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Lab Overview

Located in the School of Psychology at the Georgia Institute of Technology, the Problem Solving and Educational Technology (PSET) Lab brings together a diverse group of faculty and students interested in an equally diverse range of topics. Students in the PSET Lab, under the direction of Dr. Richard Catrambone, are currently examining a range of problem solving and human-computer interaction issues.

Research Opportunities

Graduate

If you have research interests that are related to the ongoing research projects in the PSET lab, please e-mail Dr. Catrambone to discuss possible opportunities.

Undergraduates

The PSET is currently accepting applications to work in the lab. Responsibilities might include: running participants in experiments, data collection, and data analyses. Undergraduates receive class credit for their work. If you are interested, please email the lab manager.

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