Infancy Research Around the World

Supporting bilingual families around the world

Supporting bilingual families around the world

by Laia Fibla, Jessica E. Kosie, Ruth Kircher, Casey Lew-Williams, and Krista Byers-Heinlein     Baby Sophia hears Spanish from her mother and Catalan from her father. Baby Andreas hears English from his mother, German from his father, and French at daycare....

How do neighborhoods shape infants’ understanding of the social world?

How do neighborhoods shape infants’ understanding of the social world?

by Hyesung Grace Hwang We, as developmental psychologists, know neighborhoods are important in shaping child development. Bronfenbrenner’s (1989) ecological model includes neighborhoods as a vital part of the environment or ecological systems that influence a child’s...

Infancy Research Around the World: Singapore

Infancy Research Around the World: Singapore

by Victoria Leong and Arya Bhomick   As an international society, ICIS is committed to representing research from around the globe. “Infancy Research Around the World” is an ICIS Blog series that highlights the important work of our international society members....