Join the Lab!
Are you a CSU undergraduate and interested in working with us?
Opportunities are available for suitably qualified undergraduates who are interested in gaining research experience in the Spatial Cognition and Navigation Lab. You can work as a research assistant in one of the ongoing projects or test your own ideas under Dr. Yamamoto's supervision. Arrangements can also be made for your independent study (PSY 396) or honors project. If you are interested in one or more of these opportunities, please feel free to contact Dr. Yamamoto.
Do you consider pursuing a graduate degree (M.A. or Ph.D.) in psychology at CSU?
Dr. Yamamoto participates in Experimental Research Program (M.A.) and Adult Development and Aging Program (Ph.D.) in the Department of Psychology. If you are preparing to apply for one of these programs, and are interested in joining the Spatial Cognition and Navigation Lab, you are encouraged to contact Dr. Yamamoto before submitting your application.