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Infant Research Study - Dr. Nicole Martin

The infancy lab at KSU focuses on the study of rapid developmental changes in babies and in parent-child interaction. Our research, however, would be not be possible without the cooperation of the community. And so, we are appealing to you for assistance by participating with your children in some of our on-going projects. We are typically running at least one formal study at any given time. There are usually fairly specific things that we look for in the subjects we recruit for each study (for example, babies within a particular age range, or with a certain level of crawling experience). Most studies take one hour or less. This time includes filling out forms, a warm-up play time for your baby, and actual testing time. Some studies are done stricitly through the mail. Participation in our studies usually involves a single visit of 30-50 minutes to our research lab located on campus. Appointments are available based on your availability from Monday to Saturday from 8 am to 6 pm. http://www.wix.com/infantstudieslab/adoptionwebsite


Posted: November 18, 2011