Invited talk: Bi-/multilingualism and brain plasticity: Current evidence and implications for cognitive ageing

I have been invited by the Centre de recherche de l’Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal, Canada, to give a talk titled “Bi-/multilingualism and brain plasticity: Current evidence and implications for cognitive ageing”. This is part of the ‘Life Trajectory and Cognitive Ageing’ scientific meeting, to be held on the 17th of May, which will feature a variety of talks on the topic of cognitive ageing and the strategies or lifestyle changes that might interact with it.

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The full programme of the meeting can be found here

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