Interested parties should contact Dr. William Hopkins ([email protected]) for further details.
Currently, COMIC scientists are working on six major programs of research: Numerical Cognition; Metacognition; Strategic Economic Interactions; Prospective Memory and Planning; Self-Control and Delay of Gratification; Perceptual and Cognitive Illusions. Student research opportunities include computerized and manual testing of human and nonhuman primate participants in these topic areas. The COMIC lab accepts students all year, including summer internships. Our research is supported by grants from the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation as well as Georgia State University.
Human factors research internships at AT&T Telecommunications are also available to select graduate students. For more information on this or other research opportunities please contact David Washburn.
The SCLSL is a component laboratory of Biobehavioral Foundations and Development of Cognitive Competence, a multi-investigator, multi-institutional program-project supported by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (HD060563).
The SCLSL offers opportunities for biobehavioral collaborative research with investigators from institutions around the world. Graduate and undergraduate students can be involved in every phase of the research. For additional information, please contact Dr. David A. Washburn.