We conduct a diverse range of research studies with children of all ages.  We are always looking for new participants (newborns to 17 years old) for our research, as the help of you and your child(ren) is invaluable for the successful completion of these studies – and, subsequently, making a positive difference in society.

Our experience over the years shows us that children (and parents) enjoy participating in research as much as we do!

Once registered on our participant list, you may be contacted either by phone or e-mail (depending on your preference) regarding research studies for which your child(ren) are eligible to take part (i.e. within the specified age range).  The researcher will inform you about the study (aims and procedures) and give you the opportunity to ask any questions.

If you decide that you would like your child(ren) to participate, the researcher will arrange a time that is convenient for you and your child(ren) to visit our Department.  If you decide that you would not like your child(ren) to participate, you may decline the invitation.  For all our studies, participation for both you and your child(ren) is voluntary and you may withdraw at any time without giving a reason and without any negative consequence.

You may also withdraw your child(ren) at any time from the participant list by sending an e-mail to: early-development@port.ac.uk.

For any further information or queries that you may have before completing this form, please send an e-mail to: early-development@port.ac.uk.

Register to take part in psychology research

Parent / Guardian contact information

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Child(ren) information

Here you can submit information for up to 5 children.  For more than 5 children, please submit two online forms.
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