Marta Rivera live on the Radio5 program “InquietaMENTE”
Marta Rivera, PhD student of the Memory and Language research group and a member of our Bilingualism Matters UGR organization talked about how the brain modulates the coexistence of different languages and how this mechanism works. She spoke about the research results obtained by the investigation group and she highlighted the importance of disseminating the information to society. Finally, she thanked the Spanish Foundation of Science and Technology (FECYT) and the Ministry of Science and Innovation for funding the project "How do languages co-exist in the brain? Relaying evidence from the laboratory to our society" (FCT-19-15358).
Click here to listen to this episode of the radio show: https://www.rtve.es/alacarta/audios/inquietamente/inquietamente-bilinguismo-neuroprotector/5915683/