Bilingualism beyond languages: the impact of bilingualism upon the brain: comment on "The bilingual brain: flexibility and control in the human cortex" by Buchweitz and Prat.


The human brain has not only evolved to accommodate a single language but is, in fact, fully equipped to acquire more than one language as in bilingual individuals. Humans can learn two languages from early after birth without great difficulty or later in life due to educational requirements, immigration, or alternative circumstances. These different… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.plrev.2013.09.003


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