Previous research shows that cognitive advantages found in bilingual
children, such as the ability to inhibit irrelevant cues and generalize
object labels, help them learn words (Brito & Barr, 2014; Morales et al.,
2013). Other research with monolingual children found that spaced
presentation of object exemplars helped word learning (Vlach et al., 2012).
Research has also shown that monolingual ch...