We are looking for families of 4 to 6 year olds to participate in the Growing Up in Rockbridge pilot study.
What is it?
Growing Up in Rockbridge is a project designed by Dr. Megan Fulcher and her undergraduate laboratory students.
We are designing a future study about parent-child interactions during shared activities. This is a pilot study to try different activities to find which are enjoyable and feasible. Examples of activities include: book reading, Legos, & science experiments.
Participating families will have a project backpack delivered to them. Inside the backpack they will find a fun activity, a Flip video camera, and instructions. At a time and place convenient and comfortable for them, one parent and child will work together on the activity and film their interaction with the Flip camera. The activity shouldn’t take longer than half an hour. After the activity find the small thank-you gift to keep and pack the activity, folder, and camera back in the bag. We will pick up the backpack at a time and place you choose.
Interested? Questions? Contact us.