Bilingual Children with High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder: Evidence from Oral Narratives and Non-verbal Executive Function Tasks

Abstract

Bilingualism is an exponentially increasing condition in today’s world population due to mass immigration and globalization. Today, more than half of the world’s children are raised bilingual (cf. Marian & Shook, 2012). Previous research has shown that individuals raised in bilingual environments enjoy linguistic and cognitive advantages. More specifically… (More)

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