Child and Family Research Laboratory was established within the KHAS Department of Psychology in 2019, with a dedicated focus on researching cognitive development during infancy and early childhood. Our research is centered on the development of children’s self-regulation, attention, and language skills, as well as the environmental factors influencing these developmental processes.

Some of the key research areas within our work include:

  • Cognitive and linguistic development in preschool children
  • The interactions between mother-infant dyads and the factors that influence these interactions
  • The screen usage patterns of both children and parents and its relationship with cognitive development
  • The development of attention in infants and the factors that impact it