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Diane Poulin-Dubois and Cristina Crivello

Switching between languages pays off
Posted on February 5, 2016

A group of researchers, led by Diane Poulin-Dubois, a professor in the Department of Psychology, and Cristina Crivello, a graduate student with Concordia’s Centre for Research in Human Development (CRDH), found that bilingual toddlers had an advantage over their monolingual peers in the area of cognitive flexibility

Coverage appeared in LaPresse.caRadio-Canada.caHuffington Post Québec, Journal MétroScience CodexMedical XPressScience Alert, Radio Canada International (in Spanish), Big News NetworkThe Times of IndiaWeb India 123, New KeralaBusiness StandardSify NewsNewsWise, NewsXLive MintLe Droit,  CanIndia NewsThe Hans IndiaJagran PostProthom AloEenadu IndiaWonder WomanBio SpaceNews Gram and Today Topics.

Reuters USReuters UK, Reuters India,, TopSanté.com GMA NewsAsia One, The Malay Mail Online, Channel (North Dakota), (Minnesota),  (Michigan),   (Wisconsin) and Daily News 724, also covered the research.

Poulin Dubois was interviewed by Radio Canada Vancouver's 'Midi express' radio program. Crivello was on Radio Canada Manitoba's  'Le 6 à 9'. 
The results of the study were recently published in the Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.

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