Wednesday, 7 November 2012

Are you interested in helping us learn more about memory development in school-aged children with Down Syndrome?

An ongoing memory research program at the University of NSW is currently recruiting school aged children with Down syndrome:

We are currently looking for participants aged 6-17 years old with Down Syndrome for a study at the University of New South Wales. The study will involve participating in a series of memory tasks with pictures and objects and a standardized task to measure cognitive and communication sk
ills. The study is on-campus, parking is free and you will be paid $10 to cover petrol costs. The participant will also receive a certificate and will get to choose a small thank-you gift at the end of the session.


If you’re interested in further information or would like to participate, please contact Lynette Roberts on 0405 721 076 or at lynette.roberts@unsw.edu.au



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