- Antigonish, Nova Scotia
In collaboration with daycare centres and Summer Recreation associations we conduct research with children and their parents in this rural University town.
- Fredericton, New Brunswick
Fredericton is a small eastern Canadian city and provincial capital. The Province of New Brunswick is officially bilingual (French/English) and the rural Indigenous population is currently receiving long overdue attention in language rights, culture and education.
- Vancouver, British Columbia
We collaborate with elementary and secondary schools, their students and their families in this western multicultural Canadian city that has a large and growing immigrant (especially Asian) population and a significant Indigenous presence.
- Nanjing, Jiangsu
Our research is based in two communities, involving long-term ethnographic fieldwork and experimental studies in schools and with families from diverse backgrounds.
- Hangzhou, Zhejiang
We examined children’s development of inequity aversion in Hangzhou, a large-sized city in south-east China.
Our research is based in a middle-class preschool community, involving ethnographic fieldwork, questionnaire survey and experimental methods.
In collaboration with the Shuar Health and Life History project, our team works with the forager-horticulturalist Shuar of Amazonian Ecuador.
- Shrikakulum, Andhra Pradesh
In collaboration with the local NGO Arthik Samata Mandal, we conduct research in a few rural villages in this predominantly agricultural district.
- San Pedro de Saño District
We conduct research with children in several small villages in this district through the collaboration of local schools.
The historical research was conducted in a Han Chinese village (descendants from Southeast China) near Taipei, from 1958 to 1960. It combined ethnographic fieldwork, questionnaire survey and psychological tests.
- Fort Portal
In collaboration with the Kasisii Project, our team works with schools & communities in Fort Portal, Uganda.
We have carried out a project involving ethnographic fieldwork and experimental studies in one school and community.
- Ann Arbor
We test children in schools, at local museums, in public parks, and through the university database.
We test adults and children in schools, at local museums and in public parks. We aim to recruit participants that reflect the ethnic and economic diversity of the Boston Metropolitan Area.
[More information coming soon.]