The Neurocognitive Development Lab is part of the Infant and Child Studies program at the University of Maryland.



If you are a parent, we would like to extend an invitation to you and your child to participate in an interesting set of studies on normal child development.


  1. Our studies take place in a comfortable, home-like setting at the University of Maryland’s College Park campus.
  2. Parents participate with their children and are near to their child at all times during the visit.
  3. Studies focus on children of different ages, up to 10 years old.
  4. We each bring over 10 years of research experience to the study of cognitive and language and cognitive development in infants, toddlers, preschoolers, children.
  5. To learn more or sign up to participate visit: http://www.infantstudies.umd.edu
  6. Check out our new Facebook page at Infant and Child Studies at the University of Maryland!


Other researchers in the Infant Studies Program at the University of Maryland can be found at: http://childstudies.umd.edu/

 

A Few Off-Campus Colleagues, Collaborators, Mentors, and Friends:

Amanda Woodward, Ph.D. and the Infant Learning and Development Laboratory

Patricia J. Bauer, Ph.D. and the Memory Development Lab

Maureen M. Black, Ph.D. and Following Urban Teens: Unique and Resilient at Every Step (FUTURES)

Charles A. Nelson, Ph.D. and the Developmental Medicine Center Laboratory of Cognitive NeuroscienceD

Michael K. Georgieff, M.D., Neely C. Miller and the Center for Neurobehavioral Development

Tony J. Simon, Ph.D. and the Cognitive Analysis and Brain Imaging Laboratory (CABIL) at the M.I.N.D. Institute

Lisa S. Scott, Ph.D. and the Brain, Cognition and Development Laboratory (BCD Lab)

Dr. Leslie Rollins, Ph.D, a former graduate student of the NCDL, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology and a member of the Neuroscience Program at Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Virginia. Her research examines memory for contextual details, false recognition, and metamemory from a developmental cognitive neuroscience perspective.


Resources on the Web:

Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development

United States Department of Education

Zero to Three

Society for Research on Child Development

Parents' Perspective

Neuroscience for Kids!