Wicha Lab: Brain, Language, and Cognition

 

Welcome to the Wicha Lab!

Our Mission

The Wicha lab focuses on understanding how the human brain processes language in real time using both behavioral and brain imaging techniques. In particular event-related brain potentials (ERPs), which is a non-invasive direct measure of electrical brain activity with excellent precision in the time domain are used to investigate the neural time course of language.

Overview of Our Research

The Wicha lab focuses on three primary areas:

  1. Neural time course of language comprehension
  2. Bilingualism
  3. Interface between language and other cognitive processes

 


Recent News

Researcher Nicole Wicha named Fellow in National STEM Academy
» UTSA Today

PhD student Tara Flaugher selected as recipient of a Veterans of Foreign Wars and Sports Clip Scholarship

PhD candidate Amandine Grenier quickly adapts to virtual conference life post COVID-19 shutdown
» BioBeat Newsletter