This course explores the brain bases of bilingualism by discussing literature relevant to differences in age of initial learning, proficiency, and control in the nonverbal, single language and dual-language literature. Participants will learn about the latest research related to how humans learn one or two languages and other cognitive skills.
University of Houston
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This course helped me in understanding various aspects of how brain and mind works and how we can use these knowledge for studying different languages and also when we multitasks
A great course for those who are interested in the fascinating bilingual research going on in area. Clearly stated, up-to-date literature shared.
Very interesting and informative. Many aspects make you think of language, the mind, and the brain in a different way. I enjoyed it quite a bit.
It led me to a whole new world to see bilingualism from different point of view. It explained ideas that I had before scientifically.
Is financial aid available?