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STOP! In the name of l'amour: Language Control and Differential Aphasia

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

The Blowfish Effect in Word Learning

Weird category members narrow category definitions in novel word learning situations

Different bilingual experiences yield different neural recruitment in cognitive demands

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.

Inner Dialogue: Your Brain on Conversational Inner Speech

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

A Short Tune

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(Audio) Feedback

Our initial question was how can we make online learning better for all parties: teachers, students, and parents? We know that right now times are difficult and stressful. We want

Bilingualism Gang: Your Feedback

In the two weeks since our last blogpost, we’ve been actively engaged in thinking more about our ideas and what they would entail. After getting our peers’ feedback, we

Correcting Our Pitch

Our initial solutions:Solution 1 Zoom seems like the only platform most teachers use now for online learning. We want to create a completely new platform that combines good aspects