The research lab is located in the Social and Behavioral Sciences building at California State University, San Marcos.
For all general research lab inquiries, please contact the lab director at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For specific inquiries related to joining the lab, see the sections below.
Prospective M.A. graduate students:
Dr. Huynh will be reviewing graduate student applications to start the 2023-2024 academic year. In addition to following the instructions for applying to CSUSM (here), it is recommended that you also e-mail Dr. Huynh, outlining your research interests and a copy of your resume or CV.
Prospective undergraduate research assistants: Currently Seeking Applicants for Fall 2022
The research lab relies on dedicated and passionate undergraduate students and research assistants (RAs) for its everyday operations.
You will be running a variety of experiments, primarily investigating social psychological questions related to understanding culture, diversity, reasoning, and social change. As a research assistant, your duties may include scheduling and testing participants, designing study materials, conducting literature reviews, coding and organizing data, and other responsibilities. You do not need to have any previous research experiences, but you should have an interest in psychological science, be responsible, organized, responsive to emails, and work well with others. Most research assistants are expected to stay in the lab for at least 1 year and be able to attend weekly lab meetings (time to be determined each term). RAs must be able to commit at least 5-10 hours a week. In exchange, you may be eligible to get course credit (Psych 499) for participating and for your experience to count as a psych elective.
If you are interested in joining the lab as an undergraduate, please complete the following RA application form: Here