What do you do when working in the UConn Child Language Lab?
We provide a variety of jobs that give you experience with many aspects of our research projects:
1) Assist in data collection: Help the graduate students and research assistants conduct the IPL language comprehension tasks and standardized tasks with 1- to 5-year-old children.
2) Code eye-movement data: Learn how to use our custom coding program, code where the children look during the IPL tasks.
3) Transcribe caregiver-child interactions: Learn our transcribing protocol, see what the children and their caregivers do and say.
4) Score standardized tests.
The Child Language Lab provides a few options for undergraduates wanting to participate in the research, these are: student volunteer, work study, etc.