Early Cognitive Development Lab


Welcome to the web page for the Early Cognitive Development Lab at the University of Regina! We are a research group dedicated to studying how infants’ and children’s thinking develops as they experience the people and world around them. More specifically, we investigate how infants and young children perceive human action, how they remember the behaviour of others, and how their own experience influences their reasoning about other people’s actions.

Click any of the links above to learn more about who we are, our current and past research projects, and how you can participate. We always need helpful volunteers like you!

Have fun exploring!

Current Studies

We run studies with infants, toddlers, and young children on a continuous basis, so we always need a pool of volunteers to call. Even if your child is not the right age for a current study, they could be in a week, a month, or next year! So if you are generally interested in volunteering, click here to sign up!

4- and 5-month-olds!

We are currently looking for 4- and 5-month-old babies for a longitudinal study on action perception! See the video below for more details, and click here to sign up!