Our lab celebrates curiosity, encourages collaboration, and cultivates both intellectual playfulness and rigor.
We work to create an environment that is inclusive and anti-racist — a lab where people can thrive, regardless of background, identity, or ability. That includes Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, first-generation college students, women, LGBTQ+ folk, people with disabilities, people from any country and with any immigration status, people belonging to groups that have been historically underrepresented in academia or cognitive science, and everybody else.
Every semester we typically have openings for undergraduate students to join the lab as Research Assistants. No prior research experience is required. RAs can volunteer or participate in return for course credit; they may also be eligible for Federal Work Study.
If you're interested in gaining experience as a Research Assistant, please reach out to Prof. Tyler Marghetis by email.
We accept graduate students through the Department of Cognitive and Information Sciences.
Potential applicants are encouraged to contact Tyler by email. Please include a brief description of yourself and your research interests, and attach your CV or resume.
While we do not currently have funding for postdoctoral scholars, interested researchers are encouraged to contact Prof. Tyler Marghetis by email to discuss possibilities.