Watching television or playing with smart phone apps does not have any effect on children’s language development – providing they still spend time reading, researchers have found.
Before speech, babies rely on interactions with their parents to learn about their environment and develop language. The features of these interactions are often studied by researchers and highlighted
It's been a great week for a couple of members of our wider network, with James Brand awarded his PhD and Amber Muhinyi winning 1st prize in the Best Student Poster Award at IASCL 2017.
The LuCiD Seminar Series will be back for its fourth year this October, with the full line up of speakers now confirmed. As in previous years, the series programme covers a range of different topics…
LuCiD researchers are descending on Lyon this week for the 14th International Congress for the Study of Child Language
The visual development of babies in the womb has been explored for the first time ever, revealing a clear preference for face-like shapes. Researchers have found that fetuses at 34 weeks are like…