We would like to work with you!

In the LASR Lab, we strive to understand how children process language and music. Usually our research involves playing short computer games with children while their eye movements are tracked. Eye movements are used to determine how long the child is considering options presented in the computer game, and allow us to see how language is being processed in real time.  Kids typically think it’s a lot of fun and so do we! We rely on the kindness of preschools and daycares for the majority of our research, and we greatly appreciate your help. We hope you find our research as interesting as we do, and we look forward to working with you in the future!

-The LASR Lab

Left to Right:
Front: Erik Glense, Junrong (Fiona) Chen, Mina Cicekoglu, Dr. Sarah Creel, Kaitlyn Chou, Samantha Roxas, Carly Villongco.
Back: Jan Kwong, Caroline Hall-Sherr, Yilin Hao, Kaitlin Lee, Maryam Vagharfard, Rafi Overton.