Can the bilingual advantage in executive functioning disappear? A longitudinal study into cognitive performance of bilingual children

Esli Struys, Marie-Eve Joret, Lilith Van Biesen

Onderzoeksoutput: Unpublished abstract

Samenvatting

We used a longitudinal design to track the development of executive functioning in bilingual and monolingual children. The monolingual group showed a higher decline
in response rates over a 2-year period on a Simon-task than the bilinguals, but no group differences were found on either of the separate time points.
Originele taal-2English
StatusPublished - 2016
Evenement2016 Annual Conference American Association for Applied Linguistics - Hilton Orlando, Orlando, United States
Duur: 9 apr 201612 apr 2016
http://c.ymcdn.com/sites/www.aaal.org/resource/resmgr/Conference/2016/AAAL_Summary_Book_2016_Abstr.pdf

Conference

Conference2016 Annual Conference American Association for Applied Linguistics
Verkorte titelAAAL
LandUnited States
StadOrlando
Periode9/04/1612/04/16
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