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ERIC Number: EJ183539
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Publication Date: 1978
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Cognitive and Socio-Cultural Consequences of Bilingualism
Lambert, Wallace E.
Canadian Modern Language Review, 34, 3, 537-47, Feb 78
A review of the research indicating that bilingual children enjoy a definite advantage in the domain of cognitive flexibility. Further, there is no basis for the belief that becoming bilingual or bicultural necessarily means a loss of identity. Application of the studies to ethnolinguistic minority groups is discussed. (AMH)
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