Summer intern, Infant and Toddler Development Project at Tulane

The Infant and Toddler Development Project ( directed by Dr. Jeffrey Lockman has an opening for a summer intern to assist and conduct research on perceptual and motor development in infants and children from approximately June 1 to the end of August. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: subject recruitment, data coding and analysis, and the running of participants in the lab and at local daycare and community centers. This position is a great opportunity for individuals looking to gain research experience and to expand their knowledge in the fields of infant and child cognition.


This internship is unpaid and requires a minimum of 30 hours of work per week. Qualified candidates should hold or be in pursuit of a degree in Psychology or a related field. Coursework in Developmental Psychology is preferred. Individuals should possess excellent organizational and interpersonal skills, and experience working with children and families, preferably in a research setting. Experience with statistical and behavioral coding software is a plus.


To apply, please send your resume and cover letter describing your interests and experiences to Emily Lewis ( with the subject line: Research Intern Position.