Calling all student mums and dads: could your kids help out with a multilingualism study?
21 November 2017
A team based in the Department of Psychology and Human Development at UCL Institute of Education, London is conducting a study investigating how the brain learns to speak multiple languages.
The researchers are looking to recruit children aged between 7 and 15 years old for the two-part study comprising a series of computer-based tasks and an MRI scan (taking pictures of the brain).
If you have children in the age range and would like to participate, or find out more, contact Eva Thomas.
Participants will be paid £20.
The study is funded by the Leverhulme Trust (grant RPG-024-2015).