The Behavioral Science for Policy Lab (BSPL) is located at the intersection of the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, the Woodrow Wilson School for Public Policy, and the Psychology Department. As an interdisciplinary lab, BSPL brings together researchers with varied backgrounds in order to shed light on the psychological foundations of real world decisions, with a focus on issues related to energy and the environment.
The lab assistant will facilitate multiple aspects of BSPL research initiatives, reporting to the lab manager and working with affiliated postdocs and graduate students.
The responsibilities include:
Applicants must include a resume that demonstrates educational accomplishments, coursework, and work experience. Provide a cover letter that includes contact information for at least one academic and/or work reference.
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