Child Cognition Lab


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Welcome to the Child Cognition Lab!

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We are interested in children’s and adults’ conceptions of people, animals, and objects. Some of our current research interests include:

  • Developmental change in children’s explanations of living and non-living natural phenomena
  • Children’s tool-use behavior and reasoning about human-made objects
  • How children learn social norms and cultural conventions
  • Cross-cultural differences and similarities in religion-relevant explanatory biases
  • Biology education in early elementary school children.

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For more information about how to get involved, visit our  Information for Parents or Information for Students pages!

To see coverage of our work, check our Child Cognition Lab in the NEWS! page.

Want to participate?
Check out our current studies!
Click here to fill out our parent form!
You may also call us at 617-358-1738
or send us an e-mail at childlab@bu.edu.

Contact us

  • Email us childlab@bu.edu
  • Give us a call (617) 358-1738
  • Visit us Room 157, 64 Cummington Mall Boston, MA 02215

Information for parents

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