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Problem-Solving with Frog (Ages 7 to 10)

University of Toronto, Department of Psychology


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?

Your Impact


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!

Eligibility Criteria


Male, Female

7 to 10 years old

Study Tasks


Zoom chat
Frog video game
puzzle

Ethics


This study is part of a protocol approved by the University of Toronto IRB Committee on Feb.11, 2020. Protocol number 38355

Keywords


problem-solving
puzzle
Frog video game
social context
Zoom chat

From the Researcher


Activity and Time


Psychology

Online

Weekdays, Weeknights, Weekends

30 minutes total, 1 session

Compensation


$5 Amazon or Indigo gift card

In addition to a gift card, you and your child will receive a children's U of T certificate

Study Address


This study doesn't require any in-person visits. Complete it in the comfort of your own home!

Posting date: May 20, 2020

$5 Amazon or Indigo gift card