Carnegie Mellon University

Infant Language and Learning Lab

The Infant Language and Learning Lab is looking for new research assistants.  The ILLL studies how babies and adults learn, use, and respond to language.  We are looking for students who are  responsible, motivated, and have a track record of academic excellence who are available to work approximately 9 hours/week. Research assistants will receive course credit for their work, and have an opportunity to learn how to recruit and test infants, as well as a variety of other experimental skills.  If you are interested, you can learn more about the research going on in the lab, and can fill out the application form and return it to Erik Thiessen.