As many of you know, at the beginning of each new year, we share our research findings and activities from the previous year in our annual ELLA newsletter. We would like to say a huge thank you to all our
Developmental psychology is one of the most time consuming, but rewarding forms of psychological research. As developmentalists, we need to interact with children at specific ages, depending on the current study being undertaken.
Want to join the ELLA team? The Early Learning Lab supports student research at all levels from undergraduate volunteers and summer internships to Honours and Research Higher Degrees (RHD).
In 2020, ELLA Celebrated its 10th Anniversary! Data collection happened for 4 projects. This involved a total of 209 families visiting our centre. Here are some media news of the projects that many of you and your children were a part of…
“Learning about learning: Ella’s window into the developing mind.” The aim of our world-renowned research is to better understand infant and child development based on groups of children rather than on individuals. Our published work can also be helpful for clinicians, teachers, and parents who work with children, including children with disabilities to learn more about children’s early social and cognitive development. We aim to better understand the world of our society’s youngest members, and hope that in doing so we might be able to make their world a better place.
Here is some news that we'd like to share with you!
Hello friends of ELLA We would like to thank you for your participation in our research so far! We recently presented some of it at the International Society for the Study of Behaviour and Development conference on the Gold Coast.