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Cambridge Babylab

 

We have a number of projects who are actively recruiting!

How can you help?

Come with your child to our purpose-built playrooms at the Cambridge Babylab at the Downing Site to take part in one of our stuides.

Or take part online!

What happens at the visit?

Most of our studies involve something very simple but fun - like watching a computer display showing videos or playing with different toys. We use state-of-the-art equipment to study children's reactions to these different types of experiences.

If you are interested in taking part in one of our studies then please contact the researcher directly, email the Cambridge Babylab (babylab@psychol.cam.ac.uk) and refer to the project you would like to participate in, or fill out our contact form!

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How does infant social behaviour develop neurologically over the first year of life: using a wearable, baby-friendly brain imaging system?

ANIMATE The study will take place at the Department of Psychology at the University of Cambridge. We are recruiting infants between 6- and 7- months-old. What is the purpose of the study? The project consists of analysing how infants’ social behaviour develops over the first year of life using a...


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How does the infant brain learn to build associations between sounds and pictures?

Prediction and Learning Lab We are a Lab based in the Department of Psychology at the University of Cambridge. We are currently recruiting 6-month-old infants. What is the purpose of this study? We are interested in exploring how the infant brain learns to build associations between sounds and...


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How has COVID-19 effected the experience of pregnancy for young families?

If you or your partner are expecting or recently had a baby , we are inviting you to participate in our online study that will help us to understand the physical, psychological and social impacts of COVID-19 on expectant and new parents, and how young infants are affected by changes in the way that...


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Does your Little Scientist like to move?

Little Drummers: Does your little one like to move?! We ( Dr Sinead Rocha and Dr Caspar Addyman ) have put together an ONLINE short musical challenge and some fun games for little drummers aged 2-2.5 years. By taking part you'll help us understand how we develop a sense of rhythm. What is the...