International Study Examining Infants’ Preferences for Prosocial Individuals We hope to be starting data collection for the large scale, multisite, international replication study called Many Babies 4 (MB4) in 2021. We will be inviting parents and their 5- to 10-month-old
“How do biology and social experience shape children’s ability to work with others?” Everyday functioning relies on the ability to successfully work together with each other. Something as simple as buying groceries relies on the cooperation of many individuals (e.g.,
Parents play a critical role in infants’ acquisition of effective verbal and nonverbal communication. Despite our understanding of communicative development and social learning in face-to-face contexts, little is known about how screen media impacts these processes. As screen media continues
We are conducting a new study on family resilience and well-being. Our research aims to uncover the different ways that parents and children respond to the inevitable challenges of life. We know that different strategies work for different people in different contexts.
As many of you know, at the beginning of each new year, we share our research findings and activities from the previous year in our annual ELLA newsletter. We would like to say a huge thank you to all our