Thursday 1 January 1970
Launch of the Centre's University of Queensland node
Learning, Processing, Technology
Jane Simpson interview on mother-tongue education
"New Canberra-based language centre uses robots to help dementia patients"
Evolution, Learning, Processing, Shape, Technology
"Research centre forges new ‘gang’ to study science of language dynamics"
Evolution, Learning, Processing, Shape
University of Western Sydney study finds Australian babies understand Canadian accents better
Babies baffled by Australian vowel sounds
"University of Western Sydney study finds Australian babies understand Canadian accents better"
Paola Escudero on SBS
"Research into a group of Sydney infants shows learning to speak can be a slow process"
"Research has found that the Australian accent has babies baffled."
How prosody is both mandatory and optional
Teaching minority Indigenous languages at universities
Cross-situational Learning of Minimal Word Pairs
Listeners cope with speaker and accent variation differently: Evidence from the Go/No-go task.
Acoustic distance explains speaker versus accent normalization in infancy
Comparing acoustic analyses of Australian English vowels from Sydney: Cox (2006) versus AusTalk
Is more always better? The perception of Dutch vowels by English versus Spanish listeners
Learning Stimulus-Location Associations in 8- and 11-Month-Old Infants: Multimodal Versus Unimodal Information
Magnitude of phonetic distinction predicts success at early word learning in native and non-native accents
Influences of listeners’ native and other dialects on cross- language vowel perception
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