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For participants

When you participate in one of our studies, you will make a contribution to science and help us discover how people acquire, maintain or lose languages across the lifespan.

Become a participant

We are always looking for volunteers to participate in our studies. Participants range from young infants to young adults and elderly people, acquiring or speaking one or multiple languages. Your data will be anonymized and kept strictly confidential.

If you are interested in participating, please register yourself or your child here. We will  contact you if a suitable study comes up. If you have questions you can e-mail contact-lab@iln.uio.no

Covid-19 pandemic

Your safety is our top priority. We have established new procedures and guidelines to minimize the infection risk, such as thorough cleaning before and after every participant. Note that people who are in a moderate or high risk group for Covid-19 according to official guidelines cannot participate in studies at the moment. For more information, please contact the lab manager (contact-lab@iln.uio.no).

Babylab 

We are currently looking for infants between 0-18 months of age. You can find more information about our baby studies and who to contact here.

Control group for Studies of Multilingual Aphasia 

We are currently looking to recruit participants for the control group in the Multilingual Aphasia study.


a wheelchair accessible wash basin
The lab is universally accessible and equipped with a wheelchair-friendly washbasin that can for instance be used for removing the conductive gel that is used in EEG experiments. 

How to get here

The lab is located on the first floor of Henrik Wergelands hus, at Blindern campus in Oslo. It is very close to both the Forskningsparken metro stop and Universitetet Blindern tram stop. If you come by car, you can park at metered parking spaces marked with B.

Visiting address

First floor, rooms 113-116
Henrik Wergelands hus
Niels Henrik Abels vei 36
0313 OSLO

Published Jan. 21, 2020 11:05 AM - Last modified May 27, 2020 1:15 PM