Nicole Y. Y. Wicha, PhD

2005- Biology University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX, United States 
Language, Electrophysiology, Bilingualism
"Nicole Wicha"
Mean distance: 14.15 (cluster 15)
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Marta Kutas grad student 2002 UCSD
 (Grammatical gender in real -time language comprehension in Spanish: Behavioral and electrophysiological investigations.)
Elizabeth A. Bates grad student 1995-2002 UCSD
 (Grammatical gender in real -time language comprehension in Spanish: Behavioral and electrophysiological investigations.)
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Ng S, Wicha NY. (2014) Processing gap-filler dependencies in Chinese: What does it tell us about semantic processing? Journal of Memory and Language. 74: 16-35
Ng S, Gonzalez C, Wicha NY. (2014) The fox and the cabra: an ERP analysis of reading code switched nouns and verbs in bilingual short stories. Brain Research. 1557: 127-40
Ng S, Wicha NY. (2013) Meaning first: a case for language-independent access to word meaning in the bilingual brain. Neuropsychologia. 51: 850-63
Ceballos NA, Giuliano RJ, Wicha NY, et al. (2012) Acute stress and event-related potential correlates of attention to alcohol images in social drinkers. Journal of Studies On Alcohol and Drugs. 73: 761-71
Salillas E, Wicha NY. (2012) Early learning shapes the memory networks for arithmetic: evidence from brain potentials in bilinguals. Psychological Science. 23: 745-55
Naylor LJ, Stanley EM, Wicha NY. (2012) Cognitive and electrophysiological correlates of the bilingual stroop effect. Frontiers in Psychology. 3: 81
Giuliano RJ, Pfordresher PQ, Stanley EM, et al. (2011) Native experience with a tone language enhances pitch discrimination and the timing of neural responses to pitch change. Frontiers in Psychology. 2: 146
Rivera SM, Bates EA, Orozco-Figueroa A, et al. (2010) Spoken verb processing in Spanish: An analysis using a new online resource. Applied Psycholinguistics. 31: 29-57
Giuliano RJ, Wicha NY. (2010) Why the white bear is still there: electrophysiological evidence for ironic semantic activation during thought suppression. Brain Research. 1316: 62-74
Wicha NY, Orozco-Figueroa A, Reyes I, et al. (2005) When zebras become painted donkeys: Grammatical gender and semantic priming interact during picture integration in a spoken Spanish sentence. Language and Cognitive Processes. 20: 553-587
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