The UW LAND Lab studies auditory brain development and how that relates to speech and music perception, listening in noisy real-world environments, and language learning. They use different methods including magnetoencephalography (MEG), electroencephalography (EEG), and computer-based listening studies. They are currently seeking infants, children, and teenagers with and without autism and with and without hearing aids to participate in research studies. Participation is remote or in-person. Please visit their website or contact the research team at (206) 616-2041 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on their current research studies.
The Kleinhans Lab is a multi-modal neuroimaging laboratory at the University of Washington. The lab explores the relationship between clinical characteristics and symptom severity and abnormalities of the central nervous system structure and function using neuroimaging techniques. Methods used include magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), electroencephalography (EEG), eye tracking and video tracking, and comprehensive behavioral assessments and neuropsychological examinations. They are currently seeking children with and without autism between the ages of 6 and 11 years old. Please visit their website or contact the research team at (206) 616-0607 or email@example.com for more information about their current research studies.
The Neurodevelopmental Disorders Language and Learning Lab (NeuDLL) focuses on the development of language, communication, and related skills in children. Their mission is to better understand individual differences in development, with consideration for the many factors that influence learning and change over time. They are currently seeking children with autism (ages 5-10), fragile X syndrome (ages 5-10), or no developmental disabilities (ages 2-6). Participation is from home via zoom. Please visit their website, contact the research team at (206) 685-2202 or NeuDLL@uw.edu or view the flyer for more information about their current research studies.