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New perspectives on nature and nurture in language development

DateTuesday, 2nd October 2012, 00:00 - 01:00
LocationUniversität Freiburg, KG I, HS 1015
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veranstalter: Shayne Piasta, Laura Justice, Philip Dale, Dorthe Bleses, Werner Vach
ansprechpartner: Dr. Monika Edith Schulz
email: Monika.Schulz@hpsl.uni-freiburg.de
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language: Englisch
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date_raw: 2. Oktober 2012, 15:15 – 17:30
date_sort: 02.10.2012, 00:00:00

New perspectives on nature and nurture

in language development

 

Tuesday, October
2, 2013, 15:15-17:30

Lecture room 1015,
KG I

 

Since
several researchers involved in large scale cohort and/or intervention studies
on child language development are visiting Freiburg, we have organized this
small symposium to give them the opportunity to present results from their work
contributing to the old question on nature and nurture in language development.

 

15:15

Philp
Dale, University of New Mexico

 

What
twin studies can tell us about language development, and what they can’t.

 

15:45

Laura
Justice, Ohio State University

 

Engaging
children in cognitively challenging conversations: Benefit or detriment?

 

16:15

Shayne
Piasta, Ohio State University

 

Language
development in preschool classrooms: Results from a recent randomized
controlled trial

 

16:45

Dorthe
Bleses, University of Southern Denmark

 

Young
Danes – Great Challenges

 

 

Discussion

 

The symposium has
been organized by Werner Vach, Clinical Epidemiology, University Medical Center
Freiburg with support from the „Graduiertenkolleg 1624 Frequenzeffekte“. For
further information, please mail to wv@imbi.uni-freiburg.de.