Dr. Jeffrey Stevens (Department of Psychology, Center for Brain, Biology, and Behavior) and Dr. Leen-Kiat Soh (Department of Computer Science and Engineering) are looking for undergraduate research assistants to help analyze data for a National Science Foundation funded project on human decision making. An NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduate supplement will pay a stipend to two undergraduates to help on this project in Fall 2014 and Spring 2015. This project involves both using decision trees to categorize an existing set of behavioral data and developing further experiments to collect and analyze more data. In addition to conducting research, the assistants are expected to meet weekly with Drs. Stevens and Soh to discuss the project. We are looking for students interested in cognitive science or the interface between computer science and human psychology. Experience in machine learning or data mining is desired but not required. If interested in this position, please contact Dr. Stevens at email@example.com.