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Welcome to the first issue of our e-newsletter. We hope you enjoy this new way to keep you informed of all the news concerning our Consortium on Individual Development (CID) and all cohort studies involved. We plan to give you this update four times a year. 

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Jacobine Buizer-Voskamp
Project manager Consortium on Individual Development
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Spread the word: CID position paper

Childhood development deserves a more prominent place in Horizon 2020 calls. Download the CID position paper and spread the word!
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The YOUth study has 1.000 participants!

'Joining YOUth means helping the children of the future': Charlotte Onland talks about the makeup of the cohort. What do we need to know about all these kids? 
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Comparing birdsong and human speech

Sita ter Haar started on her VENI project last January. She studies birdsong learning performance as a model of human speech and language acquisition, continuing on the work she started as a CID postdoc.
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Award for Ine Beyens and Patti Valkenburg

Dr. Ine Beyens and Professor Patti Valkenburg received a Top Paper Award from the International Communication Association, at the annual meeting of the ICA last May in San Diego, USA.
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Highlighted publications
Yang, C., Crain, S., Berwick, R.C., Chomsky, N. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2017) The growth of language: Universal Grammar, experience, and principles of computationNeuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, in press. 

Prather, J., Okanoya, K. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2017) Brains for birds and babies: Neural parallels between birdsong learning and speech acquisition. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, in press.

Beckers, G.J.L., Berwick, R.C., Okanoya, K. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2017) What do animals learn in artificial grammar studies? Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, in press. 
Bolhuis, J.J. & Everaert, M.B.H. (2017) The biology of language. Neurosci. Biobehav. Rev., in press.

Bolhuis, J.J. & Hogan, J.A. (2017) Ethological theories. In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Child Development, 2nd Edition. B. Hopkins, Geangu, E. & Linkenauger, S. (Eds.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 35-42.

Huybregts, M.A.C., Berwick, R.C. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2016) The language within. Science, 352, 1286.

Eda-Fujiwara, H., Satoh, R., Hata, Y., Yamasaki, M., Watanabe, A., Zandbergen, M.A., Okamoto, Y., Takenori Miyamoto, T. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2016) Sex differences in behavioural and neural responsiveness to mate calls in a parrot. Sci. Rep., 6, 18481. 

Mol, C., Chen, A., Kager, R.W.J., ter Haar, S.M. Prosody in birdsong: A review and perspective. Neuroscience &  Biobehavioral Reviews 

Beckers, G.J.L., Berwick, R.C., Okanoya, K., Bolhuis, J.J.  What do animals learn in artificial grammar studies? Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews

Zondervan-Zwijnenburg, M., van de Schoot-Hubeek, W., Lek, K., Hoijtink H., & Van de Schoot, R. (2017) Application and evaluation of an expert judgment elicitation procedure for correlations. Frontiers in Psychology, 8:90. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00090 

Edited special issue

Bolhuis, J.J. & Everaert, M.B.H. (Eds.) (2017) The Biology of Language. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, in press.
15 August
Tour de Consortium
Following last year’s Tour de Consortium in Utrecht, we are happy to announce to the second Tour de Consortium in Leiden.

4 October
Half-yearly CID meeting
From 12.30-17.30 hrs, Location: University Hall Utrecht

11 October
Tour de Consortium
The third Tour de Consortium will be held in Groningen. More information will follow.
Coming in April 2018
Fourth SAB meeting & CID symposium
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