For a number of years, the Erikson Institute has offered an opportunity for undergraduate students to take part in a summer Research Internship Program. The focus of the internship is on research related to psychodynamic constructs. Start/end dates are negotiable to accommodate the applicant’s scholastic schedule. Weekly hours worked are flexible and can be determined per the applicant's availability.
Research Interns work on projects with members of Riggs clinical staff and under the overall supervision of the Research Psychologist. Projects may include research and inventory with archival medical materials; literature searches; writing scientific/medical research summaries; and data analysis. Interns may chose to work on several research projects or to commit to a single study. Interns may also be invited to present findings at professional meetings that encourage student involvement.
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Specific Questions About Intern Research Projects? Contact Katie Lewis, PhD, Research Psychologist at the Austen Riggs Center: email@example.com.