What does your baby see?


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What does your baby see?
At University College London we devise new methods for testing how babies and children develop the vision they need for everyday tasks - recognising objects and people, reaching for toys, crossing the road, finding their way around. These tests help us to find out more about how the eye-brain systems develop normally, and why this development sometimes goes wrong.
You can be part of our research!
If you are interested in finding out how scientists investigate infants' development, you and your baby can participate in our studies. Just send us an email with your contact information and your baby's age. As many of our tests are for children in the first three months of life, it is especially helpful to hear from parents as soon as possible after birth. We will get back to you to send you further information.

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