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Prof. Usha Goswami

Hello, I’m Usha and I have been working on children’s language and reading for the last 30 years. I’ve been interested in rhythm and rhyme for a long time, and in the Centre for Neuroscience in Education we have been finding important links between  how well children’s brains process rhythms and rhymes and how well they learn to read. We have developed interventions to help struggling brains based on music, poetry and rhythm and we are testing their effects in schools. Now we want to look at rhythm processing even earlier in development, during infancy. Learning how the typically-developing brain processes rhythm from the “get-go” , across the senses of hearing, vision and limb movement, should eventually help us to improve language learning for all children - and in all languages.

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