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Learning foreign languages may sharpen your mind: study
 

Learning foreign languages may sharpen your mind: study

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The neurophysiological mechanics of language and speech acquisition are underexplored when compared to the brain's other functions.
 
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6 Sep 2016 - General
 
Marinelle Castro That research of yours sounds very interesting. So if you find out which tenet contributes to more cross-over connections what would you want this information to give to u...
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Especially when you're single---LOL Alan Rosmadi, good job! Oh I'm sure you and my sister will have fun playing with accents ...
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I have time when I am sailing on vessels and most of my time watching movies and work. But then i got tired of movies and my eyesight was getting worst, so i started learning Spanish online and from apps. I only started learning it early this year bu...
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Learning new things can sharpen your mind because of the new synaptic connections created as we learn. I think special attention is being given to language because its one of the regions of the brain that has been well studied and documented. Languag...
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I could definitely see how learning a new language could make our brains sharper. It said in the article: "Yuriy Shtyrov, one of the authors of the study, said that the more languages someone mastered, the faster the neuron network coding the in...
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My sister grew up doing different accents. She was very young then and she loved doing all kinds of accents---Jamaican, French, Chinese, German, British etc. In London, she took up languages and fell in love with French. In University, she decided to...
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