Research Assistant

Attention: Undergraduates

group of RA undergraduates Students: Are you interested in working in the lab?

How to apply: Complete the RA application form and return it to us by email,, or you may deliver it to us in room A140. Each semester, applications are collected and interviews are scheduled for open positions. If selected, this is a P493/494 course and the requirement is 10 hours per week in the lab.

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Graduate Programs

Attention: Graduate Students

Students: Are you searching for a graduate school program that will fit your interest?

Graduate Programs: Graduate study in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Indiana University focuses on the excitement and challenges of scholarly work. The program is designed to combine a broad foundation and background in the science of psychology with extensive knowledge in specific areas within the discipline.

To find out more: Learn about the Graduate Programs being offered, the Graduate Courses and descriptions, as well as the requirements for Admission by visiting our Resource Center for Graduate Programs website.

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Training Program in Integrative Developmental Process

Attention: Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows

child in fMRI simulator Students: Are you interested in applying for a research traineeship in developmental process?

Training Program: This NICHHD training grant is focused on human development, particularly as it relates to cognitive, social, perceptual and motor development of infants and young children. The goal of this training program is to train scientists who can conduct programmatic and innovatiive research that integrates levels of analysis and that connects basic science to translational research.

To find out more: Learn more about the training faculty , their laboratories, and how to apply for a position on this training grant by going to the Training Program in Integrative Developmental Process website.

Note: Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents. If you have additional questions feel free to contact Charlotte Wozniak, or call 812-855-8256.

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Homeview Project

Attention: Seeking Postdoctoral Fellows and Taking Applications

view from child's head camera Background: Linda Smith, Chen Yu, and David Crandall are inviting applications for post-doctoral research fellowships at Indiana University. We are seeking ambitious young researchers to join us in the study of early visual environments and egocentric vision, especially as they relate to the development of visual object recognition and early object name learning. We have a collected over 500 hours of home head camera (and audio) data in infants from 3 weeks to 24 months to understand the statistical structure of natural visual environments and how they change with development. There are important open questions in low level and high level visual statistics, object name correspondences, and experiences of specific object categories such as faces, hands, people, and objects. Please see for recent work on this project.

mom holding child wearing head camera

Training Program: We have funds to hire two fellows who could define their own projects (including new data collection) depending on their area of expertise and interests. Applicants with interests in early object name learning, visual and perceptual development, the role of sensory-motor development in perception, visual object recognition, natural visual statistics, machine learning, machine vision and egocentric vision are invited to apply. Indiana University Bloomington provides a strong intellectual environment of collaboration across disciplines and applicants will receive substantive career mentoring and support for independent research and professional development. This postdoc position is for 2-3 years dependent on yearly evaluations.

To find out more: Learn more about the homeview project and recent publications by going to the Homeview Project webpage.

How to Apply: Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until filled. Please email: a cover letter including a 1-2 page statement of research interests, a CV and contact details for 3 referees. Reference letters may be requested for short-listed applicants. Please also attach up to 3 representative publications or manuscripts. Send applications to: Charlotte Wozniak, Please put Homeview/Egocentric Vision Post-docs in the subject line.

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