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Action Anticipation in Children — $20 and a toy

In this study, we are studying young children’s ability to make predictions by…


Action Anticipation in Children
At the Infant Learning and Development Laboratory at the University of Chicago, we are interested in how infants and young children reason about the world, how they learn from their interactions with other people and how they learn from their explorations of objects. Through our research, we hope to better understand children’s early reasoning, and how that thinking changes as they grow older, in order to paint a clearer picture of development for scientists, parents and educators. In today’s study, we are studying young children’s ability to make predictions by using an eye tracking procedure and/or by playing games. The entire study will last no more than 60 minutes. We are looking for children between the ages of 6 months and 26 months. We provide free parking, and you can bring other siblings with you to the study.

Compensation

You will be given $20.00 as a reimbursement for your travel expenses, and a small thank you gift for your child

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