact the lab director, Dr. BoKyung Park at bokyung.park@utdallas.edu<mailto:bokyung.park@utdallas.edu>, if you have any questions. For further information about the lab, please visit the SPRING Lab website<labs.utdallas.edu/spring/>; for more information about the PhD program of the department, please join the information session<bbs.utdallas.edu/online-session/> for prospective students on November 23rd; for more information about the Psychology Department of the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences at UTD, please visit the department website<bbs.utdallas.edu/degrees/psyphd/> and see the attached recruitment flyer from the department.

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