Safeguarding our participants is a priority here at the Lancaster University, the Psychology Department and Lancaster Babylab. Therefore, all our in-person studies have been on halt for over a year.
In line with government advice and after careful planning and enhancing of our safety measures, we are delighted to announce the reopening of our labs!
We have all been looking forward to welcoming you into our Babylab to take part in our studies. Although your visit may not be quite as you remember it, please rest assured we have and will do everything possible to make your visit enjoyable and safe. Please see our enhanced safety measures here.
If you have any queries about the research or the new guidelines, please do not hesitate to contact us. Sending us an email does not mean you are committed to participating in research.
Our online research remains ongoing should you wish to take part from the comfort of your own home. Please click here to see all ongoing research projects.
Without your support, our research into infant and child development could not be possible. We thank you for your patience and continuous support. If you are new to the Babylab or know anyone who may be interested to be considered for future studies, please register here, or tell your friends about us.
As always, whether you take part once registered remains completely up to you. We realise in the current climate you may not want to visit the Babylab. Just let our researcher know.
– The Lancaster Babylab Team –
All of our studies are approved by the ethics committees at Lancaster University. Information about your baby is confidential and all data is kept anonymous. Personal details will be kept securely and only for the purpose stated. You can ask for your details to be removed from our database at any time.
Adults and children may be tested in the same area.
The Babylab is located in the Whewell Building south of the Lancaster University campus in the Whewell Building.
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Come along to our monthly playgroup here at the Babylab (every 1st Saturday of the month 10:00am-12:00noon for children aged 0-5).
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