Welcome to the

DASH PROJECT

DEVELOPMENT OF ADOLESCENT SOCIAL HEALTH

WHAT WE STUDY

The DASH Project is an NIH-funded study under Dr. Suzy Scherf at the Penn State lab of Developmental Neuroscience. We are interested in how puberty influences brain development and the way we see people. In this study we measure brain function, body metrics, behavior and social experience. We use fMRI to investigate changes in the developing brain.

If you are interested in learning more about the Penn State Lab

of Developmental Neuroscience, Dr. Scherf, or any of our other projects,

click here

 
 
CHILD
PARTICIPANTS

 

We are currently recruiting Children 

Ages 6-8

Families earn up to $185 in compensation

Includes 4-5

 in-person sessions

at Penn State

ADOLESCENT 
PARTICIPANTS

 

We are currently recruiting Adolescents 

Ages 10-14

Families earn up to $630 in compensation

Includes 7-14

 in-person sessions

at Penn State

YOUNG ADULT
PARTICIPANTS

 

We are currently recruiting Young Adults 

Ages 18-22

Participants earn up to $145 in compensation

Includes 3 in-person sessions

at Penn State

DASH Project

PARTICIPANTS
 

CONTACT US!

If you want to learn more about the DASH Project or are interested in participating, 

 

email us at 

dash.science.psu@gmail.com

call us at

814-954-0112

 

 Complete a confidential screening form to see if you or your child is eligible

The Lab of Developmental Neuroscience is Located on the 4th 

floor of the Moore Building at Penn State University

Moore Building

Pennsylvania State University

State College, PA
16802

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