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    Lab

    Erikson Institute: What Goes on in Children's Minds?

    Friday, Oct 12, 2012 9:00 - 10:30 AM @ Erikson Institute
    This event is over! Please check the 2020 schedule.
    LAB - Labs bring together small groups for an exclusive, first-hand look into what happens behind the scenes at some of the most innovative companies, community leaders and institutions around Chicago.

    Through simple hands-on experiments, explore some of the major building blocks of a child?s brain and discover simple tools for understanding the inner workings. Get a glimpse into the world of very young children and how they experience, make sense of, and navigate their environment.

    Hosted by: Margret Nickels, PhD, Director

    *REQUIREMENTS: Must be 14 or older to participate. No outside food or drink allowed.

    About the Organization:
    Erikson Institute is the nation?s premier graduate school in child development. Through our Center for Children and Families, we bring unparalleled experience directly to children and families. The Center provides comprehensive, family-centered assessment and therapy services to children from birth to age 8 with social-emotional, behavioral, developmental, and academic concerns.

    When
    Friday, Oct 12, 2012 9:00 - 10:30 AM
    Where
    Erikson Institute
    451 North LaSalle, Chicago, IL 60654
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