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  1. The Effect of Bilingualism on Cue-Based Vs. Memory-Based Task Switching in Older Adults.Jennifer A. Rieker, José Manuel Reales & Soledad Ballesteros - 2020 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 14.
    Findings suggest a positive impact of bilingualism on cognition, including the later onset of dementia. However, it is not clear to what extent these effects are influenced by variations in attentional control demands in response to specific task requirements. In this study, 20 bilingual and 20 monolingual older adults performed a task-switching task under explicit task-cuing vs. memory-based switching conditions. In the cued condition, task switches occurred in random order and a visual cue signaled the next task to be performed. (...)
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  • Exploration of Attentional and Executive Abilities in French-Speaking Children Immersed in Dutch Since 1, 2, 3, and 6 Years. [REVIEW]Sophie Gillet, Cristina Anca Barbu & Martine Poncelet - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
    Advantages in diverse aspects of cognitive functioning have been reported in early bilinguals as well as in children frequenting an early bilingual immersion school program. However, during the last decade, some studies failed to replicate these advantages. Currently, the presence of cognitive benefits in children frequenting an immersion program remains debated. The lack of consistency between the studies could come from the fact that time spent by children within the immersion program is variable from one study to the other and (...)
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