Infant research

The faculty of social sciences owns several infant labs. These facilities allow for experimental studies on babies, infants, and children together with their parents. babylab

Computer systems and screens are adapted to allow for stimulus presentation to young participants, the monitoring of eye and head movements, and the measurement of manual or foot responses. Multiple video cameras are installed to record and store the behavior of the participant and their parents, and to integrate these recordings with the stimuli presented at the same time. This way, behavioral reactions can be directly associated with stimulus presentation.

Currently, the labs are equipped and used to carry out psychological, educational, and linguistic studies.