[Cortical organization of different languages with different proficiency levels].

@article{VarelaHall2012CorticalOO,
  title={[Cortical organization of different languages with different proficiency levels].},
  author={Caetana Varela-Hall and Ana Beatriz Martinez and Luc{\'i}a Halty and J. M. Santos and Tom{\'a}s Ortiz},
  journal={Revista de neurologia},
  year={2012},
  volume={54 Suppl 1},
  pages={S137-45}
}
INTRODUCTION Several studies have enhanced differences and similarities in the processing of early and late acquired languages. Anatomic and functional differences have demonstrated how bilingualism exerts executive functions, dependent of the prefrontal cortex in the frontal lobe. AIM To study the cortical differences, neurophysiologically measured in school-aged children, in the processing of known and unknown languages. SUBJECTS AND METHODS We have measured the recognition processes of… CONTINUE READING