December 7, 2021

Research Opportunity for Parents of Toddlers and Preschoolers

Are you the parent of a two- to five-year old child? You may be able to participate in an online research study to help develop a new questionnaire for measuring emotion management in children.


Many toddlers and preschoolers experience strong emotions, but currently available questionnaires are not always reliable when used to assess emotions in very young children. The purpose of this University of Pittsburgh study is to create a new questionnaire for measuring emotion management in toddlers and preschoolers. Researchers hope their findings lead to better ways to support healthy emotional development in young children in the future.

Participation involves one online session during which parents will complete online questionnaires for about 30 minutes to one hour. Participants will be compensated $50.

For more information, visit the study’s website.


December 18, 2020

Families Invited to Complete Online COVID-19 Survey

Do you have an elementary-age child (five to 12 years old) who goes to a public school? If yes, you are invited to participate in an online survey to share your experience during the COVID-19 pandemic.



The purpose of the Children, COVID-19, and its Consequences (the “Triple C”) Project is to analyze how COVID-19 is affecting familial economic and child well-being. Triple C is the first study to provide a comprehensive portrait of the well-being of families and children across multiple cities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Families who complete the survey will receive a $25 electronic Amazon gift card. Researchers may contact survey participants to complete follow-up surveys three months and nine months after the completion of the first survey.

Sign Up To Participate

To sign up, please visit the Triple C study page.

More Information

This research is sponsored by the University of Pittsburgh in collaboration with Duke University, University of Washington, and Rutgers University. For questions, text 240.449.9898 or email

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