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3/18/2020 9:06:10News itemNews about ManyBabies 1Stanford / FuturityGeneral public500+
LITTLE ONES IN 16 COUNTRIES LOVE HEARING BABY TALK
Mike Frank, MELISSA DE WITTE-STANFORD
mcfrank@stanford.eduMB1Leadership Team2020March
https://www.futurity.org/baby-talk-around-world-2307962-2/
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3/18/2020 11:46:14
press release for MB1 publication
University of Manitoba issued a press release for the AMPPS publication
University of ManitobaGeneral public500+
ManyBabies1 press release University of Manitoba
Melanie Soderstrom
Michael Frank
M_Soderstrom@umanitoba.ca
MB1Governing Board2020March
https://news.umanitoba.ca/baby-talk-is-just-fine-thanks
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3/19/2020 9:20:45ThesisResearch master thesis LinguisticsLeiden UniversityScholarly11–25
The Preference of Dutch Monolingual Infants for Infant-Directed Speech over Adult-Directed Speech: a Contribution to the ManyBabies 1 Project
Gupta, Anna Ivanovna
Levelt, Claartje
C.C.Levelt@hum.leidenuniv.nl
MB1Grad, PILeiden2018June
https://openaccess.leidenuniv.nl/handle/1887/63612
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3/23/2020 8:40:32PresentationInvited talk about considerations in building international collaborative research networksNYU / Max PlanckScholarly30
Building international collaborative research networks
Casey Lew-Williamscaseylw@princeton.eduMB1
MB1-Africa
Governing Board
New York City, Max Planck - NYU Center for Language, Music, and Emotion
2021Januaryhttps://clame.nyu.edu/
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3/23/2020 8:41:55WorkshopResearch presentations + 2-day workshop with 20 participants from 10 countries to kick off the new MB1-Africa project
ManyBabies Africa Workshop
Casey Lew-Williams
Alex Carstensen
George Kachergis
Angeline Tsui
Mike Frank
astsui@stanford.eduMB1-Africa
Post-Doc, Governing Board
Nairobi, Kenya2020January
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3/23/2020 8:44:03Award
Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science Mission Award
Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science Mission Award
All participants of MB1MB12019
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3/23/2020 8:45:44Presentation
Local public presentation ("Pint of Science")
Pint of ScienceGeneral public
Rethinking Baby Science: Open Collaborative Research as a Solution to the Replication Crisis
Melanie Soderstrom
M_Soderstrom@umanitoba.ca
MB1
Governing Board, Leadership Team
Winnipeg, Canada2019May
https://pintofscience.ca/event/understanding-our-brain-from-babies-to-elderly
Pint of Science is an international festival geared to bringing science to the public, involving informal presentations in pubs.
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3/23/2020 8:47:01PresentationSymposium presentation
ManyBabies: Benefits and challenges of large-scale collaborative infancy research
Melanie Soderstrom
M_Soderstrom@umanitoba.ca
GeneralGoverning BoardPhiladelpha, USA2020July
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3/23/2020 8:48:24PresentationInstitute-wide presentationMPI Proudly Presents
The path to high-powered studies: Insights from developmental psycholinguistics.
Christina Bergmannchbergma@gmail.comMB1
General
Governing BoardNijmegen, Netherlands2018June
Part of the annual "MPI Proudly Presents" symposium
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3/23/2020 8:50:10PresentationWorkshop presentation
Language Acquisition across Cultures and Methodological Approaches
Opportunities and limitations of cross-laboratory data: Lessons from meta-analyses and large-scale collaborations.
Christina Bergmannchbergma@gmail.comMB1
General
Governing BoardAarhus, Denmark2018December
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3/23/2020 8:51:23KeynoteResearch Synthesis
Dynamically aggregating evidence in community-augmented meta-analyses [Keynote]
Christina Bergmannchbergma@gmail.comMB1
MB1-SpinOff
Governing BoardDubrovnik, Croatia2019May
Discussed the re-analysis with meta-analytic data spinoff
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3/23/2020 8:52:22PresentationConference presentation
International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS 2019)
Can large-scale replication projects serve as best practice models for single researchers?
