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Read more at: First publication from the BabyRhythm project!

First publication from the BabyRhythm project!

14 June 2021

The first paper from the BabyRhythm project was published this week in the journal Brain and Language. Using EEG data from 8-week-old infants, we showed that a machine learning approach can be used to accurately classify whether an infant was hearing rhythmic speech or a rhythmic non-speech sound. First author Samuel...


Read more at: What is neuroscience?

What is neuroscience?

17 November 2020

Professor Usha Goswami FBA explains what it is that neuroscientists study and how their research impacts our understanding of what it is to be human. https://www.thebritishacademy.ac.uk/blog/what-is-neuroscience/


Read more at: Professor Usha Goswami has been awarded the Yidan Prize, the world’s largest international prize in education.

Professor Usha Goswami has been awarded the Yidan Prize, the world’s largest international prize in education.

19 September 2019

The world’s largest education prize awarded to someone who is ‘creating a better world through education’ has been won by Professor Usha Goswami. Read more here: https://www.joh.cam.ac.uk/trainee-primary-school-teacher-turned-professor-wins-39million-yidan-education-prize


Read more at: Prof. Usha explains language development in the Radio 4 - BBC

Prof. Usha explains language development in the Radio 4 - BBC

19 September 2019

Prof Usha Goswami in the interview by Stephen Fry for the Fry's English Delight More details here: https://www.psychol.cam.ac.uk/news/prof-usha-explains-language-development-radio-4-bbc


Read more at: Prof. Usha explains language development in the Radio 4 - BBC

Prof. Usha explains language development in the Radio 4 - BBC

19 September 2019

Prof Usha Goswami in the interview by Stephen Fry for the Fry's English Delight More details here: https://www.psychol.cam.ac.uk/news/prof-usha-explains-language-development-radio-4-bbc


Read more at: Professor Usha Goswami talks about "How nursery rhymes can tackle dyslexia"

Professor Usha Goswami talks about "How nursery rhymes can tackle dyslexia"

19 September 2019

Read more here: https://www.psychol.cam.ac.uk/news/professor-usha-goswami-talks-about-how-nursery-rhymes-can-tackle-dyslexia


Read more at: Prof Usha Goswami, in interview to BBC Radio, explains the way the brain records and retains...

Prof Usha Goswami, in interview to BBC Radio, explains the way the brain records and retains...

19 September 2019

Available online, next Sunday 30th, at 13:30 Professor Usha Goswam i, Department of Psychology, has been interviewed by the BBC Radio 4, about her work. She explains the way the brain records and retains poetic meter and particularly the strong, rhythmic meter of the twice-told tales of childhood. Check the full interview...


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Daily Telegraph article

Daily Telegraph article

19 September 2016

Daily Telegraph article


Read more at: Dyslexia 'could be linked to poor rhythm'

Dyslexia 'could be linked to poor rhythm'

19 September 2016

Daily Mail