Training | Department of Psychology


Dr. Guillot is committed to enhancing all aspects of the professional development of his research assistants, potentially including theory conceptualization and hypothesis generation, research design and implementation, data collection and analysis, poster or paper presentation, and manuscript and grant preparation (depending on individual needs and motivational and developmental levels).

Dr. Guillot will be considering graduate student candidates for the 2023 admissions cycle (to begin their graduate studies in Fall 2024). If you are interested in applying to be mentored by Dr. Guillot and work with him as a graduate student research assistant in his lab, please say so in your Statement of Goals when applying to the Behavioral Science (BSci) PhD Program. The application process is detailed at

The annual deadline for applying to the Behavioral Science PhD Program to be admitted for the next academic year is December 1. If you have any questions or want to discuss the possibility of being accepted to the BSci Program as Dr. Guillot's graduate student mentee, you can contact Dr. Guillot through e-mail at

If you are an undergraduate student or have post-baccalaureate or post-graduate status and are interested in volunteering and training as a research assistant in Dr. Guillot's lab, please send an e-mail to for further info.