Departmental Bulletin Paper Cognitive Benefits from Bilingualism and Second Language Study

SNYDER, Steven M.  ,  スナイダー, スティーブン  ,  Steven M., SNYDER

During the past decades a growing number of research studies have found cognitive benefits for bi-lingual individuals in comparison to people who only speak one language. Across a broad range of ages and learning conditions research has found that bilinguals and students learning a second language perform better on a number of cognitive tasks and exhibit other benefits from their knowledge of more than a single language. This review presents a general summary of the findings to increase general awareness of the cognitive benefits of foreign language learning.

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