LCICD 2019

2019 Keynotes

Kim Plunkett

How infants construct a lexical-semantic network.

Catherine Tamis-LeMonda

Learning in context: the active infant in a responsive world.

Victoria Southgate

A new view on early perspective taking.

LCICD 2018

2018 Keynotes

Laura Bosh

Language learning in bilingual contexts: a closer look at input properties.

Sabina Pauen

A closr look at the process of self- and -co-regulayion in early childhood research.

John P. Spencer

Using fNIRS and DFT to understand how working memory capacity changes in early development. 

LCICD 2017

23-25 August 2017

2017 Keynotes

Daniel Swingley, University of Pennsylvania, USA

What Infants Know and Don’t Know About Their Language

György Gergely, Central European University, Hungary

The Pragmatic Sense: Communicative Mind-Reading without Language

Olivier Pascalis, University Grenoble Alpes, France

On the Linkage between Face Processing, Language Processing, and Narrowing during Development

2017 Programme

Click here for the LCICD 2017 programme.

LCICD 2016

25 – 27 August 2016

This was the first annual International LCICD Conference held at Lancaster University, U.K.

2016 Keynotes

Professor Luca Bonatti
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona

Precursors of Logical Reasoning in Prelinguistic Infants

Professor Larissa Samuelson
University of East Anglia, United Kingdom

Biased Vocabulary + Visual Attention and Memory Processes = A Shape Bias: A Dynamic Neural Field Model

2016 Programmes

The links to the 2016 programmes can be found below:

Conference schedule

Conference programme

Pre-conference Day

The pre-conference day was held on 24th August 2016 with a Methods Workshop and a Lancaster Babylab Tour. The Methods Workshop involved two training sessions, focusing on EEG and eye tracking. The pre-conference day included a tour of the Lancaster Babylab, with a number of demonstrations from researchers currently working in the Infancy and Early Development Research Group.