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Be an Undergraduate RA

As an RA, some opportunities that may be available to you include data entry, project development and execution, data analysis (using SPSS, Matlab, etc.) of behavioral, cognitive, and neuroimaging data, and clinical assessment of healthy groups. Please see our list of ongoing studies for projects that may be available to assist in.

We expect RAs to commit to 10 hours per week, including a mandatory 1-hr lab meeting at 5pm on Mondays.

Please fill out our online application and we will get back to you regarding position availability as soon as possible! For questions, contact iubccnc@indiana.edu.

Be a Graduate Student

Dr. Hetrick is currently accepting graduate students for the Fall 2019 academic year. 

For information on IU's psychology graduate program, visit http://psych.indiana.edu/grad_programs.php. To learn more about the application or apply, please visit http://www.graduate.indiana.edu/admissions/apply.shtml

If you have questions about the CCNC, mentorship, or advising please contact Dr. Hetrick or the graduate students.

If you are an IU student and would like more information on graduate programs/advanced education, professional development, and careers in psychology, please self-enroll in this Canvas site https://iu.instructure.com/enroll/EJMD97.

Participate in a Research Study

For information on research studies that are currently open, please see our Research Page. This page will provide you with information on studies that are currently recruiting participants and details on what the study is, who we are looking for, where the study will take place, and contact information.

Other Resources

Treatment

The CCNC does not provide treatment for schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, or other psychological conditions. Please reach out to the following resources for help with treatment.

Self-Harm, Suicide, and Emergencies

For self-harm or suicide, please contact the following resources:

For emergencies, please contact 911.