Psychology

Child Learning and Development Lab

Welcome!

Welcome to the Child Learning and Development Lab! We are a developmental psychology lab affiliated with the Department of Psychology at Amherst College. We study how children learn about the world around them, with a particular emphasis on how children learn from social interactions with others.

Most of our studies involve children between 0 and 10 years of age, and we’re always looking to involve interested families in our research. Studies take place at Amherst College, and typically involve a one-time visit lasting about 30 minutes.

We invite you to explore our website to learn more about our research and to discover how your family can get involved.

Parents, learn more about our current studies and consider registering your family to participate. Any questions you have might be answered in the FAQ.

Students, learn more about our research and publications.

Learn more about the CLAD Lab researchers.

Child Learning and Development Lab

Child Learning and Development Lab Newsletter: Summer 2014

Learn about recent developments in our research here at the lab!

Latest News in the CLAD Lab

Our thesis student, Rachel Tannenbaum '15, presenting her thesis at the Amherst Explorations event.

For more info on the event see: https://www.amherst.edu/academiclife/studentexplorations

 Latest News in the CLAD Lab

 

One of our research assistants, Marissa Fierro, presents the research she conducted during the summer at a school-wide poster session.

Poster presentation

 

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413-542-5652
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