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Our research depends on the voluntary participation of local parents and their kids. Check below for information on current recruitment efforts. Thanks so much for your interest!
• Volunteers click here for instructions and directions to the lab •
• Does your child have typically developing language abilities?
• Is English the primary language spoken in your household?
The research study takes place at Brown University, where we will engage your child in a speaking game. Your child would stay with you the whole time.
We will record your and your child’s speech, and ask you to fill out a form regarding the words that your child typically says and the languages spoken at home.
The session will last about half an hour. We provide parking in a lot close to the lab, and your child will get a free t-shirt!
If you are interested in participating, please contact Melanie or Karen by phone at (401) 863-2410.
You can also e-mail us at melanie_cabral[at]brown[dot]edu or brown[dot]childlanguagelab[at]brown[dot]edu
Thank you very much!
This is part of an NIH-sponsored study to explore aspects of children’s language development.
Please contact Prof. Katherine Demuth if you have any questions:
Updated: January 2010