The Child Language Research Center (CLRC) at the University of Oulu brings together numerous successful child language researchers and research groups in the fields of logopedics, linguistics, various branches of medicine, neuroscience, psychology, education and phonetics.

About us

The research in the Center focuses on the following themes: typical language acquisition and interaction, risk factors and disorders of speech and language development, neural bases of language learning, cochlear implants and hearing impairments, pragmatic development and its disorders, and intervention studies.  The Center has extensive co-operation with universities and research groups around the world. You can follow us also in Twitter https://twitter.com/ouluclrc

Research

CLRC provides modern research infrastructure and highly skilled staff for researchers. The research in the Center is internationally oriented with a wide variety of research areas. The high quality of the research has been proven in a comprehensive Research Assessment Exercise in 2013: CLRC scored 5.5/6 (outstanding) in the evaluation.

News

Upcoming PhD thesis defence by Elina Niemitalo-Haapola 2nd June 2017

31.05.17

MA Elina Niemitalo-Haapola will defend her PhD thesis on 2nd of June 2017 (at 12 o’clock in the lecture hall HU106).