Graduate Students

The Ph.D. in Psychological Science program is designed to prepare and mentor students for research-oriented careers. Applicants who are highly motivated, possess strong writing and analytical skills, and are interested in the study of child and adolescent anxiety are encouraged to review the Montana State University's Graduate Program Application Process.

Learn more about the MSU Ph.D. in Psychological Science program by reviewing the program overview webpage.

Undergraduate Research Assistants

Undergraduate research assistants may apply to work in CAALM for PSYX 490 course credit or on a volunteer basis. We welcome students who are responsible, hard-working, and dedicated to helping children and families from our community. Students will have the opportunity to gain experience in multiple methods of data collection, entering and analyzing data, and working closely with children and parents. 

Requirements: We require a minimum overall GPA of 3.5 and a minimum commitment of at least 2 semesters. Students should plan to spend 6-9 hours per week involved in lab-related activities, including a required bi-weekly lab meeting. If you are interested in joining our team or have questions, please email the research staff at [email protected].

If you are interested in joining the CAALM team, please complete an online application. If you have any questions, contact the research staff at [email protected].