RALPH R. MILLER
Distinguished Professor of Psychology
Information processing in animals; emphasis on elementary, evolutionarily-derived, fundamentals of learning and memory that might be expected to generalize across species, including humans.
Contact R. R. Miller, S4-130, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 777-2291 (2-6:30 p.m.)
Types of Research Experiences Available
Learn to design, execute, and analyze studies of animal (rodents and humans) cognition and behavior in laboratory situations. The results of these experiments are often reported at professional conferences and/or published in scientific journals with students as coauthors.
Introductory Psychology. Corequisites: Psychology of Learning or Cognitive Psychology.
Approximately 11 hours/week and commitment of at least one year expected. The research frequently involves working over weekends. Option often available of full-time salaried position on NIH grant over the summer. Students with allergies or asthma are discouraged from applying.