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SEAL Study: The SEAL Study is a large 5-year randomized control trial looking to evaluate the impact of two home visiting interventions on low-income families in the Eugene-Springfield area. RAs involved in this project may be involved with participant recruitment, running study sessions with parents and infants, running fMRI visits with parents, and data management/organization.
IMPACT Measures Repository: The IMPACT Measures Repository is a large grant-funded project that aims to organize and categorize early childhood measures. RAs involved in this project may be involved in data management, data entry, and systematic organization of parent and child assessment measures.
Video Coding: SNAP Video Coding teams are involved with evaluating how parent-child interactions change in response to the FIND intervention over time. RAs involved in this project will learn specific behavioral coding schemes to evaluate parent and child behaviors during play.
Literature Review: Several of our post-doctoral and graduate students are looking for RAs to help out with systematic reviews and literature reviews in the coming year. RAs who join this project will learn how to organize and analyze academic literature relevant to specific topics of interest. (This option may be open to RAs who are also involved in other SNAP projects but are interested in gaining literature review experience)
EC PRISM Technical Assistance: EC PRISM Technical assistance works directly with early childhood community organizations to assist them in developing, implementing, and evaluating their programs. RAs involved in this project may be involved in reading academic publications, data organization, data entry, some statistical analysis, assisting on project work, amongst other tasks.