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Online Research Project Bulletin!

7 August 2020

Some of our fellow Babylabs are running online studies. We will be sharing them on our social media pages and as Research Project Bulletins! Click the links provided if you are interested in taking part or want to know more! Thank you in advance for your support. screenshot_2020-08-07_at_13.28.09.png

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Read more at: New Online Study!

New Online Study!

14 July 2020

NEW ONLINE STUDY! A group of Researchers from the Cambridge Babylab have designed a new online study looking at the impact of COVID-19 on expectant and new parents. The questionnaire takes 15-30mins to complete, follow the link! https://tinyurl.com/yb8jpkdg If you have any questions, please get in touch with Ezra .

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Read more at: New Publication Alert: Motor Abilities and the Motor Profile in Individuals with Williams Syndrome!

New Publication Alert: Motor Abilities and the Motor Profile in Individuals with Williams Syndrome!

10 July 2020

Dr Hana D'Souza from the Embodied Attention & Learning Lab has published a new article titled: "Motor Abilities and the Motor Profile in Individuals with Williams Syndrome"! To access the full paper, click here . Motor difficulties are present across a range of neurodevelopmental disorders, impacting on the development...

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Read more at: Last but not least: the virtual- International Congress of Infant Studies Poster Presentation!

Last but not least: the virtual- International Congress of Infant Studies Poster Presentation!

9 July 2020

PhD Student with the PIPKIN Project , Dianna Ilyka is presenting a poster from her previous Lab titled: "The effect of face orientation on audiovisual speech perception in infants at 5-6 months of age: An EEG/ERP study"! By the end of the first year of life infants show robust differential neural processing of upright and...

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Read more at: Day 4: the virtual-International Congress of Infant Studies!

Day 4: the virtual-International Congress of Infant Studies!

9 July 2020

Today is the final day of the virtual-International Congress of Infant Studies! Dr Maria Crespo-Llado is presenting her poster on: " The BRIGHT study : Using LENA to assess the linguistic environment of rural Gambia"! She used the LENA System to explore the linguistic environment within the home, of Gambian and UK infants...

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Read more at: The Finale: the virtual- International Congress of Infant Studies!

The Finale: the virtual- International Congress of Infant Studies!

9 July 2020

Today is the final day of the virtual-International Congress of Infant Studies & we have a number of our Researchers presenting (so keep an eye over the coming days as we will upload their posters here!). Two of the Researchers presenting are from the CNE Babylab: Dr Sinead Rocha is presenting her poster on: "...

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Read more at: Day 3 of the virtual-International Congress of Infant Studies!

Day 3 of the virtual-International Congress of Infant Studies!

8 July 2020

It's Day 3 of the virtual-International Congress of Infant Studies! Today, Dr Hana D'Souza from the Embodied Lab presented her poster: "Bilingual infants disengage faster and switch attention more frequently than monolingual infants". They found that Bilingual infants switch their attention more frequently and disengage...

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Read more at: Poster presentations at the virtual- International Congress of Infant Studies!

Poster presentations at the virtual- International Congress of Infant Studies!

8 July 2020

Lots of our Researchers are presenting elements of their research in poster presentations over the course of the week! Dr Maria Crespo-Llado is presenting a poster on: "The BRIGHT study: Using LENA to assess the linguistic environment of rural Gambia". In the BRIGHT project they used LENA methodology to capture the...

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Read more at: Day 2 of the virtual-International Congress of Infant Studies!

Day 2 of the virtual-International Congress of Infant Studies!

7 July 2020

It's Day 2 of the virtual-International Congress of Infant Studies! Today, Dr Áine Ní Choisdealbha, who is part of the CNE Babylab is delivering a talk during the sympsium on rhythm perception! Her talk is titled: " Changes in rhythmic cortical tracking during the first year of life ". This project explored the idea that...

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Read more at: Cambridge Babylab Researchers are presenting at the virtual-International Congress of Infant Studies!

Cambridge Babylab Researchers are presenting at the virtual-International Congress of Infant Studies!

6 July 2020

Lots of Cambridge Babylab Researchers, spanning the different Research Teams, are presenting their work at the virtual- International Congress of Infant Studies this week! First up is Marta who is part of the BRIGHT project and is presenting a poster on: "Exploring newborn behaviour in The Gambia and The UK". This element...

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