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UTSA Neurosciences Institute

One UTSA Plaza San Antonio TX 78249

Hosted by CBI

2011 Neuroscience Symposium

The Bilingual Brain

Karen Emmorey PhD

is Professor of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences, and Director of the Laboratory for Language & Cognitive Neuroscience at San Diego State University.

Judith Kroll PhD

Judith Kroll PhD is Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Linguistics, and Women's Studies and Director of the Center for Language Science at Pennsylvania State University.

Lee Osterhout PhD

is Professor of Psychology and director of the Cognitive Neuroscience of Language lab at the University of Washington.

Nicole Wicha PhD

is Assistant Professor of Biology at UTSA and the Research Imaging Institute at UT Health Science Center at San Antonio.

Karen Emmorey PhD

The bimodal bilingual brain: When language is both spoken and signed

Judith Kroll PhD

Juggling two languages in one mind and brain: Evidence for inhibition of the first language

Lee Osterhout PhD

What the brain’s electrical activity can tell us about how we learn (and forget) a second language

Nicole Wicha PhD

Getting to the meaning of words: perspectives from the bilingual brain

Sponsored jointly by The UTSA Neurosciences Institute and the NINDS sponsored Specialized Neuroscience Research Program.

Featuring (in alphabetical order):

October 25, 2011


Biotechnology Sciences & Engineering (BSE)

Room 2.102

1604 (Main) Campus

UT San Antonio

**Free Parking available by arrangement. 
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