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
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We know that the way in which words are presented will affect how children learn them. Some words refer to amazing and exciting things (chocolate, birthday, santa!!), but some refer to things that we
Parent and baby classes are increasingly popular, and the choice greater than ever. But given that these classes are often expensive, do they deliver any of the benefits they claim to? Find out more..
In our final Nursery World Magazine article, Prof Julian Pine discusses the clever mistakes children make when learning to talk. Why do children make these errors and what should parents, caregivers a
Come along for a weekend full of family-friendly fun at the Manchester Museum and discover more about the science behind the way we learn to communicate with language. Join LuCiD researchers
LuCiD researcher, Amy Bidgood, is running a 5-week accredited course in Liverpool, 'How do children learn language?'. The course covers various aspects of language acquisition, including how babies…