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Kinsey Bice

Kinsey Bice

Washington Research Foundation Innovation Postdoctoral Fellow

in Neuroengineering; Department of Psychology & Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences

University of Washington


  1. PhD in Cognitive Psychology with dual-title in Language Sciences
  2. B.A. in Psychology and Spanish, University of Wisconsin-Madison


I'm interested in understanding how individuals differ when using language and learning new languages, and how this individual variation is related to second language proficiency and learning outcomes. I use event-related potentials (ERPs) to detect these differences and track the trajectory of learning over time to better understand the dynamics of the learning process within and across people. I also study how different forms of bilingualism affect the dynamics of language processing and learning.