Study shows languages develop on their own, independent course and the rates reflect the quality of exposure to each language.
According to a new study, bilingualism related differences in brain activity can be seen in children as young as 11 months.
Proficient bilingual toddlers enjoy greater cognitive benefits that their monolingual peers, a new study reports.
Researchers report the strength of certain brain connections may predict success, or failure, at learning a second language.
A new study reports early exposure to a language influences how the brain processes sounds from a second language later in life.
A new study reports bilingual patients are twice as likely to have normal cognitive function following a stroke than a person who speaks only one language.
Researchers look at the impact of bilingualism on information processing.