Elise A. Piazza

Selected news coverage of our research:

GRAMMY Museum: "GRAMMY Museum Grant Program awards $200,000 for music research and sound preservation." June 16, 2020.
The Daily Princetonian: "Small subjects, big findings." March 5, 2020.
Psychology Today: "Want socially skilled kids? Play attention to this new study." February 3, 2020.
SmartHER News interview: "Adults: think you have control? Think again!" January 31, 2020.
Princeton News: "Baby and adult brains 'sync up' during play, finds Princeton Baby Lab." January 9, 2020.
Washington Post: "Baby talk isn't silly. It's a serious way of learning." March 25, 2018.
Science Friday interview: "A lesson in the language of 'baby talk'." October 13, 2017.
PBS News Hour: "A mother uses a similar tone with babies, no matter the language." October 12, 2017.
The Guardian: "Why baby talk is more sophisticated than you might think." October 12, 2017.
Princeton News: "Uncovering the sound of 'motherese', baby talk across languages." October 12, 2017.
Huffington Post: "Scientists invented a headband that could help us better understand each other." March 24, 2017.
Science Alert: "New findings show how our brains 'align' when we communicate." March 10, 2017.
Princeton News: "Schmidt Fund transformative technology awards go to neuroscience, 3-D cellular imaging." February 22, 2016.
Science Today interview: "New insight into how humans get the gist of complex sounds." July 12, 2013.
Berkeley News: "'Nuff said: Humans get the gist of complex sounds." July 12, 2013.