SELECTED ARTICLES: BILINGUALISM IN ADOPTED CHILDREN
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View Doctor PharmD Bilingual Babies: The Roots of Bilingualism in Newborns 4/14/2010 Psychological scientists Krista Byers-Heinlein and Janet F. Werker from the University of British Columbia along with Tracey Burns of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development in France wanted to investigate language preference and discrimination in newborns
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View Boris Gindis, Ph.D. Pros and cons of keeping the native language of the adopted child 4/4/2006 If adoption is on your mind, you should think through your strategies on native language issues of your future child well in advance. Indeed, the preservation of the first language is a "hot" topic for many adoptive parents who often have to choose between their hopes and dreams and the reality of parenting a traumatized post-institutional child. The article points out at some aspects of development of your internationally adopted child, which you should consider deciding on the child’s native language preservation.
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