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From: The London Free Press

A Real Talking Point: Bilingual Children Are Not Smarter Than Others

Remember how we all thought bilingual kids were smarter because they knew two languages? It turns out that’s not true, say researchers at Western University.

J. Bruce Morton and Cassandra Lowe, who work at the school’s Brain and Mind Institute, have poked holes in that long-held theory in a recent spate of papers, including in the journal Psychological Science.

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