Pablo Bernabeu

PhD student and graduate teaching assistant in Psychology at Lancaster University (Psychology and Cognitive Sciences not elsewhere classified)

United Kingdom After doing a research master's in Psycholinguistics, I'm now a PhD student and graduate teaching assistant in Cognitive Psychology. I'm investigating how conceptual processing is supported by linguistic and sensorimotor brain systems. I use methods such as behavioural and electroencephalographic experiments, corpus analysis, statistics, and programming. Research Interests Cognitive psychology and neuroscience Psycholinguistics Semantic / conceptual processing Statistics Open science Programming Thesis Outline The linguistic and sensorimotor bases of semantic processing: An investigation into the role of individual differences How do we understand the meaning of words? My PhD focuses on conceptual processing, and how individual differences affect how people understand the meaning of words. Conceptual processing has been found to draw on two cognitive systems.



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