Congratulations to DOME Lab senior JoAnna Putman, who received her Aggie Ring on the Fall 2018 Aggie Ring Day!
The DOME Lab will comprise one of the behaviors coding teams in the new Play and Learning Across A Year (PLAY) collaboration led by researchers at New York University and Penn State. The project will involve collecting videos, from 900 families across 30 geographically-diverse sites, of developing infants and children interacting with their mothers. Videos will be coded, transcribed, and available to researchers as a standing resource for investigating multiple aspects of infant and child development.
Read more about the project here.
Dr. Brooker will be reviewing applications for a graduate student to begin in the Fall 2019. Interested students should review our current research projects and student descriptions on this website. Applications can come through either the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences or the Texas A&M Institute for Neuroscience; separate deadlines apply.
Contact DOMELab@tamu.edu or email@example.com with additional questions.
Howdy! The DOME Lab has spent the last year transitioning from Montana State University in Bozeman, MT to Texas A&M University in College Station, TX. We are so excited to be back in touch with you and letting you know what we are doing. Check back for lab activities, news, events and information for families.