Live chat with Babylab language researchers Katie and Silke

Hello and welcome to our 32nd live chat with Katie and Silke from Lancaster University Babylab, where they both study first language acquisition in babies and toddlers. We've been on a roll recently with live chats about baby language, communication, signing, acquisition and bilingualism (check this page to browse through all of our previous chats), … Continue reading Live chat with Babylab language researchers Katie and Silke

Live chat with language therapist Helen Cain

Here is our 31st chat write-up with Helen Cain, Speech and Language Therapist and PhD student interested in children's language development and developmental communication impairments such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Specific Language Impairments (SLI). Also, if you are fascinated by this topic, you might like to have a read of some of the … Continue reading Live chat with language therapist Helen Cain

Live chat with researchers Sam, Caroline and Michelle from the Child Language Study Centre

Here is the latest write-up from our chat with researchers Sam Durrant, Caroline Rowland and Michelle Peter from the Language 0-5 Project. The Child Language Study Centre brings together researchers who are interested in various aspects of children’s language development, from the earliest stages of babble and gestures, through word learning, to how they master complex … Continue reading Live chat with researchers Sam, Caroline and Michelle from the Child Language Study Centre