How does social context affect how children (ages 7 to 10) solve a puzzle? In a 20-minute call over Zoom, your child will play as Frog to solve a simple platforming game. We are interested in how social context changes how children try to solve a puzzle. Will their own ideas about their problem-solving skills affect these attempts?
By participating in our study, you will be contributing to the latest research in developmental psychology. As a community, we want to to better understand how children learn from the social world around them so we can ultimately build stronger relationships and resources for our kids!
This study is part of a protocol approved by the University of Toronto IRB Committee on Feb.11, 2020. Protocol number 38355
Weekdays, Weeknights, Weekends
20 minute(s) - 30 minute(s) per session
$5 Amazon or Indigo e-giftcard and children's U of T certificate
This study doesn't require any in-person visits. Complete it in the comfort of your own home!
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