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Professor Julian Pine

Psychology

    Research

    Research Grants

    Story Starters

    POSTCODE DREAM TRUST (UK)

    April 2017 - March 2019

    The role of the agent in sentence comprehension by preschool children

    ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (ESRC)

    November 2010 - October 2012

    How do children restrict their linguistic generalizations? An empirical approach.

    ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (ESRC)

    October 2005 - September 2006

    The Centre for Language and Communicative Development.

    ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (ESRC)

    November 2014 - October 2024

    Modelling the cross-linguistic pattern of verb-marking and utterance-internal omission errors in MOSAIC using syllabified input

    ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (ESRC)

    August 2008 - July 2011

    Comparing two new single-process accounts of the restriction of argument-structure generalizations

    ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (ESRC)

    July 2008 - June 2010

    Modelling the development of finiteness marking in English, German, and Spanish.

    ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (ESRC)

    September 2004 - May 2006

    Modelling the cross-linguistic pattern of finiteness marking in declaratives and questions

    ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (ESRC)

    June 2006 - May 2008

    Developing a psychologically realistic generalisation mechanism within MOSAIC

    ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (ESRC)

    July 2012 - June 2015

    The formation and restriction of linguistic generalizations: Integrating experimental and computer-modelling approaches.

    LEVERHULME TRUST (UK)

    October 2011 - September 2014

    Research Collaborations

    Dr Danielle Matthews

    External: The University of Sheffield

    A Nuffield-funded project aimed at investigating the effect of maternal contingency on early language development

    Dr Kirsten Abbot-Smith

    External: The University of Kent at Canterbury

    ESRC-funded project focused on using eye-tracking measures to investigate children's comprehension of active and passive sentence structure.

    Professor Fernand Gobet

    External: Brunel University

    An ESRC-funded project that uses computational modelling techniques to investigate the acquisition of word class categories such as Noun and Verb