Last Updated: Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Principal Investigator: James Booth, Ph.D.
Other researchers: Rachel Watkins, Au.D.
The Brain Development Lab is recruiting children who are deaf and/or hard of hearing, from ages 10
to 13 to participate in a research study that examines how children learn to read. This study will involve two visits, each lasting around 1.5 hours..
Visit 1: Your child will complete standardized testing and a mock MRI scan, where he/she will lea
how to do the judgment tasks that will be used during the real MRI.
Visit 2: Your child will do judgment tasks in a real MRI scanner and complete a hearing test.
Find out if your child is eligible to participate by completing this short questionnaire!
10-13 year old children who are deaf and/or hard of hearing
Children will be paid via gift card at a rate of $20/hour of participation and parents will also be paid via gift card for transportation expenses.
1 visit to Vanderbilt Peabody Campus and 1 visit to Vanderbilt Institute for Imaging Sciences.
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