Studies Related to Infants current as of Wednesday, October 20, 2021

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Baby Siblings and ASD

Looking For:
6-12 month infants who have an older sibling with or without autism spectrum disorder

Compensation:
Up to $95 in gift cards.


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How baby siblings of children with autism respond to speech may help us to understand early development and autism risk

Looking For:
You are the parent of a child with autism. Your child with autism has a younger sibling who is 8-18 months old.

Compensation:
Participants will be compensated $20 per hour.


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Infants' language development

Looking For:

Typically developing infants between 11 months – 14 months

who were born within 3 weeks of their due date

who have had less than 4 ear infections

who hear English spoken at least 70% of the time

Compensation:
Children receive a toy or a book for taking part


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Perceptual-Motor Development

Looking For:

Typically developing infants between 2 and 24 months of age

Compensation:
A T-shirt, toy, or book to thank you for your participation.


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Sensory Perception in Infant Siblings at Risk for ASD

Looking For:

Younger Siblings (between 4-18 months old) of children with and without autism and their parent

Compensation:
Families will be compensated for their time and get the results of the testing.


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The Effects of Visual and Auditory Stimulation on Exploration in Infancy

Looking For:

12-24 month infants with hearing loss

Compensation:
A T-shirt, toy or book, as well as $25.


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Vanderbilt Down Syndrome Research Registry

Looking For:
Individuals with Down syndrome

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