Christina Bergmannchbergma@gmail.comGeneralGoverning BoardParis, France2019March
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3/23/2020 8:53:40TutorialScholarly11–25
Re-analyzing the MB1 data with Julia
Christina Bergmannchbergma@gmail.comMB1Governing BoardBielefeld, Germany2020February
https://repsychling.github.io/
Good news, everything comes out the same in Julia :)
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3/23/2020 9:22:07Grant
$52,000 Global Collaborative Network Grant (Princeton University)
Princeton University
Global Collaborative Network Grant
Casey Lew-Williamscaseylw@princeton.eduMB1 Africa, generalLeadership Team2020March
https://international.princeton.edu/research-partnerships/funding-opportunities/research
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3/24/2020 6:51:20Lab Meeting Presentation
INCC group-Language and Cognition Team
Scholarly11–25
ManyBabies1:Infant-direct speech preferences
Marino Caterina/Katie Von Holzen
cateemar@gmail.comMB1
PhD student (at that time) and post-doc
Paris 2017July
Yes (if so, please avoid duplicates by not submitting this form)
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4/10/2020 15:21:30
Two invited talks at a special session at the 177th meeting of the Acoustical Society of America
Acoustical Society of America
Scholarly51–100invited talk
Melanie Soderstrom (speaker)
linda.polka@mcgill.caMB1, MB bilingual
Governing Board, Leadership Team
Louisville, Kentucky2019May
special session was organized by Linda Polka & Mark Vandamn
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4/20/2020 5:08:13
Press release about the ManyBabies Project
University of Konstanz General public500+
ManyBabies1 press release University of Konstanz
Bettina Braun
Katharina Zahner
Press Office at the University of Konstanz
bsl@uni-konstanz.deMB1Konstanz2020March
https://www.uni-konstanz.de/en/university/news-and-media/current-announcements/press-releases/press-releases-in-detail/wenn-erwachsene-babysprache-sprechen/
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4/22/2020 6:55:43News item MB1KennislinkGeneral public500+
Babypraat schaadt taalontwikkeling niet – integendeel zelfs
Erica Renckens
Christina Bergmann
Rebecca Frost
chbergma@gmail.comMB1Post-Doc, JournalistNetherlands2020April
https://www.nemokennislink.nl/publicaties/babypraat-schaadt-taalontwikkeling-niet-integendeel-zelfs/
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6/1/2020 9:57:28Talk
Biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Child Development
Scholarly26–50
Does bilingualism affect the preference for infant-directed speech? Evidence from ManyBabies 1B
Casey Lew-Williams
Krista Byers-Heinlein
the ManyBabies Consortium
k.byers@concordia.caMB1BGoverning BoardBaltimore, MD2019Marchhttps://osf.io/zj3ty/No
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6/1/2020 10:00:26Talk
International Congress of Infant Studies
Scholarly26–50
Bilingual infants’ preference for infant-directed speech: ManyBabies 1B
Krista Byers-Heinlein
on behalf of the MB1B Group
k.byers@concordia.caMB1BGoverning BoardPhiladelphia, PA2018Junehttps://osf.io/73rv6/No
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6/3/2020 14:19:38No
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12/2/2020 11:14:13Conference talk
Many Paths to Language (virtual MPaL 2020)
Scholarly101–500
Opportunities and challenges of setting up global large-scale replications: ManyBabies1-Africa
Angeline Sin Mei Tsui
Catherine Mbagaya
Mulat Asnake
Christina Bergmann
The ManyBabies-Africa Consortium
angelinetsui@gmail.com
MB1-A
Post-Doc, Governing Board, Leadership Team
Nijmegen, NL / virtual2020OctoberNo
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12/2/2020 11:16:38Conference poster
Many Paths to Language (virtual MPaL 2020)
Scholarly101–500
Toward a large-scale collaboration for infant online testing: Introducing ManyBabies-AtHome
Christina Bergmann
Helen Buckler
Rhodri Cusack
Sho Tsuji
Lorijn Zaadnoordijk
The Manybabies-AtHome Consortium
chbergma@gmail.comMB-AH
Post-Doc, Governing Board, Leadership Team
Nijmegen, NL/virtual2020OctoberNo
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3/16/2021 16:48:08Talk on ManyBabies
Sustainability and the Climate Crisis Conference (Concordia Univeresity)
Scholarly11–25
Sustainable Research through Open Scholarship
Krista Byers-Heinlein
Pedro Peres-Neto
k.byers@concordia.caMB1BGoverning BoardMontreal [online]2021March
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1zEuFAAM_RSr8smc3sqC1b-pCAIbAExq4AKZUyg-RR44/edit?usp=sharing
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4/12/2021 16:27:47publication
