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    Default Seeking Kids Under 3.5 Years for Research. Get a Gift Card and Book Pack!

    Pearson is seeking kids from all across Australia to take part in research on childhood development.

    Children must be aged 16 days to 3.5 years old. Both parents must not have completed a university degree.

    Your child will take part in a 30 – 90 minute play-based assessment with an experienced researcher. They will do things like draw, point at pictures, play with toys, count, and talk. While your child is doing the assessment you will complete two short questionnaires.

    You will receive a $30 Woolworths Gift Card and a pack of three children's books worth $20!

    To find out more and apply, click this link:

    www.pearsonclinical.com.au/participant

    Apply today and Pearson will be in touch about research opportunities in your area. Limited spots available.

    All your information will remain confidential and will only be used for research purposes.

    If you have read this far, whether this type of project is for you or not, could you please write a quick reply below - just one word will do - so that the thread stays in New Posts and others can find it. Thanks in advance.

    If you have questions or would like to know more, do not hesitate to contact the research team at: research@pearson.com.au

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    I've applied. This looks interesting.

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    When you say both parents must not have completed a university degree, do you mean neither parent can hold a degree or one can, but both can’t?

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    Hi MLadyEm, in order to take part, neither parent/caregiver can have completed a university degree.

    Thanks very much for your interest and please let me know if you have any other questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MLadyEm View Post
    When you say both parents must not have completed a university degree, do you mean neither parent can hold a degree or one can, but both can’t?
    I think they’re saying both must not have a degree, as in, neither parent can have a degree.

    We both have degrees so we’re out, I would have been interested in it though!


 

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