What do kids think about people and the world around them?

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Gorana Gonzalez, M.S. 



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What do kids think about people and the world around them? 
Researchers at UMass Amherst are recruiting kids ages 5-12 years to participate in a study! 

We are conducting a study about how kids who are Black, White, or Mixed (Black & White)* think their peers would interact with authority figures, like police or firefighters. 

The study will be conducted with a trained researcher through a one time visit on Zoom, which can be done in the comfort of your home. The session will last about 30-40 minutes and children will be compensated $5. 

Soon after the study, we hope to follow up with parents to complete a survey. Parents will also be compensated for completing the follow-up survey. 

Scan the QRC or visit this link to sign up for the study and we'll reach out to you though email to set an appointment! 

*children who identify as Multiracial or Mixed Black are still welcome to participate.

Project leader: Gorana Gonzalez, M.S. 
Contact: thecadlab@umass.edu 


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