Department of Cognitive Science
Developmental Disorders of Language and Literacy Network
The DDOLL network was established in 2003 with funding from the Australian Research Council. The group consists of scientists, clinicians, teachers and parents interested in discussing, and disseminating information about, the investigation and treatment of developmental disorders of language and literacy through sound scientific methodology and evidence-based research. In order to maintain this focus, membership of the network is through invitation only. If you share the aims of the network and would like to join, please send firstname.lastname@example.org a few sentences about your background and your reasons for being interested in the network. We would especially like to encourage current or prospective PhD students to become part of the network.
- Friday 28th Apr,
Professor Bob McMurray,
"Long-term adaptation to uncertainty in lexical processing by Cochlear ..."
- Tuesday 2nd May,
Professor Mary Peterson,
"Towards a new understanding of object perception."
- Dr Mariia Kaliuzhna
- Xiaohe Yuan
- Associate Professor Douglas Cheyne
- Dr Hamish Innes-Brown
- Dr Danielle Colenbrander
- Nick Gibb
- Dr Jennifer Buckingham [Previous Visitors]