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Katherine Demuth is a Professor in Linguistics and at the Centre for Language Sciences (CLaS) at Macquarie University, and a Director of the Child Language Lab. She is also a member of the Centre of Excellence for Cognition and its Disorders (CCD). Demuth's research focuses on Language Acquisition, including studies of both perception and production. She is especially interested in the development of phonological, morphological and syntactic representations, in both typically developing and language-impaired children and L2 learners. Much of her work is crosslinguistic, using insights from the structure of different languages to better understand the mechanisms underlying the process of language acquisition. She was awarded an ARC Laureate Fellowship 2013 for research on child language acquisition, one of 17 awards for science in Australia. 

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Projects 2011 2022

ARC Linkage: Beyond Speech: Towards better communication for children with hearing loss

Demuth, K., Sharma, M., Leigh, G., Kaltenbrunn, I., Davis, A., King, A., Brinson, M. & Lo, C.

6/08/195/08/22

Project: Other

AusKidTalk: An Australian Children's Speech Corpus

Ahmed, B., Ballard, K. J., Burnham, D. K., Epps, J. R., Cox, F., Sethu, V., Demuth, K., Arciuli, J., Kelly, B., Diskin, C., Benders, A., Beng Lee, C., Ambikairajah, E. & Baker, E.

1/01/1931/12/19

Project: Research

Learning to Talk, Talking to Learn: Effects of an early childhood language program in remote Northern Territory indigenous communities

Sharma, M., Jones, C., Escudero, P., Mattock, K., Rosas, L., Everitt, P., Taumoepeau, M., Demuth, K., McMahon, C., Spiers, I., Wing, R. & Demosthenous, S.

22/04/15 → …

Project: Research

Research Outputs 1979 2020

Binaural processing and phonological awareness in Australian Indigenous children from the Northern Territory: a community based study

Sharma, M., Wigglesworth, G., Savage, G. & Demuth, K., Jan 2020, In : International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology. 128, p. 1-12 12 p., 109702.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Northern Territory
Noise
Otitis Media
Aptitude
Hearing Loss

Acquisition of weak syllables in tonal languages: acoustic evidence from neutral tone in Mandarin Chinese

Tang, P., Yuen, I., Xu Rattanasone, N., Gao, L. & Demuth, K., Jan 2019, In : Journal of Child Language. 46, 1, p. 24-50 27 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Acoustics
acoustics
Language
language
evidence

Hypo-articulation of the four-way voicing contrast in Nepali infant-directed speech

Benders, T., Pokharel, S. & Demuth, K., 2019, In : Language Learning and Development. 15, 3, p. 232-254 23 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

infant
speaking
Articulation
Infant-directed Speech
Voicing

Perceptual salience and the processing of subject-verb agreement in 9–11-year-old English-speaking children: evidence from ERPs

Dube, S., Kung, C., Brock, J. & Demuth, K., 2019, In : Language Acquisition. 26, 1, p. 73-96 24 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

speaking
evidence
infant
Violations
Subject-verb Agreement

Preschoolers’ developing comprehension of the plural: the effects of number and allomorphic variation

Davies, B., Xu Rattanasone, N., Schembri, T. & Demuth, K., Sep 2019, In : Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 185, p. 95-108 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

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