Nicole Y. Y. Wicha, PhD

2005- Biology The University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX, United States 
Language, Electrophysiology, Bilingualism
"Nicole Wicha"
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Marta Kutas grad student 2002 UCSD (Neurotree)
 (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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Mohamed Ahmed grad student UT San Antonio (Neurotree)
Vanessa Cerda grad student UT San Antonio (Neurotree)
Stacy Po-Ting Chen grad student UT Austin (Neurotree)
Ryan Giuliano grad student University of Manitoba (Neurotree)
Amandine Grenier grad student UT San Antonio (Neurotree)
Matthew Wood grad student UT San Antonio (Neurotree)
Angelique M. Blackburn grad student 2013 Texas A&M International University (Neurotree)
Danielle Dickson post-doc Penn State (Neurotree)
Shukhan Ng post-doc UIUC
Amanda Martinez-Lincoln research scientist 2009-2015 UT San Antonio (Neurotree)
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Grenier AE, Dickson DS, Sparks CS, et al. (2020) Meaning to multiply: Electrophysiological evidence that children and adults treat multiplication facts differently. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 46: 100873
Huang BH, Bedore LM, Niu L, et al. (2020) The contributions of oral language to English reading outcomes among young bilingual students in the United States International Journal of Bilingualism. 136700692093813
Dickson DS, Wicha NYY. (2019) P300 amplitude and latency reflect arithmetic skill: an ERP study of the problem size effect. Biological Psychology. 107745
Cerda VR, Grenier AE, Wicha NYY. (2019) Bilingual children access multiplication facts from semantic memory equivalently across languages: Evidence from the N400. Brain and Language. 198: 104679
Dickson DS, Cerda VR, Beavers RN, et al. (2018) When 2 × 4 is meaningful: the N400 and P300 reveal operand format effects in multiplication verification. Psychophysiology. e13212
Carrasco-Ortíz H, Herrera AV, Jackson-Maldonado D, et al. (2017) The role of language similarity in processing second language morphosyntax: Evidence from ERPs. International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology
Martinez-Lincoln A, Cortinas C, Wicha NY. (2015) Arithmetic memory networks established in childhood are changed by experience in adulthood. Neuroscience Letters. 584: 325-30
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
Guajardo LF, Wicha NY. (2014) Morphosyntax can modulate the N400 component: event related potentials to gender-marked post-nominal adjectives. Neuroimage. 91: 262-72
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