March 25, 2010

Language Development Study Needs Infant Participants

Studies in the Language Development Lab explore how infants learn to understand speech. For this study, we are interested in how 1-year‐old infants learn to understand references to absent things.

During the study a researcher will talk to your baby about toys when they are present and absent. The study involves a one‐time visit of about an hour to our playroom on the Vanderbilt campus (Peabody College).

Participants needed: Babies age 11 months, 10 days to 12 months, 20 days
Compensation: Children receive a toy or a book for taking part
Visits: 1
Contact: Language Development Lab at 343‐8721 or e-mail Maria Osina at maria.a.osina@vanderbilt.edu.