Human Development Lab



Get Involved

Parents
Our research focuses on early childhood development between the ages of 3 and 5. We play short games with children, asking them to make choices to satisfy future goals, such as getting a present for a birthday party. You and your child will spend 15 to 30 minutes in our lab. Your participation will help us learn how children develop complex reasoning and decision-making abilities.
To obtain more information on participating in our research studies, please contact Janani Prabhakar


Undergraduuuae Research Participation
The Human Development Lab provides opportunities for Undergraduate students interested in being part of a research laboratory. Undergraduate participants commit about 9 hours a week to lab work. Undergraduate students will help graduate students in data collection at preschools and on campus, learn to analyze data, attend lab meetings, and gain a thorough understanding of scientific research in cognitive psychology.
To obtain more information on becoming an undergraduate research assistant, please contact Janani Prabhakar