To participate in this study, you must be a native English speaker. You also must have only been exposed to only one other language (to any varying degree, from a few words to fluency), and be between the ages of 18 and 25. Our goal is to understand the correlation between degree of language fluency and cognitive functions such as attention, memory, focus, task separation, etc.
The 30-minute study will be at the Hopkins School of Medicine. You'll take four paper neuropsych tests (similar to brain games), an online computer assessment, and a survey to gauge your degree of monolingualism/bilingualism.
Participants earn $10.
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