BLIP Baby

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At BLIP Lab, we understand that our sensory systems can be shaped by our experiences, and the way that information interacts across the senses during development can provide unique insights into the way the mind works. For this reason, we love working with infants and children, to find out more about these dynamic processes over the life course.

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Have you heard about our SMART BABY SEMINAR?
Brought to you by Developmental Psychologists at NTU, and our colleagues across Singapore, The Smart Baby Seminar is an event where you can learn about the latest in baby Science, and discover evidence-based tips and tricks to bring out the best in your baby. We held the first three events in 2016 in February, September and October. We hope to bring you more of these public events in the future. You can find out more about these exciting events here.
These events were supported by Singapore’s NRF, as well as NTU’s Centre for Liberal Arts and Social Studies (CLASS).

Our current projects with babies include…

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Coming soon (Feb-March 2017), BLIP Lab’s Baby Talk-a-thon
Join us in an investigation of the speech babies in Singapore hear around them. We are looking for a variety of families speaking lots of different languages, to help us understand the language  landscape of babies in Singapore. Find out more here.
This project is supported by CRADLE@NTU.

The Shape of Sounds in Singapore
In our recent research with adults, we have shown that speakers of Chinese inhabit a subtly different ‘sensory world’ compared to people who have never spoken a tone language: We have shown that people with different language backgrounds have different preferences for how to match up experiences across the senses, especially when it come to tone. We will be investigating whether pre-reading toddlers and pre-verbal infants show these patterns as well, or whether these effects come after years of language experience.
This project was funded by NTU’s Nanyang Assistant Professorship Scheme.

You might like to join us in our research with babies.