Have you ever imagined what it would be like to lose language? To not be able to express it or understand it? Well, for people suffering from aphasia, this tends to be a sad reality.Aphasia is a growing field of study, especially in bilingual patients, who may lose one
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Have you ever imagined what it would be like to lose language? To not be able to express it or understand it? Well, for people suffering from aphasia, this tends
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When investigators treat bilingualism as a dimensional, non-unitary construct, fMRIs demonstrate that differences in the duration and extent of bilingual experience effect the recruitment of different neural regions for distinct cognitive processes.
What does it sound like when you think? We all experience different types of private speech-like thoughts on a given day depending on what we’re thinking about. Many researchers
For our paper prototype we have decided to write an outline of how we would propose this to congress to see the avenues we would need to take to get our curriculum passed and in schools.