Latest Cognitive advantages to bilingualism Stories
Bilingual speakers process information more efficiently and more easily than those who only speak a single language, and a new study tells us that speaking more than one language is also good for the brain.
New research from the University of Arizona shows that bilingual individuals switch between two different ‘sound systems’ in their brain when alternating between languages.
Children who grow up learning to speak two languages are better at switching between tasks than are children who learn to speak only one language.
New research explains how speaking more than one language may translate to better mental health.
A new study on children who are raised bilingual examined the effects on children's development of growing up speaking two languages.
There are numerous benefits of being bilingual such as an improvement in linguistic and meta linguistic abilities as well as betterment of cognitive flexibility such as divergent thinking, concept formation, verbal abilities and general reasoning.
People who can speak two languages are more adept at learning a new foreign language than their monolingual counterparts, according to research conducted at Northwestern University.
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