Participate in new child language development
research at The ANU!
Hi Canberra Mums!
Does the way children learn language fascinate you?
The ANU Language Lab at the Research School of Psychology is embarking on an exciting longitudinal study – The Canberra Longitudinal Child Language Project. The CLCL Project will follow a group of ACT children as their language develops, from 9 months right through to 5 years of age! It is the largest undertaking of its kind to be conducted in Australia.
We are looking for monolingual (or low exposure to a second language) Canberra families to participate in this ground-breaking research.
Help us learn more about how typically developing children acquire and develop language, and gain an insight into your child’s developing language skills, from first words right through to school readiness!
Each of our testing sessions should not last more than an hour or two.
If your baby is under 9 months of age and you are interested in being involved, add your details to our contact list here to receive more information!:
Information will then be sent to you when your child nears 9 months of age. (Remember to add any siblings too, as they may be eligible to participate in other projects we run in future.)
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Please feel free to comment below with any questions you may have, contact us via our page, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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