Help us better understand the emotional development of children
July 22, 2013Tweet
The Institute for Child Development invites typically developing children ages 2 1/2 to 5, and their caregivers, to help us better understand the development of emotions such as happiness and fear in children with autism by having typically developing children provide us with the important reference points of child development. Caregivers will be asked to complete a few questionnaires and interact with their children in a play setting. Each child’s cognitive and language abilities will also be assessed. For most families, participation will last about two hours. When the study is complete, parents will receive a summary report of their child’s assessment information, a summary of the study’s findings and $75 in the form of a gift card. If you are interested in participating in this important study, contact the project coordinator, Laura Turner, MS, BCBA for more information toll-free at 1-855-910-4ASD.