Principal Investigator: Robin Michael Jones, Ph.D.
Children 3 to 6 years old who do or do not stutter are needed for a research study titled "Psychophysiology of childhood stuttering: Cognitive-emotional mechanisms." Hopefully, this research will help us learn how cognition, emotion, and language play a role in childhood stuttering.
Participation in this study involves two visits to the Vanderbilt Bill Wilkerson Center that take about 2 hours per visit. We also conduct yearly follow-up assessments. We have flexible scheduling to accommodate your availability.
During the 1st visit:
We will complete speech, language and hearing tests presented in a fun, game-like way
Parents will answer questions about their child.
During the 2nd visit:
We will complete a cognitive assessment.
Children will play “computer games” while wearing a soft “hair net” with sponges (to record brain activity) and “stickers” with sensors (to measure heart rate and sweat).
We will share the results of the speech-language and hearing tests with you and provide consultation and service referrals.
Participants will be compensated with a $40 check per visit ($80 total) mailed to their address.
Participants will be compensated with a check for follow-up assessments.
If you are interested or would like more information regarding the study, please contact us at 615-936-5126 or email@example.com.
Children who do and not stutter between 3 to 6 years of age
Two 2 hour visits to the Vanderbilt Bill Wilkerson Center
Last Updated: Monday, September 27, 2021