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Thursday, November 12, 2009



I participated in this study too -- and my only complaint is that they promised to send me copies of my daughter's results and never did! (I even called twice to remind them.) I agree that it was fun and interesting to see the child development researchers at work. (And I'm sure TLG wasn't the first uncooperative toddler.)

This would be interesting. I had a friend in her 30s who used to sign up for tons of science experiments and she'd have to do quirky things throughout the day and go back and get her blood tested, etc. I guess she liked participating in history (or maybe the attention?) We don't have anything like this where I live (small town in southern Oregon)...

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