This study is actively recruiting,

Study Name: Seeking typically developing children (3 to 17 years old) and adults to participate in a research study at Kennedy Krieger Institute and Johns Hopkins Medicine 

Description:  Participate either from home or in the lab in Baltimore, MD

At Home Option: you will need a computer connected to the internet and you will be asked to complete a game on a website.

In Lab Options (choose as many as you would like): computer-based tasks, treadmill walking tasks, virtual reality tasks, reaching tasks with a robot, and an MRI scan where we take pictures of your brain while you look at pictures, move your arm, or squeeze a device.

There are no medical benefits or significant risks to you for joining this research study. Participation will take 1-5 hours (with multiple visits possible). Participants will be compensated for their time. WHO: Children with Tourette Syndrome and typically developing children

Eligibility & Criteria

IRB# 00276939

Principal Investigator: Amy J. Bastian, PhD

Eligible Age Range: Children (ages 3 - 17) and Adults

Diagnosis: Typically Developing

Contact:  For more information or if interested in participating, use the QR code on the flyer or contact the Motion Analysis Lab directly: | 443-923-2716

Click here to view study flyer.