Evidence for ‘bilingual advantage’ may be less conclusive than previously thought

Study results that challenge the idea that bilingual speakers have a cognitive advantage are less likely to be published than those that support the bilingual-advantage theory, according to new research. This research suggests that a publication bias in favor of positive results may skew the overall literature on bilingualism and cognitive function. —> Read More Here


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