Club Early Childhood Development

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Club Early Childhood Development

Postby NTU Baby Lab » Tue Jan 19, 2016 11:43 pm

Hi everyone!

We are the Early Cognition Lab from Nanyang Technological University! We are curious researchers who ask questions about children. Some questions we ask include: Do children hold abstract expectations about how people should behave in social situations? How and when do children peform prosocial behaviors such as helping, cooperating, and sharing? Our goal is to contribute to a public knowledge pool about infant and child development.

We conduct different studies for a range of ages and registration for these studies is currently open! Our studies are child friendly & parents get to witness first-hand how research is conducted. For more details, check out our website at http://sgbabylab.com/ If interested to sign up with us or to keep abreast of early childhood research in Singapore, don't hesitate to reply to this post or drop us a friendly email! (babylab@ntu.edu.sg)

Also feel free to add to the discussion! What are some research findings you have read and what are your thoughts? What do you want to know more about in the field of child development? Would you be interested in an e-newsletter that contains updates of our studies/publications & simplified research content?

Thank you! Looking forward to your replies :smile:

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Re: Club Early Childhood Development

Postby NTU Baby Lab » Mon Jul 04, 2016 11:57 am

Do you ever wonder what your baby is thinking about? That’s what we’ll like to find out! The Early Cognition Lab at KidsSTOP™ is recruiting babies and young children for our studies! We ask questions like, “Do babies have a sense of fairness?”, and “Do babies think you should help someone in need?”

Each session lasts about 30 minutes and involves getting your child to watch videos of people interacting or playing on a tablet. After the session, parents and child get to enjoy exciting and educational play facilities at KidsSTOP, free-of-charge! Welcome to KidsSTOP? | KidsSTOP?

Registration for 2 of our studies is currently open!
1. Eye-tracking studies (12-33 months old)
2. Face processing studies (4-7 years old)
Days: Any Fri afternoon/Sat/Sun*

To sign up or for further inquiries, contact us at babylab@ntu.edu.sg. For more information, check out our website at | Early Cognition Laboratory.

Thank you! We look forward to your replies:)

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