Bilingualism and the Effects it has on the Mind

A recent New York Times interview with Ellen Bialystok, a cognitive neuroscientist, discusses her extensive research of bilingualism and the effects it has on the mind.  Bialystok, a professor of psychology at York University, explains how speaking two languages regularly can sharpen the mind, lead to better multitasking abilities and delay the onset of Alzheimer’s symptoms.  For the full article, click here.

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