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Existing research into speech, language and communication (SLC) is dominated by small-scale studies that use samples that are often unrepresentative of the population. In other domains of education and health, policy and practice has been influenced by research using large-scale birth cohorts, which are datasets that contain information about the lives of several thousand individuals, with data collection starting around the time of their birth and continuing at regular intervals across the lifespan.

The Born Talking seminar series has been exploring ways in which birth cohort data can be used to address questions about speech, language and communication. In this final event of the series, our theme will be education. Confirmed speakers: Sabine Weinert (German National Educational Panel Study); Elaina Kefalianos (Early Language in Victoria Study); Mark Mon-Williams, Ekaterini Klepousniotou, Amanda Waterman (Born in Bradford).

If you are a clinician or other practitioner, a student or an early career researcher, you may be eligible for a travel bursary. Please contact j.mcallister@uea.ac.uk for further details.


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