Stage 18 months in the Israeli study for family development is in its final call! If you are parents for a child in the age of 15-20 months and you want to participate in our research, please turn to us through the mail firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone-025883798.
Our age 11 stage in the Longitudinal Israeli study of Twins (LIST) is in its pick! The study examines how children develop their values priorities during the transition to adolescence, and how they are influences from different environmental and heritable factors.
The “Scientists night” in the living lab at the Bloomfield science museum of Jerusalem ended successfully with around 30 awesome children participating in our experiments. For more details about the project visit the open lab website: http://arnonlanguagelab.wix.com/livinglab
Greetings to our head of the lab- Prof. Ariel Knafo-Noam, for winning the prestigious Bruno award, given to young scientists who made outstanding contribution to research.
Congratulations to Reut Avinun, a PhD student in our lab, for receiving the prestigious Rothschild scholarships for Post-doctoral studies! We wish you a great research experience in Duke University!