This position is for an individual to assist in the conduct of research studies including subject recruitment, collection of study data, conducting observations in school and community settings of participants’ behavior, assisting the principal investigator with data management, and ensuring all studies are implemented consistent with study protocol. Most studies will be working with individuals with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and study participants will range in age from childhood to early adulthood.
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Experience implementing behavioral interventions with children with ADHD; Master’s degree
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