If you are interested in working in the lab …
as an undergraduate – We welcome applications from Honours students and those interested in pursuing Directed Studies projects with our group. We often have paid research assistant positions available for students with previous psychology research experience. Students who are just getting started in psychology research should talk to us about volunteering. To discuss becoming involved, please complete the Online Contact Form.
as a graduate student – Graduate students are the heart of our research team. Historically, most students involved with the lab have been enrolled in the Clinical Psychology Programme at UBC, but we have also had students in other disciplines.
We welcome applications from students with a strong interest in research on hoarding, excellent undergraduate academic performance, and several years of research experience in psychology or a related discipline with evidence of increasing independence over time. Information about the UBC clinical psychology programme and application procedures are available on the Psychology Department home page.
We are also actively seeking an interdisciplinary graduate student who is interested in housing and hoarding from a sociological and psychological perspective through the Interdisciplinary Studies Graduate Program at UBC. Applicants interested in this option should contact Drs. Woody and Lauster.