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Nurseries can be noisy places. A clutch of three-year-olds gathered round a book shout excitedly. Across the room, a small committee of toddlers negotiates over stickers and string.
Extra funding should be made available for early years care in the wake of the pandemic, researchers say.
Babies prefer baby talk in any language, but particularly when it’s in a language they’re hearing at home.
A research review led by Oxford Brookes University has found a large proportion of COVID-19 survivors will be affected by neuropsychiatric and cognitive complications.
After restricted Christmas and new year celebrations, not to mention a disrupted 2020,
Dr Emma Davies, Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Oxford Brookes University, shares her tips for a positive mindset this January.
Developmental psychologists from Oxford Brookes University and the University of Oxford have raised over £700 to provide outdoor clothing for babies and toddlers in the city.
Babies and toddlers from disadvantaged backgrounds have been missing out on activities to support their development, compared to children of highly-educated, well-paid parents, new research has found.
The impact of social distancing and lockdown on children’s development is the subject of a new study led by psychologists at Oxford Brookes University.
As a Faculty we are very proud of our diverse research student community, comprising 131 PhD students, 2 MPhil students, 8 masters by research students, 2 PhD by published works and 27 students on our Professional Doctorate in Nursing.
On Reserves Day, long-serving Army Reservist, Professor Vince Connelly, writes about the importance of Reservists to the Covid-19 response, how his research is supporting the welfare of Reservists and their families, and how he is able to balance his commitment to the Army Reserve with his role as Programme Lead for Psychology at Oxford Brookes.