Duke Sense to Know (S2K) Study


The Duke Sense to Know (S2K) Study is working to develop new, faster ways to assess child development using technology that parents can use in their own homes.The S2K uses a six-minute child development screening app with fun, short movies you and your baby watch, with a fun game at the end.  By recording how your child responds to these movies, we can learn a lot about your child's development. The S2K was created by experts in child development at Duke University so you can partner with us at home to learn about how your baby or child grows. Your participation will help us to better understand early development of children and to improve their health and outcomes. Learn more at SensetoKnow.health

Contact: sensetoknow@duke.edu


Criteria: 6 months – 36 months

Enrollment status: In Progress

Date: June 30, 2022

Prinicipal Investigators: Geraldine Dawson, PhD  and Guillermo Sapiro, MD

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