Tuesday 17 February 2015
Live symposium featuring Carmel O'Shannessy on Contact Languages and Light Warlpiri, 20 February 2015
Evolution, Processing, Shape
Monday 16 February 2015
Centre Affiliate Darja Hoenigman submits her thesis: "The talk goes many ways"
Monday 9 February 2015
"Het eb en vloed van de woordenschat" [The ebb and flow of vocabulary]
Friday 6 February 2015
"How the language you speak guides the way you listen" Public lecture by Professor Anne Cutler, 4 February 2015
Inaugural Summerfest seizes the capital!
Wednesday 4 February 2015
"Study suggests Te Reo Maori loses words faster than other languages"
Tuesday 3 February 2015
"When it comes to language, size matters"
"Studi: Bahasa Berkembang Seperti Organisme Hidup"
"Languages are evolving like living organisms: Australian researchers"
Thursday 15 January 2015
Alzheimer's Australia interviews Helen Chenery about how to improve conversations and language in people with Alzheimer'...
Tuesday 6 January 2015
Launch of the Centre's University of Queensland node
Learning, Processing, Technology
Thursday 1 January 2015
Peter Hadfield interviews Paola Escudero on CBC
Saturday 20 December 2014
"Amazing Folk Tale Map Reveals Deep Links Between Cultures"
Monday 15 December 2014
Paola Escudero on Cruise 1323
Paola Escudero on Mix FM 101.1
Friday 12 December 2014
"Research has found that the Australian accent has babies baffled."
"Research into a group of Sydney infants shows learning to speak can be a slow process"
Paola Escudero on SBS
"University of Western Sydney study finds Australian babies understand Canadian accents better"
Babies baffled by Australian vowel sounds
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