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By integrating the work of six research groups formed by professionals from various scientific fields, and with the common aim of addressing the phenomenon of bilingualism, the overall objective is to understand the neural and cognitive mechanisms that enable the acquisition and use of various languages, this being considered within the wider context of other human cognitive skills.



This open and multidisciplinary project has theoretical and practical implications that go beyond the mere descriptive level of psycholinguistics. One of its central concerns is to consider not only the process through which a language or languages are acquired in a bilingual context, but also the implications that the use of two languages has for adult speakers in terms of both perception and production.
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