4 June 2019 from 13:00 to 17:00

Symposium ‘Social inequality: effects on cognition and language in the first 1001 days’

Social inequality has a major impact on the chances children have in society. During this symposium, internationally renowned speakers prof. Erika Hoff, prof. James Law en dr. Natasha Kirkham will talk about the influence of social inequality on the cognitive and linguistic development of children.

Jongetje met loep


13.00 Doors open
13.15 Opening by prof. Catrin Finkenauer & prof. Frank Wijnen
13.30 prof. Erika Hoff – Language skills at 1001 Days: Antecedents and Long-Term Outcomes in Immigrant Children
14.15 Q&A
14.30 prof. James Law – Interventions to promote early language development - the pros and cons of a public health approach
15.15 Q&A
15.30 Break – coffee/tea
16.00 dr. Natasha Kirkham –Neuro-Adversity: The Developmental Neuroscience of Poverty Outcomes on Child Development
16.45 Q&A
17.00 Drinks at Lodewijk

Start date and time
4 June 2019 13:00
End date and time
4 June 2019 17:00
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1001 Critical Days