In this study, we are trying to see how babies react to pictures on a computer screen and to small objects that are placed in their hands.
How can you help?
If you have a healthy child between the ages of 11 and 13 months, your child may be eligible to participate – see the Study Details tab to learn more. If you are interested in volunteering, please click the Contact Form tab above or contact us directly by email or phone (848-445-6091).
Title of Study: Neurodevelopmental measures for attention research among infants and young children.
Principal Investigator: Nancy Fiedler, PhD
Purpose: To develop tests of attention and memory for young children
Who Participates: Up to 25 healthy children between the ages of 11 and 13 months
Study Procedures: Parents are screened for eligibility of their children over the phone. This screening takes about 15 minutes. If the child is eligible, an appointment will be made for the first testing session. During the session, the child will be seated in a high chair and the parent will be seated next to him/her. The child will face a computer screen where images (like faces, toys, or abstract figures) appear. The child will also be given small objects to hold. During the testing, the child will be videorecorded so that researchers can score his/her eye movements. The session should take about 1 hour. The same activities will be done 4 months later, at the second session.
Compensation: $25 for each study visit.
Or for more information you may contact Dr. Nancy Fiedler
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