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THE RELATIONSHIP AMONG GRAY MATTER CORTICAL THICKNESS, ACTIVITY, AND BILINGUAL BACKGROUND VARIABLES
A bilingual person’s brain has to manage two languages. According to psycholinguistic models, lexical representations of the two languages are always active and to select the correct language, the other has to be inhibited ...
Exploring the Role of Culture, Language Experience, and Executive Function on Children’s Behavioral Outcomes
Executive Function (EF) is a complex cognitive construct encompassing a set of processes that monitor and control thought and action for goal-directed responses. Increasing research has demonstrated that certain language ...
The bilingual advantage in switching: Are two better than one?
Most previous studies of the bilingual advantage analyzed speed and accuracy results from the same task separately. Using this method, some found advantages in switching tasks that favor bilinguals while others have not, ...