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Rowland, C. (2015). Nativism in language acquisition research: Conflict and consensus with constructivism. Paper presented at Perspectives on nativism, Edinburgh, UK.
Ambridge, B., Pine, J. M., & Lieven, E.V.M. (2015). Explanatory adequacy is not enough: Response to commentators on 'Child language acquisition: Why universal grammar doesn't help. Language: Perspectives, 91(3): E116-126
Dingemanse, M., Blasi, D. E., Lupyan, G., Christiansen, M. H., & Monaghan, P (2015). Arbitrariness, iconicity and systematicity in language. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 19, 603-615.
Theakston, A. (2015). A Formal Occasion. Nursery World Magazine, 24 August, 26-29.
Boundy, L., Cameron-Faulkner, T. & Theakston, A. (2015). Exploring early proto-declarative behaviours: A fine-grained analysis of infant's early shows and gives. Poster presented at Gesture in Language Development Workshop, Warwick, 2015.
Noble, C., Lieven, E., Iqbal, F. & Theakston, A (2015). Converging and competing cues in the acquisition of syntactic structures: the conjoined agent intransitive. Journal of Child Language. doi: 10.1017/S0305000915000288
Frost, R., Twomey, K. E., Taylor, G., Westermann, G. and Monaghan P. (2015). Word for word. Nursery World Magazine, 27 July, 21-23
Atherton, D. (2015). Personalizing Motivation: Combining Motivation Theories and Persuasive Technology for Children's Language Development. Paper presented at Persuasive Technology Conference . Chicago, USA.
Taylor, G. & Herbert, J.S. (2015). The role of language cues on flexible memory retrieval at 12-months of age. Poster to be presented at the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology , San Sebastian, Spain.
Twomey, K. E., & Westermann, G. (2015). Curiosity optimises learning in a simulated infant categorisation task. Paper presented at the British Psychological Society Developmental and Social Section Annual Conference, Manchester, UK.
Twomey, K. E., & Westermann, G. (2015). A neural network model of curiosity-driven infant categorization. Paper presented at the Fifth Joint IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning and on Epigenetic Robotics, Brown University, USA.
Rowland, C. & Peter, M. (2015). Up to speed? Nursery World Magazine, 15 June, 18-20.