Tag Archives: language

Is human language underpinned by gestures?

In this episode, I talk with Emeritus Professor Michael Corballis, who is based at the University of Auckland in New Zealand. Professor Corballis is an internationally acclaimed scholar and one of his most recent accolades is the ward of the Rutherford Medal by the Royal Society of New Zealand. In this conversation, we focus particular on […]

Father’s parenting stress and toddler language development

In this episode, I talk with Associate Professor Claire Vallotton of Michigan State University in the USA. We talk about the relationship father’s parenting stress and language and cognitive development. Claire’s original paper can be found here: Here is the abstract for some context: Despite numerous studies on parenting stress suggesting negative influences on parent–child […]