10/29/15 Radio Show feat. Jessie Schwab, Developmental Psychologist

Between sweet tunes like Qfolk and Diet Cig, I discuss early childhood development, specifically of language, with Jessie Schwab, doctoral candidate of developmental psychology at Princeton University. We get in to how this is measured (the efforts of the new Princeton Baby Lab), and even get in to the debate in psychology and linguistics of whether language is a learned or innate ability.

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Mischief Brew Slow Death Hymn This is not for children Alternative Tentacles
The Rezillos Top of the pops Can’t stand the Rezillos Sire Records
Royal Headache Another world High What’s your rupture
The Babies Get Lost Our House on the Hill Woodsist
Talking with Jessie Schwab Developmental Psychology
Shovels and Rope O Be Joyful O be joyful dualtone music group
Qfolk Leftist Love Song Songs I wrote S/R Bandcamp Princeton’s own!
Angel Olsen Enemy Burn your fire for no witness jagjaguwar
Mulatu Astatke Tezeta (Nostalgia) Ethiopiques vol 4 CRC edition
Torres Sprinter Sprinter Partisan Records 2015 album
Talking with Jessie Schwab Developmental Psychology
Billy Bragg, Wilco California Stars Mermaid Avenue Nonesuch interviewee selection
Tea Leaf Green Not Fit Raise up the tent Surfdog records interviewee selection
Old 97’s Big Brown Eyes Too far to care Elektra entertainment group interviewee selection
Portugal. The man The Sun The Satanic Satanist Equal Vision Records interviewee selection
Computer Magic Fuzz Fuzz Channel 9 Records
The Adverts Gary Gilmore’s Eyes Crossing the red sea with the adverts fire records
Deaf Wish Calypso Pain Sub Pop
Hinds Chili Town Very Best of Hinds so Far Mom+Pop
Diet Cig Scene Sick Over Easy Father/Daughter Records
The Coathangers Drive Suck my shirt Suicide Squeeze

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