Left: Andrea wins the 2018 Douglas & Katharine Fryer Fellowship for Best Dissertation!

Right: Tazmin wins the 2018 Doris Aaronson Award for Outstanding Departmental Research!


We are always looking for bright and committed people to join our research team! Here are some ways of getting involved in research at the NYU Infant Cognition and Communication Lab:

Graduate Applicants

For more information about graduate studies in Psychology at New York University please visit the NYU Psychology Programs page.

Research Assistants

RAs get first-hand experience in developmental research; they participate in laboratory research projects, schedule participants, run studies with infants and children, code data, and discuss current research and recently published papers at weekly lab meetings. Click here to download an RA application.

Honors Program

Students who already have research experience in developmental or cognitive research may contact Dr. Vouloumanos about working on specific projects through the honors program. Highly competitive undergraduate students may be eligible for funding through a Dean’s Undergraduate Research Fund (DURF) Grant.

Lab Course Credits

Students enrolled in a Psychology Major at NYU can fulfill their Core C laboratory requirement by enrolling in the two-semester Lab in Infant Cognition. Click here to download a lab course application form.


NICCL Team (Fall 2017)