Does learning a new language alter brain structure?

09/1/2013 | Science World Report

Learning a new language can change the pattern of brain development, according to a recent study in which researchers evaluated MRI scans for bilingual and monolingual participants. Researchers found that physiological changes depend on the age of the individual learning the second language.

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