May 15, 2015

Graduate Students

by Lauren Emberson

Students interested in pursuing graduate work would apply to work directly with Dr. Lauren Emberson or Dr. Casey Lew-Williams through the graduate school.  However, Princeton Psychology is a highly collaborative department and co-advising of students between multiple faculty is a possibility under the right circumstances.  Applications are typically due in mid-December.  Interested students should email Dr. Lauren Emberson and/or Dr. Casey Lew-Williams (depending on their individual interests) early in the process to determine whether they would be a good fit for the program and the lab. 

November 24, 2014


The Baby Lab is seeking motivated and organized undergraduate research assistants to join our team. Studies will focus on questions of infant language development, perception, and learning.

Tasks will include managing the lab phones and email for participant recruitment and scheduling, data collection and entry, and interacting with the infant and families during their visits to the lab. Work hours will include a weekly lab meeting to discuss relevant studies and allow RAs to further learn about the research process. Applicants should demonstrate an interest in the study topics. While no previous research experience is required, it would be advantageous. Students will be selected based on their dedication to the kinds of questions we ask in our research, as well as work ethic. Bilingual Spanish speakers are highly encouraged to apply; however, Spanish language skills are not required to apply. 

Please send a CV/resume and a cover letter describing why you are interested in being involved in the Baby Lab to annie.schwartzstein@princeton.edu and taylorm@princeton.edu by Monday, January 18th with the subject line "Research Assistant Application".