Tuesday 20th April 7.30pm-8.30pm Prof Gert Westermann: Curious babies

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The Lancaster University Psychology Department is returning to your screens with a series of Research Showcase talks from April, 2021!

The first talk will be held on Tuesday 20th April 7.30pm-8.30pm by Prof Gert Westermann

Curious babies: Infants are not merely absorbing information that is provided to them, but they are active participants in their own learning, creating opportunities to learn based on their intrinsic curiosity. In this talk you will learn more about Prof Westermann's work on trying to understand how curiosity drives infants' exploration and how this affects their ability to learn.

Each seminar lasts 30 minutes, with 30 minutes for questions (it will go live 30 minutes before the talk is scheduled to start).

You can join a seminar anonymously via any internet browser. You can type questions during the talk for the speaker to answer.

Click here to join the Curious babies talk.

Please look out for other interesting seminars hosted by the Psychology Department via this link.

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