Dr Katherine Twomey

Lecturer in Lang. & Communicative Dvlpmt

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Overview

I use computational and empirical techniques to explore how babies and toddlers learn their first words and sentences, and how this is affected by what they see and feel in the world around them. I'm also interested in how children's real-world, curiosity-driven exploration of the learning environment affects early language acquisition. 

More information and a full publication list can be found at www.katietwomey.com.

Areas of expertise

  • BF Psychology - Language Development, Curiosity, Computational Modelling, Cognitive Development

Biology, Medicine and Health (BMH) Domains

Education / academic qualifications

  • 2013 - Doctor of Philosophy, Understanding early word learning: An investigation of fast and slow mapping, University of Sussex

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