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Perceptual Motor Lab.

Perceptual motor lab provides a space to conduct research pertaining to both education and medical aspects of early childhood intervention. Subjects in the research include typically developing children, children with or at risk for developmental delays, children with all kinds of disabilities etc. The possible research processes in the laboratory are parent-child interaction, child development assessment, and parent interviews etc. Besides, the laboratory is an isolated space with various large-size perceptual motor equipments. The one-way mirror on one side of the lab provides a chance for parents and researchers to observe the child's performance during test. The wide space of the Perceptual motor lab can also allow the cameras to be set up for the purposes of research and teaching.