Arizona State University - Child Study Lab


The Child Study Laboratory (CSL) was established by the Psychology Department of Arizona State University in 1972. It is one of three early childhood centers administered by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The CSL offers a variety of early education classes for young children. The children attend either morning or afternoon with the youngest children attending with a parent. The average enrollment per class is 16 children and each class is taught by a master teacher who is assisted by two to four undergraduates who are enrolled in an upper division psychology class. The CSL provides a developmentally appropriate curriculum that is based on the premise that play is the primary medium through which children develop intellectual, social and perceptual motor competence.


950 S. McAllister Ave P.O. Box 871104
Tempe, AZ 85287

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