EEG resting-state and event-related potentials as a marker of learning success in older adults following second language training: new paper out by Martin Meyer in Brain Plasticity

A recently published paper by an UZH group including department member Martin Meyer entitled "EEG resting-state and event-related potentials as a marker of learning success in older adults following second language training" is now out in Brain Plasticity. The authors demonstrate that all older participants who partook in a second language learning class improved their L2 skills but differed noticeably in their individual development.

Kliesch, M., Giroud, N. & Meyer, M. (2021). EEG resting-state and event-related potentials as markers of learning success in older adults following second language training: a pilot study. Brain Plasticity 7:143-121, doi: 10.3233/BPL-200117.

 https://content.iospress.com/articles/brain-plasticity/bpl200117