Outputs Database

Use our database to find details of the various outputs coming out of the LuCiD Centre, from our research papers to radio interviews, powerpoint presentations to magazine articles. You can filter the database by author, subject category, year and resource type, selecting as many or few options as you would like.

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Twomey, K. E. (2016). Book review: The Handbook of Language Emergence. First Language.

Twomey, K. E., Morse, A. F., Cangelosi, A., & Horst, J. S. (2016). Children’s referent selection and word learning: insights from a developmental robotic system. Interaction Studies, 17(1).

Bidgood, A. (2016). Learning about Language Acquisition: How the Language 0-5 Project is helping us find out what's really going on. eMagazine, 72. 45-47.

McGillion, M., Herbert, J. S., Pine, J. M., Vihman, M. DePaolis, R., Keren-Portnoy T. & Matthews, D. (2017). What paves the way to conventional language? The predictive value of babble, pointing and SES. Child Development, 88 (1), 156-166.

Frost, R. L. A., Monaghan, P., & Christiansen, M. H. (2016). How do high frequency words help language acquisition? Poster session presented at the Experimental Psychology Society's London Meeting, University College London, UK.

Brandt, S., Lieven, E., & Tomasello, M. (2015). German children’s Use of Word Order and Case Marking to Interpret Simple and Complex Sentences: Testing Differences Between Constructions and Lexical Items, Language Learning and Development DOI: 10.1080/15475441.2015.1052448

Lieven, E. (2015). Other cultures, other languages. Talk given 8 November, Manchester Museum.

Theakston, & Koymen, B. (2015). Getting ready for school. Talk given 8 November, Manchester Museum.

Ambridge, B. (2015). Clever mistakes. Talk given 8 November, Manchester Museum.

Monaghan, P. (2015). How do we learn words? Talk given 8 November, Manchester Museum.

Pine, J. (2015). My mistake. Nursery World Magazine, 16 November, 21-24.

Frost, R.L.A. & Monaghan, P. (2016). Simultaneous segmentation and generalisation of non-adjacent dependencies from continuous speech. Cognition, 147, 70-74.