Judith Danovitch, Ph.D. grew up in New York speaking English, Spanish, and Hebrew.
After earning degrees from Harvard and Yale, she became a psychology professor
at Michigan State University where she teaches child development courses and
researches how children think and learn. She is also mother to a two-and-a-half year old boy who is bilingual in English and Hebrew.
I grew up in New York speaking Hebrew with my Israeli mother and at my day school, Spanish with my Argentinean father and grandparents, and English everywhere else. I enjoyed being able to talk to lots of people, but it … Continue reading →
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