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Community EngagementStudy Findings & Resources

Birthing Justice Screening: Resources Dedicated to Black Maternal Mental Health

Our lab hosted a screening of a new documentary, Birthing Justice (trailer below), which addresses health disparities Black mothers face when accessing care. As the creators of the documentary state, the purpose "is two-fold: to discuss issues fueling the maternal health crisis within the African American community and to advocate for best practices to enhance birthing equity for all women, especially Black women. The…
April 25, 2023
Child DevelopmentStudy Findings & Resources

Embracing Cultural Heritage – Dr. Natalie Brito

Professor Natalie Brito was recently featured on CBS Mornings discussing the important topic of raising kids to embrace their cultural heritage. She shares her opinions around culture, racism and discrimination and the importance of talking about these openly as a family. Watch the clip on Twitter to find out why!  
January 31, 2023
Study Findings & Resources

OWLET – Online Webcam Linked Eye Tracker​ for Infants

We are currently recruiting families with infants between 3 and 12-months of age to participate in a fun online study focusing on infant attention. We are able to estimate infant eye gaze using OWLET (Online Webcam Linked Eye Tracker), and families can participate using their laptops, tablets, or smartphones. Please click HERE to be contacted to participate!
January 11, 2023