This literature review explores the neurocognitive effects of the bilingual brain. Many areas of bilingualism are examined such as age of acquisition, which is when the second language is attained, and memory. The three types of bilingual memory are implicit memory, which is procedural memory, explicit memory, which is declarative memory, and episodic memory, which is autobiographical memory. In relation to the bilingual brain, cognition, control, and /lateralization are also reviewed. Finally, second language (L2) learning strategies are considered. The objective of this study is to obtain an understanding on how two or more languages are acquired and processed in the brain from a biological and psychological perspective by examining age of acquisition, memory, cognition, and lateralization
James, Victoria A.
"The Bilingual Brain,"
Journal of Counseling and Psychology: Vol. 1:
2, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.gardner-webb.edu/jcp/vol1/iss2/1