The last few years have been extremely successful with dozens of studies investigating how young children learn and develop. Our talented postdocs, graduate students, undergraduates, and research staff spend countless hours designing experiments, interacting with families, and analyzing data in order to understand the minds of children. We have gained new insights into the way infants and children learn about the world around them. This newsletter includes summaries of just some of the exciting research studies we have conducted.
None of this would be possible without the participation of families like yours. If you are receiving this newsletter, you probably contributed time and effort to support our science. THANK YOU! We could not do this without you and your little scientists. We rely on the community in Hamilton and the surrounding area, and we are deeply grateful to families who have visited our labs and helped spread the word about our work. Your efforts have made significant contributions to our understanding of child development.
We hope you enjoy reading about some of the research you have been part of!