The Consumer Behavior Lab is run by Dr. Rebecca Chae and Dr. Rafay Siddiqui in the Marketing Department. There are a number of ongoing projects related to time perception, goals and motivation, the impact of technology on consumers, and consumer judgment and decision-making. Most projects will involve running behavioral experiments. Depending on interests and skill sets, research assistants will engage in a variety of research activities, including conducting literature reviews, cleaning and analyzing data, designing experiment stimuli, doing some fieldwork, and managing lab experiments. Applicants who can make one-year commitments (i.e., three quarters) will be strongly preferred.