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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.
Family GAMEs Study
Looking For:6-12-month-old infants
Infants' language development
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
Music and Social Engagement in Infancy
Looking For:6-12 month infants who have an older sibling
Music in Children and Families Online Survey Study
Looking For:Parent of a child 6 months to 5 years of age
Participants can enter a lottery to win (1/30 chance) a $25 Amazon gift card for their participation.
Participate in Baby Research at Vanderbilt!
Looking For: Infants with Down syndrome (ages 4-36 months old)
Compensation:$20/hour at each study visit
Typically developing infants between 2 and 24 months of age
Compensation:A T-shirt, toy, or book to thank you for your participation.
Sensory Perception in Infant Siblings at Risk for ASD
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.
Skill Building For Infants With Down Syndrome
Children with Down syndrome 6 months to 5 years old
Compensation:Families will receive $25.00 and a small toy for their time upon completion of the study
The Effects of Visual and Auditory Stimulation on Exploration in Infancy
12-24 month infants with hearing loss
Compensation:A T-shirt, toy or book, as well as $25.
Vanderbilt Down Syndrome Research Registry
Looking For:Any child or adult with Down syndrome
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Research MatchResearchMatch.org is a free and safe national website that matches research volunteers with researchers looking for participants. Registries for Autism and Intellectual Disabilities are now available on ResearchMatch. Everyone is welcome to join, regardless of age, or condition. Visit www.researchmatch.org to learn more and to join today.