The Bedtime Boost Trial is a feasibility and pilot randomised controlled trial of a parent-administered intervention on children’s pre-bed activities.
The PACS study analyses how differences in pre-school children’s performance on attention control and cognitive tasks are associated with their behaviour.
Bath Babylab contributes to the TABLET project. This project investigates how infants' touchscreen use impacts their cognitive, brain and social development.
Children are like little scientists, testing out their ideas to find out how the world works.
At the Bath Babylab we hope to find out more about how infants and toddlers learn and develop. This will help to increase the scientific understanding of child development, and support parents and practitioners to make more informed decisions for young people.
Our research needs participants. You can get involved by:
- participating in our online studies
- taking part in research studies at our family-friendly Bath Babylab
Are you pregnant or do you have children under 16? We frequently run research studies and public engagement activities that volunteers can take part in.
Why take part
By taking part in our studies, you will:
- learn more about how your child's mind works
- contribute to research that could improve the diagnosis of developmental conditions and improve young people's lives
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Psychologists at the University of Bath will open their doors to the public through a fascinating new initiative focused on children’s development.
New research from Bath psychologist Dr Rachael Bedford highlights some of the effects regular use of touchscreens could have on toddlers.
New research from Dr Rachael Bedford as part of the TABLET project recruited 12-month-old infants who had different levels of touchscreen usage.