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Signup form for participants at the Oxford BabyLab.

Parents living in the Oxfordshire Area are invited to register their interest in taking part in research at the Oxford University Babylab and affiliated research groups in the Oxford Centre for Developmental Science.

Most research at the BabyLab is designed for children aged between 0 and 30 months. Groups at the Centre also conduct studies with older children and adolescents. If you would like us to contact you with information about studies your children can take part in, please register your interest using the form below.We will get in touch
with you once we have a study suitable for your child’s age.

For your visit, we provide free parking and can give you a small gift as a token of appreciation for your participation.

Please fill in the form below:

The University of Oxford is the data controller with respect to your personal data. For more information about how it is used, please contact babylab@psy.ox.ac.uk.
Name of parent or guardian providing information
Please enter the details for the youngest child below. There is a siblings field at the bottom of the form to input details of other siblings. Alternatively, please feel free to submit an extra form with the other children's details, and state in the 'siblings' information for each form that there are multiple forms.
If currently unborn, put same values as date due
From most common to least common
Please input names, dates of birth, and gender of any older siblings who are still living at home. This information is very useful to BabyLab researchers. If you have entered separate forms for siblings, please indicate so here
Premature birth (4 weeks or more), vision or hearing problems, dyslexia, dyspraxia, stuttering, language delay, other developmental problems (e.g. autism, learning difficulty)