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Infant Learning Project

The University of Texas at Dallas

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Picture Tour of the Lab

   

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Our Lab
Introduction
Picture Tour

Our Staff
Dr. Melanie Spence
Current Students
Past Students

Research Findings
Conference Presentations

Publications

How to Participate
FAQ
Contact Information
Map/Directions

Newsletters

Join Us On
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The Waiting Area...

The waiting area provides a place to complete necessary paperwork and allows infants and their siblings to play.

 

When you arrive, we will explain the procedure to you and ask you to complete a few forms. You will be given a copy of the consent form you sign to take home with you.

 

The Experiment Room...

We will ask you to have a seat in the chair in front of our eye-tracking monitor.

 

The Experiment...

During the experiment, you and your infant will face the eye-tracking monitor. You may be asked to wear blacked-out sunglasses so the eye-tracker only detects your infant's eyes and not your eyes.

 

Viewing the Results...

After we have completed the experiment(s) we will show you the video of your child's session, explain the study and answer any questions you may have. Currently, the entire appointment (paperwork, experiment(s) and showing the video) takes about 30 minutes.

 

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babies
Why Babies Like our Lab!
 

milestones
Developmental Milestones
and Websites

 

footnotes
Footnotes...

 

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Last Updated:  09/25/13