Studies with Children and Adolescents

Verzauberte Lebensmittel - Online Study

The Max Planck Research Group Naturalistic Social Cognition is interested in how children learn properties (e.g. edible or non-edible) from plant foods. Your child will be shown a series of sets of pictures, e.g. of three fruits. For each set the researchers will mention properties to your child (for example, that the first fruit is edible and the second fruit is not edible) and then ask her/ him whether the third fruit is edible or not.

Age Group: Children aged between 4 and 5 years inclusive.
Prerequisite for participating: The child hears (and speaks) at least 50% German in their everyday life.
Contact Persons: Camille Rioux, Dulce Erdt
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The Max Planck Research Group Naturalistic Social Cognition is interested in how babies react to plant and food compared to artifacts and other natural entities (such as shells). They will present different child-friendly objects to the child. These are artificial artifacts, plants and shells and real food, such as fruit or vegetables and see how fast the children are approaching these objects.

Age Group: Babies in the age between 7 and 15 months.
Prerequisite for participatingNo food allergies. The child hears (and speaks) at least 50% German in their everyday life.
Contact Persons: Camille Rioux, Dulce Erdt
Email:

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