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Cognitive Development Research Project

At the Brandywine Child Development Lab at Penn State Brandywine, we have two main areas of research. First, we ask questions about how kids learn about the world around them by developing fun games to help us explore what kids know about objects, numbers, and language. Second, we ask about the impact of technology on infants, toddlers, and parent-child relationships. We have a number of behavioral studies that examine cognitive development in children from 6 months-5 years. Undergraduates in the lab work hands-on with children in the on-campus lab and at "Living Lab" locations in children's museums and local libraries. Through this lab experience, student researchers obtain a well-rounded understanding of cognitive development research.

Number of undergraduates needed: 1-4
Minimum qualifications: Students must be in good academic standing and have taken at least one course in child development (i.e., HDFS 229 or PSYCH 212).

Contact Info

Jennifer Zosh
25 Yearsley Mill Rd. Media PA 19063
Penn State Brandywine
Human Development & Family Studies/Psychology