University College London
University College London

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13 Peer-reviewed Articles

7 Preprints

Evidence based pathways to intervention for children with language disorders
3,626 views · 719 downloads
High or low? Comparing high and low-variability phonetic training in adult and child second language learners
323 views · 60 downloads
SysMIC: A Blueprint for interdisciplinary online training in the life sciences
262 views · 130 downloads
What Box: a task for assessing language lateralisation in young children
268 views · 115 downloads
An early origin and diversification of macrophagous metriorhynchid crocodylomorphs, with evidence for multiple instances of parallel evolution
667 views · 163 downloads
Highlights from the 1st Student Symposium on Computational Biology and Life Sciences, organised by ISCB Regional Student Group, UK
354 views · 307 downloads

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