5 Result(s)

Mobile Youth and Poverty Study

In this research opportunity, students will work with the Data Archivist for the Mobile Youth and Poverty Study and/or other identified faculty, based on the students' interests to create research publications, both manuscripts and conference proposals that explore risk and protective factors for primarily adolescents who grow up in impoverished communities. This opportunity lends itself more toward quantitative methods, but qualitative opportunities may be explored. In this research opportunity, students will work with secondary data sources. Typical work may include conducting literature reviews, data analysis, and manuscript and/or conference proposal preparation. Students' research interests will be taken into consideration, and there m...

Required Availability
Fall 2016 | Spring 2017 | Summer 2017
Course Credit?
No
Paid Position?
No

Using new media technologies to help children become more proactive in their health and well being.

This is a longitudinal study that is ongoing at area elementary schools. Any student who is selected to be involved in this research project will have to go through ethics certification (IRB). I am revising the iPad app that is being used in the present study to track children's food consumption, and I am developing health literacy/health intervention material to be used during health sessions at area schools. Data collection will take place in December, so any student interested will need to be in Tuscaloosa through approximately Dec. 20th. ...

Required Availability
Fall 2017 | Spring 2018 | Summer 2018
Course Credit?
No
Paid Position?
No

Family-functioning, Self-compassion, cognitive fusion, and anxiety and depression in adolescence and emerging adulthood

This position provides the opportunity to collect data, conduct literature searches and analyses on the relationships between family functioning, self-compassion, cognitive fusion, anxiety, and depression in a population of adolescence and emerging adulthood. Student interested should contact Dr. Blake Berryhill at bberryhill@ches.ua.edu. ...

Required Availability
Fall 2016
Course Credit?
No
Paid Position?
No

Behavioral Investigation of Moral Judgment using the Defining Issues Test

The Social, Emotional, EDucational (SEED) Neuroscience lab is seeking undergraduate students who are interested in socio-moral development among college students. We are going to collect participating college students' behavioral responses while they are solving moral dilemmas by using specially designed software for psychological experiments, E-Prime. As an RA you may gain experience in designing behavioral experiments and collecting behavioral data for psychological studies. The position is open to undergraduates of all concentrations, and would be of special interest to students of the psychological sciences (e.g., psychology, linguistics, human development). The minimum weekly commitment for this position is 5 hours, and it can be pursu...

Required Availability
Spring 2017
Course Credit?
No
Paid Position?
No

Project CHAP (Case management, Housing, HIV Advocacy and Policy) or RuTelCo Project (Rural Telemedicine Counseling)

We are seeking undergraduate or graduate students to assist with one of two current research projects: Project CHAP or RuTelCo Project as research assistants. Both projects are being conducted with people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWH). Research assistants will be asked to commit 8-10 hours per week to help with study activities, including but not limited to recruitment, telephone screening, data entry, telephone interviews, in person computerized interviews, literature review, data analysis and preparation of presentations, posters and manuscripts. Active students will be included as co-authors when they assist with and significantly contribute to the preparation of abstracts, posters, presentations or manuscripts. Students will be require...

Required Availability
Fall 2017 | Spring 2018 | Summer 2018 | Fall 2018 | Spring 2019
Course Credit?
Yes - NUR 317
Paid Position?
No