FAMILIES AND CHILDREN
Participating in research studies can be a great way to introduce your children to the world of scientific research! We offer a comfortable and interactive experience that is fun and engaging. We also provide free on-site parking and payment for your time.
CURRENT OPPORTUNITY—SPRING/SUMMER 2022:
The Developing Minds Lab at the University of Kentucky is conducting a research study about how elementary-aged children think about their abilities in different subjects. Participants will experience interactive short stories and answer questions about their interests and abilities with a trained undergraduate research assistant. Participation in this research study is completely voluntary. If you give your child permission to participate, the study will take place at your child's after school program, summer camp, or at the Developing Minds Lab. Children will receive a small toy as a thank you gift for participating. Questions can be directed to Dr. Matthew Kim (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Ms. Chellam Antony (email@example.com).
Click here to sign up: Permission form
PSYCHOLOGY SUBJECT POOL
In addition to our research with families and children, we occasionally run research studies of college-aged students. If you are a UK undergraduate student taking PSY 100, PSY 215, or PSY 216, check out this link for current opportunities and to sign up to be a research participant!