Introducing Virtual Coffee Talks at the Babylab


Please join us for a virtual COFFEE TALK and add interest to your day! Every Tuesday from 11-11:30 one researcher from our Babylab will talk about their research, there will be a chance to ask questions and chat to researchers and other parents. 

Our next talk will be on Tuesday, 9th June - Brittney Chere will explain her research project looking into the influence of noise and distraction on children’s ability to learn and pay attention in various settings. Brittney will be talking about her Babylab study that looked at this topic in babies, and her upcoming online study with teenagers. 

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Everyone is welcome! Researchers, parents, friends AND babies!

Past speakers:

2/6/2020 - Louisa Gossé discussed her research into infant sleep using various techniques including fNIRS, eeg, actigraphs and eye-tracking. If you ever wonder what happens in your baby's brain when they're sleeping, this talk is for you! Louisa's Talk

19/5/2020 - Claire Essex introduced her research using an eye-tracker to investigate the possible impact of cartoons on attention and learning in children. Kid’s cartoons often include weird breaks with reality that are believed to entertain children and provide an opportunity for learning. But are these fantastical moments too much for the developing brain to process?  Claire's Talk     Claire's Online Study

12/5/2020  - Lisanne Schröer talked about her work with motion capture and Duplo. She discussed how blocks and 'building a house' can help us understand action planning in young children. Click here for Lisanne's Talk

5/5/2020 - JJ Begum Ali discussed the STAARS study and her latest research identifying differences in reaching behaviour between babies with increased risk of developing Autism or ADHD and babies without increased risk. Read more about STAARS here
29/4/2020 - Ellie Braithwaite unveiled her new online study and her aim to create an app to assess children's development and communicate research findings to parents. Click here to access Ellie's study