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<jats:p>In this comprehensive review by Baum and Titone, the authors promote the notion that bilingualism should be thought of as an agent of neuroplastic change over the life span. Their proposal offers a context within which to view early enrichment, one element of which is the early learning of two languages. The review points out the complexities of studying bilingualism and highlights empirical gaps in research that are critical to our understanding of how experience with language, especially exposure to two languages, might affect the neurocognitive system. The framework brings together disparate sets of studies in the literature across multiple methods, models, and disparate repertoires of descriptive terms.</jats:p>

Original publication

DOI

10.1017/s0142716414000241

Type

Journal article

Journal

Applied Psycholinguistics

Publisher

Cambridge University Press (CUP)

Publication Date

09/2014

Volume

35

Pages

917 - 920