Camillia Bouchon, PhD
I am currently a temporary lecturer (ATER) in Developmental Psychology at the Babylab Nanterre, Laboratoire Ethologie, Cognition, Développement (LECD) Paris Nanterre University, France.
My research focuses on early language acquisition. I conduct behavioral and neuroimaging studies in infants, toddlers, as well as non-human animals.
Main topics of interest
The early biases driving the acquisition of words and rules from the speech signal: the Consonant/Vowel functional asymmetry
Monolingual and Bilingual early language acquisition: 0 to 16 months
Speech processing at birth
Comparative speech processing
Social interactions and language acquisition
Facial imitation at birth
The early contribution of social interaction contexts to language acquisition: shared reading, play, screens, etc.