Have you ever wondered, “What’s my child learning when watching others?” or “Does my child remember this?” If so, the C.A.P. Lab invites you to participate in one of our studies. Affiliated with the Psychology Department at UConn-Waterbury Campus, the Cognition, Action, and Psychophysiology (C.A.P.) Lab actively seeks children from birth to 6 years of age for research on cognitive development.
Directed by Dr. Kimberly Cuevas, the C.A.P. Lab offers a fun way to learn about the development of cognitive processes throughout infancy and early childhood. With a focus on learning, memory, and thinking, our work has been featured in numerous psychology textbooks and journals. Our most current work —the Husky See, Husky Do study—examines social learning and imitation.
How do I find out more about C.A.P Lab research?
We would love the chance to talk with you! To find out more about C.A.P. Lab research, contact us (203) 236-9933 (email@example.com) or check out our lab website (http://psychology.uconn.edu/labs/kidcaplab) and facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/CAPLabatUCONNWaterbury). You can join our list of interested parents to contact about upcoming studies for you and your baby. Agreeing to correspond with us and/or joining our contact list does not obligate you to participate.
We hope to hear from you soon for this fun and exciting experience!
This study was approved by the UConn IRB, Protocol #H13-094.