Position OverviewThis position supports research conducted at the Institute of Child Development. Drs. Kathleen Thomas and Megan Gunnar jointly hold a grant to examine aspects of social buffering of responses to stress, including examining conditions under which buffering occurs and the neural mechanisms underlying the response. We are seeking someone with knowledge of child development theory and research who has sufficient laboratory experience to be able to recruit families into participant testing and assist in MRI testing. Responsibilities for this position include contacting families, describing the studies, scheduling appointments, reminder contacts, tracking data, obtaining informed consent, administering behavioral tasks and questionnaires, managing and
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