Our study looks at how preschoolers look at kinship. More specifically, we examine whether emotional cues, such as jealousy and altruism, are used by preschoolers to infer kinship between parents and children, and vice versa. During the study, your child will watch video clips and listen to 2 stories. After, they will be asked questions about the people or emotions in the scenarios. The study takes 20 to 30 minutes.
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!
36 to 60 months
This study has been approved by the Social Sciences, Humanities and Education REB
Weekdays, Weeknights, Weekends
20 minute(s) - 30 minute(s) per session
$5 Amazon or Indigo E-Giftcard and U of T e-certificate for your child!
This study doesn't require any in-person visits. Complete it in the comfort of your own home!
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