UC Berkeley Building Blocks of Cognition: Online study on STEM Reasoning and Learning, Ages 11-14

Researchers & Authors Seeking Parents/Kids
City: 
Berkeley
Ages: 
School-Aged, Preteens, Teens

Online UC Berkeley study on STEM reasoning and learning for kids ages 11 to 14

The Building Blocks of Cognition Lab in the Department of Psychology at UC Berkeley studies human thought, reasoning, and learning, and how it changes with age and experience: https://bungelab.berkeley.edu/

We're recruiting healthy participants between ages 11 and 14 for an online study about kids’ understanding and interpretation of graphs. Your child will be asked to complete a lesson and answer questions about the content. Your child may also be asked to complete tasks that involve reasoning, remembering, or making decisions.  

Participants receive $10/hour, and the study will take 1-2 sessions, with each session lasting around 1-1.5 hours, and no more than 3 hours. This study will help to improve math and science education in the future!

If you and your child are interested in participating, please send an email to bungelab [at] gmail.com and a researcher will contact you to make sure the study would be a good fit.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Contact
Building Blocks of Cognition Lab
bungelab [at] gmail.com