[MB1B paper published] Byers-Heinlein, K., Tsui, A. S. M., Bergmann, C., Black, A. K., Brown, A., Carbajal, M. J., Durrant, S., Fennell, C. T., Fiévet, A.-C., Frank, M. C., Gampe, A., Gervain, J., Gonzalez-Gomez, N., Hamlin, J. K., Havron, N., Hernik, M., Kerr, S., Killam, H., Klassen, K., … Wermelinger, S. (2021). A Multilab Study of Bilingual Infants: Exploring the Preference for Infant-Directed Speech. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science. https://doi.org/10.1177/2515245920974622
Advances in Methods and practices in psychological science
Scholarly
A Multilab Study of Bilingual Infants: Exploring the Preference for Infant-Directed Speech
Krista Byers-Heinlein
Angeline Sin Mei Tsui
Christina Bergmann
Alexis K. Black
Anna Brown
Maria Julia Carbajal
Samantha Durrant
Christopher T. Fennell
Anne-Caroline Fiévet
Michael C. Frank
Anja Gampe
Judit Gervain
Nayeli Gonzalez-Gomez
J. Kiley Hamlin
Naomi Havron
Mikołaj Hernik
Shila Kerr
Hilary Killam
Kelsey Klassen
Jessica E. Kosie
Ágnes Melinda Kovács
Casey Lew-Williams
Liquan Liu
Nivedita Mani
Caterina Marino
Meghan Mastroberardino
Victoria Mateu
Claire Noble
Adriel John Orena
Linda Polka
Christine E. Potter
Melanie S. Schreiner
Leher Singh
Melanie Soderstrom
Megha Sundara
Connor Waddell
Janet F. Werker
Stephanie Wermelinger
k.byers@concordia.caMB1BLeadership Team2021March
https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/2515245920974622
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4/12/2021 16:45:50publication
[Gaze Following paper published] Byers‐Heinlein, K, Tsui, RK‐Y and van Renswoude, D, Black, A, Barr, R, Brown, A, Colomer, M, Durrant, S, Gampe, A, Gonzalez‐Gomez, N, Hay, JF, Hernik, M, Jartó, M, Kovács, AM, Laoun‐Rubenstein, AM, Lew‐Williams, C, Liszkowski, U, Liu, L, Noble, C, … Singh, L. (2020). The development of gaze following in monolingual and bilingual infants: A multi‐laboratory study. Infancy. 26(1), 4– 38. https://doi.org/10.1111/infa.12360
InfancyScholarly
The development of gaze following in monolingual and bilingual infants: A multi‐laboratory study.
Krista Byers‐Heinlein 
Rachel Ka‐Ying Tsui 
Daan van Renswoude 
Alexis K. Black 
Rachel Barr 
Anna Brown 
Marc Colomer 
Samantha Durrant 
Anja Gampe 
Nayeli Gonzalez‐Gomez 
Jessica F. Hay 
Mikołaj Hernik 
Marianna Jartó 
Ágnes Melinda Kovács 
Alexandra Laoun‐Rubenstein 
Casey Lew‐Williams 
Ulf Liszkowski 
Liquan Liu 
Claire Noble 
Christine E. Potter 
Joscelin Rocha‐Hidalgo 
Nuria Sebastian‐Galles 
Melanie Soderstrom 
Ingmar Visser 
Connor Waddell 
Stephanie Wermelinger 
Leher Singh
k.byers@concordia.caMB1GLeadership Team2020December
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/infa.12360
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4/15/2021 12:15:33Press
Media/Press roundup from MB1B publication. Several media outlets released articles on the MB1B findings:
University of Manitoba Today; https://news.umanitoba.ca/bilingual-babies-prefer-baby-talk-new-study-shows/
McGill Reporter; https://reporter.mcgill.ca/bilingual-babies-prefer-baby-talk-in-any-language/
Radio Canada International; https://www.rcinet.ca/en/2021/03/23/infants-prefer-baby-talk-own-language-study-shows/
Language Magazine; https://www.languagemagazine.com/2021/03/24/bilingual-infants-prefer-baby-talk/
KNX 10.70 News Radio; https://www.radio.com/knx1070/news/local/ucla-study-babies-in-bilingual-families-prefer-baby-talk
Technology Networks; https://www.technologynetworks.com/neuroscience/news/even-bilingual-babies-prefer-baby-talk-347156
US News HealthDay; https://consumer.healthday.com/b-3-24-whatever-the-language-babies-love-baby-talk-2651172003.html
Le Journal de Montréal (in French); https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2021/03/23/les-bebes-preferent-le-langage-enfantin-plutot-quun-vocabulaire-adulte-1
WELT (in German); https://www.welt.de/kmpkt/article229072179/Diesen-Vorteil-haben-Kinder-mit-denen-in-Babysprache-gesprochen-wird.html
Kurier (in German); https://kurier.at/wissen/wissenschaft/babys-bevorzugen-baby-talk-in-muttersprache/401329998
Bebés y Más (in Spanish); https://www.bebesymas.com/desarrollo/bebes-prefieren-que-usemos-lenguaje-bebes-esten-aprendiendo-idioma-dos
DocCheck (in German); https://www.doccheck.com/de/detail/articles/32347-baby-talk-muttersprache-gewinnt
General public500+
Media/Press roundup from MB1B publication
Krista Byers-Heinleink.byers@concordia.caMB1BLeadership Team2021March
See description for URLs to content
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5/28/2021 14:20:05ICIS intermediate R webinar ICISScholarly51–100
Intermediate R Workshop
Michael Frankmcfrank@stanford.eduGeneral MBGoverning BoardOnline2021Mayhttp://osf.io/c9vjh/No
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5/31/2021 8:34:07
Introduction to R for Developmental Research Workshop
ICISScholarly101–500WorkshopKrista Byers-Heinleink.byers@concordia.cageneralGoverning BoardOnline2021Mayhttps://osf.io/ybesv/No
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