Student research opportunities include: 

  • participant testing
  • contributing to research design
  • experiment programming
  • coding data
  • pre and post processing of behavioral & neuroimaging data
  • data analysis & inference
  • dissemination of findings
  • Along with traditional research responsibilities, members of the Lab also participate in brown bag lab meetings to discuss and review recent relevant research articles.

Graduate Students. 

Please review graduate student expectations and email Dr. Sandry directly to set up a meeting to discuss shared interests. Please include a recent copy of your resume and a brief overview of your research experience. 

See requirements for the clinical Ph.D. program.

Undergraduate Students. 

  • 3.5 or higher GPA (including MSU & prior institutions)
  • Grade of A in Introduction to Psychological Research (PSYC 203)
  • Grade of A in Introduction to Statistical Methods in Psychology (PSYC 220)
  • Grade of A or currently taking Experimental Psychology (PSYC 301)
  • Available to work in the lab for at least 10 hours per week for 2 consecutive semesters
  • Experience or interest with computer programming is helpful but not required

If you are interested in joining the lab, please fill out the application.

Testing & data analysis software: 

  • Neuropsychological tests
  • e-prime
  • Inquisit
  • NIH Toolbox
  • Matlab/Octave/Psychtoolbox
  • Qualtrics
  • Python
  • freesurfer 
  • FSL
  • R

Lab Location: Dickson Hall Room 285


Dickson Hall Room 285

Montclair State University 

1 Normal Ave • Montclair, NJ 07043

(973) 655 - 2058