Michelle McGillion
Michelle McGillion
University of Warwick, Department of Psychology
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A randomised controlled trial to test the effect of promoting caregiver contingent talk on language development in infants from diverse socioeconomic status backgrounds
M Mcgillion, JM Pine, JS Herbert, D Matthews
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 58 (10), 1122-1131, 2017
What Paves the Way to Conventional Language? The Predictive Value of Babble, Pointing, and Socioeconomic Status
M McGillion, JS Herbert, J Pine, M Vihman, R DePaolis, T Keren‐Portnoy, ...
Child development 88 (1), 156-166, 2017
Supporting early vocabulary development: What sort of responsiveness matters?
ML McGillion, JS Herbert, JM Pine, T Keren-Portnoy, MM Vihman, ...
IEEE Transactions on Autonomous Mental Development 5 (3), 240-248, 2013
Infants’ intentionally communicative vocalizations elicit responses from caregivers and are the best predictors of the transition to language: A longitudinal investigation of …
E Donnellan, M Bannard, Colin, McGillion, K Slocombe, D Matthews
Developmental Science, 2019
Early childhood education and care (ECEC) during COVID‐19 boosts growth in language and executive function
C Davies, A Hendry, SP Gibson, T Gliga, M McGillion, ...
Infant and child development 30 (4), e2241, 2021
Not all babies are in the same boat: Exploring the effects of socioeconomic status, parental attitudes, and activities during the 2020 COVID‐19 pandemic on early Executive …
A Hendry, SP Gibson, C Davies, T Gliga, M McGillion, ...
Infancy 27 (3), 555-581, 2022
Can inferencing be trained in preschoolers using shared book-reading? A randomised controlled trial of parents’ inference-eliciting questions on oral inferencing ability
C Davies, M McGillion, C Rowland, D Matthews
Journal of Child Language, 1-25, 2019
Towards a dimensional model of risk and protective factors influencing children’s early cognitive, social and emotional development during the COVID-19 pandemic
A Hendry, SP Gibson, N Gonzalez-Gomez, C Davies, M McGillion
PsyArXiv, 2022
Late talking toddlers: Relating early phonological development to later language advance
MM Vihman, T Keren-Portnoy, C Whitaker, A Bidgood, M McGillion
York Papers in Linguistics 2 (13), 47-68, 2013
More frequent naps are associated with lower cognitive development in a cohort of 8–38‐month‐old children, during the Covid‐19 pandemic
T Gliga, A Hendry, SP Kong, B Ewing, C Davies, M McGillion, ...
JCPP Advances, e12190, 2023
Caregiver sensitivity supported young children’s vocabulary development during the Covid-19 UK lockdowns
M McGillion, C Davies, A HENDRY, N Gonzalez-Gomez
Journal of Child Language, 1-17, 2023
Early childhood education and care (ECEC) had sustained benefits for young children’s vocabulary, communication, problem solving, and personal-social development during COVID …
C Davies, SP Gibson, A Hendry, N Archer, M McGillion, ...
PsyArXiv, 2022
Early Education and Care During Covid-19 Boosts Language and Executive Function
C Davies, A Hendry, S Gibson, T Gliga, M McGillion, N Gonzalez-Gomez
Children and Young People Now Select 2021 (8), 40-40, 2021
Explaining Individual Differences in Vocabulary Development: The Roles of Infant Precursor Skills and the Caregiving Environment.
ML McGillion
University of Sheffield, 2014
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