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Pink Gradient

Pink Gradient


Communicating in a non-native language (L2) is a challenging task, requiring mastery of vocabulary and grammar of the foreign language as well as knowledge of language-specific rules of social interaction. 

The objective of our research on multilingualism is to understand how multilinguals cope with cross-linguistic differences, how different languages are represented in their brains, whether multilingualism is associated with any cognitive advantages and/or disadvantages, what features of brain anatomy and function make someone a better learner of a foreign language, and why some individuals fail to learn a foreign language despite years of intensive foreign language instruction. 

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