Scientific research is continuously being conducted across the department's 40+ labs — many of these studies need research participants and several offer opportunities to earn money for participating. As a research participant, your identity would always be safeguarded and kept completely confidential. All research activities at ASU must meet federal regulations for the protection of participants to ensure ethical treatment, voluntary participation, and the protection of your rights as a research subject. For more information about research participation, visit ASU's Office of Research Integrity and Assurance.
Click below to find a research project that interests you and help us advance the science of mind, brain and behavior!
1. The Early Childhood Cognition Research Group @ Arizona State University consists of developmental psychology labs that share an interest in how infants and children learn, communicate, and understand their environment.
We study this by having children engage in fun activities—sometimes, this might include watching fun videos or playing games with an experimenter; other times, it can include playing with different kinds of toys. Currently all of our research studies are being conducted online (for example, over Zoom). Participation in these studies allow us and other researchers to expand our understanding of how children learn, grow, and thrive.
If you have a child between the ages of 6 months and 7 years and would like to participate in a research study, you can sign up by following the link below and a member of our research team will contact you soon.