About Our Research
The Ben & Maxine Miller Child Development Laboratory School provides opportunities for child and family researchers to work with 150 children ages 6 weeks to 5 years and their families. We offer research access to children and families, excellent observation facilities in the classrooms and separate research rooms for individual interviews, testing, or small group work. Please review our research guidelines, and contact us if you have any questions about the suitability of your project for the Human Development and Family Science children’s school.
Examples of Past Research Projects
- Computer Mouse use among preschool-aged children (Engineering/Technology Teacher Education)
- Taste testing of high-fiber foods (Nutrition Science)
- STEM in early education: A developmentally-appropriate curriculum (Engineering Education)
- Changes to speech as a function of language training (Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences)