Typical children ages 3-17 years are needed for a research study that will look at how eye movements and brain activity measure response to spoken words. Participation in this study requires a one-time visit to Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for one hour.
The visit involves answering general knowledge questions, listening to sentences while looking at pictures (eye tracking) and wearing a soft “hair net” with damp sponges to record brain activity.
Volunteers will be compensated $25 for their time.
To find out more information regarding the study, please contact:
Dorita Jones, study coordinator