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Bilingual children may lose less brain matter as they grow up
Children and adolescents who speak more than one language may reach adulthood with more grey matter, according to a new study.
In a paper published in Brain Structure and Function, an international team of academics led by the University of Reading and Georgetown University looked at detailed scans of children’s and adolescents’ brains and found that bilingual participants had potential advantages of both grey and white matter than similarly-aged children who spoke only one language.
Release date: 2 September 2020
Source: University of Reading