Help us discover how children who are deaf and hard of hearing learn to read

Last Updated: Monday, January 22, 2018

Principal Investigator: James Booth, Ph.D.

Other researchers: Rachel M. Watkins, Au.D., CCC-A

Description


Volunteer for Research at Vanderbilt University Brain Development Lab


Who:

10-13 year-olds who are deaf or hard of hearing

What:

  • Two visits. 1.5 hours each
  • Play computer games
  • Standardized tests
  • Take pictures with fMRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)
  • Hearing Test

Why:

Help us discover how children who are deaf and hard of hearing learn to read! Our goal is to provide a foundation for future research that will develop reading interventions for these children!

Website:

braindevelopmentlaboratory.com

Participant Criteria

10-13 year-olds who are deaf or hard of hearing

Compensation

Families will receive their child's test scores, a picture of their brain, and compensation for participating

Visit Requirements

Two visits. 1.5 hours each

Brochure

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