Last Updated: Thursday, August 04, 2016
Principal Investigator: Megan Saylor, Ph.D.
Studies in the Language Development Lab at Vanderbilt University explore how children learn new words.
For this study, we are interested in how 2-to 6-year-old bilingual and monolingual children learn words and understand stories when they are read bilingual books.
During the study children may be read stories by a researcher and a parent. We will also ask children questions about the words they know and administer short cognitive tasks.
2-6-year-old children who are bilingual in Chinese and English or Spanish and English
Children receive a toy or a book for taking part
1 to our Peabody campus lab
Language Development Lab
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