In this episode of The Highlights, we’re joined by Mira Nencheva, a graduate student in the Department of Psychology. We discuss her path to graduate work in psychology, the day-to-day of working with toddlers at the Princeton Baby Lab, and how the vocal pitch of a caregiver can affect learning early in life.
This episode of The Highlights was produced under the 145th Managing Board of The Daily Princetonian in partnership with Princeton Insights. Mira Nencheva is a graduate student in the Princeton Baby Lab of the Department of Psychology. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Princeton Insights coverage: The moment-to-moment pitch dynamics of child-directed speech shape toddlers’ attention and learning
Original Paper: The moment-to-moment pitch dynamics of child-directed speech shape toddlers’ attention and learning
Written and Hosted by Thiago Tarraf Varella GS and Liza Mankovskaya GS
Edited by John Shin and Isabel Rodrigues
Produced by Isabel Rodrigues
Original Insights Coverage by Liza Mankovskaya GS
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