Interested in learning about your toddler’s development? Curious about their language skills? Toddlers, ages 10 – 35 months, wanted for a Language Research Study!

Participate in Research

Purpose: This study evaluates how toddlers learn and understand spoken words and sounds.

What you do: Toddlers will learn the names of silly “creatures”. They will then play a computer game with the silly creatures while their eye movements are tracked by a camera placed on a table in front of
them.

Time commitment: Approximately 2 hours over the course of 2 – 3 sessions.

Who can participate: Typically developing and language delayed toddlers, ages 10 – 35 months.

Where: Sessions can take place where your child is most comfortable (e.g., your home, library, child’s daycare).

Your family will receive $20 and small toy as a thank you for participating. You will also receive a written report of the developmental findings.

For more information contact: Elizabeth Simmons, M.S., CCC-SLP
elizabeth.a.simmons@uconn.edu

This research is conducted under the direction of Dr. James Magnuson, Psychological Sciences, University of Connecticut