Current Research Assistants
Natascha Swischuk is a junior at Stetson University. She is majoring in Psychology and minoring in German and Anthropology. She is the President of Stetson Work Study Audio Technicians (SWAT) and is the current Academic Development Chair of Delta Delta Delta. She is planning on attending graduate school after she graduates. She is also a certified 200 hour vinyasa yoga instructor.
Erin Lamich is a senior student at Stetson University. She is finishing up a degree in psychology as well as a minor in religious studies and plans to graduate in May 2017. While at Stetson, she has been an active member of the Club Sport Equestrian team, participating in competitions around the state. She has also been on the executive board for her sorority, Alpha Chi Omega, as the recruitment chair her senior year. She was born and raised in a suburb of Baltimore, Maryland, but hopes to stay in the Sunshine State for graduate studies. She is currently interested in continuing to study psychology and earning a Masters in Mental Health Counseling.
Erin Kelly is a senior at Stetson University and will graduate in May of 2017 with a Bachelor of Art in psychology. She is on the executive board of Psi Chi, the international honor society in psychology, as well as the executive board for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life committee. Erin is a peer health mentor at Stetson’s Wellness & Recreation Center, and a lab assistant for the Information Technology department. She plans to attend law school after graduation, as she aspires to practice criminal law.
Cassidy Campbell is a sophomore at Stetson University and is pursuing a double major in Psychology and Spanish. She is involved with many clubs on campus, such as Hatters on the Run, Stetson Coalition of Musical Performers, and is a member of Alpha Xi Delta fraternity. This semester she was inducted in the Phi Eta Sigma honor society. After graduation, she plans to pursue a doctoral degree in clinical psychology and hopes to work with kids.
Paige Kemp is currently a junior at Stetson University. She is majoring in Psychology and minoring in Management and Sociology. She is an international student from Essex, England and is a member of the Women’s Golf Team. She is the first golfer in Stetson History to win the Dennis Rose Invitational tournament in the State of Hawaii. On campus, she is actively involved in the Stetson community, as she is a representative of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, is enrolled in the Leadership Academy and is a member of Psi Chi. After graduating, she is interested in staying in the United States to pursue a master's degree in Industrial Psychology.
Future Research Assistants
I have finished recruiting research assistants for the Fall 2016 semester, but I am always accepting applications for future semesters. Students who work as RAs in the lab will gain invaluable experience that will prepare you for graduate work in research psychology or a career in many different fields involving research, data analysis, and writing. As a research assistant you will be responsible for running participants through eye-tracking and other cognitive tasks and will have the option to gain further experience in data analysis and interpretation, writing manuscripts, presenting posters, and/or designing and conducting your own research projects. No prior experience with eye-tracking is necessary, and all students are encouraged to apply. Please complete the application below and return it to me via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or in person at Flagler Hall 320.
Former Research Assistants
Fatima Ramis (Fall 2016)