How does immersion affect brain activity and learning?

Researchers at the Georgetown University Medical Center tested two groups of adults to see how learning a foreign language would affect their brain activity. One group received instruction in a classroom, while the other learned through immersion. Neuroscientists found that those in the immersion setting displayed brain functions more closely resembling those of native speakers.

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