Bilingualism: no protective effect


REPORT FROM THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF NEUROLOGY – An analysis of data from the longitudinal Einstein Aging Study (EAS) has found that bilingualism does not protect against or delay the onset of dementia or amnestic mild cognitive impairment (MCI) (Saunders et al. AAN 2009; abstract S02.004).

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