Infant Coping and Development Paid Research Study
Are you interested in your baby’s social and emotional development?
The Brain and Early Experiences (BEE) Lab at Boston University would love to hear from you!
We are studying how infant physiology changes as infants encounter and cope with mild challenges, and how infant sleep habits, self-regulating behaviors and social interaction play a role.
Participating involves a one-time 2 hour visit to our lab at Boston University when your child is 11-12 months old.
We'll be looking at your baby's reaction to not being able to reach some attractive toys, there will be playtime between you and your baby, and you will fill out questionnaires about yourself and your baby.
You will be compensated up to $25 for participating in this study.
Free parking is available and infants receive a toy as a thank-you gift.
To learn more about the Infant Coping and Development Study at Boston University, or to join our pool of families interested in participating in research, please:
CALL US: 617-353-9328
Or check out our WEBSITE: http://www.bu.edu/cdl/bee/
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