Current Child Studies
Learning in two Languages
We are learning about how 4-5 year old children develop their language skills. Help us to learn more about bilingualism and language development!
Who is eligible?
Bilingual 4-5 year old children who speak English and Spanish and are either typically developing or with language impairment.
What does participation involve?
Participation includes four 60-90 minute visits to the lab scheduled at your convenience. Children play engaging computer games, book activities and standardized assessments. Parents complete questionnaires, interviews and parent-child interactive activities with toys and books.
Eligible participants receive:
- Free language evaluation of English and Spanish language skills
- $15 for the first session, $20 for the second session, $25 for the third session, and $30 for the final session
- Mileage reimbursement or free taxi service
Where does the study happen?
All of our children’s studies take place at the UW Waisman Center. Free parking or taxi service available. https://www.waisman.wisc.edu/general-information/maps-directions-parking/
How do I get started?
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (608) 263-5764.
Current Adult Studies
The Language Acquisition and Bilingualism Lab is currently recruiting bilingual adults to participate in their research.
Eligible participants will complete one 2-hour session and will be paid for participation.
Currently, we are recruiting bilingual speakers of English and Spanish. If interested, please contact us at email@example.com or call us at (608) 263-5764.