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From The Limestone Post: What do Babies Know? IU Scientists say 'More Than You Think'

Linda Smith has received the prestigious 2018 APS William James Fellow Award. This award honors internationally regarded scientists for "their lifetime of significant intellectual contributions to the basic science of psychology."

IU awards up to $3 million to advance new approach to learning: Learning: Brains, Machines and Children. Watch the video. See more at the website.

From The Atlantic Magazine: How to Predict a Baby's First Word.

From the IU Bloomington Newsroom: Babies' first words can be predicted based on visual attention.

Our head camera eye tracking study was on Good Morning America! View video and article.

New research funded by the National Science Foundation: Machines That Think Like Toddlers.

News about our student, Braden King: Passage to India and a Future in Focus.

Cover story from the IU Alumni Magazine: Building Blocks.

From the IU Bloomington Newsroom: Robots are helping us understand infant learning.

From Pacific Standard Magazine: Children hear more unique words when adults read to them than in ordinary conversation.

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