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The Babylab gathers an international group of of researchers in psychology, cognitive, speech motor and language sciences.

Topics of research include infants’ development of face perception, their ability to differentiate between languages, the development of cognitive and language and social skills, the role of multimodality and experience in language development.
We use a variety of behavioral and physiological methods, e.g.,  based on measurements of children's gaze, vocal productions.
Our studies are carried out within the framework of local, national, European and international collaborations with academic partners, as well as professionals from the educational, clinical and social sectors.

To find out more about our current projects and collaborations, please visit the Development & Learning page. Our latest publications are listed in Scientific Productions.


Directeur de Recherche CNRS
Responsable du Babylab - Grenoble

Mathilde FORT
Maîtresse de conférence
Co-Responsable du Babylab - Grenoble

04 76 74 81 63 (enfance[at]univ-grenoble-alpes[dot]fr)

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Participate in our studies

What happens during a session ? How do we study infant skills? Who are the studies we carry out for? Under whose responsibility are these studies carried out?

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Our methods

Watch what you like best Look at what's new Associate events

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What babies teach us

Smell and taste
Hearing and language perception
Vision in newborn babies
Newborn babies and face perception

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In the medias

Conferences, interviews,

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