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  Elena Lieven   Funded Research Projects 

Funded Research Projects

1993-95
ESRC Grant (R000234221) £52,780 Investigators: J.Pine & E. Lieven
held at Nottingham University
Title of grant: Stylistic variation in children's single and early multi-word speech.

1994-95
ESRC grant (R000221285) £30,250 Investigators: E. Lieven & J.Pine
held at Manchester University
Title of grant: The relevance of positional patterns to the development of grammatical categories.

1995-98
ESRC grant (R000236393) £183,600 Investigators: E. Lieven & J.Pine
Held jointly at Manchester and Nottingham
Title of grant: The development of grammatical categories

1999-2001
ESRC grant (R000237911) £156,796 Investigators: E. Lieven & J.Pine
Held jointly at Manchester and Nottingham
Title of grant: Grammatical category development and its relation to lexical specificity in mothers’ speech

1999-2001
ESRC grant (R000237767) £134,238 Investigators: G. Conti-Ramsden, E. Lieven & J.Pine
Held in Department of Education, Manchester
Title of grant: The acquisition of verbs and verb morphology in children with Specific Language Impairment

2001-2002
ESRC: £79,808 Investigators: Conti-Ramsden (PI), Lieven & Pine
Held in Department of Education, Manchester Contrasting syntactic and limited scope accounts of early grammar in children with SLI.

2004-2006 (extended to 2008)
DOBES project : Linguistic and ethnographic documentation of Chintang and Puma: two endangered Kiranti languages in Nepal
(Grant awarded to B. Bickel, University of Leipzig): Sabine Stoll (Linguistics, MPI EVAN) and I collaborate on the language acquisition part of this project.