Why not join us in the lab as a participant in one or more of our studies? Studies vary from one session to five sessions, and all involve fun activities that help us learn more about how children remember things! Please contact us if you are interested in participating in our research, or have any questions about our research.
Where Did I Learn That?: Children's Use of Memory Cues For Source Monitoring
"Mindful Me!" A School-Based Training Program for Healthy Minds
Children’s Memory for Conversations: Who did you Tell?
Repeated Event Studies
Children are quite good at talking about what 'usually happens' during a typical event (e.g., swimming lessons, going to a restaurant or the grocery store), but they have more difficulty isolating individual occurrences of these events and describing only what happened one time. We are currently conducting a study about children's memories for repeated events:
Memory Training for Repeated Events
The Effect of Mental Context Reinstatement on Children's Repeated Event Narratives