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Patricia Kuhl's keynotes discuss complex scientific matters in an engaging and enlightening manner. As the Co-Director of the Institute for Brain and Learning Sciences at the University of Washington, Kuhl's research has been fascinating. Her specialization in languages and the language abilities of infants has been revolutionary to language development.
After graduating with a Bachelor's of Arts from St. Cloud university, Kuhl received a Master's in Speech Science from the University of Minnesota in 1971 and later received her Ph.D from University of Minnesota in both Speech Science and Psychology in 1973.
In 1997, Kuhl was honored with the invitation to speak at President and Mrs. Clinton's Conference on Early Learning and the Brain. Kuhl has been featured on CNN, the New York Times and in many academic journals.
Featured Keynote - Early Linguistic Development
Patricia Kuhl Shows How a Baby's Brain Categorizes Complex Languages
In this speech, Patricia Kuhl discusses early language and brain development in babies. She describes babies as geniuses when it comes to learning a new language. As she explains, babies are capable of… Read More