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Child Cognition Lab Recruiting Participants for Research

Child Cognition Lab, Department of Psychology
May 9, 2017

Did you know?

  • By 2 months, infants recognize their own name.
  • By 6 months, infants understand many words like hands, feet, mommy, and daddy.
  • That naps are still important for helping your 3-year-old remember, even if they no longer nap.
  • That talking a lot to your child as a baby translates into better language skills in preschool and beyond.

The Child Cognition Lab brings these important discoveries to you courtesy of science. Please consider volunteering 30 or 60 minutes of your time to participate in our studies with your child!

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