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research round up

Research Round Up – October 2017

Throughout September many impactful studies surrounding education and speech and language development were concluded and published. We have picked up and highlighted just a few to bring to your attention. The Division of Psychology and Language Sciences at the University College of London conducted research on how children learn abstract concepts like ‘idea’ or ‘freedom’. The study has implications for …

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SCALES

I CAN speaks to Courtenay Norbury, lead researcher of the UCL led SCALES research into language disorder

I CAN’s Lead Advisor for Communications Mandy Grist interviews Courtenay Norbury. Last week saw the publication of the latest report from the UCL led SCALES project “The impact of nonverbal ability on prevalence and clinical presentation of language disorder: evidence from a population study”. I was lucky enough to meet with Courtenay Norbury, lead researcher, and was able to ask …

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