Handedness, Brain Lateralization, and Language Processing: A Psychophysical and Electrophysiological Approach. Dr. Mustapha Mouloua. University of Central Florida. In this project, researchers are investigating the psychophysiological mechanisms underlying language processing in monolingual and bilingual speakers and left-handed and right-handed individuals.
Stephanie is a student at the University of Central Florida pursuing her bachelor’s degree psychology with a minor in statistics. She has developed an interest in child psychology and clinical psychology, specifically as it relates to treating mental health within child minority populations. To pursue her interests, she aims to obtain her doctoral degree in clinical psychology in order to better the field through research, education, and evidence-based treatment. She is currently working under Dr. Mouloua, investigating the psychophysiological mechanisms underlying language processing in monolingual and bilingual speakers. Stephanie also desires to help other students as she holds a leadership position in volunteer UCF and Psi Chi International Honor Society in Psychology, which both seek the personal and educational growth of students at UCF.