Parenting is always an experiment so why not collect the data?
Rural Childhoods – A Q&A With Philomena De Lima

Rural childhoods – A Q&A with Philomena De Lima

Dr Philomena de Lima is the Director of the Centre for Remote and Rural Studies at University of the Highlands and Islands in Scotland. Philomena studies the experiences of people living rurally and is particularly interested in social justice, exclusion, equality,…

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TV And Creativity: A Q&A With Dr Sarah Rose

TV and Creativity: A Q&A with Dr Sarah Rose

Dr Sarah Rose of the Staffordshire University Children’s Lab talked to us about her research on the effect of TV on creativity in children. Sarah is fascinated by children’s creativity and in particular how it is influenced by screen time. She’s…

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Language Development In Children – Q&A

Language Development in Children – Q&A

Silke Brandt from the Lancaster University Babylab joined us to answer our questions about language development in children. Silke's research focuses on how language and cognitive development interact and she is also interested in the influence of growing up bilingual.…

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Research At The NCT

Research at the NCT

This week's Q&A was with Sarah McMullen, Head of Knowledge at the NCT (National Childbirth Trust), supported by Rachel Plachcinski, the NCT's Research Engagement Officer. Sarah says: The Knowledge team support NCT to be evidence-based in all we do. This…

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