AThEME has published its final European Policy Brief on multilingualism and cognitive aspects.

Based on AThEME research findings, this fifth policy brief is complementary to its fourth policy brief aimed at increasing the general understanding of interactions involving non-native speakers from a linguistic, cognitive and social perspective. It investigates children and adults speaking or learning different languages in different communities and educational contexts.

Published on the European Commission website showcasing Social Sciences & Humanities research:

European Policy Brief: Cognitive Aspects II