ARC CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR DYNAMICS OF LANGUAGE - MATCHING CONTRIBUTION
Grant number: CE140100041 | Funding period: 2014 - 2023
Language is central to human existence and to the flow of information. The Centre will address the most critical questions about language: How do languages evolve? How different can languages be? How do our brains acquire and process them? How can technologies deal with the complexity and enormous variability of language in its central role in human information processing? What can Australia do to increase its linguistic abilities at a time of increasingly multilingual demands in trade and information? The Centre will also secure language heritage, develop new language technologies, connect policy with indigenous and migrant communities, and build strategies to help 1st and 2nd language lear..View full description
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Dichotic listening is associated with phonological awareness in Australian aboriginal children with otitis media: A remote community-based study
Mridula Sharma, Amelia Darke, Gillian Wigglesworth, Katherine Demuth
Recent literature has highlighted a link between hearing loss as a result of otitis media in the early years of life and impacted ..
Probability of Heritage Language Use at a Supportive Early Childhood Setting in Australia
Paola Escudero, Criss Jones Diaz, John Hajek, Gillian Wigglesworth, Eline Adrianne Smit
Despite well-established research that documents the intellectual, linguistic, sociocultural and familiar benefits of early childh..
Binaural processing and phonological awareness in Australian Indigenous children from the Northern Territory: A community based study
Mridula Sharma, Gillian Wigglesworth, Gemma Savage, Katherine Demuth
OBJECTIVE: Research has found that otitis media (OM) is highly prevalent in Australian Indigenous children, and repeated bouts of ..
Reproducible research in linguistics: A position statement on data citation and attribution in our field
Andrea L Berez-Kroeker, Lauren Gawne, Susan Smythe Kung, Barbara F Kelly, Tyler Heston, Gary Holton, Peter Pulsifer, David I Beaver, Shobhana Chelliah, Stanley Dubinsky, Richard P Meier, Nick Thieberger, Keren Rice, Anthony C Woodbury
This paper is a position statement on reproducible research in linguistics, including data citation and attribution, that represen..