Infant Primate Research Laboratory
Testing equipment, protocols and experienced laboratory personnel
Testing equipment, protocols and experienced laboratory personnel are available for assessing the physical growth and sensory, motor, social, and cognitive development of nonhuman primate infants. Many of the assessments were originally developed for human infants and have been successfully adapted for use with infant monkeys. Protocols are continually updated based on the latest findings in the fields of developmental neuroscience, child development, and developmental disabilities research.
The current testing battery includes the following assessments: Click on test.
Videos and normative data are available for these assessment by request. Contact IPRL staff at email@example.com
For our IPRL bibliography of papers published from research in the lab, click here.
Standard Operating Procedures are available for the assessments and are provided below (pdfs).
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