Interested in Getting Involved with BEES Studies?
The BEES lab group involves faculty and students from disciplines such as Human Development, Psychology, Nursing, Biology, and Education. The diversity of our group allows us to think about development (and how to study development) from multiple perspectives. Developmental processes are complex to say the least. Research teams reflective of diverse theoretical, conceptual and methodological frameworks are essential to address contemporary questions about child and family development. Students who participate as research assistants in our studies have a range of career goals. Our students want to be social workers, clinicians, psychologists, physicians, nurses, and educators.
Research Assistant Positions
Email Dr. Brophy-Herb with questions. We are expecting to begin a new coding project in Spring 2017 in which we will be examining mothers' and fathers' mind-mindedness and use of mental state language in play with toddlers.
BEES Lab Accepting New Graduate Students
Dr. Brophy-Herb is accepting new graduate students for Fall 2017. Take a look at our website and be sure to visit the website of the Department of Human Development and Family Studies to learn more about MSU and child development undergraduate and graduate programs. Please contact Dr. Brophy-Herb if you are interested in applying for graduate study.