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Penn State Psychology Professor Dr. Ping Li publishes article discussing how bilingual brains change in response to learning a second language

This article, by Penn State Psychology Professor Dr. Ping Li, discusses how bilingual brains change in response to learning a second language. Among the interesting findings are language-specific effects of bilingualism, how second language learning leads to a more integrated brain, and why language learning may delay cognitive aging. Check it out, and let us know what you think:https://npjscilearncommunity.nature.com/users/33701-ping-li/posts/15138-learning-a-second-language-remodels-our-brains