ARL 34 – Research Assistant, Individual Response to Immersive Technology

Project Name
Individual Response to Immersive Technology

Project Description
This project examines the role of individual characteristics (stable traits and transient states) that may influence response to immersive technologies such as virtual reality and virtual environments. The project examines these effects in the context of spatial learning and navigation tasks.

Job Description
Intern will score and/or analyze existing data to uncover relationships among individual traits, states, immersive technology, and performance on a the tasks. Intern may also be involved in ongoing related research activities.

Preferred Skills
– Statistical analysis
– Knowledge of Matlab or similar programs a plus
– Interest in psychology, virtual reality, and/or learning technology

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