This chapter is the first Psi Chi chapter in Canada, and our mandate is to provide our members with opportunities to earn grants and awards, connect with others who are involved in the psychological community, and get access to tips and resources that can help them study better and get accepted to grad school. Please explore our site to learn more about what Psi Chi is about, how to join, and why you can benefit by becoming a member.
Psi Chi will be hosting a jeopardy event for Psych 210 students to help them prepare for upcoming exams. The events will be from 6:30-7:30 on:
and will be hosted in Cornett B107.
1. Research assistants in our lab start out as volunteers. If everything is going well after they have volunteered for 50 hours, then they receive an honorarium and start getting paid minimum wage. From time to time we also have short-term paid positions available. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in becoming a volunteer or acquiring a paid position.
2. Our research tends to focus on the following:
• How social situations reveal aspects of personality
1. Volunteer Position
2. Act as a confederate in an eyewitness memory study.
3. Confederates need to be women with at least shoulder-length dark blond, or brown hair.
4. Minimum: 6 hours/week
5. The person needs to have some acting ability.
6. Please email email@example.com stating your interest in obtaining a position as a volunteer confederate in this lab.
Volunteer Position/Work Study
1. There are 1-2 volunteer RA positions available; there may be work study opportunities available with experience in the future
2. The main focus of the lab is studying self-regulation of attention, emotion, and awareness. We study this through focusing on the effects of meditation practice on brain-behaviour function, and how meditation impacts clinical populations with neurological impairments (ie. Older adults with cognitive decline)
1. Volunteer RA position- demonstration of commitment can lead to further research opportunities (ie/PSYC 390)
2. We are a brainwave lab that studies cognitive control and reinforcement learning. More information can be found at http://web.uvic.ca/~lccl/
3. RAs would assist in conducting brainwave experiments. i.e./preparation of the equipment and participant for an EEG experiment and collecting data
4. Strong time-management skills and punctuality are essential. You will be trained in the lab
1. Volunteer RA positions available, with the opportunity for paid positions with experience
2. The main focus area is the relationship between perception and action. More information can be found at: http://web.uvic.ca/~dbub
3. The RA duties include the preparation and running of experiments under the supervision of the lab co-ordinator (Marie Jedynak)
4. RAs typically commit to 10 hours per week
5. The lab is an excellent opportunity for students to obtain research experience in a supportive environment
Volunteer Research Assistant Opportunity:
The Positive and Eudaimonic Psychology Lab (Directed by Dr. Fred Grouzet) is looking for both volunteers and paid employees.
Testing websites and surveys
More information can be found here: PEP Lab
Interprofessional Mental Health and Addictions Post-Degree Diploma
Camosun College has developed a post-degree diploma in mental health and addictions that may be of interest to students in psychology who want to work in the field but do not have the clinical experience and qualifications to do so. IMHA was developed in collaboration with Vancouver Island Health Authority. The program prepares students to engage in assessment, planning, treatment and evaluation of youth and adults experiencing acute, persistent, and/or co-occurring mental health and addiction challenges.