Kids wanted to participate in Brown University study

[ 1 ] February 16, 2009 |

Request by Professor David Sobel

Research in the Causality and Mind Lab at Brown University

What are kids thinking?
(We’re trying to find out)

The Causality and Mind Lab at Brown University is running a series of research studies about young children’s understanding of pretending, cause and effect, and learning. We are looking for children between the ages of 3 and 6 to visit our lab on the Brown campus and play some games with our friendly and experienced staff. Testing usually consists of one session that takes between 20 and 30 minutes

Testing is ongoing, and we can work with your schedule.

If you’d like your child to have a fun and interesting experience, and to contribute to the study of child development, please call (401)-863-3527 or e-mail causalitylab@brown.edu
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All research is designed and overseen by Professor David Sobel:
phone: (401) 863-3038
e-mail: Dave_Sobel@brown.edu
http://titan.cog.brown.edu/~sobel

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  1. sarah says:

    my child did this at/with her school and said it was lots of fun.

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