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STUDENT HELPER

 

Requirements:

  • Undergraduate students from CUHK

  • Preferably have a background in psychology, or other Social Sciences;

  • Native Cantonese speaker with proficiency in English;

  • Interest in research or future plan to go for research study;

  • Preferably with experience collecting behavioral data and knowledge of statistics;

  • Responsible and detail-oriented.


Responsibilities:

  • Data collection

  • ​Assist in data management

  • Administrative tasks


If you are interested in this position, please email us at yyhong.culturelab@gmail.com.

Research Assistant

The Department of Management is seeking applicantions for a Research Assistant position. We are looking for applicants who have strong analytical skills in statistics.

 

The appointee will be supervised by Professor Ying-yi Hong (www.bschool.cuhk.edu.hk/staff/hong-ying-yi/) to investigate the impacts of culture on decision-making, identity, and intergroup relations. Information about our research and lab activity is available on the Culture Lab website (www.yingyihong.org).

 

Applicants should have (i) a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Business, or other social sciences disciplines; (ii) strong Chinese and English communication skills; (iii) knowledge of statistical analyses (including latent profile analysis, multi-level analysis, time-series analysis etc.); and (iv) proficiency in using statistical software such as SPSS, R, etc. Knowledge of DirectRT or E-prime is preferred.

 

Duties include (a) analyzing datasets from experiments, surveys, and longitudinal and multi-countries studies; (b) data processing; and/or (c) other related research work.

 

Appointment will initially be made on contract basis for one year, renewable subject to mutual agreement.

 

Interested applicants should submit their application materials, CV and samples of research papers in the CUHK human resources application system (Job number: 220002RM). Review of applications will start at the end of November and continue until the position is filled.

 

If you have questions, please contact Ms. Gemma Wong via email at gemmawong@cuhk.edu.hk

Post Doctoral Fellow
Applications are currently closed
Prospective PH.D. Student
Please refer to Prof. Hong's faculty page and program page: under the Department of Management or under the Department of Psychology for details. Please email Prof. Hong directly at yyhong@baf.cuhk.edu.hk if you have any questions.