Learning a new language protects the brain from dementia, says Prof Antonella Sorace

Press/Media: Research

Period15 Feb 2016

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Media coverage

  • TitleMultilingual youths fluent in future tense
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletChina Daily
    Date2/03/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleKeith Aitken
    Media name/outletDaily Express
    Date18/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleThink mor, Alba. You'd be barking not to...
    Media name/outletDaily Mail
    Date16/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleLearning a new language protects brain
    Media name/outletThe Times
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleLearn a language to ward off dementia
    Media name/outletThe Daily Telegraph
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleLearning a second language at any age develops the brain
    Media name/outletThe Independent
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleLearn another language to give your brain a boost
    Media name/outletDaily Mail
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleSlainte! Learning Gaelic can help delay ageing
    Media name/outleti
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleGaelic 'helps you talk more sense'
    Media name/outletMetro
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleMinority languages like Gaelic 'could help brain'
    Media name/outletThe Scotsman
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleGaelic brain boost for OAPs
    Media name/outletDaily Record
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleLearning Gaelic 'a brain booster'
    Media name/outletThe National
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleLinguists speak up for disappearing dialects
    Media name/outletThe Guardian
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleNew tongues good for brain
    Media name/outletThe Press and Journal
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleAcademic wants rare languages to be preserved
    Media name/outletEast Anglian Daily Times
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleAcademic wants rare languages to be preserved
    Media name/outletEastern Daily Press
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleSave dying Gaelic: It's smart thing to do, says academic
    Media name/outletMetro
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleA word for dying languages
    Media name/outletThe Herald
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleSpeaking Welsh is good for your health, professor claims
    Media name/outletSouth Wales Echo
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleSpeaking Welsh is good for your health, says expert
    Media name/outletWestern Mail
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleLanguage research
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletBBC World Service
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleLearning second language can delay ageing of the brain, say scientists
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletDay.az
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleRare languages 'should be preserved'
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletSpecial Broadcasting Service
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleRare languages are good for the brain and 'should be preserved'
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletBrisbane Times
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleLearning Gaelic linked to better mental performance: study
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletHealth Daily Digest
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace
  • TitleBenefits of a sharp tongue
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletThe Advertiser
    Date15/02/16
    PersonsAntonella Sorace