Monday, 1 February 2010

Brains of bilingual people wired differently, study says

The brains of people who can speak two languages actually work differently than their one-language counterparts, according to a recent study published in Psychological Science, which says that children who know two languages can more easily solve problems that involve misleading cues, and knowledge of a second language, even one learned as an adolescent, affects how people read their native language. More on

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