Nicole Y. Y. Wicha
Nicole Y. Y. Wicha
Professor of Biology, The University of Texas at San Antonio
Verified email at utsa.edu - Homepage
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Timed picture naming in seven languages
E Bates, S D’Amico, T Jacobsen, A Székely, E Andonova, A Devescovi, ...
Psychonomic bulletin & review 10 (2), 344-380, 2003
5512003
Anticipating words and their gender: An event-related brain potential study of semantic integration, gender expectancy, and gender agreement in Spanish sentence reading
NYY Wicha, EM Moreno, M Kutas
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 16 (7), 1272-1288, 2004
5072004
A new on-line resource for psycholinguistic studies
A Szekely, T Jacobsen, S D'Amico, A Devescovi, E Andonova, D Herron, ...
Journal of memory and language 51 (2), 247-250, 2004
5032004
Potato not Pope: human brain potentials to gender expectation and agreement in Spanish spoken sentences
NYY Wicha, EA Bates, EM Moreno, M Kutas
Neuroscience letters 346 (3), 165-168, 2003
1542003
Expecting gender: An event related brain potential study on the role of grammatical gender in comprehending a line drawing within a written sentence in Spanish
NYY Wicha, EM Moreno, M Kutas
Cortex 39 (3), 483-508, 2003
1302003
Introducing the CRL international picture-naming project (CRL-IPNP)
E Bates, E Andonova, S D’Amico, T Jacobsen, K Kohnert, CC Lu, ...
Center for Research in Language Newsletter 12 (1), 1-14, 2000
1112000
Native experience with a tone language enhances pitch discrimination and the timing of neural responses to pitch change
RJ Giuliano, PQ Pfordresher, EM Stanley, S Narayana, NYY Wicha
Frontiers in psychology 2, 146, 2011
752011
Early learning shapes the memory networks for arithmetic: evidence from brain potentials in bilinguals
E Salillas, NYY Wicha
Psychological science 23 (7), 745-755, 2012
502012
Code-switching and the brain
M Kutas, E Moreno, N Wicha
na, 2009
462009
Morphosyntax can modulate the N400 component: Event related potentials to gender-marked post-nominal adjectives
LF Guajardo, NYY Wicha
Neuroimage 91, 262-272, 2014
382014
Cognitive and electrophysiological correlates of the bilingual Stroop effect
LJ Naylor, EM Stanley, NYY Wicha
Frontiers in psychology 3, 81, 2012
352012
The fox and the cabra: An ERP analysis of reading code switched nouns and verbs in bilingual short stories
S Ng, C Gonzalez, NYY Wicha
Brain research 1557, 127-140, 2014
342014
Acute stress and event-related potential correlates of attention to alcohol images in social drinkers
NA Ceballos, RJ Giuliano, NYY Wicha, R Graham
Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs 73 (5), 761-771, 2012
302012
Why the white bear is still there: Electrophysiological evidence for ironic semantic activation during thought suppression
RJ Giuliano, NYY Wicha
Brain research 1316, 62-74, 2010
262010
Meaning first: a case for language-independent access to word meaning in the bilingual brain
S Ng, NYY Wicha
Neuropsychologia 51 (5), 850-863, 2013
242013
Arithmetic memory networks established in childhood are changed by experience in adulthood
A Martinez-Lincoln, C Cortinas, NYY Wicha
Neuroscience letters 584, 325-330, 2015
182015
The effect of grammatical gender and semantic context on lexical access in Italian using a timed word-naming paradigm
S Bentrovato, A Devescovi, S D'amico, N Wicha, E Bates
Journal of psycholinguistic research 32 (4), 417-430, 2003
182003
The role of language similarity in processing second language morphosyntax: Evidence from ERPs
H Carrasco-Ortíz, AV Herrera, D Jackson-Maldonado, GNA Ramírez, ...
International Journal of Psychophysiology 117, 91-110, 2017
172017
When zebras become painted donkeys: Grammatical gender and semantic priming interact during picture integration in a spoken Spanish sentence
NYY Wicha, A Orozco-Figueroa, I Reyes, A Hernandez, ...
Language and cognitive processes 20 (4), 553-587, 2005
142005
When zebras become painted donkeys: The interplay between gender and semantic priming in a Spanish sentence context
NY Wicha, A Bates, A Hernandez, I Reyes, LG Gavaldón de Barreto
Language and Cognitive Processes, 1997
121997
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