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Hi, I am an expected May 2019 BA grad in psychology from a well-regarded SLAC. So, I intend to apply to graduate school after a year or so of work as an RA or Lab Manager (more experience, maturation, refine research interests). What is the timeline for applying to these jobs? I'm looking for any insight or anecdotes into how others got RA/Lab Manager positions--especially in labs/universities outside of your undergraduate institution (again, timeline, mode of contact, attaching CV, contact current position holders or faculty director, etc.). I imagine many jobs open up in the spring as current RAs and Lab Managers make their graduate school decisions. I have been seeing some postings, though they seem to be calling for immediate start-dates. If we want to get specific(-ish), I am interested in cognitive psychology labs, particularly those that investigate perception and are guided by an ecological psychology philosophy. I am also interested in general psychology post-bacc research/student position resources. I am aware of MIT's and also of UPitt's Hot Metal Bridge.
Hi you guys, I'm preparing for the next year cos the application results are not ideal. I want to continue doing research to accumulate experience, but at the same time, I have to work to support myself. So I'm thinking about full time or part time lab manager or RA position. But I don't know where I can find relevant information.