Hear from Finn, an A level student, who completed a Nuffield Placement at the Child Study Centre in Manchester.
The Canberra Longitudinal Child Language Project, a sister project to LuCiD's Language 0-5, follows just over 100 children from the age of 9 months until they are 5 years. The project has many
In May 2016 I attended the 20th Biennial meeting of the International Congress on Infant Studies in New Orleans alongside 22 of my peers from the Lancaster University BabyLab. For me, as a young…
Language is complex and rich, and the ability to acquire it is nothing short of remarkable. In an attempt to help explain how learners manage to do so, researchers have looked to the speech we hear,…
The world is an incredibly complicated place when it comes to learning your first words. Imagine a toddler playing with a toy duck, a toy rabbit, and a brand new, orange toy with a very long neck. The
How children learn verbs is one of the trickiest conundrums facing researchers in language acquisition. Nouns are easy: it’s not surprising that the first object names babies learn are for the objects