"Being bilingual may delay Alzheimer's and boost brain power..."

Lise Menn lise.menn at colorado.edu
Mon Feb 21 02:45:09 UTC 2011

AAAS Section Z: Linguistics and Language Sciences are proud to have  
sponsored this symposium, with presentations by organizer Judith Kroll  
and by Janet Werker, Karen Emmorey, Teresa Bajo, Sonja Kotz, and Ellen  
Bialystok.  The evidence presented was very impressive.
	Thanks for posting the link, Alex.
	Lise Menn, Secretary, Section Z

On Feb 20, 2011, at 5:27 PM, alex gross wrote:

> Here's some pleasant news from The Guardian, at least for those of  
> us fortunate enough to be bi- or multi-lingual...assuming it doesn't  
> get contradicted by another set of texts next month...
> http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2011/feb/18/bilingual-alzheimers-brain-power-multitasking
> All the best to everyone!
> alex

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