Can Neuroscience Help People Learn New Languages?

IDEAS Posted: June 3, 201611:00 am “Tell me if this sounds familiar: you just turned off the light, your head is on the pillow, your eyes are closed, and yet, instead of drifting off to dreamland, you find yourself thinking about something that happened earlier in the day. Surprisingly, this process of reactivating your memories occurs even when you aren’t aware of it, and not only is it normal, it might actually improve your memory. As a second-language researcher, I am especially interested in harnessing this phenomenon to help people learn new languages.” Related


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