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We love to share our research with the world! Our research focuses on early child development. We are currently focussed on how humour, pretending, deception, learning, language, and object use develop in the first few years - and there’s so much to learn and share. We have chosen research topics that affect everyone’s day to day lives, and which are of interest to parents and everyday people in general. Because of this, our past research in these areas has received wide media attention, including television (e.g., BBC Scotland), radio (e.g., BBC 5 Live), newspapers (e.g., Scotsman, Metro, Toronto Sun), and websites (e.g., parenting.com). We are very keen to talk to journalists and bloggers about our research, so please contact us at enquiries@babylovesscience.com if there is a story you’d like to cover, or if you’d like to be on our mailing list for press releases. You can also follow us on twitter or facebook for updates about our research.

Baby Loves Science in the News

Television

  • BBC 1: Interview about the Early Pretending Survey on Look North, July, 2015.

Radio

  • BBC Radio Sheffield: Interview about the Early Learning Styles Survey on the Howard Pressman programme, September, 2015.
  • BBC Radio Manchester: Song of the Week by Claire Mooney, July, 2015 .
  • BBC World Service: Interview about the Early Pretending Survey on World Update, July, 2015.
  • BBC Radio Leeds: Interview about the Early Pretending Survey, July, 2015.
  • BBC Radio 5: Interview about the Early Pretending Survey, July, 2015.
  • BBC Radio, all local stations: Interview about the Early Humour Survey on the Mark Forrest programme, June, 2015.
  • BBC Radio Sheffield: Interview about the Early Humour Survey on the Rony Robinson programme, June, 2015.

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