Learning a Second Language Linked to Synesthesia

January 9, 2017 | LiveScience.com

Researchers have found that people who learn a second language later in life are more likely to engage in synesthesia - or sensory or cognitive experiences that are automatically triggered by another - than people who are natively bilingual. The research was conducted with more than 11,000 students from universities in Prague and British Columbia.

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