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Iain Jackson, Anna Theakston, Eugenio Parise and Vincent Reid (2016). Agents, patients, and actions: What is encoded in 12-month-olds’ perceptions of dynamic events? Poster presented at the Lancaster Conference on Infant and Child Development, Lancaster, UK
Trotter, A. S., Frost, R. L. A., & Monaghan, P. (2016). Natural language cues, and the acquisition of artificial grammars. Poster presented at the Fifth Implicit Learning Seminar. Lancaster, UK.
Trotter, A. S., Frost, R. L. A., & Monaghan, P. (2016). Multiple natural language cues assist the processing of hierarchical structure. (1) Poster presented at the 22nd annual AMLaP Conference. Bilbao, Spain.
de Ruiter, L., Theakston, A., Brandt, S. & Lieven, E. (2016). Additional complexity in complex sentences in child-directed speech. In T. Tenbrink (Ed.) Proceedings of the UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, p.29.
de Ruiter, L., Theakston, A., Brandt, S. & Lieven, E. (2016). “You’ve always got to wash your hands before you eat food” - The role of the input in children’s acquisition of adverbial clauses in complex sentences. Paper presented at the 2nd LuCiD Language and Communicative Development conference, Manchester.
Taylor, G., Monaghan, P. & Westermann, G. (2016). Children’s verb learning from touchscreen apps. Poster presented at the Lancaster Conference in Infant and Child Development, Lancaster, UK.
Taylor, G., Monaghan, P. & Westermann, G. (2016). Children’s verb learning: Touchscreen apps versus live interactions. Paper presented at the British Psychological Society: Developmental Psychology Section Annual Conference, Belfast, UK.
Lieven, E. (2016). Usage-based approaches to language development: Where do we go from here? Language and Cognition, 8(3), pp. 346–368
Lieven, Elena (2016). The science behind how children learn to talk and why it matters. Invited talk presented at the Faculty of Education, Leipzig University
Cheung, S. and Westermann, G. (2016). Developmental differences in phonemic perception between monolingual and bilingual infants. Poster presented at the 1st Lancaster Conference on Infant & Child Development, Lancaster, UK.
Loucaides, M., Twomey, K. E., and Westermann, G. (2016). The effect of labelling on infants’ object exploration. (1) Marina Loucaides, Katherine E Twomey and Gert Westermann presented this poster.
Kliesch, C., Reid, V. M., Theakston, A., Parise, E. (2016). Infants’ understanding of teleological actions after ostensive communication. (1) Budapest Summer School on Memory and Metarepresentation, Budapest, HU