The Mood and Cognition Lab is particularly well suited for those interested in a career in academia and research in university and medical research settings. Graduate students gain experience in administering diagnostic interviews with adolescents and adults (i.e., K-SADS, SADS-L, and SADS-C), as well as semi-structured life stress interviews. Opportunities exist to explore a variety of interests, including those relating to cognitive vulnerability, emotion regulation, and reward sensitivity. Collaboration between graduate students on grant-related and independent projects is common.
Dr. Alloy is currently accepting Fall 2020 graduate student applications for the Clinical Psychology area in the Psychology Department. More information on how to apply can be found here.