BabyLab for the students
Do you want to pursue your thesis with us? What about an internship? This is the right place for you!
The BayLab staff is composed by professors of the Bachelor and Master degrees at the University G. d’Annunzio Chieti-Pescara
Here you can find enrolment indications:
The Bachelor course https://www.disputer.unich.it/cdl-scienze-e-tecniche-psicologiche
The Master course https://psicologia.unich.it
How can I join the Lab?
Bachelor and Master thesis
If you are a student you can conduct your thesis at our lab. You can follow part of our research projects, code and analyse data from the several topics we study at BabyLab.
Get in touch with the professor you would like to work with. For an experimental thesis we suggest you to contact us before the end of the first semester of the second year of your Master course. International students coming from other universities are welcome!
At the BabyLab you can attend the semester or full year of post-graduate internship. During the internship you will actively participate in ongoing research projects, you will interact with the researchers and collaborators of the laboratory, but also with children and parents who participate in our activities. It will be an opportunity to learn different assessment tools of developmental psychology, learn to work in research, but above all to develop and enhance relational, analytical and observational skills that will be useful to you in your professional career. Contact us for more information, book your internship place in time.
Professors and researchers are part of the PhD course in Business and Behavioural Sciences. This is a multidisciplinary PhD course including both psychology and economic perspectives. For more info contact us and have a look at the website www.bbs.unich.it
BabyLab on Facebook
BabyLab organizes periodically meetings with several professional figures working in several psychological fields. Meetings are free, online, and open to all the students. Follow our Facebook page BabyLabCH to be updated about our activities