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How do babies understand the world around them?

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Time: 2.00pm
Venue: Room JG0001, John Galsworthy Building, Penrhyn Road campus, Penrhyn Road, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 2EE
Price: to be confirmed
Speaker(s): Dr Claudia Uller

How do babies understand the world around them?

Research has shown that while babies often view the world surprisingly like adults, sometimes they see things quite differently.

Kingston's Baby Research Unit studies the origins of human knowledge by examining how young babies think and learn, aiming to discover the processing mechanisms that lie at the roots of thought. Whether you are a parent, planning to become one, or interested in the origins of your own thought processes, this promises to be fascinating.

Dr Claudia Uller, director of the Kingston's Baby Research Unit, will also explain how Kingston babies (and their parents) have an opportunity to take part.

Booking is essential to attend this event.

For further information about this event:

Contact: Claudia Uller
Email: c.uller@kingston.ac.uk

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