The UC Berkeley Language and Cognitive Development Lab, directed by Dr. Mahesh Srinivasan, is accepting applications for Ph.D students entering in the fall of 2017. Our lab’s research broadly focuses on how linguistic, cognitive and social abilities develop and interact in early childhood (more specific research projects and papers can be found at our website). Applicants should have an undergraduate degree in psychology, linguistics, or cognitive science. Prior research experience and coursework in these areas is preferred.
The Language and Cognitive Development Lab is part of the Institute for Human Development, which also houses other developmental labs in the psychology department, including labs directed by Professors Silvia Bunge, Alison Gopnik and Fei Xu. UC Berkeley Ph.D. students receive a comprehensive education in developmental science and research.
Prospective students can learn more about our lab and access previous research articles here. Interested applicants should apply through the Department of Psychology, and can email Professor Srinivasan at email@example.com for more information. The deadline for receiving applications is November 19th.
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