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Participate in research on child language development!

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 635 Commonwealth Ave, Boston MA 02215  See map
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The
Child Language Lab at Boston University is looking for healthy English-speaking children from ages 12 months to 5 years to participate
in research on language and cognitive development. Our studies take place in a comfortable setting at Boston University's Charles River
campus. Parents participate with their children in a play session which
usually lasts about an hour. During this session, we show the child
short video clips or play with them with toys and pictures.



We hope that you will join us in our efforts to find out how
children learn! If you are interested in participating, or in receiving
more information, please reply via email to this posting, call us at 617-353-3379, or visit our website at: http://www.bu.edu/childlanguage


Because our research usually involves children at particular ages,
it may be several months before we call you for a study. When your child
reaches an age we are studying, we will contact you to describe the
play session more fully and see if you are interested in participating.
Children receive a small-value age-appropriate gift. If you are
interested, you may also be eligible to participate in one of our
studies asking you to return more than once; these studies offer a small
amount of monetary compensation to thank you for your time. Free
parking is provided for all participants.


We look forward to hearing from you!

Child Language Lab
Boston University
Department of Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences
Boston, MA 02215
http://www.bu.edu/childlanguage

buchildlang@gmail.com
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