Hello, welcome to my blog!

I’m Aimee, a Psychology with Education Studies student at the University of Warwick. I’m now in my final year!

My blog aims to document the highs and lows (yet important lessons) of student life, and to share some (hopefully) helpful advice which I have been learning along the way. I am interested in language development, developmental psychology more broadly, and the impact of socio-economic status on developmental and educational outcomes, which I hope to begin sharing more about!

I hope you enjoy reading some of my posts, and please don’t hesitate to get in contact if you have any questions. Content suggestions can be left on the ‘Contact Me’ page πŸ™‚.

During my time at university, I have realised how important guidence and access to resources are. Therefore, I have added a couple of resource sections on this blog (and working on some more for the near future). You can access these through the tabs located at the top of this blog. I hope that they will be of use!

Featured Post:

Early Language Development: What and How Do Infants Process Input Before Their 1st Birthday?

Language Development has been my favourite area of Psychology to learn about! With the aim of also sharing some more psychological research with you all on this blog, I thought that I would write a post introducing you to some key concepts and some of the really intriguing material presented from my lecturers and through my own independent reading.

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“People are going to tell you who you are your whole life, but you’ve just got to punch back and say,
No, this is who I am‘. You want people to look at you differently? Make them.
You’re gonna have to get out there and change them yourself, because there are no fairy godmothers in this world.”


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