Explore our current research projects
We wanted to learn about language development in young children outside of a lab setting, so used digital language recorders and software developed by the LENA Research Foundation to record children’s language use throughout a typical day and analyse their conversation. You can read several papers that came from this data on our publications page and read more about the project here.
Im-Q was conceived in 2015 as a new way to measure imagination. We carried out several studies through a grant funded by the Templeton Foundation to validate and pilot a self-report measure of imagination. You can see how we did in publications that can found through our publications page and read more about our project here.
We use genome-wide polygenic scoeres to bettwe understand how genetic and environmental factors influence educational achievement.