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Participating in a Study: A Baby's eye view

Follow along with a 12-month-old participant in the Infant Sibling Project to see what it's like to participate in an infant study!

Playing in the family room while Mom and Dad talk with the researchers about the day's visit. That letter looks tasty!

Walking to the study rooms with a little help from Mom and Dad.

Getting started with some fun, play-based testing. The purple dinosaur is a good attention-getter...

and it's funny, too!

A little lunch with the Cookie Monster.

Making music with Mom!

Where's baby?



Investigating a new tasty toy while the researchers get ready to measure brain activity using EEG sensors.

For more information on how EEG sensors work, click here.

For more information on how you and your child can participate in the Infant Sibling Project or one of our many other studies, please visit the Ongoing Research section of our website.

Thank you for your interest in our work--we hope to see you soon!

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