RA for research and theoretical writing projects – S. McIntyre [work study]
Location: Keene, NH
Antioch Univ New England
Start Date: 8/28/21
End Date: 5/6/22
Number of Positions: 1
Hours per Week: 5
Weekends Required: flexible
Evenings Required: flexible
Supervisor: Shannon McIntyre
This position allows for remote work Yes/No: Yes
Percentage of time that could be remote (0-100%): up to 100%
Method to assess remote work: Broadly, I am looking for a Research Assistant (RA) to help with a number of research and theoretical writing projects that are currently in progress. Outcomes will be determined by the number of articles the RA uncovers the number, quality, and timeliness of the annotated bibliographies the RA produces. Time could also be allocated to constructing a new database for an emerging study on therapist effects.
Broadly, the Research Assistant to help with a number of projects that are currently in progress. First, I am working with a research database that was compiled by the Program for Psychotherapy at Cambridge Health Alliance/HMS, and includes self-report information about patients in that program. For a total of approximately 1 hour per week, a research assistant would be conducting literature searches on information related to that data. Secondly, there are a number of ongoing theoretical projects that I am working on related to clinical psychology and psychoanalytic psychology. For a total of approximately 2 hours per week, a Research Assistant would also be conducting literature searches, related to these projects. Additional time may be allocated to new studies that emerge through my work as Research Coordinator of Antioch Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology (ASPP); in which case, there would be additional opportunities to construct new databases. For approximately 30 minutes to 1 hour per week, the Research Assistant and I will meet in order to review findings of their literature searches and annotated bibliographies, and to discuss any of their questions or concerns. This will offer an RA an opportunity to consult on potential any dissertation or research-oriented ideas that emerge through their work.
Any student with an interest in clinical psychology, and specifically, the qualities of the therapist that makes them effective.
How to Apply: All forms sent by Catherine Peterson should be completed by the student.
Email: [email protected]
Position Type: Work Study
Department: Clinical Psychology
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