Support all aspects of research development for the SPEAK CAT project
Maintain all technical and administrative support for a research project
Build and expand upon literature reviews for the test domain
Write and develop survey items
Conduct cognitive interviews of new survey items
Develop the item bank
Perform statistical analysis of testing data
Performs experiments and collects and analyzes data. Participates in the promotion of a research project
Collaborates on development of new research projects with academic and community-based organizations
May present work at scientific meetings
Performs other related work as needed
Minimum requirements include a PhD in psychology, child development, or a related field
Research experience in one or more of the following domains: language development, socioemotional development, cognitive development, early literacy, math/spatial development, dual language learning, screen media use, and neurodevelopment
Experience supervising research assistants
Has general awareness in research techniques or methods, regulatory policies and procedures, and relevant scientific knowledge
Familiarity with survey research methods
Cover letter (required)
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