Totting up

October 24, 1997

(Photograph) - Totting up: two-year-old Andreas Lang receives an infant scientist degree from Martha Piper, University of British Columbia president, and chancellor William Sauder as his mother Carolyn Reitsma-Lang looks on. Seven one to two-year-olds received the degrees during the launch of the university's campaign to promote the diversity and value of UBC research. The children, together with their parents, are helping British Columbia psychology professor Janet Werker's research into how infants process speech.

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