Department of Psychology

Clinical Psychology Research Center


Thank you for your interest!

At this time we are only accepting applicants in their Sophomore or Junior year.

Benefits include:

  1. research mentoring by a team of Clinical and Counseling Psychologists with diverse interests

  2. experience administering and scoring clinical instruments

  3. experience with data collection from clinical populations

  4. possible opportunities for presentations and publications

  5. letter of recommendation composed and signed by all principal investigators to support your graduate or job application

To apply, submit the following information and materials to

Dr. Hatchard at

  1. name and student ID number

  2. year in college (e.g. Junior, Senior)

  3. Career goals

  4. Area(s) of research interest

  5. why you are interested in joining our team

  6. CV or Resume

  7. Final Paper from PY320 and/or PY220

  8. If you are interested in course credit for lab work

We may contact you for an interview

The mission of the Clinical Psychology Research Center is to conduct innovative, ethical research and engage in scholarly activities to contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the field of Clinical Psychology and its role as an interdisciplinary and applied science. We strive to create a collaborative and supportive environment for all members of the team and to provide  exemplary mentoring to undergraduate research assistants to prepare them for graduate study and professional careers.

Mission Statement

We are located in E-6 on the ground level of Edison Hall

Click here to learn more about the team.

Our Team


Dr. Christine Hatchard

Principal INvestigator

Dr. Jamie Goodwin

Research assistants

Lauren Muniz, MS

Louise Moss

Amanda Aynes

Lauren Horner

Kathleen Piccoli

Amanda Salerno

Brianna Snyder


Research Areas

Dr. hatchard

  1. Trauma

  2. Racial Identity

  3. Personality Assessment

  4. Forensic Psychology

  5. Eating Disorders

Dr. Goodwin

  1. Internet Fandom

  2. Relational Aggression