Brain & Language Lab

GRADUATE STUDENTS

Claire Black

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Claire is an undergraduate student at DePaul University working towards attaining a BS in Neuroscience with a minor in both Biology and Psychological Research Methods. She is currently researching hemispheric advantages involved in processing inferences and solving anagrams. After graduation, she hopes to attend medical school and continue learning about neuroscience, with the ultimate goal of application in a pediatric clinical setting. 

 

Alysa Bloodsworth

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Alysa is an undergraduate student at DePaul University working towards attaining a BS in Neuroscience and a BA in Arabic Studies. She is working on research on hemispheric advantages involved in processing inferences and solving anagrams. Her current research interests include finding which hemisphere is dominant for tasks involving reading and language processing and the implications that will have on future studies.

Hana Nabulsi

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Hana is an undergraduate student at DePaul University working towards a BS in Psychology with a minor in both business administration and biological sciences. Her current research interests include the examination of cerebral hemispheric processing involved in reading comprehension. After graduation, she hopes to attain her masters and PhD to pursue a career in clinical neuropsychology.

Samuel Yoo

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Samuel is currently an undergraduate student at DePaul University working towards a BA in Psychology with a minor in Biological Sciences. He is working on research regarding the role of the cerebral hemispheres in reading comprehension. After completing his degree, he plans on pursuing a graduate degree.

LAB AFFILIATES
Emily Mosher
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Emily was an undergraduate student from the Psychology BS program at DePaul University. She was a research assistant and lab manager in the Brain & Language Lab for several years and is currently completing a post-bacc at Boston University. She is continuing to assistant in research on the hemispheric processing of anagrams and other insight problems in the lab.

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