August 25, 2021

Early Childhood Studies and Surveys: Be A Participant

Are you interested in sharing your experiences to advance the early childhood field? Check out this list of early childhood studies and surveys.

Join a Study or Survey

Measuring Emotional Health in Toddlers

Want to help UMPC develop a new tool for measuring emotional health in toddlers? Sign up to complete an online survey to answer questions about your child’s emotional health. Parents of children ages two to five years old are eligible. Survey respondents receive a $50 Amazon Gift Card.

Email to sign up and learn more.

Attitudes Towards Trauma-Informed Care Survey

OCDEL invites administrators and supervisors who provide supervision to early childhood professionals working with (or supporting) children ages birth through eight and their families to participate in the Attitudes Towards Trauma-Informed Care (ARTIC) Survey. The survey is a three-year project that will help guide statewide decision-making around workforce development and early childhood mental health resources on trauma-informed care.

To learn more, visit the Pennsylvania Key website. To participate, you must complete this sign-up form by August 31, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. For questions, contact Brandy Fox at



Submit Your Study or Survey

Are you recruiting survey or research participants? Submit a Research Submissions Form to have your opportunity featured in Trying Together’s bi-weekly news posts, newsletters, social posts, and more!

To be featured in our next post, submit the form by Monday, September 6. All opportunities submitted after that date will be featured in the following post. Opportunities related to children and families are preferred, but other topics are considered on a case-by-case basis.



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