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CMAPS: Mapping Profiles of Cognition, Motivation and Attention in Childhood

13 July 2020

Are you based in the UK? Is your child 10-16 years old? Are you interested in how children's brains change as they become teenagers?

We are looking for families to help with online research. Try out our newly developed interactive online activities and collect tokens as you go!

Many shopping vouchers up for grabs (1 x£100, 5 x £50, 10 x £30), plus all families who take part will receive an educational newsletter with science-themed games for the whole family!


Ethical approval

This study was approved by the King's College London ethics committee on 16th March 2020 (HR-19/20-17193).

About the researcher

This study is run by a team of researchers from King's College London. We are interested in better understanding different profiles of social and attentional functioning in school-age children, and how these are linked to strengths and difficulties in social behaviour. We hope this research will help children who may experience social difficulties.

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