Independent effects of bilingualism and socioeconomic status on language ability and executive functioning
Cognition, Volume 130, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 278-288.
bilingualismexecutive functioninglanguage abilitysocioeconomic status
One hundred and seventy-five children who were 6-years old were assigned to one of four groups that differed in socioeconomic status (SES; working class or middle class) and language background (monolingual or bilingual). The children completed tests of nonverbal intelligence, language tests assessing receptive vocabulary and attention ba...More
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