Carlos Romero Rivas
I got my degree in Psychology and my master's degree in Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Granada.
At present, my research focuses on the perceptual learning of foreign-accented speech. I am also interested in the effects of foreign-accented speech on semantic memory, as well as on the semantic relationships between words in the lexicon.
I have also conducted studies on the processing of a second language (world-knowledge processing, and causal inferences processing), as well as on fine-grained antipation processes involving implicit verb causality and referential ambiguity.
Most of my work has been done with electroencephalographic technics (mostly ERPs, but also time-frequency analyses), although I have also conducted studies with behavioral data.