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MARCS BabyLab researcher Christine Kitamura recently appeared on Channel 9’s TODAY, to discuss baby talk. Dr Kitamura’s research has found that the tone that adults...
Dr Paola Escudero and researchers from MARCS BabyLab have found that baby boys prefer objects with faces over machines, challenging the theory of an innate...
MARCS BabyLab researchers Alison Creighton and Christine Kitamura recently completed the “Playsongs and Lullabies” project at MARCS BabyLab. The study found that singing to your baby...
Did you recently participate in our “Deet Doot” research program? The program is lead by MARCS BabyLab researchers Dr Paola Escudero and Dr Karen Mulak....
DEET DOOT
MARCS BabyLab was out and about this month visiting the local community. On Thursday 15 May we were invited to attend the Miller Community Fun...
New babies wanted!
MARCS BabyLab is constantly looking for new infants and babies of various ages to conduct ongoing research studies. If any of the above applies to...
New babies wanted!
Did you know that there are certain toys and play materials that support and aid infant and toddler cognitive development? We’ve compiled a handy list...
Toys
MARCS BabyLab researcher Dr Karen Mattock recently gave an interview to digital magazine Early Educator. Published in issue seven (July 2014) of the digital magazine for iTunes,...
Mattock
MARCS BabyLab Leader, Professor Denis Burnham and BabyLab researcher, Dr Marina Kalashnikova, recently presented at the Learning Differences Convention in Rosehill, Sydney. The Learning Differences...
BABY TALK BRAIN
MARCS BabyLab researcher Dr Karen Mattock was recently featured in an article published on ninemsn. Titled “Babies’ brains rehearse months before first words spoken”, the article discusses...
BABY TALK BRAIN

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