Child Development Research Laboratory (CDRL)

The Child Development Research Laboratory, within the CDL, was established in 1993 for the study of social development of infants and young children. The CDRL features a closed-circuit audio/video recording system. Research areas include the study of infant/peer interaction in group settings, conflict development, pro-social interaction, and parent-child interaction. Undergraduate and graduate students participate in all aspects of the research to learn about child development and research methodology.