ABOUT

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Research in our laboratory focuses on the relationship between children's language learning environments, especially parents' language input to children, and children's acquisition.

We are interested in the idea that different kinds of parent input to children differentially engage domain general processes such as memory and attention that ultimately affect how and what children learn.

To this end we primarily conduct three kinds of studies: Input studies designed to elucidate the nature of parents' language input to children, longitudinal acquisition studies where we watch how children come to learn words, concepts, and categories over weeks and months, and training studies with which we examine how presenting children with a specific kind of input impacts children's acquisition.


UCLA PSYCHOLOGY

ABOUT

OUR RESEARCH

Research in our laboratory focuses on the relationship between children's language learning environments, especially parents' language input to children, and children's acquisition.

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CONTACT US

lcdpsychlab@gmail.com

(310)-206-8286

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LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT LAB

2337 Franz Hall

502 Portola Plaza

Los Angeles, CA 90095