As one of the lucky recipients of the LuCiD Travel Award, I was able to spend time at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig (MPI), working as part of Mike Tomasello’s Child
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“Wheah’s the cah? Did you pahk it in Hahvahd Yahd?” While this pronunciation probably doesn’t raise any eyebrows with our British readers, it is very distinctive to American ears, clearly identifying
As one of the lucky recipients of the LuCiD Travel Award, I was able to spend October at Cornell University, US, working as part of Prof Morten Christiansen’s Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory (CNL).
LuCiD Travel Awards Call LuCiD is offering travel awards to fund study visits to our partners or related overseas research institutes to take place in late 2016 or early 2017. The purpose of the visit
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
Amy Bidgood was awarded a LuCiD travel grant to visit the ANU Language Lab in Canberra and work with experts conducting research on children's play. She describes her experiences in this blog.