Brain’s Window for Language Learning Open Until Adulthood
[Source: Science Daily]
It has long been known that children learn language more easily than adults, but determining exactly when that ability declines has been something of a mystery. Researchers now report that prime language learning years extend approximately a decade longer than previously thought — until 17.4 years of age. The new findings hold implications for neuroscience, linguistics, developmental psychology and public policy.
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