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Multiple Methods Reveal the Complexities of Neurocognitive Development

The adult brain is often used as a model for understanding both typical and atypical development, but in reality the brain is different in infancy and is constantly changing in response to both genetic and environmental influences. The importance of understanding the timeline and nature of these interactions on neural More

New Research From Psychological Science

Read about the latest research published in Psychological Science: Multiple Levels of Bilingual Language Control: Evidence From Language Intrusions in Reading Aloud Tamar H. Gollan, Elizabeth R. Schotter, Joanne Gomez, Mayra Murillo, and Keith Rayner Bilingual individuals rarely make cross-language intrusion errors (i.e., unintentional language switches), which makes this phenomenon difficult More