Children Needed to Participate in Research on Music and Language

Professor Felix Wang’s Language Development Lab at UNLV is seeking families with infants 6-9 and 12-24 months and children ages 2-5 years old to participate in research studies that investigate how we learn about music and language as we develop. During infant studies, we will videotape your baby as he/she sits on your lab and watches videos with different types of language sounds. In our child research, children play a computer game where they make judgments based on the sounds they hear. We are looking for typically developing children with no history of neurological or mental health disorders, developmental delays, or hearing impairments. All studies typically take no more than 30 minutes. Participants will receive monetary compensation or gift, and parking will be reimbursed. If you are interested or would like more information, please email us. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Protocol: 1319358, Studying language and cognition in development

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