Tornado – The most open child in a language has developed a carefully crafted advantage compared to a language-only child
Researchers at the Toronto University of Toronto say that this effort can be started at the age of six months.
Research published in the Journal of Developmental Sciences measured the movements of the eyes of the children to evaluate the study and study. Nearly half of the children were studying in academic studies. The other half of the languages also heard two of their homes.
Heads were placed in a fence with camera and screen. Their eye movements were observed when they saw the images in the various parts of the screen.
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Researchers found that babies are better at a bilingual home when compared to those who speak a language.
Co-writer Ellen Bielstock says that the bilingual bilingual binomials in life are not the language of the difference, but rather the center of attention concentrated.
"In this study, we are at the very first stage, the basis for attracting the brain chains, they are different from the growing children in a bilingual environment," said Biialist, a professor of psychology. .
"Why is it important? That is why all knowledge is the foundation.
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