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A Research Opportunity for Families with Infants Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

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Help researchers explore whether early language experience impacts how infants who are deaf or hard of hearing develop their ability to recognize differences between quantities. 
 
In this study babies are shown a series of images on the left and right sides of the screen. The child’s interest in these images will tell researchers what they know about the differences between the sets (an important indicator of their number sense).  
 
Eligible families will receive a $5 Amazon Gift Card as a thank you for their participation!
 
This research opportunity is for families with five- to 11-month-old children who are deaf or hard of hearing in the US or Canada. Caregivers can participate virtually when it’s convenient!
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Clarke Audiologist Shares Why Hearing Health Matters

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