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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Dr Evan Kidd
I am an associate professor at The Australian National University (ANU) and the head of the ANU Language Lab. My research investigates the psychology of language, with a main focus on the developmental processes that contribute to language acquisition and use. My current research interests include (i) the acquisition and processing of syntax, (ii) the neurocognitive mechanisms that support syntax acquisition and use (e.g., memory, statistical learning), (iii) the role of socio-cognitive processes such as symbolic play in language acquisition, and (iv) the use and function of non-standard language varieties (e.g., Australian Slang).