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Child Language and Literacy Lab
Looking For:Children must be between 5 and 12 years of age and have a distorted "s" and/or "z" production
Compensation:An age-appropriate book
Autism and Language Development in Toddlers
Looking For:Children 18-36 months of age with autism or with concerns about their social interaction or language development or children 12-36 months without autism.
Child Language & Literacy Lab
Preschool and school-age children
Compensation:Language evaluations at no cost to you.
Do you have concerns about your toddler’s social or language development?
Looking For:Children 12-36 months of age with autism or with concerns about their social interaction or language development.
Help us understand the relationship between early language and number skills!
Children ages 3-4
Is your child's language delayed? (Vanderbilt KIDTALK)
27 to 30 month old children who:
Compensation:Families will be compensated for their time as well as receiving toys and books for their child.
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.
Strategies for Teaching Verbs
Looking For:Children who are slower at learning to talk than their peers, 3 to 9 years old
Compensation:Participants will receive up to $50 as compensation for their time
The Children's eBook Project
Children between the ages of 33 - 60 months and a parent/guardian.
Compensation:As a thank you for your participation your child will receive a children’s book or small toy,
Understanding Effects of Amplification on Children with Autism
Looking For:Child 5-18 years old with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder
Words for Thoughts and Feelings
Children ages 3-6
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