- Organization: MIT
- Causes: Educational, Health, Kids
- Contact person: Julia Leonard
- Phone: 617-715-4228
- Email: email@example.com
Interested in how your child learns? So are we!
We are looking for kids who attend public school and are entering the 9th grade to participate in this exciting study!
What is the study: The goal of the MIT brain study is to better understand how the brain learns and remembers. Your child’s brain is still growing and we want to see how the changes in their brain influence their learning. We hope that learning more about the developing brain will one day help students, teachers, and schools in new and exciting ways.
What is involved?
o Play fun learning and memory games at MIT
o Play some games inside a brain scanner and get a picture of your brain
o Learn about your brain from MIT neuroscientists
o Receive $100 in Amazon gift cards
How to participate? Contact the Gabrieli lab at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-715-4228
Where? MIT campus in Cambridge (a short walk from Kendall/MIT red line T-stop). We provide free parking.
When? At your convenience, weekdays or weekends. The visit will be for 4 hours, but the parent is not required to be present the whole time.
More Information: This investigation is conducted at MIT by Professor John Gabrieli
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