Researchers at Middlesex BabyLab are looking for parents of infants aged 4-9 months to take part in an exciting research project that looks at how sounds affect the perception of images and how this develops from infancy. Read further details below and how to contact us!
Researchers at Middlesex University are asking local parents to enrol babies in an exciting psychology research project funded by the British Academy. The study investigates how sounds affect the perception of images and how this develops from infancy. If you have a baby between 4 and 9 months of age come to take part in a simple and short study which involves listening to musical sounds and watching a short videos or images. Only ONE 20-min visit to the babyLab will be required. The research is conducted at Middlesex University's Hendon campus, Hatchcroft building.
Car park space can be booked if needed and baby changing facilities are available on site. Parents will be welcomed in a friendly and pleasant atmosphere and babies will stay with parents at all times. We have prepared a short video available on our Facebook page to show you how the visit to the babyLab looks like!
All parents who will decide to participate with their children will receive an Amazon voucher! Research on early development can only progress with the help of parents - we hope to hear from you soon!
To take part and for more information, please contact the project’s research assistant , Tatiana Sobolewska (email@example.com) or the Principal Investigator, Dr Fabia Franco (firstname.lastname@example.org