This week our source is Viridiana Benitez. She can provide insight on the cognitive development of children and bilingualism.
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It’s great to see each other again! This week our source is Viridiana Benitez. She can provide insight on the cognitive development of children and bilingualism. 

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Viridiana Benitez is an assistant professor of psychology at Arizona State University. With expertise in language and cognitive development, she focuses on how bilingualism impacts word learning in infants, children and adults. 
 
At Arizona State, Benitez runs the Learning & Development Lab, a developmental psychology research group that studies children ages 7 and under. This lab is part of the Early Childhood Cognition Research Group, a developmental psychology lab examining how infants and children understand their environment.

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She’s an expert on the ongoing humanitarian crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women and an advocate for combining traditional cultural values and governance strategies to shape policy that will improve the everyday lives of Indigenous people.
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