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Prof in Dept of Speech, Language & Hearing Seeking Help with Programs for Data Collection

Dr. Natalya Kaganovich is looking for a responsible undergraduate or graduate CS student to write code for upcoming experiments.   The project is expected to take about 40 hours.  

 

Responsibilities include the following:

  • Use Presentation software for script creation (here is the website: https://www.neurobs.com/ ). This software is based on a combination of various programming languages, with some commands being unique. However, it is very well documented and help is available online through user forums. A separate license may be provided so that you can work at home at your own convenience, if preferred. Alternatively, a computer in Dr. Kaganovich’s lab can be used for coding and testing.
  • Create a script to run an experiment with specified characteristics (several scripts are already available from previous studies and can be used as a foundation for new ones).
  • Work closely with Dr Kaganovich and her lab during the troubleshooting period to make sure that the timing of all events is precise.
  • Based on previous studies, these tasks should take approximately 40 hours or less, depending on the student’s skill level.

Compensation:

  • $15/hour, including the time needed for the learning of the program.
  • The student will receive a letter of recommendation, if needed.
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Contact:

If interested, please contact Jennifer Schumaker at jschumak@purdue.edu

Dr. Kaganovich is an Associate Professor in the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences.

Ms. Schumaker is a research associate in the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences

 

 

Last Updated: Oct 14, 2020 10:27 AM

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