Infant and child scientists needed to participate in child development research

Here at the Lab for Child Development, we study how babies and young children learn and think about the world around them! The studies are age-specific and are designed to be fun, interactive games that last up to 30 minutes. Researchers study topics including how babies and children understand quantities and how this ability to estimate quantities helps them learn numbers and math, how babies and children make decisions, how their memory develops, and how they understand objects.

Each study requires only one visit to the lab on the Homewood campus, where the lab provides free parking. To thank you for participating, your children will get to pick out a small gift to take home.

You can fill out this secure web form to sign up!

To learn more about us, see the lab's website.

Feel free to email the lab at or call at 410-516-6068 if you have any questions.