Yale Innovative Interactions Lab

309 Edwards St, New Haven, CT 06511, USA (203) 432-8361

Animals and Robots! Research Projects for Children and Adults

Join us on the Yale Central Campus for research projects involving dogs and robots!


Who: Moms, kids, and your family dog.

What: A 3-part project. During one visit you will be asked to bring your dog in with you.

You will be compensated $90 if you attend all three visits.

FOR AGES 6-13:

A brief (1 hour) study of how children interact with animals or robots.

Total Compensation: $20


Who: You and your pet dog.

What: A brief (1 hour) study of interactions between people and their dogs.

Total Compensation: $20

About our lab: The Yale Innovative Interactions lab is a research group directed by Dr. Alan E. Kazdin, within the Department of Psychology. Our center is dedicated to learning more about how people of all ages interact with animals and robots to improve their own wellbeing and cope with the challenges of daily life. To learn more about our work, please visit our research page: http://iilab.yale.edu/research

Email or call us for more information, or to schedule your appointment. You can also sign up to learn more at tinyurl.com/iilabsignup

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Country United States of America
State/Province Connecticut
distance: 49 Miles
Address 309 Edwards St, New Haven, CT 06511, USA
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