Graduate student info

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Prospective Graduate Students

Our lab is looking for enthusiastic and intelligent new graduate students who want to join us in investigating the development of basic and higher-order cognitive processing (e.g., learning, memory, executive functions) during infancy and early childhood. Ideal candidates are students who are interested in studying cognition, working with infants/children, and have research experience. Students will help collect data and present current data at 2-3 conferences each year.

Lauren presenting poster

Dr. Cuevas will be considering new students for entry into the Developmental Psychology graduate program in Fall 2018. If you are interested in joining our lab, please email Dr. Cuevas at kimberly.cuevas@uconn.edu.

If you are interested in doctoral study in the field of Developmental Psychology in general or Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience in particular, please look at the UConn Developmental Psychology PhD program . Our program is committed to training students as research-oriented psychologists. Your graduate research in cognitive development will be complimented by a strong graduate training program.