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For example if all your friends have an Apple device, you can use Apple’s i Message and Face Time to communicate with each other.
But what if a friend has an Android phone or Windows phone, or no device? Tango is available for i OS devices, Android phones and tablets, and Windows phones and PC’s and.
With over 160 million registered users, it’s quite possible your teen may have heard of or is using Tango.
Tango is multi-platform, meaning it can be used with friends who use different types of devices.
From left: Christiane Conn Tomik ’03 (Alumni Relations), Rachel Le Witt (’13), Lauren Myers (Psychology Department) and Renee Gallo (’14). All Rights Reserved., part of the Psychology Department at Lafayette College conducts top-quality scientific research on how and why people of all ages think, remember, and feel.
Our fun games and activities for children are scientifically designed so that we can find out how they understand the world differently than adults.
We are trying to learn more about how children understand symbols.
We all use symbols everyday – we use language to communicate, we view photographs to remember happy memories, we use maps to navigate to unfamiliar places, we view videos to learn new things, and so on.
For adults, these are easy things to understand, but children have to make sense of the world around them.
They have to how to read maps, how photos & videos differ from the real world, and how to communicate information through drawing and writing. In our studies, we aim to understand how children In our Face Time study for toddlers, we are studying children’s learning from video interactions with people.
It takes two to Tango, but with the Tango app you can tango with up to 50 people at once.